Sabine Lutzenberger finished her recorder studies at the Musikhochschule Zürich in 1990 and subsequently gained her diploma in Medieval and Renaissance singing at the famous Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
She has been a member of the "Ensemble for Early Music, Augsburg" (Ensemble für frühe Musik Augsburg) for years, and is a pioneer of medieval singing. Furthermore she received important inspiration through her work with well-known groups like Mala Punica (Italy), Huelgas Ensemble/Paul Van Nevel (Belgium), Sequentia (France), Concerto Palatino/Bruce Dickey (Italy) and Millenarium (France) and soon established herself as one of the foremost interpreters of Medieval and Renaissance repertoire in Europe.
Her repertoire spans the 9th to 17th centuries, with an additional focus on contemporary music.
Sabine has performed in most of the well-known festivals of Early Music in Europe and beyond, such as Festival d’Ambronay, Festival van Vlaanderen, Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, Laus Polyphoniae Antwerpen, Tage Alter Musik Regensburg, Festival de Saintes, Festival Le Thoronet, Festival „il canto delle pietre“, MDR Musiksommer, Resonanzen Wien, Zeitfenster Berlin, 4020 Linz, and many others.
Hildegard von Bingen: Antiphon O splendidissima gemma - excerpt
Claudio Monteverdi: Ohime, ci cado
Guillaume de Machaut: Fortune qui oncques n'est seure
Heinrich von Meissen: In gottes schoß