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Biography Annika Treutler (35 kB)
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The 26-year-old pianist Annika Treutler is considered one of the most promising young German artists. She studied under Prof. Matthias Kirschnereit at the Rostock University of Music and Theatre. After completing her Master’s Degree at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, she is currently postgraduate student in the Solo Class of Prof. Bernd Goetzke.
Annika Treutler has been honoured with numerous awards from national and international competitions. She was soloist with orchestras including the Hofkapelle Weimar at the Konzert Theater Coesfeld, the Deutsche Kammerorchester Berlin and the Regina Symphony Orchestra in Canada, to name a few. In December 2010, the pianist gave her debut with the Deutsche Sinfonieorchester Berlin in the main hall of the Berlin Philharmonie.
2015 marked the release of Annika Treutler’s latest CD under the Syquali/Harmonia Mundi label with works by Mendelssohn. Her debut CD with Fantasy Pieces and the Fantasie in C major by Robert Schumann was released in April 2013 under the GENUIN label.
Amongst the highlights of the 16/17 season are Annika Treutler’s debuts with the Gürzenich Orchester at the Philharmonie Cologne, with the Staatsorchester Wiesbaden, and at the Konzerthaus Wien. Additionally, she will be returning to the Deutsche Kammerorchester Berlin for a performance at the Konzerthaus Dortmund. Highlight of the 17/18 season will be her concert debut with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin.
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