The German soprano, Dorothee Wohlgemuth, studied singing with Ingeborg Reichelt at the Robert-Schumann-Hochschule in Düsseldorf and at the Kölner Musikhochschule early music with Konrad Junghänel, song presentation with Hartmut Höll and opera roles in the frame of Opernschule Köln. As a pupil of Jessica Cash she lived one year in London. In 1992 she won the the 2nd Prize at the VDMK competition-singing of NRW (North-Rhine/Westphalia), and received a Bayreuth scholarship of the Richard Wagner Federation.
Dorothee Wohlgemuth's extensive concert activity shows an extensive repertoire ranging from early music in historical performance practice up to contemporary music. Numerous appearances led her among other things to Hamburg's Michel, Stuttgart's Liederhalle, Munich's Herkulessaal, Vienna's Musikverein and to the Theater of Vienna, where she participated in Monteverdi's L'Orfeo (musical directing: Thomas Hengelbrock, stage direction: Achim Freye). She also took part in concert productions of the Westdeutschen Rundfunk, the Hessischen Rundfunk and the Radio Svizzera Italiana.