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Born in Bamberg, Alexia Eichhorn is the first concertmaster of the Hof Symphony Orchestra in Bavaria. She studied with Valery Gradow in Mannheim, Ulrike Dierick in Saarbrücken and Alberto Lysy at the International Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad. As a scholarship recipient of the National German Exchange Programme she continued her studies with Yfrah Neaman at the Guildhall School in London.

Alexia Eichhorn was awarded prizes and scholarships from the Bavarian Cultural Foundation, Rotary International and the PE-Foundation Mannheim. She has played as a soloist with several German orchestras and has collaborated as a violinist and violist with artists including Julius Berger, José Gallardo, Ulf Hoelscher, Michael Sanderling and Nina Tichman. She has recorded numerous radio broadcasts and performed at the Oberstdorfer Musiksommer and the Killington Festival (USA) among others. She teaches at the Liszt School of Music in Weimar.

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