Uschi Krosch was born in Berlin in 1964, but has lived in Hamburg for over 20 years, where she works as a choir director, musician, music teacher and vocal coach. She studied piano and early musical education at the Musikhochschule Köln and cultural management at the HWP Hamburg; she completed her diploma in choral conducting at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg. She was a singer in the chamber choir "Der junge Chor Aachen" under the direction of Fritzter Wey and in the Harvestehuder Kammerchor under the direction of Claus Bantzer. She directs three Hamburg choirs: since 2001 she has worked with the Madrigalchor Eppendorf, in 2004 she founded the Kammerchor Altona, and since 2011 she has directed the newly founded choir of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. She has been collaborating with Hamburg composers for several years. In addition to her work as a choir director, Uschi Krosch regularly works as a vocal coach for the theater and has musically supervised productions at the Thalia Theater Hamburg, Kampnagel, Theater Göttingen and Theater Bremen, among others. At the Thalia Theater she is the musical director (with Ekaterina Antonenko) of Kirill Serebrennikov's production of „The Black Monk".
Étude on a night trip (Chorleitung)
Schrecklich amüsant – aber in Zukunft ohne mich
The Black Monk (Musikalische Einstudierung)
The Black Monk (Musical Director)