Born in Herdecke NRW, the soprano Judith Hoffmann has been a guest on numerous opera and concert stages since 2007.

Judith Hoffmann made her opera debut in 2007 at the Wernigeröder Schlossfestspiele as Pamina in Mozart's Magic Flute.

From the 2009/2010 season to 2012/2013 she was a member of the ensemble of the Landesbühnen Sachsen.

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.

Her opera roles include Pamina/Zauberflöte/Mozart, Micaela/Carmen/Bizet, Marie/Verkaufte Braut/Smetana, Musette/Boheme/Puccini, Ännchen/Freischütz/von Webern, Gretel/Hänsel und Gretel/Humperdinck, Rose/Street Scene/Kurt Weill, Csardasfürstin/Csardasfürstin/Kalman.

With a large oratorio, concert and song repertoire, she continuously pursues an active concert activity at home and abroad.

Recently she has performed at the Ruhr-Triennale, the Dresden Zwingerkonzerte, the Konzertsaal deSingel Antwerpen, the Muziekcentrum Enschede, the Opernhaus Dortmund/Foyer in the Kölner Philharmonie and the Funkhaus WDR Wallrafplatz as soloist of the Dutch Symphony Orchestra and the Nordwestdeutsche Philhamonie.

She performned as a soloist in the Konzerthaus Dortmund and in Lucca/Italy in the Boccherini Auditorium, where she performned at the International Double Bass Festival.

Her extensive repertoire focuses on the great oratorical works of the 18th to 20th centuries.

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.

Judith Hoffmann's special passion lies in the field of chamber music, to which she devotes herself as a member of various formations: Especially her recently realized individual song projects together with Desar Sulejmani (pianist) and Kolja Buhlmann (dramaturg/author) such as the musical-literary program Alma Mahler and her radiant satellites, various song & poetry programs, or the founding of the Ensemble Amouné (soprano, trumpet, organ) and as chamber music partner of a trio with double bass, piano and soprano, bear witness to Judith Hoffmann's commitment to the lively dialogue of the arts, to which she received her first impulses during her studies at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen. She expanded her education there through master classes and private studies with Prof. T. Heyer, Ks. Brigitte Fassbaender, Prof. K. Kelly, B. Hannigan, O. Mykytenko and K. Schötteldreier.

She is a prizewinner at the NRW State Singing Competition 2006 in the field of opera and operetta.



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