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CHRISTINE PICHLMEIER

Christine Pichlmeier was born in 1974 in Munich and studied violin with Igor Ozim and Gerhard Schulz at the Cologne Academy of Music. After winning several prizes in the German Youth Music Competition she subsequently won prizes in the Yfrah Neaman Competition and the violin competition in the monastery of Schöntal. Christine Pichlmeier has toured throughout Germany as well as Great Britain, France, Japan and Russia. In 1995 and 1996 she went on tour with the Cologne Chamber Orchestra to China and South-East Asia and has made concert appearances and recordings as a soloist.

Box Set Release Catalogue Number
JS BACH Complete Orchestral Works Naxos 8.508005
Meditation (Swedish Edition) Naxos 8.503163


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