The German soprano, Angelika Lenter, received, in addition to an intensive violin training, her first singing lessons with Rosina Ragg in Ludwigsburg and later with Professor Bruce Abel in Stuttgart. In 2001 she began to study singing at the Musikhochschule Karlsruhe with Professor Christiane Hampe and completed this in early 2005. From the spring of 2005, she studied at the Institut für Musiktheater in Karlsruhe with Professor Ingrid Haubold. In summer 2007, she completed the program successfully.
Besides her studies, Angelika Lenter unfolded an active solo concert career, she is now expanding with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. So in 2008 she appeared as guest at the Festival of European Church Music in Schwäbisch Gmünd and the European Music Festival in Stuttgart. Engagements as a freelancer have connected her with the SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart. Concert tours have taken her to neighboring countries such as Italy, France and Switzerland. She is also a member of the Vokalensemble Rastatt and the Ensemble Officium Tübingen, where she also takes part in solo singing and CD productions.
Angelika Lenter had her first stage experience in 2004 in a series of performances of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte as Pamina at the Jugendtheater Koblenz. In autumn 2006, She participated in another production of the Jugendtheater Koblenz, as Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro by W.A. Mozart. She also performed at Bayreuter Barock 2008 in a production of Rameau's Les Fêtes d’Hébé ou Les Talents lyriques. In summer 2009, Angelika Lenter paticipasted in the play Judith at the Salzburg Festival, and in 2009-2010 season in a co-production of the Staatstheaters and Schauspielhauses Stuttgart in the Swabian capital.