Céline Wasmer


Céline Wasmer was born in Sigmaringen in Germany. She began playing the violin and piano at the age of five. As a teenager she undertook additional education in church music. With support from Studienstiftung des Deutches Volkes she pursued study of medicine in parallel with classical singing at the Hohcschule für Musik in Freiburg im Bresgau. She has specialised in interpretation of contemporary music at the Hochschule für Musik Basel in addition to completing her MD at the Institut für

Musikermedizin Freiburg.

Céline Wassmer particularly dedicated to the interpretation of both contemporary and church music. However, she also focuses on the lyrical repertoire, and has interpreted roles as Musetta, Pamina, Gretel and Solveig. In 2012 she won a prize from the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg which gave her the role as Princess Wilhelmine in Siegfrid Matthus’ chamber opera Kronprinz Friedrich. Inl 2014 Céline Wassmer performed as a soloist in a world premiere of a one-act opera during the Biennale di Venezia.