Born in Meissen on the 29th of July 1935, Schreier was the first great tenor of East Germany making his debut at Dresden in 1959 in Beethoven's Fidelio. At the Festival of Bayreuth she made her debut in 1966 in the repertoire of Richard Wagner in Tristan und Isolde, directed by Karl Böhm ; in 1967 he made his first appearance at the Opera in Vienna in Mozart's magic Flute, reciting as Tamino, a role he resumed in the same year at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. At la Scala, Milan, in 1968, he was Idamante in the first of Idomeneo, king of Crete, by Mozart, directed by Wolfgang Sawallisch , with Margherita Rinaldi , Leyla Gencer and Nicola Zaccaria .
From the 1969 Schreier became a constant presence at the Salzburg festival, taking recitals and acting in the major operas. In 1972 at the Scale, she sang the Mozart Requiem, directed by Daniel Barenboim with Margherita Rinaldi, Franca Mattiucci and Walter Berry, and in 1976, he donned the role of Ferrando in the first of così fan tutte directed by karl Böhm, with Margaret Price, Agnes Baltsa, Prey and Rolando Panerai. Still on the Scale, in 1979, he sang Die schöne Müllerin.
At the Edinburgh International Festival in 1981, is the Evangelist in the st. Matthew Passion directed by Claudio Abbado with Margaret Price and Jessye Norman. In 1984 he was awarded the Order of merit for the fatherland from the Ddr (East Germany), in 1988 he won the Léonie Sonning music prize and the Ernst von Siemens.
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