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Steve Davislim was born on 1967 in Malaysia, is a Malaysian-born Australian operatic tenor.

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Concerto for violin N° 1, Symphony N° 3 “Chant de la nuit”, Christian Tetzlaff, violin, Vienna Philarmonic Orchestra, Singverein Chorus, Steve Davislim, ténor, conducted by Pierre Boulez. CD Deutsch Grammophon 2009 & 2010. Diapason d’or of the year 2011


In 2007 he sang the lead role in the world premiere of Teneke, an opera set in 20th-century Turkey, written by the Italian composer Fabio Vacchi.

In 2007 he participated, along with an all-Australian cast, in the world premiere recordings of two works by Camille Saint-Saëns: the opera Hélène (written for Davislim’s Australian operatic forebear Nellie Melba), and the cantata Nuit persane, both with Orchestra Victoria conducted by Guillaume Tourniaire.


He has also appeared at the Salzburg Festival, the Hamburg Opera, the Berlin Staatsoper, and the Mozart Festival Schönbrunn, Vienna. He made his debut at the Chicago Lyric Opera in 2005. He attracted much positive attention in December 2005 with his performance in the title role of Mozart’s Idomeneo at the season opening of La Scala in Milan.


He is a frequent concert singer, appearing with the Chicago Symphony, the BBC Symphony, the San Francisco Symphony, the Royal Danish Orchestra, and the Cleveland Orchestra. His appearances at the BBC Proms include Schumann’s Scenes from Goethe’s Faust (1999), Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 2 ‘Lobgesang’ (2009), and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 ‘Choral’ (2014; under Alan Gilbert (deputising for an indisposed Riccardo Chailly). He has also made numerous live and broadcast appearances with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.


Davislim became a member of the Zurich Opera in 1994. His roles there included Count Almaviva in Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, Achilles in Offenbach’s La belle Hélène, Tamino in Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Ferrando in Così fan tutte, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Camille in Lehár’s The Merry Widow, and Gonsalvo in Ravel’s L’heure espagnole.


Davislim worked as a horn player in brass groups and orchestras for eight years while studying for his Bachelor of Music at the Victorian College of the Arts. While there, he commenced vocal studies under Dame Joan Hammond, and graduated with honours. He sang with the Victoria State Opera for three years. At the 1988 Melbourne Spoleto Fringe Festival, he made his debut with the Treason of Images theatre company as Jove and Sylvia in La Calisto by Francesco Cavalli.


Steve Davislim (born 1967) is a Malaysian-born Australian operatic tenor. He is of Chinese and Irish ancestry and is based in Vienna, Austria.

He was born Steven Lim in George Town, Penang, Malaysia, in 1967. His father David Lim is of Chinese ancestry, his parents having settled in Penang from China before World War II. David Lim met his Irish wife Joyce Davis, a nurse, while studying at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin in the 1950s and 60s. They returned to Penang after marrying. Soon after Steve’s birth, the family moved to Australia, firstly to Tasmania, then to Melbourne. It was there that the young Steve Lim joined both his parents’ names to create the name Davislim.