ANNETTE VON HEHN
Annette von Hehn was born in Kiel, Germany in 1978, began studying the violin at the age of four and leads an active life as soloist, chamber musician and recitalist across Europe and overseas. In addition to performances at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, she appears regularly in Europe at festivals and with leading orchestras. In 2006 she was chamber music partner of Menahem Pressler, Gidon Kremer and Eduard Brunner at the Chamber Music Connects, the World Festival of the Kronberg Academy. She is top-prize winner of the 2001 ARD International Music Competition in Munich. She received her Bachelor’s degree in 2000 from The Juilliard School in New York studying with Dorothy DeLay and Itzhak Perlman and completing her musical education in 2003 as a member of the solo class of Ilan Gronich at the University of Arts in Berlin. From 2001–2003 she was a scholarship recipient of the Berlin Philharmonic’s Orchestra Academy.
She plays the Ex-Neaman Stradivarius, kindly on loan from the Neaman family.
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