Born in Dresden, Falk Hoffmann was a member of the Dresden Kreuzchor, where he gained his first experiences as a soloist. At the conclusion of his time with the Kreuzchor he was in 1997 awarded the Rudolf Mauersberger Scholarship.
He studied singing with Armin Ude and Margret Trappe-Weil at the University of Music of his home town and went on to undertake a two-year post-graduate course, as well as master-classes and post-graduate studies in Lieder and concert performance with Olaf Bär. Various master-classes, including with Peter Schreier, completed his training.
From 2003 to 2010 Falk Hoffmann was a member of the Landesbühnen Sachsen in Radebeul where he sang many major parts while also taking on guest appearances at various other German opera houses. Since 2010 he has been a member of the MDR LEIPZIG RADIO CHOIR, where he continues to be entrusted with solo parts.
As a concert performer his commitments regularly take him to concert venues all over Germany, including Düsseldorf, Munich, Hamburg and Berlin. He is a frequent guest with the Leipziger Synagogalchor, the Dresdner Singakademie, the St. Thomas Boys’ Choir, Leipzig, and the Dresden Kreuzchor. Various recordings bear witness to his artistic output.
Vespers by Sergei Rachmaninoff
MDR Rundfunkchor - Risto Joost, Conductor - Klaudia Zeiner, Contralto - Falk Hoffmann, Tenor