Ditta Rohmann is a versatile cellist, appearing as a soloist in prestigious concert halls, improvisatory performances with world music ensembles, collaborative productions with dancers and as a chamber musician. In 2012 she was a prizewinner at the prestigious International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition, Leipzig.
Her most influential teachers have been Miklós Perényi, Suren Bagratuni, Ivan Monighetti, Boris Pergamenschikow and Ferenc Rados. She considers it important to apply, develop and pass on the knowledge she has gained. Rohmann formerly taught at the University of Debrecen, and since September 2018 has been an adjunct lecturer at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest.
As a result of her collaboration with Hungaroton, five solo albums have been recorded in the past six years, and have received positive reviews worldwide. Her discography includes the solo suites of J.S. Bach, and a portrait album featuring Hungarian cello music, including Kodály’s Sonata for Solo Cello. She has her own chamber series in Budapest, Bach+, which features exceptional Baroque guest performers.
For more information, visit www.dittarohmann.com.
Role: Classical Artist