Dorothee Mields (born 1971) is a German soprano concert singer of Baroque and contemporary music.
Mields was born in Gelsenkirchen.
She studied at the University of the Arts Bremen with Elke Holzmann, Harry van der Kamp and Gabriele Schreckenbach.
After graduation she continued studying in Stuttgart with Julia Hamari.
|1||Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, HWV 76: March||649 listeners|
|2||Bedlam Boys [17th Century]||43 listeners|
|3||From silent shades, and the Elysian groves, Z. 370, "Bess of Bedlam"||39 listeners|
|4||The Willow Song: The Willow Song [16th Century]||35 listeners|
|5||An Wasserflüssen Babylon||31 listeners|
|6||Aus der Tiefen rud ich, Herr, zu Dir - Cantata||30 listeners|
|7||O solitude, my sweetest choice, Z. 406||29 listeners|
|8||'Tis women makes us love||29 listeners|
|9||The Prophetess, Z. 627, "The History of Dioclesian": Act V: Masque: Dance of Bacchanals||28 listeners|
|10||The Richmond Heiress, or A Woman Once in the Right, Z. 608: The Richmond Heiress, or A Woman Once in the Right, Z. 608: Then mad, very mad let us be||28 listeners|