I was born in Halle an der Saale and made my first musical experiences in the Stadtsingechor zu Halle. At a young age I participated in the world premiere of DIE DREI RÄTSEL by Detlev Glanert at the Halle Opera.
I completed my vocal studies at the Carl Maria von Weber University of Music with a Master's degree in concert singing with Prof. Edward Randall and in the Lied class of KS Prof. Olaf Bär. I received further musical impressions at master classes of KS Georg Zeppenfeld, KS Prof. Christiane Iven and Roberto Scandiuzzi.
In addition, I work with renowned conductors of early music, such as Daniel Reuss, Christopher Moulds and Wolfgang Katschner. I made my debut at the National Opera Amsterdam with Hans Werner Henze's "Das Floss der Medusa" conducted by Ingo Metzmacher and directed by Romeo Castellucci. At the Deutsche Oper Berlin I was heard in the world premiere of Chaya Czernowin's "Heart Chamber" and at the Komische Oper Berlin in Moritz Eggert's "M - eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder".
My extensive concert repertoire includes (solo) cantatas, oratorios, requiems and masses. It ranges from early baroque works such as Monteverdi's "Marienvesper" to oratorios by Bach and Handel, to Mozart and Saint-Saëns "Oratorio de Noël".
I am also committed to contemporary music. As a permanent member of the ensemble at AuditivVokal Dresden, I am involved in numerous world premieres and interdisciplinary projects, and it is an opportunity for me to approach contemporary works with a curious eye, often taking the very first steps myself in a previously untrodden sonic space. Challenging, exciting, exhilarating!