Prof. Charlotte Lehmann was born in Zweibrücken in 1938. She studied singing with Sybille Ursula Fuchs and Paul Lohmann.
She was active worldwide as a concert singer and recorded numerous works for several German radio stations. In 1982 she was nominated for the German Record Critics’ Award for her interpretation of songs by Debussy and Schönberg. As a singing professor, she taught at the Hanover Academy of Music from 1972 and moved to the Würzburg Academy of Music in 1988. Her students include renowned prize winners (Thomas Quasthoff, Simon Bode, Sarah Ferede, Christina Bock, Thoman Berau, Tilman Lichdi, among others). She is honorary president of the Federal Association of German Singing Teachers and editor of the “Aria Books” by Bach and Mozart published by Bärenreiter and “Von Schönberg bis Rihm: Eine Anleitung zum Studium des zeitgenössischen Liedes” published by Schott.