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Anna Göckel

Anna Göckel

Anna Göckel, awarded by the French-Grammy « Révélations classiques de l’ADAMI » in 2016, and proud recipient of the 2020 « Enesco Prize » from the SACEM, immerses herself in musical repertoire ranging from the Baroque period to contemporary commissioned works. She appeared as a soloist with the Orchestre Romantique de Paris, the Lemanic Modern Ensemble, the Ensemble Les Dissonances, the Saint-Étienne Opera, the UAEH Symphony Orchestra (Mexico), CEPROMusic, the Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, the Neue Westfalen Philharmonie, and the Munich Radio Orchestra. She made a very strong and positive impression on the public and the press during the last Queen Elisabeth Competition (2019) and was opening the Festival « Folles Journées de Nantes » 2020 with the Concerto Budapest conducted by Andreas Keller. Deeply committed to chamber music, Anna won the ARD Competition in Munich at the age of 21 with the Karénine Trio that she co-founded (2005-2011).

She is now invited to some of the most important chamber music festivals, such as the Prussia Cove Open Chamber Music (UK), Ravinia Steans Music Institute and the Marlboro Chamber Music Festival (USA). She studied with Prof. Luc-Marie Aguera, at the Hochschule für Musik in Saarbrücken with Prof. David Grimal, and previously with Prof. Boris Belkin in the Netherlands, Prof. Jean Jacques Kantorow in the Paris Conservatory, and with the Ysaÿe Quartet. She has also been inspired by master classes with Menahem Pressler, Ferenc Rados, Donald Weilerstein, Maxim Vengerov, Hatto Beyerle and Miriam Fried. Her first solo recording of Bach's Six Sonatas and Partitas, released on the label NoMadMusic, has been awarded « Coup de coeur Classica » Anna plays a Giuseppe Guadagnini violin made in 1780, on a generous loan from the Milanollo Foundation.

Languages spoken: French and English


Photo credit: Anoush Abrar

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