Her mother tongue is Dutch, her father tongue is Hungarian, her center of life is London, which is why she speaks perfect English, while studying in Copenhagen a little Danish was added, a little French ("I've forgotten so much!"), she also speaks a little Italian and Spanish and in her concert in the Brahms-Saal of the Musikverein she confidently presented her German: Nora Fischer is clearly a linguist, especially in the language "understood by the whole world" according to Joseph Haydn and Nora Fischer masters them in a very specific, impressive way.
On the day after her concert in the Brahms-Saal (12th March 2018), she was also able to visit the BG & BRG 3 Boerhaavegasse. Nora sang excerpts from her broad repertoire of baroque music to the modern age, where, as she explained, the program was rather classical for the concert series of ECHO, otherwise she likes to work with pop and electronic musicians. Questions from the youngsters were answered willingly, also by the accompanying pianist Daniel Kool. Incidentally, Nora has a very special approach to "practicing" - but now only the students of Boerhaavegasse know that ...
Back from school, Nora then climbed onto the roof of the Musikverein building with our photographer to answer non-verbal questions for the Facebook series "Interview from the roof of the music" - another "language" that Nora masters perfectly.
Even the title of the article about Nora Fischer in our monthly magazine is characteristic: "Keine Kompromisse / No compromises" (German only)