The German soprano, Priska Eser-Streit, went from secondary school into a training program for ceramics before beginning her vocal studies with Nikolaus Hillebrand in Munich.
After successful completion of that course, Priska Eser-Streit joined the Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks. At the same time she developed an active solo career with a repertoire ranging from early music (Monteverdi, Charpentier, Johann Rosenmüller) to the oratorios of George Frideric Handel, J.S. Bach and Haydn all the way to the great works of the romantic era. Besides this, the singer has many years of experience in the modern music field, including participations in Wolfgang Rihm's Hamletmaschine and the world première of Kay Westermann's Joseph und seine Brüder.
Her concert activity has taken her, besides a number of engagements in Germany, to Austria, France and Italy, among other places. In collaboration with Radio Bavaria and renowned orchestras, she has made a number of radio and CD recordings. Beyond this, Priska Eser-Streit also devotes a great deal of energy to recital singing, concentrating on the songs of Mozart, Schubert and Strauss.