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Born in Rostock, Germany, Anne Schuldt is an outstanding mezzo soprano in the romantic German operatic repertoire. Blessed with a rich, elegant voice and exceptional legato, Ms. Schuldt is most at home in Wagner roles such as Brangäne, Fricka and Waltraute.

This past summer saw her role debut as Venus in "Tannhäuser" with the Heidenheim Opera Festival under the direction of Marcus Bosch. Ms. Schuldt also repeated her Venus, again under Marcus Bosch, at the opera festival in Modena, Italy.
Subsequently, she continued her survey of Wagner repertoire with Magdalene in "Die Meistersinger" at the State Theater in Wiesbaden.

In the fall of 2022, Anne Schuldt worked for the first time with Sir Antonio Pappano in a concert performance in Rome of Strauss' "Elektra".

Anne Schuldt received her vocal training at the Weimar Hochschule für Musik "Franz Liszt". Master classes with Ks. Christa Ludwig, Françoise Pollet and Ks. Brigitte Fassbaender contributed to decisive further developments. Her work with Brigitte Fassbaender brought Anne Schuldt to the Tiroler Landestheater Innsbruck. There she was a member of the ensemble until 2012 and sang numerous roles in her field, including her first Fricka in Wagner's "Rheingold".

In 2012 Anne Schuldt then joined the ensemble of the Staatstheater Braunschweig, where she appeared in many leading roles in her field, for example as Brangäne in Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde" or in her first leading role in Italian, Santuzza in Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana". Special mention should also be made of the rarely interpreted role of Fidès in Meyerbeer's "Le Prophète".

A freelance artist since 2017, she has made guest appearances at many major German stages such as the Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin, the Nationaltheater Mannheim and the Staatstheaters Wiesbaden, Karlsruhe and Kassel, as well as the Chemnitz Opera. She works with renowned conductors such as Stefan Soltész, Cornelius Meister, Guillermo García Calvo, Srboljub Dinis and Johannes Debus.

Anne Schuldt's artistic presence is expressed particularly intensely in her intimate interpretation of concert and song singing. Her concert repertoire includes major works such as Mahler's "Lied von der Erde", Brahms' "Alt Rhapsodie", Reger's "Requiem" and Mendelssohn's "Lobgesang". Audiences and press alike celebrated her in Verdi's "Messa da Requiem" and Rossini's "Stabat Mater."

Mahler's "Rückert-Lieder", Wagner's "Wesendonck-Lieder" and Brahms' "Vier ernste Gesänge" are among her favorite song cycles.

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