Bertram Klamp was born in the cozy town of Darmstadt/Germany.

After studies of economics at the university of Mannheim he moved to Milan to work as a fashion model and to study languages and singing. He first joined the “Scuola civica di musica di Cremona” and continued then privately with Roberto Bellotti, Ernesto Panariello and Vincenzo Alaimo.

He participated as a freelancer in the chorus of the Teatro alla Scala di Milano and made his soloist debut at the Scala in 2010, singing the role of “Ein Diener” in the opera Lulu by Alban Berg, directed by Daniele Gatti.

He performs in operas by Donizetti, Bellini, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Saint Saens, Gounod etc. , in oratories by Bach, Haendel and Brahms and in the Lied-Repertoire of Schubert, Beethoven, Schumann, and the major Russian, Italian and French composers.

As an actor he participated in films like “L’ispettore Coliandro”, “Painkiller Jane”, “Beatles” and most recently in the episode of “Documentary Now” – “Waiting for the artist” with Cate Blanchett starring as the main character.

Bertram is based in Budapest, Nice and Milan.