Marie SEIDLER  Mezzo-soprano


The young mezzo soprano Marie Seidler as Fatime Never missed an opportunity to shine vocally...
(Giessener Allgemeine,

the German newspaper Gießener Allgemeine wrote on her debut as FATIME in Weber's 'Oberon' under the musical direction of Maestro Michael Hofstetter –a production, that will shortly be released on CD at the label Oehms Classics.

In 2020 she made her successful debut as SESTO in the new production 'Titus' at the Kaiserslautern Theatre.

In summer 2019 Marie Seidler debuted at the Innsbruck Festival of Old Music with the title part in Haendel's OTTONE, re di Germania'. Guest performances with this production followed in 2020 at the Haendel Festival Halle and in Göttingen. Here, she was a member of the ensemble from 2016 to 2019 and could be seen in such roles as CHERUBINO, DORABELLA, DRYADE, OLGA, ANNIO, FLORA and as BOSTANA in Cornelius' 'Der Barbier von Bagdad' and the GOOSE GIRL in Humperdinck's 'Königskinder'.

At the Frankfurt Opera she made her acclaimed debut as CARMEN in a version for children and at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, she debuted as CIESCA in 'Gianni Schicchi'. In Wagner's 'Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg' at the Mainz State Theatre she sang an apprentice.

In summer 2015 Marie Seidler completed her singing studies in Frankfurt am Main with Hedwig Fassbender. She absolved master classes with Malcolm Martineau, Brigitte Fassbaender, Julius Drake, Helmut Deutsch, Angelika Kirchschlager, Christoph Prégardien and Ingeborg Danz. She was a finalist in the Emmerich SmolaContest, scholarshipholder of the Heidelberg Spring, and of the Richard-Wagner-Assocciation Heidelberg. She also was awarded the Trude-Eipperle-Rieger Prize.

Marie Seidler made her opera debut in 2012 at the Aachen Theatre in the title role of Maurice Ravel's L'ENFANT ET LES SORTILÈGES. She gave concerts in Oxford and at the Haendel Festival in London, where she participated at Lady Solti's on the occasion of Sir George Solti's 100 anniversary. Other Liederabende took her to the Schubertìada in Barcelona, the international Hugo-Wolf-Akademy Stuttgart and the German embassies in Paris and in Warsaw.


Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern – Titus - SEXTUS
Especially worth mentioning here are above all Marie Seidler as Sextus and D.K. as Titus. The first-mentioned portrayed the trousers role with a clear, powerful and smooth mezzo soprano voice; I would definitively like to hear more from her.
Das Opernglas 12 / 20 K.Scharffenberger
Stadttheater Giessen –Le Nozze di Figaro– CHERUBINO
But the vocal star oft he eveningg was Marie Seidler, who sings a passionate Cherubino with her fresh mezzo soprano voice.
Der Opernfreund
Stadttheater Giessen – Alp Arslan – MUTTER
Also the smaller parts were perfectly performed. Especially Marie Seidler as Mother.
Giessener Anzeiger
Also the young mezzo soprano and Alp’s Mother, Marie Seidler, presents a sonorous vocal range of two and a half octaves with tremendous depth...
Der Opernfreund
Marie Seidler as his Mother Bent Yaghisiyan declares with a crystal-clear timbre and subtle emphasis, why she was incapable of loving him or his father.
Frankfurter Rundschau
Stadttheater Giessen – Der Barbier von Bagdad – BOSTANA
…like Marie Seidler as Bostanawith her warm mezzo voice.
Stadttheater Giessen –Ein Herbstmanöver – TREZKA
The probabely most beautiful voice of all belongs to MARIE SEIDLER, who with mezzo timbre and an attractive stage appearance grant the general’s daughter Trezka some interesting aspects.
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Stadttheater Giessen – Cosi fan tutte – DORABELLA
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Stadttheater Giessen – Ein Herbstmanöver – TRESZKA
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Stadttheater Giessen – Ein Herbstmanöver – TRESZKA
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Stadttheater Giessen – Ein Herbstmanöver – TRESZKA
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Stadttheater Giessen – BABBEL
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Stadttheater Giessen – Im weisen Rössel – JOSEPHA VOGLHUBER
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Stadttheater Giessen – La Ressurezzione – CLEOFE
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Stadttheater Giessen Le Nozze di Figaro – CHERUBINO
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