The German mezzo-soprano Jasmin Etezadzadeh was a member of the Young Ensemble at the Staatstheater Mainz during her vocal studies. Engagements have taken her to the Komische Oper Berlin, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Nationaltheater Mannheim, the Bühnen Wuppertal, the Volkstheater Rostock, the Staatstheater in Schwerin, Oldenburg and Mainz, the Theater Bremen, the Bühnen Halle, the Theater Magdeburg, the Opéra de Reims and the Kurt Weill Fest in Dessau. She made guest appearances at the Cologne Opera as the Witch in 'Hänsel und Gretel' and at the Komische Oper as Czipra in 'Der Zigeunerbaron', directed by Tobias Kratzer. One of her most important premieres in the field of new music was the opera '22,13' by Marc André. This took her to the Munich Biennale as well as to the Festival d'Automne Paris at the Opéra National. She has been an ensemble member at Theater Basel since the 2019/20 season. She has already sung Podtochina in Shostakovich's opera 'Die Nase', the solo alto in Johann Sebastian Bach's staged 'Matthäus-Passion', Herodias in 'Salome' and La Donna in 'Intolleranza 1960'. She also authored the children's musical 'Trudi, die Geiss, reisst aus', accompanied by a trio. In the coming seasons, she will be a cover for Fricka, among others, as well as singing Waltraute in Wagner's 'Ring des Nibelungen' and Carmen in Bizet's opera of the same name.