The Danish Mezzosoprano Lisbeth Rasmussen Juel was born in Kopenhagen. Here she gathered her first valuable Singing experience since early childhood in various Choirs. At the age of 19 she was taught and mentored singing by Danish Mezzosoprano Maria Kontra, at the prestigous MGK, a program for young musical talents.

After finishing her Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Performance at the Royal Danish Academy of Music she moved to Stuttgart, Germany in 2013

In 2017 Lisbeth Rasmussen Juel succesfully finished her Master Degree in Opera Performance from Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart in April 2017 under guidance of Prof. Ulrike Sonntag.

She attended Masterclasses by Andreas Schmidt, Helmut Deutsch, Paul Esswood, Lynne Dawson, Malcolm Walker, Brigitte Fassbänder, Margreet Honig, Jeanne Piland, Brenda Rein and Falk Struckmann.

In 2009 she won the Danish competition for young singers „Unge synger klassisk“ (Young Singing classically) and in October 2015 she was a finalist in the “Lions Club Competition” in Stuttgart.

She received several Scholarships, among others “Das Deutschlandstipendium” (2016), “Live Music Now! the Yehudi Menuhin Stiftung Stuttgart (2015-17)” and the “Richard Wagner Scholarship 2017″

During her studies she has been seen on stage at the Wilhelma Theater, Stuttgart, several times. She sang the parts of Mercedes in „Carmen“, Cherubino in „Le Nozze di Figaro“ and Niklausse in „Les contes d’Hoffmann“.

In 2015 she sang “Rodrigo” in a concert version with original instruments under conductor Jörg Halubek.

In july and august 2016 she sang the part of “Linda Wallander” in the new production and worldpremiere of “W-The truth beyond” by the Swedish composer Fredrik Sixten. It was conducted by Philip Amelung and performed in Tübingen, Germany, and at the theater of the Swedish city of the “Wallander crime thrillers”, Ystad.

March-May 2017 Lisbeth has been singing the part of “Medoro” in Händels “Orlando” at Theater Heilbronn under Michael Form and director Axel Vornam.

In July 2017 she was the soloist of the first ever performance of “Nature’s Complaint to God about Human Kind”, a modern Oratorium  for Ochestra, Choir and Soloist written by Philip Carleston and performed with Ochestra “La Banda Modern”.