The young Soprano Amélie Hois was born in Austria (Vienna), where she started her first experiences with classical music, singing in the children choir of the Wiener Staatsoper. There she performed many Soloist roles as a young child such as the Pastore in Puccinis “Tosca”.
She studied at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg with Michele Crider and graduated in June 2018 with summa cum laude. Her first role ever was in 2011 as Rowan in “The little Sweep” by Benjamin Britten as a children opera in the “Kinderzelt” of the Wiener Staatsoper. In 2013 she made her operatic debut there as Bastienne in “Bastien und Bastienne” from Mozart.
In 2014, at the age of only 19, she performed the role of Gretel in Humperdincks “Hänsel und Gretel” at the Miami Summer Music Festival in the USA. In 2016 she moved to Italy to study at the Conservatorio di Giuseppe Verdi di Milano, where she sang the role of Zerlina in Mozarts “Don Giovanni” and Susanna in
“Le nozze di Figaro”.In March 2019 and January 2020, she performed as Nannetta in Verdi´s “Falstaff” at the Opera House of Kosice in Slovakia.In 2019 she gave her debut as Pamina in Mozart´s “Die Zauberflöte” at the theatre MuTh in Vienna, Konzertsaal der Wiener Sängerknaben.In the same year she performed as Zerlina in “Don Giovanni” with the Open-Air Festival Passion Artists.
In May 2019 she also made her important Debut as a Soloist in the Wiener Musikverein with Vera Karner and Dominik Wagner.
She was in the Final of many important competitions such as Concorso Aslico di Como and won the Nico Dostal Prize of the International Nico Dostal Operetta Competition in 2018.
In March 2021 she will sing the Final of the Competition “ZukunftsStimmen” with Elina Garanca and Karel Mark Chichon.
Her current engagements in 2021 include Pamina in “Die Zauberflöte” in an Open- Air Festival called “Mozart at Angkor” in Cambodia in Asia with Stefano Vizioli as stage director, Aaron Carpene as conductor, Paolo Fanale as Tamino and Giorgio Caoduro as Papageno. There she will also perform a concert for the King of Cambodia. This Festival was awarded to be one of the best and most important Opera Festivals by the BBC News.