Vera-Lotte is currently engaged in the Vienna State Opera ensemble. The highly versatile singer devotes herself enthusiastically to presenting a broad spectrum of music. The artist sings the most varied of roles, from operetta to grand opera to contemporary music, and takes joy in exploring her characters’ depths and shallows in both vocal and dramatic intensity.

In the current season she can be heard in Vienna as Adele (Fledermaus), Micaëla (Carmen), Fusako Kuroda (“Das verratene Meer”) and Musetta (“La Bohème”). In addition, she will debut in Vienna in two roles by Giuseppe Verdi: Gilda in “Rigoletto” and Nanetta in “Falstaff”. She can be heard at the Bavarian State Opera as Nadja in Georg Friedrich Haas’s opera “Bluthaus”, directed by Claus Guth. As concert singer, the artist is debuting at the Vienna Konzerthaus with Beethoven’s cantata “Der glorreiche Augenblick” conducted by Andrés Orozco Estrada; she will sing the “Lulu Suite” for the first time at Vienna’s Musikverein under Joana Mallwitz’s baton.

In recent seasons, Vera-Lotte Boecker was a member of the ensemble of the Komische Oper Berlin, where she learned several key operatic roles, such as Violetta Valéry (“La Traviata”), Sophie (“Der Rosenkavalier”) and Donna Anna (“Don Giovanni”). In addition, she sang in less well-known works, including “Frühlingsstürme” (Opus Klassik Award 2021) as Lydia and the title role in “Viktoria und ihr Husar”.

Other highlights of her career thus far are her debut at the Bavarian State Opera, where she stepped in at the last minute to sing Eudoxie in “La Juive” (Bieito/de Billy), her interpretation of Agnès in George Benjamin’s “Written on Skin” at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow (Katie Mitchell/Frank Ollu), as well as her interpretation of Pamina in Barrie Kosky’s successful production of “The Magic Flute”, acclaimed in the press many times, with performances in Paris, Tokyo and New York. The artist debuted with great success at the Salzburg Festival as Autonoe in Henze’s “Bassariden” (Warlikowski/Nagano).

Vocally, Vera-Lotte is supported by Jack LiVigni and Tanja Ariane Baumgartner. In her private life she is an enthusiastic yogi, and is interested in physics, philosophy and stage direction. She lives in beautiful Vienna.