Rosina Fabius was born into a musical family and has been surrounded by music from early life. She studied voice in Utrecht and Vienna and was invited for masterclasses on the German Lied repertoire at the Franz Schubert Institut in Austria. After finishing her formal studies, Rosina made her debut at the Opera Forward Festival in Amsterdam performing as 2nd Euretto in La morte d’Orfeo by Stefano Landi with Les Talens Lyriques led by Christophe Rousset. In September 2018 she was awarded the Oratorio Prize at the International Vocal Competition ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
As a concert singer Rosina frequently performs with Ribatutta Musica, the London Octave and at the Concertgebouw. These performances include Mahler’s 2nd Symphony with the USConcert conducted by Bas Pollard and arias from the St. Matthew Passion with Iván Fisher and The Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century. Living in a country with a big tradition of historically informed performance, Rosina regularly performs works by Bach in the Netherlands and abroad. She took part in the first and subsequent International Bach Festival in Gran Canaria where the St. Matthew Passion was enacted and broadcast.
Chamber music and Lieder have always been of special interest to Rosina. With the ARTO Ensemble Rosina has performed several world premières in an ongoing concert series focussed on chamber music. She collaborated with baritone Robert Holl in several ensemble recitals at the Zeist International Lied Festival and performed at the Delft Chamber Music Festival.
Future engagements include a choreographed production of Stabat Mater by Pergolesi in the IJ-salon series in Amsterdam, and the European premiere of Jubilate Deo and Requiem by American contemporian Dan Forrest in the Concertgebouw.