The baritone Tibor Brouwer was born in Stuttgart. He studied with Prof. Dunja Vejzovic (University of Music Stuttgart) and Prof. Donald Litaker (University of Music Karlsruhe) and completed his education in the master classes of Hilde Zadek, Udo Reinemann, Anne Le Bozec, Renata Parussel and Malcolm Walker, as well as in the Lied class of Hartmut Höll and Mitsuko Shirai. He received a scholarship of the Hilde-Zadek-Foundation. Tibor Brouwer has already sung leading roles such as Tomsky (Pique Dame), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), Herr Fluth (Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor), Silvio (Pagliacci) and Alfio (Cavalleria rusticana). The young baritone has sung Mozart’s Don Giovanni in more than 90 performances in various productions. Guest performances and engagements led him in numerous opera and concert houses like Theater Pforzheim, Theater für Niedersachsen, Gasteig Munich, Stadttheater Ingolstadt, Konzerthaus Karlsruhe, Liederhalle Stuttgart, Baden State Opera Karlsruhe, Nationaltheater Mannheim, Markgräfliches Opernhaus Bayreuth, State Opera Stuttgart, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and Salzburg Festival. Tibor Brouwer sang under the baton of Jaques Delacôte, Justin Brown, Alicja Mounk, Alexander Soddy, Lutz Rademacher, Richard van Schoor, Werner Seitzer, Holger Speck, Jari Hämäläinen, Jörg Halubek or Pavel Baleff and has worked with stage directors such as Sebastian Nübling, Knut Weber, Georg Köhl, Marcus Everding, Bruno Klimek, Georg Blüml, Robert Tannenbaum, Achim Thorwald and Dominique Mentha. He has performed with ensembles and orchestras like the Ensemble Baroque L’Orfeo Bordeaux, Il Gusto Barocco Stuttgart, Les Favorites Rastatt, Residenzorchester Baden-Württemberg, Thüringer Philharmonie, Baden-Baden Philharmonie and Badische Staatskapelle.
Tibor Brouwer is also known as a singer of romantic Lied, therefore he was invited to sing a recital of Mahler’s „Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen“ with the accompanist Matthias Alteheld at the Baden State Theater Karlsruhe and the Palace of Rastatt. There he sang recitals with works of Wolf, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Duparc, Ibert and Ravel.