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The Munich-born Andrea Steinberg had her first musical instruction at the age of five, first on the violin and then on the piano. She was taught the clarinet by Hans Schöneberger, principal clarinet of the Bavarian State Opera. She won a regional prize in the 1995 Jugend musiziert Competition and in 1997 continued her studies with Hans-Dietrich Klaus at the Detmold Musikhochschule, going on to study with Martin Spangenberg at the Weimar Musikhochschule. She started her orchestral career as clarinettist in the regional Rheinland-Pfalz Youth Orchestra and was later a member of the German Youth Philharmonic. From 2002 to 2004 she was engaged as acting principal clarinet in the North West German Herford Philharmonic and from 2007 to 2008 as principal clarinettist in the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra. She received an award from the Academy of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, with which she appeared as a guest on various occasions.

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