Dutch tenor Mitch Raemaekers (1992) made his debut at Nationale Opera & Ballet (NL) in 2015 as ‘Le Fils’ in Les Mamelles de Tirésias (Poulenc). Recent projects include Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream with Opera Zuid (NL). He will perform alongside Sir Thomas Allen in Mozart’s Der Schauspieldirektor as ‘Monsieur Vogelsang’ in 2023, also with Opera Zuid. Highlights of his concertrepertoire are the Johannes Passion (J.S.Bach), Messiah (Händel), Petite messe solenelle (Rossini) and Carmina Burana (Orff). He possesses an agile and dark-timbred, yet clearly projected tenor voice.



Mitch has participated in numerous masterclasses, hosted by institutes such as the Britten-Pears-Young-Artist-Programme or BPYAP (UK), International vocal competition IVC (NL) and the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel (BE). Tutors of these classes include Sir Thomas Allen, Elly Ameling, José van Dam, Rosemary Joshua, Ann Murray, Roger Vignoles and Andrew Watts among others. His involvement with BPYAP resulted in a concertseries at the Red House (Benjamin Brittens former residence). 



Mitch studied classical singing at the Conservatory of Maastricht (NL). He then earned his masters in musicology at KU Leuven (BE) cum laude, writing a thesis on Riccardo Zandonai's opera Francesca da Rimini. Vocally, Mitch has been coached by Manuela Ochakovski since 2017.