Judith Schmid
c/o Hochschule Luzern
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Judith Schmid; Arsenalstrasse 28 a
Hochschule Luzern, Musik; 6010 Kriens


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My briefest stage appearance: Manon Lescaut. The “Musico” goes on stage, sings, and promptly goes off again.
Warming up, sitting in the dressing room to get your make up on: all this involves no little effort. On the contrary: everything is done so that the Musico – depending on the production and the costumes – can come across as a really colourful character. The challenge for the singer lies in completely mastering her brief appearance. In other words, you have to put as much into this short space of time as you would over a whole evening in other operatic roles.
That also means: if I mess up the moment, that’s it. There’s no other scene for you: no other opportunity to make up for mistakes, neither for the audience nor for you.


I originally wanted to be an opera singer. I studied classical voice at the University of Washington but soon realised I didn't have the instrument or the discipline. The road for opera singers is more difficult than for actors.

Kyle MacLachlan