Teele Jõks is a free lance singer who gives recitals and participates in opera, oratorio, operetta and baroque music performances and in contemporary music projects. She graduated from Amsterdam Conservatory and received her Masters degree from Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London). Teele Jõks is a guest soloist of the Estonian National Opera and her repertoire includes the title roles in Bizet’s “Carmen”, Rossini’s “La Cenerentola”, Kálmán’s “Die Csárdásfürstin” and Händel’s “Julius Caesar” as well as Genevieve (Hindemith’s “The Long Christmas Dinner”) and roles in the operas by Prokofiev, Verdi and Tüür. She has also performed at the Latvian National Opera (Bradamante in Händel’s Alcina) and participated in several opera projects. Her repertoire includes a wide range of vocal symphonic music from Baroque to contemporary composers that she has performed with Tallinn Baroque Orchestra, Corelli Baroque Orchestra, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and chamber choir Voces Musicales. Teele Jõks has worked with pianists Peep Lassmann, Piia Paemurru, Marje Lohuaru and Ralf Taal, giving recitals comprising mostly of 20th century music. Her repertoire includes also church and chamber music from the 17th and 18th centuries that she performs with Estonian musicians striving for authentic interpretation.