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Katrina Krumpane

PQ Master Voice Faculty 

Berlin University of the Arts



Katrina Krumpane, a distinguished German Latvian soprano, has made an enduring impact on the opera world. Graduating with Distinction from the Berlin University of the Arts, she continued her studies while working as a lecturer and collaborating with renowned baritones like KS Siegfried Lorenz and Dietrich Fischer-Diskau.


Krumpane's influence extended globally as a professor at the Berlin University of the Arts in Germany, Kyunghee University, Sungshin Women’s University and Yonsei University in South Korea. She has mentored hundreds of students, many of whom successfully gained admission to prestigious institutions like the Manhattan School of Music, Stanford, Berkeley, and various universities in Germany, Austria, and Italy. Her students have excelled in international competitions and garnered numerous awards.


Known for her versatility, Krumpane has portrayed a stunning array of opera roles, including Pamina, Oscar, Gilda, Susanna, Zerlina, Adele, and Adina, captivating audiences with her performances.

As a champion of nurturing young talent, Katrina Krumpane serves as a jury member for international vocal competitions in Latvia, South Korea, and Germany. Her collaborative research projects, like those with Seoul National University on opera agencies research, showcase her dedication to advancing opera studies.

Adding to her illustrious career, Katrina Krumpane is the founder of the Institute of Voice and Performing Arts. Through this institute, she continues to inspire and educate aspiring artists, solidifying her reputation as a leading figure in the opera world and shaping the future of music and performing arts for generations to come.

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