Voice group: Alto
Kerstin Rosenfeldt began her vocal training after graduating high school at the Berufsfachschule für Musik in Bad Königshofen, continuing on at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hanover. She studied operatic singing with Norma Enns and Christiane Iven, concluding her education in 2003 by passing her concert examination. She also successfully completed her studies toward a status as a licensed voice teacher. In Dresden, she worked as a voice consultant with the famous Girls’ Chorus, and in Hanover, she began establishing herself as an oratorio singer. She intensified her love for recital singing in the art song classes taught by Christian Schulte and Jan Philip Schulze. Besides this, she took part in a number of master classes, working with artists like Kurt Widmer and Carol Richardson-Smith. Kerstin Rosenfeldt is a much sought-after interpreter of sacred music, appearing regularly in concerts, where she sings alto roles in the passions and cantatas of Bach, in Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” in the Mozart Requiem and in Händel’s “Messiah”. In 2010 she sang at the Internationale Händelfestspielen in Göttingen. She makes regular guest appearances with orchestras like the Bamberger Symphoniker, Musica Alta Ripa, La Banda Augsburg, the Hanover Hofkapelle and the Sinfonieorchester Göttingen. She has collaborated with pianist Nadine Schuster for many years. As a duo, they have made guest appearances all over Germany bringing texts and music together in a heartfelt unity.
Since 2013, Kerstin Rosenfeldt has been a regular member of the Bavarian Radio Chorus.