I grew up in a small village in the south of Germany.

When I was a little child, it was almost impossible to stop me singing. I started playing the piano when I was five and the saxophone at the age of nine.

Throughout my childhood and adolescence I was singing in many choirs and playing in different orchestras.

When I had finished school, I decided to do something reasonable and took up my studies of medicine at the Charité Berlin. 

This made me very unhappy. Instead of getting medical books, I bought an old piano.

My second choice fell upon literature and science of theatre. Although that was very interesting, I could not fight down my longing to study singing.


I finally decided to follow my passion and studied opera singing in Detmold and Hannover, where I finished my studies with a diploma.


After moving back to Berlin I worked as a freelance singer and discovered the beauty in helping people to improve their singing and their voice in general. I have been giving private lessons and working with many different choirs for projects and over long term.


In 2019 I got a job offer from the Norwegian National Opera in Oslo to sing in the alto 2 section of the opera choir. Although it was a terminated contract, I decided to stay in Oslo, having fallen in love with the stunning city and its wonderful people.


In 2021 I started working as a choir conductor and discovered what should make me feel complete in my musicianship. 
Three amateur choirs, part time studies at the Norwegian Academy of music and private conducting lessons are enriching my life at this point.