The Dutch soprano, Caroline Stam, started her singing education at the Amsterdam Sweelinck Conservatory of Music with Erna Spoorenberg. She continued her studies with Margreet Honig and graduated with honours. She sang in masterclasses given by Bernard Kruysen, Elly Ameling and Sarah Walker. She is now being coached by Brian Masuda. In the Grimsby International Competition for singers 1995 she won both the first prize for soprano and the French song prize.
Caroline Stam performed in Holland, Germany, France, Spain and Great Britain in concerts conducted by Robert King, Iván Fischer, Benjamin Ashkenazy, Sir David Willcocks, Patrick Peire, Charles de Wolff and Ton Koopman. Caroline Stam was invited to sing in festivals such as Les Festivals du Trégor, La Folle Journée de Nantes, the Festival du Picardie, the Dollardfestival and the Bremer Bachfest. She has been soprano soloist in Bach’s complete cantata recordings with Ton Koopman and his Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir Since its foundation in 1992 she has been a member of The Amsterdam Baroque Choir. With pianist Dido Keuning she gives Lieder-recitals for the Dutch society “Friends of the Lied”.