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Daniel Philipp Witte
Daniel Philipp Witte took his musical training at the University of Music and Drama in his home city of Hamburg, as well as with Carol Meyer-Bruetting in Frankfurt am Main. He has sung Faust by Gounod to great acclaim at the Wernigeröder Schlossfestspiele. Guest appearances have also taken him to numerous German and international stages, including the Hamburg Staatsoper, the Theatre National de Bretagne, the Theater Lübeck, and the Volkstheater in Rostock.
In his early years, he was already involved in masterclasses connected with the Bayreuth Festival, the French Royaumont Foundation, and the International Vocal Competition in Hertogenbosch. He also was the recipient of prizes and scholarships from the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation, the Villa Musica Rheinland-Pfalz, as well as Neustart Kultur. As a lieder singer, he has worked with Irwin Gage, Rudolf Jansen, Julius Drake, Robert Holl, Edith Mathis and Burkhard Kehring.
Witte is presently active as a freelance singer, director, and project developer for cultural productions.

Tim Stolte
Tim Stolte studied voice and piano at the Hamburg University of Music and Drama, completing their highest degree in performance (the Konzertexamen) with distinction. He also studied voice with Carol Meyer-Bruetting. His first stage experience was as a cast member at the theatres in Neustrelitz and Görlitz, where he sang many lead roles. For many years he was a regular guest at the Theater Lübeck. Other engagements have taken him to the Cottbus and Meiningen State Theatres, the Wernigeröder Schlossfestspiele, as well as the Oper Kiel, the Volkstheater in Rostock and the Theatre National de Bretagne in Rennes. In addition to singing, he has completed his training as a lied pianist with a concert diploma at the Saar University of Music with Irwin Gage. He is also active internationally as a German diction coach in opera (for example, the Polish National Opera in Warsaw).
Tim Stolte is a recipient of scholarships from the Richard Wagner Association in Hamburg, the Villa Musica Rheinland-Pfalz, and the French Royaumont Foundation. He has also received the Masefield-Studienpreis from the ­Alfred Toepfer Foundation. He has developed the successful Forget Me Not project which examines the life stories of queer composers.

Anette Fischer-Lichdi
Anette Fischer-Lichdi studied piano at the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts as well as art song performance at the Saarbrücken University of Music with Irwin Gage, from which she graduated with distinction. She has been a prize winner in international competitions such as the competition Schubert und die Moderne in Graz and the international Johannes Brahms competition in Pörtschach am Wörthersee. Concerts and art song recitals have taken her across Germany and to Italy, Hungary, Austria, France, Belgium, and Switzerland. She has appeared at the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival and the Klavierfestival Ruhr and is also active as a coach at international competitions and masterclasses. She has been a visiting lecturer for art song coaching at the Mannheim University of Music and since 2019 has fulfilled the same role at the Conservatoire du Nord in Ettelbrück/Luxembourg.