Bettina von Hindte majored in viola at the Conservatory of Music in Detmold, Germany. It was then that she had her rst voice lessons. From that time on, her urge to sing became stronger and stronger, so she majored in classical singing at the conservatory in Würzburg, Germany, where she received her Diploma in 2010. She was then accepted into the Masters program, which she nished in 2013.
During her studies, she took part in several productions including Richard Strauss's Four Last Songs with Ari Rasilainen in 2013, the premiere of Alexander Muno's Admid The Chanted Joy in 2007, and several Lied concerts with her trio „Peche Melba“ 2013-2015.
She was invited to sing at the „Musicfest“, Perugia, Italy in 2014 and to „Three Bridges International Chamber Music Festival“ in Duluth, Minnesota in 2014 and 2015.
In 2006 she received a scholarship from the Richard Wagner Society in Bayreuth.
In 2015 she won a Grand Award in the wagnerian division of the Gerda Lissner International Voice Competition.
Bettina von Hindte has studied with Edith Mathis, Margreet Honig,
Professor George Shirley and Professor Peter Schreier.