Ulrike Fulde

Ulrike Fulde studied at the University of Music and Theater “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” in Leipzig with Hans-Joachim Beyer and in the postgraduate class of Kammersängerin Regina Werner-Dietrich. A busy concert schedule has taken her to Koblenz for the Mendelssohn Festival and to Halle/Salle for the Handel Festival Halle, where she sang as a soloist and received the Handel Scholarship Award (Händel Förderpreis) of the city of Halle in 2004.

As a guest artist at the Leipzig Opera, she sang the role of Fiordiligi in Mozart’s “Cosí fan tutte” in a production by Joachim Herz, as well as the part of Taumännchen (Dewman) in “Hansel and Gretel”. In 2003 she performed the role of Pamina (“The Magic Flute”) as a guest at the Theatro Castro Alves (Salvador/Basil) and that of Radamanto (“L’Orfeo” by C.H. Graun) in Bayreuth. In Claudia Zahn’s production of Britten’s “The Turn of the Screw”, she sang the role of the Governess. In addition to her oratorio concerts with the Gewandhaus organist Michael Schönheit, Thomaskantor Georg Christoph, as well as university music directors David Timm, Ron-Dirk Entleuner, Jens Lorenz and Gothard Stier, she enjoys singing lieder. In 2007 she gave song recitals at the Cape Classic Festival in South Africa to aid socially disadvantaged people. As a soloist, she performed contemporary works with the MDR conducted by Roland Kluttig.

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