Laszlo Maleczkycompleted his classical singing training at the Conservatory in Vienna as well as at the Vienna University of Music and with well-known singing teachers.


In order to perfect his vocal technique, he attended various master classes, courses and workshops.


He sang performances, concerts and tours all over Europe and his engagements brought him even to China. After a few years as a guest soloist at the Vienna Volksoper, he became a member of the ensemble and solo singer there.


He worked with such well-known directors as Thomas Langhoff, Robert Herzl, Francesca Zambello und Bernd Palma und Dirigenten wie Sebastian Weigle, Gustav Kuhn, Rudolf Bibl, Alfred Eschwé, Stefan Lano.


After successful years at the Vienna Volksoper, he decided to work as a freelance opera and concert singer again. His engagements have taken him to the lake stage of the Bregenz Festival, to the Ronacher in Vienna, to the Musical Comedy Leipzig, the Tyrolean Festival Erl and to numerous theaters and festivals all over Europe.


With demanding tenor parts like “Tamino” in DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE by W.A. Mozart, the “Duke of Mantua” in RIGOLETTO, began his operatic career. As the voice matured, demanding roles such as “Don José” in CARMEN by Bizet or the “Prinz” in RUSALKA by Antonin Ddvořák were added.

But also in tenor leading roles in operettas such as; COUNTESS MARIZA and DIE CSARDASFÜRSTIN and the title role in DER ZIGEUNERBARON by Johann Strauss and many others, he has proven his versatility. The comedic tenor “Alfred” in DIE FLEDERMAUS by Johann Strauss is also one of his star roles (see also classical repertoire).


In the last few years his voice has developed more and more into the so-called “youthful heroic tenor” and new, beautiful challenges await him. In 2018 he sang his first role in his first Wagner opera. Under the conductors Gustav Kuhn and Michael Güttler he could be heard in the role of the 1st Knight of the Grail in PARSIFAL at the renowned Erl Festival in Austria.


In addition to his vocal training, he also has a solid acting education.


He has an opera tenor voice – technical term: lyrical spinto tenor or also: youthful heroic tenor.

The voice is darkly colored in the lower registers and has brilliant highs.

The vocal sound can be very soft and light to strong, metallic.

Voice range with classic sound: over 2 octaves / A-d ’’.

His voice is also characterized by a pronounced singer formant at approx. 2800 Hz. This amplification of the vocal frequency makes opera voices extremely sustaining and very audible even with a loud orchestra.