Soprano Claire Singher is the youngest in a long lineage of musicians. Her great-grandfather was the famous conductor Fritz Busch, her grandfather the illustrious French baritone Martial Singher and both her parents have enjoyed long careers in music.

She was born in the Netherlands and grew up and received her education in Germany. After initial vocal study at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst (Conservatory) in Frankfurt, Germany, Ms. Singher was awarded a full scholarship to the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, USA, where she earned a Master of Music.

Numerous concert engagements as soloist include such works as Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, Mozart’s Great Mass in C-minor and Coronation Mass, Haydn’s Creation, Saint-Saëns’ Oratorio de Noël, the Fauré Requiem and Rossini’s Stabat Mater, as well as such modern and contemporary works as Stravinsky’s Les Noces  and Steve Reich’s Tehillim which she performed at the Festival Val Gardena in Italy and which was broadcast on the Italian radio station Rai.

She has sung in the Gewandhaus Leipzig and Merkin Concert Hall in York, as well as in Israel, Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the United States.