Krista Audere

Krista Audere is a conductor of Latvian origin, now based in the Netherlands. She is currently the conductor of the VU-Kamerkoor, Kamerkoor Venus, and is regularly engaged as a guest conductor of the Dutch Chamber Choir, the Dutch Radio Choir and Cappella Amsterdam. As from 2024 Krista is appointed as main subject teacher Choral Conducting at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague. Starting in 2025 she is named as first ever Principal Guest Conductor of the Swedish Radio Choir.

Krista Audere is the winner of the Eric Ericson award 2021.

In the 2024/25 season she has engagements with the State Choir Latvia, the Swedish Radio Choir, the Spanish National Choir ,the Bavarian Radio Choir, the Danish National Vocal Ensemble, the Berlin Radio Choir, the WDR Rundfunkchor Köln and RIAS Kammerchor Berlin.

Krista Audere (1989) graduated from Riga Dom choir school where she gained qualifications as a choir master and choral singer. She then attained the Bachelor’s degree in choral conducting at Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music while enriching her musical experience at the University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart. In 2016 Krista obtained the Masters diploma and graduated cum laude at the Amsterdam University of the Arts. As a singer she has collaborated with the Latvian Radio Choir and Cappella Amsterdam.
Krista Audere is a frequent jury member in conducting and choir competitions, as well as giving masterclasses on choral conducting.

Krista will conduct Chamber Choir Ireland in Of Love and Eternity in May 2024.