Screen Shot 2019-07-22 at 10.42.49 AMBorn in Eupen, Cynthia Hagelstein comes from the small German-speaking eastern region of Belgium.  She was surrounded from an early age by music.  Cynthia Hagelstein follows a classical training : obtaining her Master’s degree in piano in 2016 and her Master’s degree in singing in 2018 at the Academy of Arts in Mons (Belgium) & her diploma in clarinet at the academy of music of Welkenraedt (2011).  She then completes her training  at the European Musical Theatre School  “Way To Stage” (Belgium) where she deepens her acting skills, her musical repertoire and acquires notions of dance.

Always looking to improve, Cynthia Hagelstein follows several masterclasses abroad, especially at the Gstaad Festival in Switzerland (2017) with Inva Mula, at the “Luci della ribalta” Festival in Italy (2017-2018) with Anais Lee, at the “Performance Workshop” in Berlin with Janet Williams, she had lesson with Barbara Bonney (Salzburg), she sung with the Orchestra of the association Folia Musica in Périgord, France (2015).

She gave many concerts in Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China with the “World Youth Choir”.  She has shared 3 sessions in the international choir with singers from all over the world.  Beside the fact that the World Youth Choir is a high-level musical experience, its goal is also to build bridges between people of different culture and to express through music a message of peace.   

Cynthia Hagelstein is a solo soprano in the Euro Symphonic Orchestra.  She performed with this one at Théâtre du Gymnase in Tubize, at Triangelsaal in St-Vith, at Kuursaal in Ostende (Belgium).  In May 2019, she will perform with the orchestra in an Italian repertoire at Palais des Beaux-Arts in Bruxelles, at Forum of Liège as well as at Aula Magna in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium).

Cynthia Hagelstein is a soprano in Qoutayba Ahmed Neaimi’s “Cantata for Peace” project. The ensemble has performed at the Humanity Festival in Mons, The Night of the Museums in Mons and the Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Paris in tribute to the attacks.

Since 2015, Cynthia Hagelstein is also pianist of the duo Mad Multisound (percussion-piano).  The duo’s style extends from jazz to contemporary music and creation.

Being aware of the therapeutic benefits of singing, she also gives sessions of sound meditation accompanied by her voice. 

Cynthia Hagelstein performed the role of Irma Marié in the opera “les bergers” of Offenbach, the role of Margot in the contemporary opera of A. François.  In musical, she will perform the role of Roxie and Mrs. Banks in Mary Poppins.