Konstanze Waidosch was born in 1991 in the South of Germany where she grew up in a musical environment, both parents being early music players. As well as touring with youth orchestras and playing in chamber music groups with the modern Cello, she started dealing with early music performances by visiting workshops for Viola da Gamba, Renaissance and music from the Middle Ages, as well as for historical dancing in Germany, Italy and France.
She studied Baroque Cello at Bremen University (Hochschule für Künste Bremen) and Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Prof. Viola de Hoog. Further on she visited master classes with Bruno Cocset, Kristin von der Goltz, Gaentano Nasillo and Alison McGillivray. As a continuo player and soloist, she experiments with the colours of the various bass and tenor instruments, such as the basse de violon or the five-stringed violoncello piccolo.
Konstanze was invited by ensembles and orchestras such as Collegium Vocale Gent Academy, Academia Montis Regalis, Elbipolis Barockorchester, Bremer Barockorchester, Händelfestspielorchester Halle, Göttinger Barockorchester, De Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and performed with musicians such as Dorothee Oberlinger, Christoph Prégardien, Rachel Podger, Ton Koopman, Pieter Wispelway, Michael Form and Shunske Sato.
With her ensemble Marsyas Baroque she is a 1st prize winner of the Biagio Marini Competition and a scholarship holder of the German Music Competition and was accepted into the "Bundesauswahl Konzerte Junger Künstler“ in 2019.
Konstanze is currently living in Bremen and doing a Master degree in Viola de Gamba at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen with Prof. Hille Perl.