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Carlotta Lipski

Photo: Susanne Reichardt

Born in Konstanz, she began her vocal studies at the Karlsruher Hochschule für Musik in 2015, first with Hanno Müller-Brachmann and since 2018 with Christiane Libor and Stephan Klemm. She is the winner of the Rainer-Koch-Gedächtnispreis of the Kulturfonds Baden e. V. (runner-up in 2016) for the most impressive interpretation of a work by Wolfgang Rihm. Since March 2017 she has been a scholarship holder of the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Oberrhein e. V. and since 2020 of the Richard Wagner Association Trier-Luxembourg.

As part of various university productions, she sang roles such as Pepita in »Die Brücke von St. Louis Ray« by Hermann Reutter, the Herald in the children's opera »Sängerkrieg der Heidehasen«, Miles in »The Turn of the Screw« by Benjamin Britten, Larina from Tchaikovsky's »Eugene Onegin«, as well as Hansel in »Hansel and Gretel«. She already made her debut at the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg in November 2021 as Miles in Ingo Kerkhof's production of »The Turn of the Screw« and can now be experienced here again as Smeraldina in »The Love for Three Oranges«.