Feb. 24 to Mar. 3
Maria Egelhof, professor at the Musikhochschule Lübeck, studied in Saarbrücken with Prof. Ulrike Dierick and at the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama, in concert with Professor Yfrah Neaman.
She completed her training with a soloist diploma (First Prize) in London and a final recital in Saarbrücken. It has been supported by numerous scholarship programs and has been awarded with national and international awards.
In her early years, she began a concert activity as a soloist with leading orchestras, as well as an activity in chamber music. These activities, as well as conducting violin and chamber music lessons, led the artist to almost all European countries and the countries of the former USSR.
Her violin and chamber music lessons in Neuwied / Engers, Kloster Altenberg and Yerevan in Armenia have gained prominence and tradition. As a soloist and chamber musician, Maria Egelhof is a popular guest at international festivals. His participation in television, radio, CD and CD productions rounds out his image of artistic diversity.
Students in his violin classes have been admitted to world-renowned ensembles and renowned orchestras. They also perform as soloists. For example, the violinist Ashot Sarkisjan is now a soloist and a member of the Arditti Quartet. Maria Egelhof is also known as a publisher of many publishing works for the Schott House.