Isabel Hindersin


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Isabel Hindersin was born in Barcelona, where she also grew up.

She initially trained as an actress at the renowned Otto-Falckenberg-Schule in Munich, before graduating as an opera singer from the Lucerne Academy of Music and attending the Cologne Opera Studio. She is also a state-certified simultaneous interpreter and interpreted live for ZDF's "Blue Sofa" for several years.

She has embodied acting roles such as Rosalinde in "As You Like It", Gretchen in "Urfaust", Amalie in "The Robbers" and the title role in "Minna von Barnhelm", in which she has appeared at the Munich Kammerspiele, the Schauspielhaus Cologne, the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf and the Bad Hersfeld Festival, among others. She has also appeared in musical theatre roles such as Adele in "Die Fledermaus", Pamina in "The Magic Flute" and the title roles in "The Coronation of Poppea" and "My Fair Lady" at the National Theatre in Mannheim, the Cologne Opera and the Münster Theatre, among others.

One focus of her singing career has been contemporary music. She appeared at the Konzerthaus Berlin in the German premiere of Birtwistle's "The Io Passion". At the Schwetzingen SWR Festival, she sang the leading female role in Hidalgo's opera "Bacon" as well as in Kerger's opera "Fintenzauber" at the Grand Théatre Luxembourg.

She has also appeared in the title roles of interdisciplinary works such as Honegger's "Jeanne d'Arc au bucher" at the Festival Theater der Welt, "Havana 1804 - Alexander von Humboldt" in a co-production with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the City of Havana and "Medea" by Benda on WDR Radio Klassik.

Her versatility is also evident in numerous appearances in film and television such as the ARD crime series "Tatort", the ZDF political series "Das Kanzleramt" and the feature film "Paradiso", which was awarded a "Silver Bear to the Ensemble" at the Berlinale 2000. She also shot the series "Crematorio" in her native Spain, as well as the recent cinema film "De púrpura y escarlata".

Since October 2016, she has been a professor of scenic music theatre at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK).

Isabel Hindersin made her directorial debut at the Centre de Perfeccionament Plácido Domingo - Palau de les Arts València Reina Sofía, Valencia, in 2013 with "Cosi fan tutte" by W.A. Mozart.

As part of her professorship at the UdK Berlin, she then directed the Berlin premiere of "Angels in America" in 2019 with great success, as well as "The Coronation of Poppea", "Dido and Aeneas" and "The Marriage of Figaro". Her production of Máté Bella’s opera "Frühling Erwachen" made a guest appearance at the Liszt Ferenz Academy in Budapest in 2022.

Her productions of "Orpheus in the Underworld" and "The Merry Widow" at the Bremerhaven City Theatre drew standing ovations from audiences and received excellent reviews. She will soon be staging Wagner's "Die Feen" and Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia".

Richard WagnerDie FeenMecklenburgisches Landestheater Neustrelitz, 2025N.N.
Benjamin BrittenThe Rape of LucretiaBerlin University of the Arts, 2024Errico Fresis
Franz LehárThe Merry WidowBremerhaven City Theatre, 2024Hartmut Brüsch
Jacques OffenbachOrpheus in the Underworld
(1874 Edition)
Bremerhaven City Theatre, 2023Hartmut Brüsch
W.A. MozartThe Marriage of FigaroBerlin University of the Arts, 2022Errico Fresis
Máté BellaMáté Bella „Frühling Erwachen“
guest appearance in Budapest
Ferenz Liszt Academy Opera Festival, April 2022 Errico Fresis
Gergely Vajda/Mátè BellaGeorgia Bottoms / Frühling ErwachenBerlin University of the Arts, 2021Errico Fresis
Peter EötvösAngels in AmericaBerlin University of the Arts, 2019Christian Schumann
Claudio MonteverdiThe Coronation of PoppeaBerlin University of the Arts, 2018Amaru Soren
Henry PurcellDido and AeneasBerlin University of the Arts, 2017Walewein Witten
W.A. MozartDer SchauspieldirektorBerlin University of the Arts, 2017Yonatan Cohen
W. A. MozartCosi fan tutteCentre de Perfeccionament „Plácido Domingo“
Opera Valencia Palau de les arts Reina Sofia
Regie-Debut, Juni 2013
Marco Guidarini

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