Tenor Immo Schröder began his musical training studying viola, piano, voice, and composition. At the Music Conservatory in Detmold he first studied Music Pedagogy and then Voice.
After graduating, he continued his studies at the Amsterdam Conservatory and took masterclasses with Thomas Quasthoff, Peter Schreier, and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
Immo Schröder has performed the Oratorios of J. S. Bach in numerous festivals in Europe, the US, and Israel, working with Cantus Cölln (Konrad Junghänel) the Netherland Bach Society (Jos van Veldhoven), the Rheinische Kantorei (Hermann Max), the Harp Consort (Andrew Laurence-King), the Ensemble Weser-Renaissance (Manfred Cordes), the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra (Leon Botstein), and the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra.
Schröder also performed contemporary compositions with the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart and the Klangforum Heidelberg. He was invited to the Stockholm New Music Festival and the Biennale in Venice. In 2009 he sang the leading role in "Fatum" by Theo Loevendie with the Netherland Wind Ensemble.
Recordings include "Sacred Cantatas" by D. Buxtehude (Solal), "Kapitänsmusik 1744 and 1738" by G.Ph.Telemann (cpo), „Der Messias“ by Andreas Romberg (cpo).