The baritone Gereon Grundmann studied singing at the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Dusseldorf under Prof. Ludwig Grabmeier. He received his first musical training at the Essen Domsinknaben as a member for more than a decade. Since the beginning of his studies, he participated in numerous productions with the Robert Schumann Hochschule, such as The Magic Flute (Speaker), Gianni Schicchi (Betto di Signa), Rita (Gasparo), Le Comte Ory (governor) and Street Scene (Frank Maurrant). In November 2012 ,Gereon Grundmann was heard with the choir of the Salzburg Cultural Association and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Tonhalle Dusseldorf with the Requiem of Mozart both in Salzburg and in the Tonhalle Dusseldorf as a soloist. He had his role debut with Am Opernhaus Krefeld/Mönchengladbach in May 2013 as "Dr. Caius" in The Merry Wives of Windsor, returning to the role again for the 2013/2014 season. He graduated with a Bachelor of Music in June last year with the main subject grade 1.0. In November 2014, he was heard the role of "Charlie Sharp" in the concert premiere of The amputation of Charlie Sharp (Hakenberg) at the festival "NOW" in the Zollverein. Most recently, he was involved as a soloist at a university production of John Passion in February.