Serge Bosch was born on 18/10/1971 in Eupen (Belgium) and began to study music when he was 7 years old at the Music Academy in La Calamine (Belgium).
In 1996, at the age of 25, he continues his training as a singer with Prof. Walter Meessen. Without respite, he continually tried to upgrade his skills.
In 1998, he joined the musical group LYTHEA with which he gave many concerts in Belgium and abroad.
As a soloist, he participated in a CD recording. Then he performed the operetta ‘Le Petit Duc’ (The little Duke) by Charles Lecocq.
Serge Bosch made himself known through the many popular concerts he performed in his area. He is able to master the modern as well as the great classical repertoire.
In 2005, he competed as a finalist for the ‘Concours de Chant Lyrique’ in Ans (B).
In 2006, he was called by the Theater Aachen (in Germany) to participate in Verdi’s Othello/La Périchole by J. Offenbach, Puccini’s La Bohème, Peter Grimes by B. Britten, Lohengrin by R. Wagner and in The Tales of Hoffmann (Les Contes d’Hoffmann) by J. Offenbach.
In 2007, he performed the leading role of the Duke in ‘A Night in Venice’ by J. Strauss, also in Theater Aachen.
In 2008, he appeared for the very first time in André Rieu’s musical show.
In 2010 he organized his first concerts with great success.
At the present time, he has become part of the Platin Tenors and performs as soloist singer in André Rieu’s show.