Making music at home and in church was part of my childhood in the Erzgebirge. I discovered the piano at an early age, sang in the Kurrende, and later transferred to the Clara-Wieck-Gymnasium in Zwickau. My voice was trained at the Robert Schumann Conservatory in the city, supported by the Saxon State Ministry's support for gifted students: piano, theory and ensemble singing complemented the training. My passion for the interaction of voices was born.
Currently I am studying singing at the Hochschule für Musik "Carl Maria von Weber" Dresden. Here, thanks to Professors Junghanns, Britta Schwarz and KS Olaf Bär, I have found ways to explore all eras and genres. In concert performances, for example with the Mitteldeutsche Virtuosen and the Thüringer Symphoniker, I pursue my love of the Bach cantata.
I owe further impulses to a scholarship of the Vielklang - Master Classes for Early Music Tübingen. I am passionately devoted to polyphonic singing. As a member of the Saxon Soloists' Association I was allowed to participate in their CD debut. The growing interest in the tonal language of our time finally led me to AuditivVokal in 2019.