Christiane Libor was born in Berlin, where she received her first lessons in piano and singing. Until 1996 she studied at the Musikhochschule für Musik Hans Eissler' Berlin with Professor Anneliese Fried. From April 1997 on she started an additional concert course of study which she finished in February 1999 with honours. In 1997 she attended classes in Lieder interpretation with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Julia Varady. She also attended master classes with Edith Mathis, Hans Hotter, Peter Schreier and Joseph Protschka. 1998 Christiane Libor received the O.E. Hasse-Prize of the Academy of the arts Berlin and was prize winner of the VII. International Mozart-Competition Salzburg 1999.
1999 she sang the part of Erste Dame' (Die Zauberflöte) at the Nationale Reisopera Enschede. In 2003 she was engaged for the role of Agathe (Der Freischütz) at the Reisopera in Enschede. In December 1999 she sung the first time at Hamburgische Staatsoper in Die Zauberflöte (Erste Dame) and sung the soprano-part in John Neumeier's Choreography of Händel's Messiah. In the 2003/04 season she appeared at Hamburgische Staatsoper as Feldmarschallin (Rosenkavalier), at Staatsoper Hannover and at Semperoper Dresden as Rosalinde (Fledermaus). In 2005 she sung Leonore (Fidelio) at Staasoper Berlin and Hamburgische Staatsoper and Dialogues des Carmélites (Hamburgische Staatsoper). In the 2005/06 season she sung first time Senta (Der fliegende Holländer), Eva (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg) and Donna Anna (Don Giovanni). In the 2006/07 season she appeared at the opera houses in Berlin (Deutsche Staatsoper, Fidelio-Leonore), Nürnberg (Rosenkavalier-Feldmarschallin, Fliegender Holländer-Senta), Innsbruck (Freischütz-Agathe), Graz (Fliegender Holländer-Senta, Der Evangelimann), Komische Oper Berlin (Der Freischütz), Zurich (Leonore-Fidelio), Volksoper Vienna, Zurich Opera House (Fidelio-Lenore), Semperoper Dresden (Donna Anna). In the 2007/08 season she sung first time the parts of Elisabeth and Venus (Wagner: Tannhäuser) at Opernhaus Graz. In March 2008 she appeared with New York Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Kurt Masur in New York. In 2009 she sung Ada in Die Feen by Richard Wagner at Chatelet Paris. In autumn 2009 she sung Sieglinde (Walküre) with Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich under the direction of David Zinman%u2028In the 2009/10 season she sung Ariadne at Opra National de France de Strasbourg. In August 2010 she appeared at Bard-Festival (USA) with American Symphony Orchestra (Berg, Hindemith, Franz Schmidt). In the 2010/11 season Christiane Libor sung first time Euryanthe and Eglatine at Karlsruhe Opera House. In the 2010/11 season she sung with great success Isolde (Tristan und Isolde) and at Opera de Bstille de Paris Gutrune ( Götterdämmerung).
Beside her opera activities Christiane Libor appears with important orchestras in Europe under conductors like Ingo Metzmacher, Joerg Faerber, Kurt Masur, Marc Minkowski, Michael Schoenwandt, Helmuth Rilling, Ton Koopman, Philippe Jordan, Frieder Bernius, David Zinman, Markus Stenz, Christoph Perick, Ulf Schirmer, Simone Young, Antoni Witt, Jaap van Zweden. She is also a frequent guest at the music festivals like Schubertiade Feldkirch, Richard-Strauss-Festspiele Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Achberg, Bard (USA), etc and with great success at the Proms London in summer 2005.