Viktoria Matt



Where do I come from?

I’m from Bad Saulgau, a small town close to Lake Constance

Why do I sing?

Because it makes me happy and I coundn’t imagine my life without it.

And what do I like apart from singing?

Good Food

My own personal musical highlight?

It may not be a musical highlight, but at the age of 17 I got the opportunity to sing in a concert from the Summer Academy at Mozarteum which was announced as „Particularly qualified students will show there talent“. It turned out that I was only allowed to sing, because I did not have this opportunity a lot, but in this speical moment, I was prouder than ever.

My motto?

The golden rule: “Do not treat others in ways that you would not like to be treated“.


The soprano Viktoria Matt was born in Bad Saulgau (Baden-Württemberg) and was already a young student at the HfM Trossingen in the class of Prof. Alexandra Coku during her school years.

In 2018 she began her bachelor’s degree in singing at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe with Prof. Christian Elsner and has been continuing her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich in the class of Prof. Christiane Iven since 2021.

Since 2023 she is now studying in the master’s program „Concert Singing“, still in the class of KS. Prof. Christiane Iven. She attended master classes with Prof. Renate Faltin and Prof. Claudia Visca.

In 2022 she sang Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and Bach’s Magnificat with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lahav Shani as a substitute with the Munich Bach Choir on a concert tour in Israel.

She sang concerts with songs and arias as a soloist in the „Auditorio di Campagna“ in Montecastelli (Italy), in the Baroque Hall of Tegernsee Castle, in Ettal Monastery as part of the Classic Summer Festival, and in the Hegel Hall of the Liederhalle in Stuttgart.

Within the productions of the „Musiktheater im Reaktor“ of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, Viktoria participated in the highly acclaimed world premiere of the music theatre „s p u r e n“ at the Munich Biennale in 2022 and was seen in the role of Nella in the production „Gianni Schicchi / Aventures“ (by Puccini and Ligeti) in May 2023.

Besides her passion for music, Viktoria played handball for fourteen years. She also loves books, coffee and ice cream.




Viktoria Matt (soprano) & Hiroko Utsumi (piano)

Live Recording 20.01.2022