The German-born soprano sings an extensive wagnerian oriented repertoire

in her mother tongue.


Richard Trimborn who is known internationally as a leading Trainer in the 

Wagnerian and Strauss Repertoire, was preparing her during her stays in Germany, 

on a regular basis for her Repertoire (up to his death in 10/17).


After studying in Munich and Vienna, she was a member of the opera company 

(first as a member of the young artist programm) of the Mariinsky Theater for 7 years.


Opera-Debut in St. Petersburg 2017 in front of more than 5.000 spectators with Carl-Maria von Weber´s  Opera "Der Freischütz" in the role of Agathe during the Festival "Opera for everybody" (more than 5.000 viewers + TV broadcast). 


The music publisher "Planet of Music" Russia, engaged her repeatedly as 

a member of the Jury in the Int. Voice Competition "Star Rhapsody" and also to teach

in the well known Jelena Obraszowa Center in St. Petersburg.


Concert-Engagements led her to Portugal, Italy, Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, France, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and 

the United Staates of America.


An important cultural event became her recital dedicated to the Wagner Divas

Birgit Nilsson and Astrid Varnay in the Margravial Opera House in Bayreuth

in Autumn 2018.


With different orchestras she performed in St. Petersburg out of her wagnerian           

repertoire, including Isolde, Senta, Kundry and russian repertoire like

Lady Macbeth of Mzensk (TV broadcast) 


She was invited to study the three Brunhildas at the Mariinsky as an Artist in Residence

and became an aspirant as a soloist at the Mariinsky Theater for leading soprano Wagner

roles. So she became 2nd cast for the three Brunhildas and the part of Sieglinde in the Ring Cycle at the Mariinsky theatre and was fully rehearsed with orchestra.


Finally she was casted there as Elisabeth in Wagner Opera Tannhäuser.

Because of the Coronapandemic and finally the worsening of the political situation, she has dropped all appointments there.