Undine Röhner-Stolle was born in Berlin and began playing the oboe at the age of 13. She studied at the Leipzig Academy of Music with Burkhard Glaetzner. As a Mendelssohn scholarship holder, she won first prizes at the International Competitions in Geneva (1988) and Manchester (1989) and was subsequently a prizewinner of the German Music Council.
Undine Röhner-Stolle received her first engagement as principal oboist with the Leipzig Radio Philharmonic in 1988, played in the same position with the MDR Symphony Orchestra from 1992, and moved to the Dresden Philharmonic in 2005 as coordinated principal oboist. She has appeared as a soloist with the Leipzig orchestra as well as with numerous other orchestras throughout Germany.
Undine Röhner-Stolle was a member of the MDR Wind Quintet for more than 10 years, now cultivates chamber music with the Carus Ensemble Dresden and plays regularly with Ensemble Avantgarde, Virtuosi Saxoniae and the Leipzig Bach Orchestra.
In 1999 Undine Röhner-Stolle was invited by the Toho Gakuen School of Music in Japan to be a guest professor at the orchestra academy there.