Ann-Katrin Naidu has emerged as a most sought-after mezzo-soprano who is at home on the stages of the opera houses as well as on concert and recital stages.

Her discography includes her highly acclaimed solo debut recording of lieder by Brahms, Fanny Hensel, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss.

Ann-Katrin Naidu has performed with the San José Symphony where she sang in Leonard Bernsteins Kaddish Symphony and with the Charleston Symphony singing Marguerite in La Damnation by Hector Berlioz as well as Bach's B minor Mass.

Performances with her home company,the Statetheater Gaertnerplatz in Munich include all major Mezzo roles such as Cherubino, Idamante, Niklas in Tales of Hoffman, the Composer in Ariadne of Naxos, Charlotte in Werther, Mignon, Joan of Arc and her highly acclaimed most successful role Carmen.

In Dresden Semper Opera she made her Debut as Clairon in Capriccio.
Zubin Mehta has engaged her to the Nationaltheater in Munich to sing Wellgunde and Waltraute in the Ring des Nibelungen as well as Meg Page in Falstaff.

With Lorin Maazel she went on a concert tour with Luisa Miller that took her to Valencia, Spain and La Scala in Milan.

As a celebrated recitalist and concert artist Naidu performed at the Prague Autumn Festival singing Mahler Songs of a Wayfarer. She sang with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra performing the third Symphony by Mahler in Tokyo.

Born in Stuttgart, Naidu studied at the Art Conservatory with Luisa Bosabalian and with Brigitte Fassbaender. She was awarded a diploma with distinction. Already as a student she made her debut at the State Opera of Stuttgart. Following engagements that took her to several Opera houses of Germany and Switzerland, she moved to Munich, where she now lives.