The German soprano, Andrea Artmann, studied music at the universities of Wuppertal and Saarbrücken (with Rosemarie Bühler-Fey) and completed her studies in spring 2003 with soloist singer diploma. She rounded out her musical education by attending master-classes with Kurt Widmer, Ingrid Bjoner, Caroline Gruber, Wolfram Rieger, Anthony and Carmen Jacoby-Negus (Welsh National Opera), Esther de Bros and Irvin Gage, to whose joint master-class she belonged in 2001-2003. Important impulses for her work are currently Uwe Götz, Brigitte Grosse (Opéra Municipal de Marseille) and Constantin Trinks (first Kapellmeister of the Saarländischen Staatstheater).
Andrea Artmann appeared at the Musikfestspielen Saar 2001, as Iphigenie in Gluck's Iphigenie en Tauride, took a soloist in Prolog (Festival für neue Musik), and was featured soloist in numerous oratorios and cantata concerts. Since 2000 she is the soprano in Gilvan Singers under the direction of Raimund Gilvan.
Andrea Artmann appeared as soloist in new year concerts of the year 2004-2005 with the Romanian State Philharmonic Orchestra "Dinu Lipate" (Satu Mare) conducted by Franz Lamprecht at the City Halls of Wuppertal, Wesel and Hilden and the Tonhalle in Düsseldorf.