At the beginning of the 2021/22 season Alina gives her role debut as Zerbinetta in a new production of "Ariadne auf Naxos" at Salzburg State Theatre. She returns to Salzburg as Queen of the Night in February 2022. She also jumped in for Queen of the Night at Oper Leipzig and Staatstheater Wiesbaden. As a member of the ensemble at Staatstheater Braunschweig, Alina sings Oberto ("Alcina") and Queen of the Night ("The Magic Flute") in two new productions at the theatre this season. A concert with Orff's Carmina Burana in Tokyo with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra under Krzystof Urbánski was planned for November 2021(cancelled due to Covid regulations). Her debut with Beethoven Orchester Bonn, which was postponed last season due to Covid-19, takes place in December, conducted by Dirk Kaftan. In January Alina performs Glières Concerto for Coloratura Soprano in Belgrade, Serbia, with Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra under Gabriel Feltz, and in May again Carmina Burana in Munich with Münchner Symphoniker and Florian Ludwig. Another Carmina Burana will follow in June at Tonhalle Zürich under Paavo Järvi and alongside soloists Russell Braun and Max Emanuel Cencic. From May 2022, Alina sings one of the two main roles in Sidney Corbett's opera "Das Große Heft" at Staatstheater Braunschweig, rounding off the opera season with a contemporary production. A second NAXOS CD recording with songs by Johannes Brahms and alongside pianist Ulrich Eisenlohr and Tenor Kieran Carrel is planned for June/ October 2022.

In December 2020, Alina joined the ensemble of Staatstheater Braunschweig for the remainder of the season to sing the roles of Oberto in a new production of Händel’s “Alcina” and the Queen of the Night in a new production of “The Magic Flute” (both had to be cancelled due to the pandemic). Furthermore, Alina gave her debut as Queen of the Night at Salzburg State Theatre in May 2021. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown in Germany from November 2021, her debut with Beethoven Orchestra Bonn had to be cancelled - as well as her debut with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra for Orff’s Carmina Burana.

In summer 2021 Alina recorded all of Johannes Brahms' Volkslieder alongside Ulrich Eisenlohr, Esther Valentin, Kieran Carrell and Konstantin Ingenpaß for NAXOS (to be released in 2022/2023).


Alina was a member of the International Opera Studio at the Opera Cologne from 2018 to 2020, where she debuted as Nightingale (Stravinsky), Frasquita ("Carmen"), Woodbird ("Siegfried" for kids), Queen of the Night (“The Magic Flute" for kids), Olympia („The Tales of Hoffmann“ for kids) and Ernestina in Salieri’s „La Scuola de’ Gelosi“. At the end of the season 2018/19 she created the part of the coloratura soprano in „Je suis Jacques“ with great success. Her debut as Blonde („The Abduction from the Seraglio“) had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Alina returned as a guest to the Cologne opera house at the beginning of the 2020/21 season.

Alina has worked with conductors like François-Xavier Roth, Christoph Gedschold, Rainer Mühlbach, Claude Schnitzler, Arnaud Arbet, Srba Dini
ć, Leslie, Suganandarajah, Gabriel Venzago and Gabriel Feltz, among others.


Whilst still at uni, Alina debuted at the festival Heidelberger Frühling and the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt Berlin in 2017, singing new contemporary lied compositions. In early 2018 she gave her operatic debut at Philharmonie Berlin and Theatre Baden-Baden in a coproduction with Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and the Berliner Philharmoniker, performing the title role in the world premiere of „Ritter Parceval“. In the same year she also guested at Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern as Clara in Haydn’s „Il mondo della luna“.

She was nominated "Newcomer of the year" in the 2019 Opernwelt magazine critic's survey.

With her lied partner Alina was a laureate at the 2017 Paula-Salomon-Lindberg-Competition for classical and modern art song. In summer 2018 she won a special prize for opera at the Concours International de Chant Marmande, France.

Alina held scholarships from Live-Music-Now Yehudi Menuhin Rhein-Neckar, the Richard-Wagner-Verband Heidelberg and the Händel Academy of the International Händel Festival in Karlsruhe.

She took part in master classes with Rudolf Piernay, Elly Ameling, Robert Holl, Klesie Kelly, Anne Le Bozec, Graham Johnson, Axel Bauni, and KS. Brigitte Fassbaender, among others.

She first studied musicology in Frankfurt, then singing and singing pedagogy with Rudolf Piernay and Snežana Stamenković at the Music University of Mannheim. During her studies in Mannheim she also worked on contemporary repertoire with soprano Caroline Melzer.

Born in Frankfurt, Germany, Alina had piano, drums and guitar lessons during her time in school. She also sang jazz and was a member of the children’s choir of the Frankfurt Opera.