Lichtenberg, Christine

The Würzburg native Christine Lichtenberg studied French, Spanish and literature before beginning her vocal training with Tuula Nienstedt at the Hamburg Musikhochschule. She took part in masterclasses, including Michel Piquemal’s at the International Summer Academy in Nice and Ingeborg Danz’s during the Stuttgart Bach Weeks, and worked regularly with Helga Pilarczyk and in Berlin with Jutta Schlegel at the Universität der Künste.

During her studies, Christine Lichtenberg was a freelance singer with several choruses and ensembles, including the NDR-Chor, MDR-Chor, RIAS Kammerchor and, since 1999, Rundfunkchor Berlin.

In 2003 she undertook extensive European concert tours with the Collegium Vocale of Ghent under Philippe Herreweghe. Recitals of German, French and Spanish song have taken her throughout Germany and to Los Angeles. She is also in great demand as an interpreter of sacred music, particularly the works of Bach, which she has sung on several occasions in Stuttgart under Helmuth Rilling. Lichtenberg has taken part in a number of music theatrical productions, for example in a staging of Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo under the direction of René Jacobs in Innsbruck and Berlin.

Since 2004 Christine Lichtenberg has been a permanent member of Rundfunkchor Berlin. She also belongs to the Amalien-Ensemble, formed within the radio chorus in 2004. She appeared as a soloist with Rundfunkchor Berlin in 2009 in the performance of Christian Jost’s Angst at the Komische Oper.
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