Ingrid Waldvogel

Born and raised in the Black Forest, Ingrid Waldvogel received her first voice training at the age of 11. After private singing lessons with Manuela Uhl and Anne McGuire, she studied music at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Mannheim with Janice Harper-Smith.

During her studies she participated in various opera projects at the Schwetzinger Schloßfestspiele and actively took courses with Daniel Ferro, Ingeborg Danz, Barbara Schlick and others. part. This was followed by a two-year guest contract at the Nationaltheater Mannheim with particular success as Papagena and Pamina in Mozart’s ‘Magic Flute‘.

Since 2003, Ingrid Waldvogel has been working as a freelance concert singer with a focus on oratorio with conductors such as Helmuth Rilling, Frieder Bernius, Sir Roger Norrington, Thomas Hengelbrock, Ton Koopman and many others. In addition to these activities, she teaches at home and abroad, including as a vocal coach at the Bach Academy Kransnowarsk, Russia. She sang concerts with the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and others.

Ingrid Waldvogel beim Beethovenfest

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March

14

Sat

8:00 pm

Pause for reflection

  • Ingrid Waldvogel soprano
  • Philharmonischer Chor der Stadt Bonn
  • Paul Krämer preparation
  • Kantorei der Kreuzkirche Bonn
  • Karin Freist-Wissing preparation
  • Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi
  • Tito Ceccherini conductor
Works by Salvatore Sciarrino and Giuseppe Verdi