New General Management

I am happy to announce that I will be represented by Balmer & Dixon Management starting today. This is the beginning of an exciting new chapter of my career, and I am looking forward to many beautiful new projects, working with Florian Krumm and the whole team at BaDix. You will find all the contact details on the Contact section of this website. Many thanks from the bottom of my heart to Machreich Artists Management and the whole Machreich family, with special gratitude to Alexander Brunner for everything he did for me during these past years working together.


Katrin Wundsam makes debut as “Rheingold” Fricka in Dresden

Katrin Wundsam will sing her first Fricka in Wagner's Das Rheingold. On June 14, 2023 she will make her role debut at the Dresdner Musikfest. Kent Nagano will lead the Dresden Festival Orchestra and Concerto Köln using period instruments for this one-off concert performance at the Dresden Kulturpalast. More information on


Garderobiere & Gymnasiast in new staging of “Lulu” in Vienna

Katrin Wundsam sings her first Garderobiere and Gymnasiast in a stellar cast new production of Berg's Lulu at the Wiener Festwochen. The new staging by Marlene Monteiro Freitas is led by Maxime Pascal, while Vera-Lotte Boecker, Bo Skovhus, Edgaras Montvidas, Cameron Becker, Anne-Sofie von Otter, Kurt Rydl, Martin Summer, Paul Kaufmann, Andreas Jankowitsch and Franz Tscherne appear in the other roles. Since the Theater an der Wien is under renovation works, the performances take place at the Museumsquartier in Vienna. More information on


Mozart Requiem with Adam Fischer in Dusseldorf

On May 7, Katrin Wundsam is the mezzo-soprano soloist in Mozart's Requiem d-Moll KV 626 with the Düsseldorfer Symphoniker led by Adam Fischer at the Tonhalle Düsseldorf. The other soloists are Hannah Morrison, Gyula Rab and Miklós Sebestyén, the choir is the Chor des Städtischen Musikvereins zu Düsseldorf. More information on


“Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg” at Tokyo Spring Festival

Katrin Wundsam is set to sing her first Magdalene in Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. The high profile concert performances at the Tokyo Spring Festival take place on April 6 and 9 and will be conducted by Marek Janowski. Both performances will be video streamed live on the Tokyo Spring Festival website:      


Ježibaba & Foreign Princess in “Rusalka” in Wiesbaden

On January 21, 2023, Katrin Wundsam is taking on the unusal task of performing both Ježibaba and The Foreign Princess in Rusalka in a new production at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden. The staging is by Daniela Kerck and Olesya Golovneva, who also takes over the title role. Philipp Pointner conducts the nine performances running through March 25. [Photo: Monika&Karl Forster]


Christmas Concert with Munich Symphony

On December 4, 2022, Katrin Wundsam takes part in a Christmas concert entitled Eine musikalische Schlittenfahrt with the Munich Symphony Orchestra led by Enrico Delamboye. The concert at the Munich Isar Philharmonie features, amongst others, Katrin Wundsam singing Franck's Panis Angelicus and excerpts from Humperdinck's Hänsel und Gretel as Hänsel with Sophia Brommer as Gretel.

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KATRIN WUNDSAM as Jezibaba&Foreign Princess in RUSALKA (2023)

Katrin Wundsam singing the roles of Jezibaba and Foreign Princess in the same evening at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden. Recorded in February 2023 with Philipp Pointner conducting. The staging is by Olesya Golovneva & Daniela Kerck.


KATRIN WUNDSAM “Panis angelicus” (2022)

Katrin Wundsam singing “Panis angelicus” by César Franck at the Munich Isarphilharmonie with the Münchner Symphoniker led by Enrico Delamboye. Recorded in December 2022.


“Heute Abend: Lola Blau” Theater an der Wien (2022)

The complete video of the premiere of “Heute Abend: Lola Blau” at the Theater an der Wien, October 2022.
Staging: Eike Ecker; piano: Rainer Mühlbach



First “Lulu” reviews

First reviews are in for Lulu at the Wiener Festwochen and Katrin Wundsam in her role debut as Garderobiere and Gymnasiast: "… the Gymnasiast, Katrin Wundsam, who, however, created a vocal showpiece out of her small scene, a moment of art of differentiation and articulation... ." Wilhelm Sinkovicz, Die Presse "At this point, Lulu's charisma is so great that even a young high school student falls for her. At first he naively thinks he can free Lulu from her fate of imprisonment. And Katrin Wundsam embodies this youthful naivety wonderfully. Her mezzo is bursting with energy and has a kind of youthful purity. Yes, there he comes to mind again, the pure fool from Parsifal, only that this fool right here is about to shed all purity. ... Ms. Wundsam is an asset to the evening and also covers this facet of the spectrum that Lulu falls victim to excellently. Brava, bravissima for this totally remarkable performance!§ E.A.L., Der Neue Merker [Photo: Rittershaus]


Press review “Rusalka” in Wiesbaden

Reviews are out for Rusalka at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden, starring Katrin Wundsam in the double role of Ježibaba and The Foreign Princess: "... demonic contours can also be experienced by the characterfully triumphant mezzo-soprano Katrin Wundsam in the double role of the witch and princess" Axel Zibulski, FAZ   “... the convincing mezzo-soprano Katrin Wundsam...” Judith von Sternburg, Frankfurter Rundschau   “... the versatile mezzo-soprano Katrin Wundsam...” Volker Milch, Wiesbadener Kurier   "A courageous "stroke of genius" by director and performer is the merging of the roles of Ježibaba and the Foreign Princess. Katrin Wundsam takes the risk of singing both roles, expanding her vocal range from mezzo-soprano to soprano. Her stimulating low register, in addition to the necessary vocal range for both roles, enables her to act devilishly, powerfully glowing as a witch. As a foreign princess, she is also the personification of human doubt, of a decadent, glamorous civilization, i.e. a direct antagonist to Rusalka. Contrary to his coldness, she tries to seduce the prince with hot embers, but ultimately fails to do so. Through this idea of the stage director, she can directly experience the failure of Rusalka, civilization and nature, pursuing her evil plan... Wundsam inspires with effortlessly achieved top notes, with moving intensity, with diabolical and erotic charisma." Ingrid Freiberg, IOCO   [Photo: Karl&Monika Forster]


Interview with Opera Lounge

The German Opera Lounge magazine has published an interview with Katrin Wundsam about about Rusalka at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden, plans for new roles, her time at the Cologne Opera, the Wallernhof and her opera recording for a desert island. Here is the link:


Das Opernglas: Interview in January issue

The German magazine Das Opernglas published a beautiful 4 pages interview with Katrin Wundsam in their January issue. Katrin Wundsam speaks about her upcoming double role as Ježibaba and The Foreign Princess in Rusalka at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden, enlarging her repertoire towards roles such as Fricka and Brangäne, the Wallernhof and much more. Link to the magazine's January issue:


Video interview with Bühne magazine

Katrin Wundsam spoke with the Austrian Bühne magazine ahead of her star turn in the title role of Kreisler's Heute Abend: Lola Blau at the Theater an der Wien.


Interview with Der Neue Merker

With Der Neue Merker, Katrin Wundsam spoke about Kreisler's Heute Abend: Lola Blau, the production at Theater an der Wien, future plans, dream roles and more. Link to the interview: