Linz born Vinzenz Praxmarwer completed his studies as a conductor at the conservatory of the private university of Vienna. In addition he received his piano Audit of Arts with top honors.
After his successful diploma in 2007 he became assistant conductor of Kirill Petrenko, Bertrand de Billy, Marc Albrecht, Lothar Koenigs ,and recently of Yannick Nézet-Séguin. He also was assistant conductor and leading coach at the „Theater an der Wien“ (Ariadne auf Naxos, Der Freischütz, Intermezzo, Prinz von Homburg), at the Salzburg Festival (Lulu, Cosi fan tutte), as well as at the Opéra National de Lyon (Il Trittico, Eine florentinische Tragödie u. a.) and at the Nederlandse Opera Amsterdam (Don Carlo).
The young Austrian made his opera debut in 2006 at the Lehár Festival Bad Ischl conducting the comic opera „Fatinitza“ by Franz von Suppé. Giuditta, Zarewitsch, „Das Land des Lächelns“, Wiener Blut, Frasquita, „Der fidele Bauer“ and „Im weißen Rössl“ followed. In 2011 Paganini was the next Lehár operetta. A gala concert with Angelika Kirchschlager was a great success.
Fatinitza, Frasquita and „Der fidele Bauer“ were released as first recordings with CPO.
In 2011 he became artistic director of the „operaklosterneuburg“ where he conducted Mozarts „Le nozze di Figaro“ . Further debuts led him to the Vienna Volksoper and to the Landestheater Bregenz( The magic flute).