“Officially Amazing” – Guinness World Record achieved for Lowest Vocal Note by a Female

Finally, after an agonising few months wait – the confirmation came. I am officially the Guinness World Record Holder for “The Lowest Vocal Note by a Female”. The record was achieved on the 7th of October, 2018 in the Music School Wagner in Koblenz, Germany. I managed to hit the note D2 (72.5 Hz) after starting three octaves higher (D5). To get an idea of how low this is, it’s the third deepest note on a cello.  Last week I received my official certificate .  Until now, only close friends and family have known my little secret but that is about to change! Until my title is challenged I can state I have the deepest female vocal range in the world.  That’s pretty cool.  In a world of over 7.5  billion people, I now belong to the  approx. 40,000 persons who hold a Guinness World Record title. It was no easy feat and to prepare for this took a lot of time and effort. I want to give great thanks to all involved (see friends). I couldn’t have done this without you. If you want to hear me live you can come to my last concert before becoming a Mummy on this coming Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day at the Irish Pub in Koblenz from 18.30 onwards. I will be playing a mixture of own compositions and Celtic folk tunes.