Joakim Larsson was admitted to The Royal Danish Academy of Music at the age of 18, and went on to recieve both a Bachelors – and Masters degree from the same institution. During his studies Larsson took part in an exchange program with The Manhattan School of Music where he studied with prof. Maitland Peters. In May of 2018 Joakim graduated from The Royal Opera Academy in Copenhagen where he studied with prof. Kirsten Buhl Møller.
In the summer of 2017 Joakim debuted in The Småland Opera production of The Marriage of Figaro (Mozart) in the role of Count Almaviva. In the following fall he made his debut at the Royal Danish Opera in the role of Larkens in La fanciulla del West (Puccini). At The Royal Danish Opera he has also performed the role of Frank in Die Fledermaus, Un Ufficiale/Notario in Il barbiere di Siviglia. Joakim has also performed such roles as Dottor Malatesta in Don Pasquale (Donizetti), Dancaïro in Carmen (Bizet), Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro (Mozart), Collatinus in The Rape of Lucretia (Britten) amongst others.
Upcoming performances include the role of Vicomte Cascada in the 80th anniversary production of the Merry Widow at Nöjesteatern Malmö and the role of Leporello at Opera Warberg.
Outside of the opera stage Joakim has performed as a soloist in works such as: Carmina Burana (Orff), Messiah (Händel), Förklädd Gud (Larsson), Prisme (Nørgård).
Larsson is also an active Lied singer and is a part of the duo Larsson/Kvint that won the 4th price in the Copenhagen Lied Competition in 2019. The duo has performed throughout Scandinavia.