Judith Gennrich

After completing her vocal studies in Mainz, Judith Gennreich became a member of the Youth Ensemble at the Munich Staatsoper, where she sang roles such as Hänsel ("Hänsel und Gretel") and worked with conductors like Zubin Mehta, Jun Märkl and Ivor Bolton. From 2002 to 2012, she was a member of the vocal ensemble at the Städtische Bühnen Münster, performing roles such as the Muse/Nicklausse ("Les contes d'Hoffmann"), Octavian ("Der Rosenkavalier"), Sesto ("Titus"), Cherubino ("Le nozze di Figaro"), Elvira ("Don Giovanni"), Montezuma (Wolfgang Rihm's "Die Eroberung von Mexico"), the title role in "La Cenerentola" and Rosina ("Il barbiere di Siviglia"). She was nominated as "Best Newcomer" by Opernwelt for her performance as Theseus in Nicola Porpora's "Arianna in Nasso". Guest engagements have taken her to Vienna, Zurich, Munich and the Nationale Reisopera Enschede in Holland. Her extensive repertoire includes roles from the Baroque to modern. This season, she will grace the Wiesbaden stage as Waltraute in "Die Walküre".