Marie Henriette Reinhold © Máté Gál

Marie Henriette Reinhold

The mezzo-soprano Marie Henriette Reinhold was born in Leipzig. She first completed a bachelor's degree in musicology. She then studied classical singing/opera singing with Prof. Elvira Dreßen at the "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Academy of Music in Leipzig. She completed her master's degree with distinction in February 2020.
Solo performances have taken Marie Henriette Reinhold to concert halls and main churches in Germany and other European countries. She has performed as a soloist with, among others. with the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées and the Collegium Vocale Gent, the Batzdorfer Hofkapelle, the Munich Bach Choir, the Concerto Köln, the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, the Staatskapelle Halle, the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, the baroque orchestra "Il Giardino Armonico", the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, the Gaechinger Cantorey, the Windsbacher Knabenchor, the baroque orchestra "La Scintilla" and the Zurich Singakademie, the Stuttgart Chamber Choir and others. a.
She has worked with conductors such as Thomaskantor Gotthold Schwarz, Hans-Christoph Rademann, Dima Slobodeniouk, Florian Helgath, Frieder Bernius, Philipp Herreweghe, Herbert Blomstedt, Semyon Bychkov, Pietari Inkinen, Christian Thielemann and others.
She gained operatic experience as the Third Lady in Mozart's "Magic Flute", as the Countess in Lortzing's "Wildschütz", as "Rustena" in Vivaldi's "La verità in cimento", as "Fricka" in Wagner's "Rheingold" and as "Cornelia" in Handel's "Giulio Cesare in Egitto".
 At the Bayreuth Festival in 2019 and 2021 she was heard in "Parsifal" under Semyon Bychkov and Christian Thielemann.
Since 2021 she can also be heard there as "Grimgerde" in "Walküre", then from 2022 in Valentin Schwarz's production under Pietari Inkinen.
Master classes with Jonathan Alder, Alexander Schmalcz, Götz Payer, Thilo Dahlmann and Peter Schreier gave her decisive impulses in the field of lied interpretation.
She is the first junior prize-winner of the Bundeswettbewerb Gesang Berlin 2012, prize-winner of the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg 2014 and was a Richard Wagner scholarship holder in 2017.
Marie Henriette Reinhold is represented on numerous CDs of various labels, such as Max Reger's choral cantatas and his Requiem op. 144b, Haydn's "Stabat mater" with the Kammerchor Stuttgart under Frieder Bernius, the world premiere recording of Gustav Schreck's "Christus, der Auferstandene" and Friedrich Schneider's "Das Weltgericht".
A recording of J. S. Bach's "St. John Passion" conducted by Peter Schreier and the "St. Matthew Passion" with the Gaechinger Cantorey under Hans-Christoph Rademann were recently released.

concerts featuring Marie Henriette Reinhold