Viktoria Matt

soprano

Steckbrief

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“.

Biography

Viktoria Matt was born in December 1998 in Bad Saulgau and began singing with the kids’ choir at the age of four. At the age of nine, she switched to the Bad Saulgau Girls’ Choir, where she received additional vocal training from the choir director at the time, Ms. Waltraud Marschall.

From 2012 to 2015, Viktoria participated in the ‘Jugend musiziert’ competition, where she was awarded prizes up to the national level.

In 2016 followed the participation in a master class with Professor Renate Faltin, within the international summer academy Mozarteum in Salzburg and the beginning of her young studies at the University for Music Trossingen with Prof. Alexandra Coku.

In the year 2018 Viktoria Matt graduated from the  Wirtschaftsgymnasium Bad Saulgau, Germany and in the same year began her bachelor studies in voice at the University of Music Karlsruhe in the class of Prof. Christian Elsner. She attended further master classes with Claudia Visca and Silke Schwarz, among others.

At the end of 2019, the soprano organized her own Christmas concert in her hometown and in 2020 she was a finalist at the 49th National Singing Competition in Berlin.

In 2021 Viktoria Matt moved to the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, where she now studies in the class of KS Prof. Christiane Iven and Sabine Lahm.

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