As a French woman, who now lives in Düsseldorf, my earlier work was in business and management for national and international companies in France, Ireland and Germany. I also worked as a Freelance Interpreter for the Federal Police in North Rhine-Westphalia, and as a voice coach for the Robert Schumann Conservatory. And in 2005, I won the marathon in Dusseldorf.
Because of my passion for classical music and my passion for poetry, I decided to start a new career and study classical singing.
I got my musical education with renowned professors: Prof. Konrad Jarnot, Prof. Josef Protschka und Prof. Ingeborg Reichelt and by attending several courses at Robert Schumann Music Faculty in Düsseldorf as well as participating in Master Classes of Christa Ludwig and Edda Moser.
I am Mezzosoprano who sings beautifull operatic arias as well as French songs, French historical songs, German Lied, and popular folk songs in French and German. The historical collection of French songs is unique and represents France musically and historically, and includes the periods of the Renaissance, the French Revolution, Napoleon the first up to the end of 19th Century.
I offer recitals for various events as well as recitals with lectures on historical subjects. My programs are a mixture of famous songs, rare and unknown works of classical music. As a “representative” of the historical songs of France as well as French und German popular folk songs, I contribute to the revival of some of these forgotten works and preservation of the traditional repertoire. This is a wonderful mixture of musik, singing, poetry and history.