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Born in Tokyo, the pianist Uta Hielscher has lived since 1988 in Munich, where, in the same year, she won the Jugend Musiziert prize. After the completion of her studies at the Munich Hochschule under teachers including Michael Schäfer, Helmut Deutsch and Siegfried Mauser, she was a prizewinner and scholarship recipient of the German Music Competition, and of the Aoyama Music Foundation in Kyoto, chosen as regional young concert artist of 1998/99, and a winner in the International Chamber Music Competition in Pavia (1999). She has played in important concert series, including the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Toblach Mahler Festival, the Académies Musicales Saintes, the Schwarzenberg Schubertiade, the Schwetzinger Festival, and Chicago Vocal Journeys, and has won praise for her collaborative interpretations as an accompanist.

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