Originating from a family of musicians the young soprano Annemarie Pfahler took intensive violin lessons right from the very beginning - leading her lastly to taking lessons from Prof. Friedemann Wetzel. Alongside to this she started taking vocal lessons in her youth and successfully partook as singer within the category ‚Old music‘ of the competition ‚Jugend musiziert‘ on regional-, country- and national level in 2016. Besides, she won the first price of the so called ‚Händelwettbewerb‘ in Karlsruhe 2016, likewise in the category of ‚Old music‘. After accomplishing her A-Levels she continued her education at the vocational school for music in Dinkelsbühl being a student of Magdalene Kautter (violin) and Julia Küsswetter (vocals). Since 2018 she is studying concerto- and opera singing at the HfMDK Frankfurt being a student of Prof. Thilo Dahlmann. Annemarie Pfahler partook several master classes within the Bach-academy Stuttgart with Emma Kirkby, Lothar Odinius and Hans-Christoph Rademann as well as within the ‚Oberstdorfer summer of music‘. Still being at the beginning of her career singing as a soloist and ensemble-singer at numerous concerts she already has given very promising performances and therefore was able to attract attention. Next to her official membership in the chambre choir of Stuttgart (Frieder Bernius) as well as in the ensemble 1684 (Gregor Meyer) or the Walkenried Consort Annemarie Pfahler already sung concertos as soloist in the cathedral of Limburg, Wetzlar and Speyer and also in the Church of Catherine and the Church of Nicolai in Frankfurt. Furthermore she is scholarship holder of the ‚Bach-Concertos Frankfurt e.V.’.