The soprano Nicole Tschaikin sings with a lyrical and flexible voice, with strong expression
and has a deep interest in acting. She also has a talent to communicate in English, French and Italian and to sing also in Russian, Czech and Spanish.
Born in 1988 in Leipzig, (Germany), she began her professional vocal training at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy" Leipzig with Prof. Regina Werner. She now finished her studies with Michaela Kaune at the Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK).

In 2010 Nicole appeared as a finalist at the International Singing competition "Bundeswettbewerb Gesang Junior". In 2008 she was a prize winner at the competition "Jugend musiziert". Nicole was supported by the foundation "Paul-Hindemith Gesellschaft in Berlin e.V." while studying at UdK. She has sung in different choirs and ensembles and danced different styles like ballet, jazz and Latin-American championships. She gained experience in theatre by acting, dancing and singing at the State TheatreStaatstheater Darmstadt since childhood.

In 2011 Nicole sang the main role in a first productionthe premiere of "Die Verwandlung", an opera by Stefan Peiffer based on Franz Kafka´s Nnovel at the Hamburg University of Music and TheatreHochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg. 2010 she performed as solo soprano in Jacques Offenbach's "The Tales of Hoffmann / Les contes d´Hoffmann" at the Hebbel Theater Berlin and sang Robert Schumann's Requiem Op. 148 and Lieder at the „Mendelssohn Festival“ in Leipzig. For two seasons she performed the role of "Julia" in Benjamin Britten's "Little Sweeper". In 2009 and 2013 she performed "Hänsel" (and 2009 "Sandmännchen") in Engelbert Humperdinck's "Hänsel und Gretel" with the "Leipzig Symphony Orchestra", Leipziger Symphonieorchester, director: Hugo Wieg.
2013 Nicole took part in John Cage`s "Europera 3" at the Hebbel Theatre Berlin (Co-production with Komische Oper Berlin) and she appeared at the Münchner Biennale (Premiere Produktion: "A Game of fives").

She worked on Lied, Opera, old and contemporary classical music in great intensity and performed at the university, in public concerts and by taking part in masterclasses with Donna Morein, Grace Bumbry, Prof. Philip Moll, Eric Schneider, Christiane Oelze, Edween Harrhy, Prof. Karl-Peter
Kammerlander, Tim Severloh, Prof. Peter Maus, Prof. Sebastian Störmer, Peter Berne, Prof.
Gerhild Romberger, Prof. Hendrick Bräunlich, Prof. Errico Fresis and Axel Bauni.

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