The soprano Monika Mauch studied singing initially with Richard Wistreich at the Institute of Early Music at the Musikhochschule Trossingen. She continued her training by studying for a year with Jill Feldman in Paris. Since the beginning of her singing career she has focused primarily on projects in the field of early music. She has worked with such leading ensembles as the Ricercar Ensemble, Taverner Consort, Red Byrd, the Hilliard Ensemble, L’arpa festante (Munich), the Ensemble Daedalus (Geneva), CordArte Ensemble (Cologne), and Montreal Baroque. Monika Mauch’s vocal achievements are documented on numerous radio and CD recordings. Her recordings for the Altbachische Archiv and the B minor Mass with Cantus Coelln and her “Morimur” CD with the Hilliard Ensemble have attracted especial attention. As a concert singer Monika Mauch works on a regular basis with conductors such as Roland Wilson, Manfred Cordes, René Jacobs and Philippe Herreweghe.