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Claudia Koreck is a dynamic singer-songwriter with a unique voice that can switch between German, English, and Bavarian accents with ease. She was born in Traunstein, Germany, on May 28, 1986. Her musical career started when she was twelve years old, and when she won prizes in the Berlin Festival’s “Meeting Young Music Scene” competition in 2002 and 2003, people began to notice her potential right away.

Early and Career

Koreck grew up in Traunstein before relocating to Hufschlag, where her early exposure to music laid the foundation for her future achievements. She focused mostly on honing her guitar-playing skills. Her major break came when she sang the song “Fliang” (Flying) on Bayern 3 radio in 2007.

After being released on August 17, 2007, her debut album, also known as “Fliang,” reached its highest position at number one on the Bavarian best-selling albums list and number fifteen on the German music charts. Thanks to this early success, Koreck rose to prominence in the music business. She was also prominently involved in the Menschskinder project, proving her commitment to important collaborations in music.

The 2008 film adaptation of Brandner Kaspar’s story by Joseph Vilsmaier featured a theme song written by Koreck, “S’ewige Lem,” which expanded her artistic boundaries. After that, in 2009, she had the opportunity to demonstrate her skills nationally when, with the song “I wui das du woaßt,” she competed for Bavaria in Stefan Raab’s Federal Vision Song Contest, finishing a creditable tenth. In the same year, “Barfuaß um die Welt,” her second studio album, was produced.

When Koreck received the extraordinary chance to open for the Eagles on their tours in Germany in 2011, it was clear that she could captivate a broad audience. To further highlight her versatility in a range of musical contexts, she sang the lead vocals for the Disney Junior hit “LaLeLu” in 2011.

Koreck’s engagement in the 2013 music project “Cpt. Nepomuk’s Friendly Heart Choir Club,” where she recorded the song “Weida” with other Bavarian musicians, demonstrates her commitment to collaborating with others.

Koreck’s co-writing of “To Better Times,” the official Star Hour song for 2021, with Gunnar Graewert in 2020 demonstrated her skill as a songwriter. The alliance rocketed to the top of the GfK charts in Bavaria for four weeks in a row, thanks to an exceptional array of artists.

A noteworthy event in Koreck’s career occurred in 2021 when she recorded a cover of Nena’s “Somehow, somewhere, sometime” for the first episode of the 14th season of the television program “Der Bergdoktor.” After the program aired on January 14, 2021, Koreck’s rendition, “Made from Courage,” quickly rose to the top of the iTunes charts on January 23, 2021.

Who are Claudia Koreck’s Parents?

There is no information about the parents of Claudia Koreck. It seems she keeps them from the public.

References

https://de-m-wikipedia-org.translate.goog/wiki/Claudia_Koreck?_x_tr_sl=de&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2859427/

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