Soprano Christine Reber was born in Tuebingen, Germany 
and studied at the University of Music in Freiburg, Germany under Prof. Dr. Bernd Goepfert as well as a scholarship holder at Mannes College of Music in New York under Ruth Falcon. 
At present she works with Mezzo-soprano Carmen Mammoser in Stuttgart/Germany.

Christine Reber’s versatility can be seen in her wide repertory including musical works from different epochs and styles. (For a detailed repertory list (opera/ operetta, 
oratorio and song), please click here.)

Ms. Reber has taken part in national and international master classes presented by Regina Resnik, Renata Scotto, Gundula Janowitz, Brian Zeger, Nico Castel, Charlotte Lehmann, Sylvia Anderson, Patricia Craig, Patricia Wise and Ubaldo Fabbri.

In 2005 she received the Achievement Award for Artistic Excellence from the German Forum in New York.

Different performances and events allowed the soprano to perform in many countries. So could she be heard in the 
United States, her native Germany, in Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, France, Great Britain, Italy, Egypt, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Dubai and Canada.
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In 2006 she sang the memorial service for the victims of 9/ 11 at St. Paul’s Church in New York broadcast by ZDF (Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen) on national television in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Also, Christine Reber could be seen on television of SWR (Südwestrundfunk) as well as heard on different radio shows. 

CD recordings of Christine Reber are the following: the re-discovered songs by German composer Bruno Droste (1918-1969) with musicians of SWR Big Band as well as a world's first recording: songs by Hugo Wolf (Sacred songs as well as Mörike songs) in an arrangement for voice and organ by Max Reger. Horst Allgaier playing the organ. Just recently another world's first recording was published: songs by Esslingen (DE) composer Christian Fink (1831-1911) with Robert Bärwald playing the piano.