The German soprano, Clementine Jesdinsky, studied singing at the Robert-Schumann-Hochschule in Düsseldorf with Professor Ingeborg Reichelt, Michaela Krämer and Celina Lindsey. In 1997 she completed her exam "with honour", followed the concert exam in May 2000. Already during her studies she was busy intensively with Baroque music and works of contemporary composers. She also participated in master-classes with Jessica Cash und Kurt Widmer.
As a soloist Clementine Jesdinsky participated, among other things, in CD productions of the WDR and the MDR (Hermann Max / Rheinische Kantorei, Norbert Schuster / Alte Musik Dresden, Manfred Cordes / Weser Renaissance). She is the soprano of the Baroque ensemble "La Melagrana" (Berlin) and co-founder of the ensemble "Colombine", with which she performed several times Pierrot lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg. Opera appearances beside contemporary operas include Vespetta in Georg Philipp Telemannís Pimpinone and Belinda (Dido and Aeneas) at the Purcell-Tagen Köln, Euridice in Monteverdiís Orfeo in a production of the WDR. Further performances of contemporary works and co-operation at different festivals and theatre weeks.
Clementine Jesdinsky sings for many years regularly as a soloist in concerts of the Collegium Cantorum Köln. In December 2001 and 2002 she participated in J.S. Bachís Weihnachts-Oratorium (BWV 248).