Born into a Slovene family in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The vocal representations of his family (Fink Quartet) moved him to form part of choirs at an early age. He received his vocal instruction from Ivan Ivanov nad Victor Srugo. Due to the initiative of Festivales Musicales de Buenos Aires of inviting european prestigious maestros, he participated in courses given by Philippe Huttenlocker, Wolfgang Schöne, Aldo Baldin, and in London with Heather Harper and Robert Sutherland (Shell Co. Argentina scholarship - 1988). He acquired valuable musical experience in Argentina in the National Polifonic Choir, Slovene vocal group Karantania, Musicamara, Camerata Monteverdi and Camerata Vocale.

Within the concerts given by the Bach Academy of Buenos Aires, Marcos Fink had his first opportunity of singing solo parts in works of greater demand. He was a member of the Carlos Vilo group, dedicated, in its first years, to the vocal compositions of Carlos Guastavino.

In 1990, invited by the Salzburger Landestheater, Marcos Fink moved to Europe to participate in the year dedicated to the bicentennial of Mozart's death. He formed part of the soloists ensemble of this house and made his opera debut. He performed the roles of Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro), Leporello (Don Giovanni), Don Alfonso (Cosi fan tutte), the Orator (The magic flute) and Colas (Basien and Bastienne) among others. He was invited by the opera houses in Basel, Frankfurt, Bordeaux, Catania, Triest, San Sebastian, Opera Comique in Paris to participate in opera productions by Rossini, Mozart, Nicolai, R. Strauss, Mussorgsky, Donizetti ...

Marcos Fink is regularly invited to sing as soloist in oratorios and has performed in concert halls in Buenos Aires, Paris, Vienna, Madrid, Barcelona, Geneve, Prag, Bratislava, Ljubljana, Strasbourg, Lisbon, Milano, Zagreb, Tokyo ...

In Ljubljana, he regularly participates in the production and recording of oratorios of Slovenian and other nationality authors for the Slovenian Philharmony, Slovenian RTV Symphonic Orchestra and vocal concerts given by the Slovenian Chamber Choir. With this choir Marcos Fink participates in the recording of the project Musica sacra slovenica.

(From Marcos Fink's prospectus)




ERATO, CD 2292-45497-2
Händel/Mozart: Messiah
Ensemble Vocal et Instrumental de Lausanne
Soloists: Audrey Michel (soprano), Magali Dami (Angel), Jard van Nes (alt), Hans Peter Blochwitz (tenor), Marcos Fink (bass)
Conductor: Michel Corboz

ARIA Fnac Music, CD 592309 WM 334
J. Haydn: Missa Sanctae Caeciliae
Orchestre et Choeur de la Fondation Gulbenkian
Soloists: Brigitte Fournier (soprano), Bernarda Fink (alt), Charles Daniels (tenor), Marcos Fink (bass)
Conductor: Michel Corboz

ARIA Fnac Music, CD 592273 WM 334
G. Puccini: Messa di Gloria, F. Poulenc: Gloria
Soloists: Brigitte Fornier (soprano), Reinaldo Macias (tenor), Marcos Fink (bass)
Conductor: Michel Corboz

image G. Donizetti: L’elisir d’amore
(Opera house in Frankfurt)
Marcos Fink (Dulcamara) and Ilya Levinsky (Nemorino)

W. A. Mozart: Coronation Mass
Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra and Collegium Vocale Salzburg
Soloists: Nobuko Nagashima (soprano), Katharine Goeldner (alt), Kurt Azesberger (tenor) , Marcos Fink (bass)
Conductor: Leopold Hager

CASCAVELLE (Geneve), VEL 1059
Flores Argentinas, Canciones de Carlos Guastavino
Marcos Fink, baritone - Luis Ascot, piano

G. Rossini: Il Turco in Italia (Opera house in Trieste)
Sumi Jo (Fiorilla) and Marcos Fink (Don Geronio)

RTV Slovenia - Records & Tapes
Franz Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin (D 795 - 1823)
Marcos Fink, bassbaritone - Natasa Valant, piano

RTV Slovenia - Records & Tapes
Franz Schubert: Die Winterreise, op. 89 (D 911 - 1827)
Marcos Fink, bassbaritone - Natasa Valant, piano

RTV Slovenia - Records & Tapes
Franz Schubert: Schwanengesang, op.posth (D 957 - 1828)
Marcos Fink, bassbaritone - Natasa Valant, piano