Maria-Isabella Jung, soprano, was born in Cologne and studied Oboe at the Folkwang Music Academy in Essen (Folkwang Musikhochschule, Essen) and at the Music Academy Hamburg (Hochschule für Musik, Hamburg), in which city she has been a member of the Philharmonic State Orchestra since 2009. She studied singing with Prof. Norma Sharp in Berlin, Prof. Hans Sotin and Prof. Jan-Hendrik Rootering.
She is the recipient of a number of scholarships and is today a sought-after concert and lieder singer with regular engagements in Germany and abroad. Among other works, she has sung Dvorak’s "Stabat Mater", Brahms’ "Requiem", Mendelssohns' Elias and Pergolesi’s "Stabat Mater" with members of the Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra.
Maria-Isabella Jung is equally at home in the world of Oratorio and Lieder and has given many recitals, her repertoire ranging from Mozart to Schumann and Wagner.
She has also appeared in concerts devoted to operetta, and taken part in opera galas performing, for example, arias from Mozart’s "Così fan tutte" (Fiordiligi), Donizetti’s "Lucia di Lammermoor" (Lucia), Gounod’s "Faust" (Marguerite) and Leoncavallo’s "Bajazzo" (Nedda).
Reviews of her performances constantly praise the special quality of her voice and her interpretational ability (see "reviews").