Austria’s Caroline Kreutzberger laid the foundations for her musical career at a very young age. She started with piano lessons, played the bass guitar and attended music school in her home town of Klosterneuburg near Vienna.
This was followed by training in dance, acting and singing at a musical studio and in early 2013 she received a diploma in jazz and pop singing from the Vienna Music Institute. Her breakthrough came in the spring of 2011 when she came third in the Austrian edition of the singing competition “The Voice”.
Her strong performance in the RTL TV show “Supertalent” in the autumn of 2011 where her take on Celine Dion’s “Pour Que Tu M’aimes Encore” brought her success far beyond Austria.
Since then, Caroline Kreutzberger has established herself as one of Austria’s great voices and become one of the most in demand singers on the national music scene thanks to her extensive repertoire. Since 2012 alone, she has hosted and performed as artist in residence at 1,000 shows for Vienna Marriott Hotel, one of Vienna’s most well-known international hotel chains, with numerous national and international musicians. Furthermore she is a popular act on stages and at festivals throughout Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Poland and the Czech Republic and has performed at shows for international brands like Lufthansa, Calzedonia and Swarovski.
Besides these many performances, in recent years she has worked to further her own artistic career with Vienna-based music manager and producer Daniel Pepl: In 2017, Caroline released her first pop album “Bis Zum Horizont” (Fullmax Recordings) to be recorded entirely in German, earning her radio airplay in Germany, Belgium, Austria and South Tyrol. The song “Melodie in Dir” made it into heavy rotation on German radio stations.
Caroline Kreutzberger’s second album “Vita & Vibes” (Fullmax Recording; release date: 27 September 2019) is set to come out in late September. The album shows off her international side: Caroline is opening herself up to the European market with 14 pop songs in English, Italian, German, French and Polish.
“After travelling a lot in recent years, I’ve been exposed to so many languages and cultures. The nice thing about this was that - no matter where I was - we all understood each other! Because when it comes down to it, we’re all the same. That is why I decided to record my album in five languages,” Caroline says when asked about her new album “Vita & Vibes” and her understanding of Europe.