De show van je leven rondom Monique van der Ven, als gast zangeres voor het zingen van Casta Diva.
Nieuwjaarsmatinee live vanuit het Concertgebouw met het NL.Blaasensemble, show-aria.
Achterwerk in de kast, VPRO, theatershow live met het NL.Blazersensemble.
Panellid bij Harde Noten, AVRO, klassieke muziekquiz.
Als één van de (nep)dochters van Cristina Deutekom in \\\\\\\"Zo moeder zo dochter\\\\\\\".
Als 'alter-ego' in show rondom Adéle Bloemendaal en Jenny Arean.
Singing actress in opera''s and theatre plays, see \\\\\\\"singing\\\\\\\"
Fotomodel voor grote maten, ook lopen van modeshows.
Opende de fashionshow van Mart Visser in de Beurs van Berlage, zong daar in zijn kleding enkele aria's en showde zijn kleding.
Wiebke Göetjes was born and raised in Monnickendam. She studied at the Conservatory of Utrecht with professor Marianne Blok, graduation in 1992. At the same time she studied in the Opera class of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague directed by conductor Kenneth Montgomery. She currently studies with Cristina Deutekom and Monica Pick-Hieronimi.
After her graduation she was immediately given a contract for the role of Carlotta Giudicelli in the Dutch version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical “The Phantom of the Opera”, a part which she performed about 600 times in two years!
In 1995 she was contracted by the State Theater of Meiningen, Germany, where she made her debut in the title role of Verdi’s “Aida”.
She remained in Meiningen for four years, singing many leading parts in her vocal range, among them: Tosca, Aida, Elisabeth/Tannhäuser, Leonore/Fidelio, Senta/The Flying Dutchman, Araidne/Ariadne auf Naxos, Donna Anna/Don Giovanni, Konstanze/The Abduction from the Seraglio, Dolly/Sly, and working with such prestigious stage directors as Peter Konwitschny (Aida), Pet Halmen (Tannhäuser) and Brigitte Fassbinder (Ariadne auf Naxos).
After she left Meiningen to work as a free-lance, she was engaged by the State Opera of Stuttgart to participate in their acclaimed RING (Ring der Nibelungen) as Ortlinde in “The Walküre”. This complete RING has recently been broadcasted and is now available on Dvd.
Her next engagement brought her to the opera house of Pforzheim where she made her debut as Princess Turandot in Puccini’s opera of the same name, a role that will be important in her carreer and which she will perform in the State Opera of Prague in the coming season with Peter Dvorsky as Kalaf. The Prague Opera also succesfully hoasted her debut of Abigaille in Verdi’s Nabucco earlier this season.
Before debuting in Prague in April of last season she was engaged by the State Opera of Kassel, Germany, where she performed the title role in Madama Butterfly by Puccini, did a new production of Wagner’s Tannhäuser where she could star again in one of her most important parts, Elisabeth, this time working with British director Rosamund Gilmore, and was a special guest in the musical “On the Town” by Leonard Bernstein in which she played the role of Russian Prima Donna/Singing teacher, Miss Dilly.
As a crown on the season she received the “TZ-rose”, a prize given by the important newspaper of Germany, die Tageszeitung, for her creation of Antonia in Hoffman’s Erzählungen by Jac. Offenbach, which she performed in the Operfestival of Gut Immling am Chiemsee.
In the running season she performs the part of Mrs. Swout (Alzheimer patient of 80 years old) in the worldpremiere of the opera Alzheimer.
Next season she will make her debut as Brünnhilde/Walküre in R.Wagner's Ring des Nibelungen for the Bangkok Opera,
as well as performances in Germany as Tosca in Tosca.
She is a regular guest in the traditional Amsterdam Openair Opera, where she sang Lady Macbeth in Verdi’s Macbeth, Giselda in I Lombardi and Odabella in Attila in concert, the latter also staged for “Rotterdam European Capital of Culture” in 2001.
As well as opera, Wiebke enjoys singing concerts and oratorio. Recently she toured Germany with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Halle with whom she sang “The Four Last Songs” by
R. Strauss. Also in Germany she was soloist in several performances of Mahler 4 Symphony and Mahler 2 Symphony with the Vogtland Philharmonic and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Theatre of Meiningen. She has performed the soprano part in Verdi’s “Requiem” in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam many times and has been invited for return engagements in the coming years.
Together with her pianist Gilbert den Broeder she frequently performs Lied and Opera recitals in the Netherlands and abroad.
Besides her own activities as a singer, she feels obliged to help young singers with her experience, and gives workshops and private singing lessons.
Zing in vele internationale operahuizen, hoofdrollen als:
Aida, Tosca, Turandot, veel Wagnerheldinnen etc.
TV Commercial voor Schoonenberg gehoorapparaten 2011