Mezzosoprano Charlotte Quadt studied voice at the Conservatory of Music and performing Arts in Frankfurt am Main and continued to work with James McCray (The Heague). Further she attended masterclasses with Peter Schreier, Helen Donath, Reinhard Leisenheimer and Ingeborg Danz.
Charlotte Quadt is a highly demanded opera singer. Amongst others she appeared at the Darmstadt State Theatre, the Deutsche Oper am Rhein and at the opera houses of Hagen and Freiburg. Recently she had a great success as Bradamante in Händel’s “Alcina” at the Munster Opera and as Hänsel in Humperdinck’s “Hänsel und Gretel” at the Landestheater Detmold. She has an especially close collaboration with the Bonn Opera where she regularly appears as a guest performer and participant in numerous productions. Starting in September 2018 she will sing in Bonn “Der Trommler” in a new production of Viktor Ullman’s “Der Kaiser von Atlantis”.
Besides opera, Charlotte Quadt is devoted to the concert repertoire, which a large range from baroque music to oratorios of the classic and romantic era. She has appeared in concerts with the Chorus Musicus Köln & Das Neue Orchester (Christoph Spering), with the Bavarian Philharmonic in Munich, the Darmstadt Concert Choir, the Basle and Essen Bach-choirs, the Gemischter Chor Zurich and the Brandenburg State Orchestra. Since 2014, she participates in the “Bach Cantata Cycle” of the Kreuzkirche in Bonn. Upcoming projects include concerts at the Tonhalle Dusseldorf, the Cologne Philharmonie and at the Leipzig Bach Festival in a scenic production of Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion.