The Luxembourgish soprano Sylvie Langehegermann started her musical education at the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg in 1997 at the age of 14. She first took harmonics and piano lessons before she started taking singing lessons in the preparatory course of Yannchen Hoffmann. Afterwards, she changed to the singing class of Louis Landuyt. After her A levels, she began studying literature and took a degree in 2008. During her studies, she continued taking voice lessons with Louis Landuyt and received the award Premier Prix in 2010. In the following years, she took part in master classes in Luxembourg with Won Cho, Malcolm Walker and Kurt Widmer at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. At the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, she changed to the class of Monique Simon and finished her studies with the Diplôme de Concert in 2016. In 2017 she performed as a soloist with the orchestra "Estro Armonico" (Domenico Bartolucci - Messa in onore di S. Cecilia, direction Marc Dostert). Presently, she works on a regular basis with Tomy Leichtweis, a former student of the outstanding soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, and participates in several concert projects, among others with the organist Rosch Mirkes and the Ensemble Ad Libitum. In October 2018 she was one of the finalists at the section "Grands Amateurs d'Art Vocal" in the singing competition "Concours international de chant Georges Enesco" in Paris.