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The dramatic soprano Wiebke Göetjes studied in Utrecht and in The Hague with Marianne Blok, with further training under Cristina Deutekom. She is now a pupil of Monica Pick-Hieronimi and the opera-coach Anthony Legge, in preparation for her rôles as Brünnhilde, Elektra and Isolde. As a member of the Meiningen and Kassel State Theatre she undertook the most important young dramatic soprano rôles, Aida, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Fidelio, Ariadne, Elisabeth in Tannhäuser, Senta, Donna Anna, Elettra, Konstanze, Antonia, Madame Dilly, Lady Billows, Santuzza and Wolf Ferrari’s Dolly in Sly, and appeared at theatres in Heidelberg, Rostock, Cottbus, and Halle. She sang Turandot in Pforzheim and then Abigaille at the Prague State Opera, with Lady Macbeth, Norma and Odabella in Amsterdam.

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