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Rebekka Hartmann
Violin
 
 
Rebekka Hartmann  
 
 
Discography

B108029   B 108 029
Bach, Hindemith, Zimmermann: Violin Sonatas
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BIOGRAPHY

Rebekka Hartmann was born in Munich in 1981. At the age of 5, she started to play the violin according to the Suzuki method, studying with Helge Thelen. Further studies followed, at first with Jorge Sutil, and from 1997 with Prof. Gottfried Schneider at the Munich Conservatory. Her further development was influenced by Prof. Andreas Reiner and Ingolf Turban, as well as by Josef Kröner, member of the Munich Rundfunkorchester. After receiving her high-school diploma, she started studying music with Prof. Alice Schönfeld at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She took master classes with Wolfgang Marschner, Valery Oistrach and Rainer Kussmaul, to name but a few.

Rebekka Hartmann won numerous national and international prizes in Germany and in the United States. In 2002, she received the Jascha Heifetz Scholarship Prize, and the 1st prize at the international music contest "Pacem in Terris" in Bayreuth in 2004. In 2005, she won the 2nd prize at the international violin contest "Henri Marteau". She had solo appearances with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the National Philharmonic Orchestra Klausenburg, the USC Symphony Orchestra of Los Angeles, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Orchestra, the Peninsula Symphony Orchestra, the Beijing Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Hof Symphony Orchestra. She gave chamber music concerts with famous musicians such as Christoph Eschenbach and Claudio Bohorquez.
 
     

   
 
(available only in German)

Rebekka Hartmann hat beim
15. Musikwettbewerb der Deutschen Stiftung für Musikleben ein weiteres Mal vom Deutschen Bund (Deutscher Musikinstrumentenfond) die 'Antonius Stradivari, Cremona 1703' verliehen bekommen.
 
     

   
 
(available only in German)

Porträt im Kulturmagazin APPLAUS
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