Céline Steudler


"I put together the notes that love each other."
W. A. Mozart


Céline Steudler obtained the teaching Master as well as the Master of Concert at the High Music School of Geneva. Then, the Master of Opera was delivered to her by the High School of Arts in Bern (HKB).

The soprano has received the teaching of various masters, including Vincent Vittoz, Ion Buzea, Marie Devellereau and Ivan Konsulov.

Céline Steudler started in the roles of Bastienne (Mozart), Stasi (Kalman) and Anitra (Grieg).

On the occasion of the tour with the Fribourg Opera, she was able to perform in the Massy Opera, in Besançon and also in the Charleroi Opera in Belgium.

Under the direction of Laurent Gendre, Céline Steudler performed in the Szenen aus Goethes Faust at the Kultur Casino in Bern.

In the theatre of Biel/Solothurn (TOBS), we could hear the soprano in several roles: Tatjana (Tchaikovsky), La Marchesa Lucinda (Piccinni), Arminda (Mozart) and Suzanne in Figaro, a creation by the swiss composer Christian Henking.

In the same house but in the contemporary style, the singer sung the beautiful role of Elsa, famous figure of Lohengrin, but this time in S. Sciarrino’s version, under the direction of Yannis

Pouspourikas. The creation was also performed in the Bolzano Theatre (Italy).

In the last season, Céline Steudler sung the role of La Dubois in TOBS, in the opera Casanova in der Schweiz, a work by Paul Burkhard, very beautiful music inspired by Richard Strauss.

In the chamber and sacred music repertoire, Céline Steudler has notably performed in the fantastic Harawi by Olivier Messiaen and the19 Polish melodies of Chopin in the original language. Under the direction of Guillaume Tourniaire, we could hear her in the Midsummer Night’s Dream of Mendelssohn as well as the Seven Last Words of Christ (Haydn), directed by Gabriel Ducommun.

Céline Steudler is the winner of the Elvira Lüthi Wegmann Award. She was also selected at Queen Sonja International Competition in Oslo, Norway, 2013.

Since the beginning of 2021, the soprano’s association (Ars Cantica) promotes a new project called OperaShots, which are opera clips online, on the Facebook’s page of the association. This project was originally created during the lockdown, when the concert halls and theatres were closed.

In 2022, OperaShots was presented on stage several times and met with great success!



  • Bastienne, Mozart
  • Fiordiligi, Mozart
  • Comtessa, Mozart
  • Antonia, Offenbach
  • Tatjana, Tchaikowsky
  • Frau Fluth, Nicolai
  • Anitra, Grieg
  • Lauretta, Puccini
  • La Madre, Il Prigioniero, L. Dallapiccola
  • La Marchesa Lucinda, N. Piccinni
  • Arminda, Mozart
  • Suzanne, Christian Henking
  • Elsa, S. Sciarrino
  • Manon Lescaut, Puccini
  • La Dubois, P. Burkhard
  • Arabella, R. Strauss
  • Marguerite, Gounod
  • Nedda, Leoncavallo
  • Leonora, Verdi
  • La Wally, Catalani
  • Salome, R. Strauss


  • Grieg Op. 48
  • Schönberg, Sechs Lieder für Stimme & Orchester
  • Britten, Songs from the Chinese
  • Villa-Lobos, Mélodies pour chant-guitare et chant-piano
  • Messiaen, La mort du nombre, Harawi
  • Kurtag, Kafka Fragmente
  • Chopin Mélodies polonaises op.74


  • Haydn, Les sept dernières paroles du Christ sur la croix
  • Haydn, Arianna a Naxos
  • Schumann, Szenen aus Goethes Faust
  • J. Treichel, Zu der schwarzen Garten
  • Pergolesi, Stabat Mater
  • Rossini, Stabat Mater, Inflammatus
  • Haydn, Die Jahreszeiten