Soprano singer Constanze Störk from the Hegau-Bodensee region,Germany, took her first steps in music studying how to play the violin at the age of seven, before receiving her first singing and piano lesson at the age of 19. Since October 2010, she has been studying singing at the HfMT in Cologne. In July 2014, she completed her bachelor's degree with a top grade of 1.0 with Prof. Lioba Braun, where she is currently completing her master's degree. In 2016, she started an additional Bachelor's in Vocal Pedagogy with Ingeborg Greiner. Masterclasses with Johannes Martin Kränzle, Prof. Michael Hampe, Dalia Schaechter, Prof. Klesie Kelly-Moog and Prof. Claudia Visca, give her further important impulses on her artistic work. Besides lively concert activity, Constanze was cast as Musetta, with the Philharmonic Südwestfalen. She did her first guest performance at Cologne Opera, where she was part of the children's opera Die Nachtigall. In May 2015, she debuted in Bizet's Carmen, as Frasquita at the Theater and Konzerthaus Solingen, and at the Stadttheater Remscheid, with the Bergisch Symphoniker, conducted by Peter Kuhn, directed by Igor Folwill. In addition to her on-stage success as Frasquita, Constanze was a prizewinner in the podium of young vocalists of the VDKC in Essen in 2015 and is one of the finalists of the Bach contest BECA 2016 in Barcelona.