With a repertoire that explores the traditions of German Romanticism and Classicism and, at the same time, the new and contemporary works of living composers, Reinhardt is consolidating herself as one of today’s most dynamic young conductors. She stands out for his elegant and subtle performances, as well as for her programmatic imagination and musical intelligence.
During the 2019-2020 season she made her debut with the Île-de-France National Orchestra, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie in Berlin, the MDR Orchestra in Leipzig, the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra , the Tonkünstler Orchestra, the Gävle Symphony Orchestra, and in the United States with the Detroit, Baltimore, Houston, San Antonio, and Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestras, and the St. Paul's Chamber Orchestra, among others. She will also return to conduct the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, where she served as assistant conductor for two seasons under the baton of J. van Zweden until the end of the 2017-2018 season.
Reinhardt was awarded a scholarship on the Dudamel Fellows program to work with G. Dudamel in Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra during the 2017-2018 season, and served as assistant conductor of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in 2018 and 2019. Born in Saarbrücken (Germany), she studied violin from an early age and at the age of 17 she had already composed and directed a children's opera. She has directed several opera productions, such as Rusalka, The Flittermouse and The Marksman. She graduated a master's degree in conducting at The Juilliard School in New York, where she studied with A. Gilbert.