The German soprano, Jutta Vulpius, studied with Professor Franziska Martienssen-Lohmann. She came from the same family as Christine Vulpius, the wife of Goethe.
Jutta Vulpius made her debut in 1952 as Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflote in East Berlin. Appearances at Barcelona, Rome, Lisbon, and elsewhere made her a singer of international reputation. She sang leading roles at Bayreuth (1954-1956) and in the opera houses of Munich, Hamburg, and Prague. She was made Kammersängerin in 1959.