Norwegian tenor Henrik Enger Holm is currently studying at Dutch National Opera Academy (Amsterdam, NL), under the tutelage of Professor Hanneke de Wit. He holds a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Arts from Royal Academy of Music (London, UK).

Henrik’s repertoire ranges from opera to oratorio and songs by composers such as Bach, Handel, Mozart, Schubert, Donizetti and Fauré. He holds particularly dear the music of Scandinavian composers, such as Grieg, Alfvén, Backer-Grøndahl and Peterson-Berger.

Recent appearances include Telemaco/Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria (Monteverdi) and Singer #5/Transformations (Susa) with Dutch National Opera Academy and Residentie Orkest, Liebesliederwalzer (Brahms) at the Concertgebouw, Nicolò/Querini (Sommerro) on tour in Norway and Italy with Arctic Philharmonic, Grover/The Wild Beast of the Bungalow and Eddie/Three Amputators (Peters & Vavrek) with Arctic Philharmonic at the Oslo and Arctic Chamber Music Festivals, soloist with The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra at Opera Forward Festival at Dutch National Opera, soloist in Himmelfahrtsoratorium and Schwingt freudig euch empor (Bach) with Bach Collegium ‘s-Hertogenbosch, soloist in Harmoniemesse (Haydn) at the Sherborne Abbey Festival, Peter Simple/Sir John in Love (Vaughan Williams) with British Youth Opera at Opera Holland Park, Gherardo/Gianni Schicchi (Puccini) with The Athenaeum Opera, as well as recitals throughout Norway, the UK and the Netherlands.

During his time at the Royal Academy of Music he performed as Secrecy, Autumn and Phoebus/The Fairy Queen (Purcell) with Academy Baroque Soloists under Laurence Cummings, in excerpts of Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni), Idamante (Idomeneo), Ferrando (Così fan tutte), Lurcanio (Ariodante), Tonio (La fille du regiment), Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore) and as chorister in Iolanta (Tchaikovsky), L’enfant et les sortilèges (Ravel) and Chérubin (Massenet).

He was Highly Commended in Joan Chissell/Rex Stephens Schumann Lieder Prize (2022), received Second Prize in DNB Nasjonal Solistkonkuranse (2018) and competed in the Kathleen Ferrier Society Bursary for Young Singers (2018).

Henrik started singing as a treble voice in the Norwegian National Opera Children’s Chorus and the Norwegian Broadcasting’s Boys’ Choir. Early training includes the Young Talent Program at the Barratt Due Institute of Music (Oslo, NO) and the Accademia Europea di Firenze (Florence, IT).

Future performances with Dutch National Opera Academy include Bastien/Bastien und Bastienne (Mozart) at the Amstelveld Festival, Fileno/La fedeltà premiata (Haydn) with Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, Edoardo Milfort/La cambiale di matrimonio (Rossini) at the Bredeweg Festival, as well as soloist in staged performances of Liebesliederwalzer and Neue Liebeslieder (Brahms) with pianists Daan Boertien and Alexandra Kaptein throughout the Netherlands.