The Soprano Judith Hoffmann had her successful Opera debut in 2007 with the Wernigerode Castle Opera Festival as Pamina in Mozarts Magic Flute.

As a member of the ensemble at the Landesbühnen Sachsen during the season 2009/10 until 2012/13, she sang such leading roles i.a. as Pamina (Magic flute), Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel), Musette (La Boheme), Ännchen (Der Freischütz).

She returned as a guest soprano back to the Landesbühnen Sachsen and was a guest soprano at different Opera houses and Festivals such as the Luisenburgfestspiele Wunsiedel, Rathen open air stage, Theater Nordhausen, Theater Hagen, Staatsoper Hannover.

As a soloist in Liedrecitals, oratorios and in concerts with arias from opera and operetta she is continuously participating in various concert activities in Germany and abroad, i.a. at the Ruhrtriennale, Zwinger (Dresden), Blauwe Zaal deSingel (Antwerpen), Muziekcentrum Enschede and in many different churches. She performed in concerts with orchestras like the Nederlands HET Symphonieorkest and the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie. And gave a successfull debut at the WDR Funkhaus Wallrafplatz (Kleiner Sendesaal) and at the Kölner Philharmonie.

She also participates in different projects of contemporary composers like Marcus Schmickler and Gordon Kampe. With Marcus Schmickler She made recordings for WDR Studio Akustische Kunst.

She was a winner at the Federal Song Contest NRW 2006 for Opera and Operetta.

After her graduation at Folkwang University in Essen/Germany with the Artist Diploma for guitar performance she continued with singing studies while graduating with a Diploma at the classes of Prof. Rachel Robins including the qualified singing teacher status.

She continued her voice education through private studies and masterclasses with Ks. Prof. Brigitte Fassbaender, Prof. Thomas Heyer, Prof. Klesie Kelly, Ks. Prof. Reinhard Leisenheimer, Barbara Hannigan and Olga Mykytenko.



Judith Hoffmann - Soprano