Christine Börsch-Supan

Christine Börsch-Supan, born in 1987 in Herdecke, is a singer, composer and performer. She studied jazz singing and completed a master's degree in "Digital Music Production and Live Electronics" at the University of Music in Würzburg. She attended further training and master classes in free improvisation and new music as well as dance and bodywork. Her artistic focus is the band HOPE, a four-piece avant-garde pop formation founded in 2014. Since then, numerous international tours and festival appearances have taken place. The debut album Hope was released in October 2017, followed by the single Shame in January 2020. Christine Börsch-Supan lives and works in Berlin. In addition to HOPE, she composes, sings and performs for theatre and dance productions as well as cross-disciplinary performances. She contributed sound concept and voice for Echo+Narziss (impulstanz vienna 2017), Narkosis (Open Spaces Berlin 2017), the immersive concert installation Hope + Moritz Majce (Pop-Kultur Berlin 2018), the dance production re-member (Kampnagel Hamburg 2020), the sound installation Usambaraveilchen (Spielart Munich 2021) and the dance production Snitmønster (FELD Theater Berlin 2022).

(Information as of 2022)