A German organist and educator, Kirsten Sturm is a flexible musician who also has piano recitals and appears being a chamber musician. She was enrolled on the School for Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt am Primary, studying body organ with Martin Lücker. She continuing her organ research at Saarbrücken with Wolfgang Rübsam, and went to get good at classes with Michael Radulescu, Daniel Roth, Jean Guillou, Olivier Latry, and Heinz Wunderlich. Sturm provides won awards in a number of organ tournaments, notably taking initial award in 1999 in the Hermann Schroeder Competition. From 2006 to 2010, she was the organist at Holy Family members Cathedral in Frankfurt, and she offered as artistic movie director from the concert plan there. She also supervised an body organ course in Mainz, and trained at the School for Ecclesiastical Music in Rottenburg. Her recordings of body organ works by Potential Reger and Paul Hindemith possess appeared in the Naxos label.