Claudia Roick

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German soprano Claudia Roick studied singing at Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock, Germany. In 2012 she spent an abroad semester at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Israel.

Her teachers include Christiane Bach-Röhr (HMT Rostock/Hfm Dresden), Prof. Mira Zakai (TAU Tel Aviv) and Anat Efraty (JAMD Jerusalem). Further on she worked with Graciela Araya, Janet Williams, Marc Tucker, Thomas Mooser, Reri Grist, Charlotte Lehmann, Norman Shetler, Sznezana Nena Brzakovic, Peter Maus and others.

She performed with Babelsberger Filmorchester at Classic Open Air Berlin 2015, with Norddeutsche Philharmonie (Rostock, Germany), Kammerphilharmonie Poznan (Poland), Preußisches Kammerorchester Prenzlau (Poland/Germany) and others. Concerts brought her to Los Angeles, San Diego, Shanghai, Sao Paulo, Vienna, Prague, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and others. In 2009, 2012 and 2014 she performed at the prestigious festival "Festspiele Mecklenburg -Vorpommern" Germany.

The soprano sang Despina and Zerlina at Jerusalem Opera, Israel, Else in "Eine kluge Else" as well as Titania in “A midsummer night’s dream”, both being productions of Kabinettoper, Germany. In 2013 Claudia performed as Mrs. Peachum and Mdm. Trapes in “The Beggar’s Opera” by Pepusch. In 2014 she was Belinda in Purcells "Dido & Aeneas" at HMT Rostock. In 2015 she performed several parts at northern german opera festival “Opernale” and will be returning as Pamina in its 2016 production of “Magic Flute”. In 2016 Claudia sang “Armida” at Neuköllner Oper Berlin and Pamina at Opernale in its 2016 production of "Magic Flute".

Claudia won several prizes, among them: 2nd prize (1st prize not awarded) and Izzy Fuhrmann prize at international competition "Ostracized Music",Germany, 2nd prize at JAMD singing competition, Israel, finalist at international Giulio Perotti singing competition, 3rd prize at international Paula Salomon Lindberg “Das Lied” Competition Berlin 2015.

Claudia is grateful to "Yehudi Menuin - Live music now e.v." scholarship, to Ritter-Foundation and to "Deutschlandstipendium".