Elisabeth Freyhoff



Where do I come from?

One part comes from the Georgian capital Tbilisi and the other from Kehl on the Rhine bordering Strasbourg.

Why do I sing?

Because it is without question the most beautiful, pure and complete form of expression.

And what do I like apart from singing?

All that is fun, challenging or enriching!

My own personal musical highlight?

My role debut as „Star Otis“ in „The Canterville Ghost“ – a production of the Chamber Opera Munich.

My motto?

Nothing ventured, nothing gained.


Soprano Elisabeth Freyhoff was born in the Georgian capital Tbilisi. As a child, she moved with her family to Kehl on the Rhine, a small town bordering the French city of Strasbourg, where she enjoyed a Franco-German education. During her A-levels, Freyhoff was a junior student in voice at the Freiburg Academy for the promotion of gifted students with Prof. Angela Nick.

In 2017, she began her bachelor’s studies with KS Prof. Christiane Iven and Sabine Lahm at HMT Munich, Germany, where she has now also been studying for her master’s degree in concert singing since October 2021. Freyhoff has already appeared in two summer productions of the Kammeroper München: 2019 first in the role of “Stars Otis” in the pastiche opera “The Canterville Ghost” and in 2020 in the leading role of “Caroline” in D. Cimarosa’s “The Secret Marriage” (“Il matrimonio segreto”).

In the same year, the soprano made her role debut as “Serpetta” in Mozart’s “La finta giardiniera” and the following year appeared on stage as “Pamina” in “The Magic Flute”, both in the context of the annual of the annual “Musiktheater im Reaktor” project of the HMT Munich.

Her Lied and concert activities have already taken Freyhoff to renowned orchestras such as the orchestras, such as the Bremen Philharmonic and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. venues, such as the Bremen concert hall “Die Glocke” in 2017, the Weimar festival “MelosLogos” in 2019 “MelosLogos” and to the “Château de Pourtalès” in Strasbourg and in 2021 to the Mozart residence in Salzburg as well as to the Philharmonie im Gasteig in Munich.

Since 2020 Freyhoff is a scholarship holder of the “Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes”.


Elisabeth Freyhoff (soprano)
Sophie Holma (piano)

Live Recording – 07.04.2022

„Frère! Voyez!“ – Sophie’s aria from „Werther“ by Jules Massenet

Elisabeth Freyhoff (soprano)
Chiho Togawa (piano)

Live recording – April 2022

„Deh vieni non tardar“ – Susanna’s Aria from „Le Nozze di Figaro“ by W. A. Mozart

Elisabeth Freyhoff (soprano)
Chiho Togawa (piano)

Live recording – April 2022

„6 Lieder“ op.48 (No.1, 3, 5) by Edvard Grieg

Elisabeth Freyhoff (soprano) & Chiho Togawa (piano)

Live recording – 21.01.2020