Frank Berger was born in Purmo in Finland. He studied classical singing at Turku University of Applied Sciences, and later vocal coaching at Novia University of Applied Sciences. His first professional experience on the opera stage was as a member of the choir at the Savonlinna Opera Festival in 2008.

After that he has participated in more than twenty productions both on the opera and on the musical theatre stages in Finland. He has sung Maximilian in Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, Melisso in G. F. Handels Alcina and Alcindoro in Puccini’s La Boheme. He has sung roles in contemporary operas by Finnish composers, such as the role of Professor Stodius in the opera Henrik och Häxhammaren by Ulf Långbacka, the roles of Elisha the Profet, the Apostle John in the church opera Jeriko by Markus Fagerudd, and as Johan Emanuel Gadolin in the experimental musical theatre play Romanttinen Mieli with music by Kari Mäkiranta and Ulf Långbacka.

On the musical theatre stage Frank Berger has, among others, sung the role of the Lion in the Wizard of Oz by Arlen, and as Jakob in the newly written musical 20 sekunder by Christine Julin-Häggman. He has also been a member of the ensemble in Les Miserables by Claude-Michel Schönberg.

Frank Berger has sung church music, both as a soloist and as a member of the ensemble with, among others, Kuninkaantien Muusikot in Turku, Vaasa Baroque, Brahe Djäknar and Florakören in Turku, and the chamber choir Bel Canto in Jakobstad. He has been a soloist in, among others, Petite Messe Solennelle by G. Rossini, Te Deum by Händel, Messe in G-dur by Franz Schubert and Svenska Messan by Johann Helmich Roman. And has given many solo concerts in Finland, in among others Turku, Kokkola, as well as on the Åland Islands.

Berger has participated in master classes with, among others, Kevin Smith, Kajsa Dahlbäck, Björn Blomqvist and Erkki Rajamäki. His current teacher is Ronnie Karlsson at Sol Studium.

In his studies with Karlsson during the recent two years, Frank Berger began specialising in the challenging helden-baritone repertoire. Switching from lighter repertoire to more dramatic was a huge relief, and he felt like coming home vocally. Under Ronnie Karlsson’s coaching, Frank Berger has worked on the arias of Wotan by Wagner and has found them both suitable for his voice as well as a joy to interpret. He is currently learning the role of Mozart's Figaro and Bizet's Escamillo, as such roles would be suitable for him to do at this time. He is also studying the role of the Flying Dutchman, and future goals are to perform roles such as the Dutchman as well as Wotan from Wagner’s ring-cycle. Another thrilling future goal and dream is to one day perform as Verdi's Rigoletto.

As an instrumentalist, Frank Berger plays the rare medieval violin instrument Hurdy-Gurdy, both as a soloist and in the folk-music band Ratatosk, which has recorded CDs and EPs and toured in Finland, Estonia, Germany and Sweden. Frank Berger is also active as a composer and have won two composer competitions in Finland. He has been stage director for, among others, Vaasa Baroque, and musical director for several shows with the musical theatre group Musikteater i Österbotten. He has written manuscripts and composed music for musical theatre shows for Opera Tellus in Helsinki and Torgare Sommarteater in Kronoby in Finland. He also functions as a vocal coach for the male choir Brahe Djäknar at Åbo Akademi University in Turku, Finland.

At present Frank Berger has his eyes set on the European stages and with a heart bursting to sing for people all over the world, he is ready to go where fate, opportunity and his voice will take him.