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Christine Brenk (Soprano)

Born: Pforzheim, Germany

The German soprano, Christine Brenk, complerted her singing studies at the University for Music Heidelberg Mannheim with professors Eva-Maria Molnar and Rudolf Pierriay. Further studies followed with Laura Sarti in London. Furthermore she participatted in master-classes with Geoffrey Parsons, Charles Brett and Judith Beckmann. She was a scholarship holder of the Richard Wagner Federation, as well as a prize-winner of the Federal Singing Competition in Berlin.

Following that Christine Brenk had concert tours to Novosibirsk, Portugal and Hungary. She made her opera debut in 1991 in Schwetzingen as Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflote. Beside guest engagements at the Pfalzbautheater Ludwigshafen, Christine Brenk dedicates herself to Lieder and concert singing.

Source: Liner notes to the CD ‘J.S. Bach: Oster-Oratorium’ conducted by Rolf Schweizer, English translation by Aryeh Oron (March 2003)
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