Julia Hagen

Cello

Comes from Salzburg, Austria
Lives in Berlin, Germany
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The cellist Julia Hagen, born in Salzburg in 1995, began her first lesson with Detlef Mielke at the Musikum Salzburg at the age of five. From 2007-2011, she studied with Enrico Bronzi at the University of Mozarteum Salzburg, then with Reinhard Latzko at the University of Vienna and continued her studies in the class of Heinrich Schiff from 2013 to 2015.

Since autumn 2015 she is a student with Prof. Jens Peter Maintz at the University of the Arts in Berlin.

In the season 2017-2018 their debuts with the Vienna chamber orchestra under Paul McCreesh followed, as well as with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra at the Suntory Hall in Tokyo. In addition, she will play an extensive tour through Austria and at the Sommets Musicaux festival in Gstaad together with the pianist Annika Treutler. She will play further chamber music projects together with Stefan Vladar and Daniel Ottensamer.

She plays a violoncello by Francesco Ruggieri (Cremona, 1684), which is provided to her privately.

Education

Mozarteum University Salzburg, Austria

Studied with Enrico Bronzi

University of Music and Performing Arts, Austria

Studied with Reinhard Latzko and with Heinrich Schiff

Berlin University of Arts, Germany

Studied with Prof.Jens Peter Maintz

Fondation Louis Vuitton, France

Laureate of the "Classe d'Excellence de Violoncelle" under the mentorship of Gautier Capuçon

Seiji Ozawa International Academy, Switzerland

Awards

First Prize, International Cello Competition

Liezen, Austria, 2010

Special Prize, International Brahms Competition

Poertschach, Austria, 2014

First Prize and Audience Prize, International Mazzacurati Competition

Italy

Nicolas Firmenich Prize, Verbier Academy

Verbier, Switzerland,

Worked With

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Ib Hausmann

Clarinet

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Matthias Schorn

Clarinet

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Markus Schirmer

Piano

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Lukas Hagen

Violin

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Stefan Vladar

Conductor, Piano

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Paul McCreesh

Conductor

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Annika Treutler

Piano

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Gautier Capuçon

Cello

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Paul Meyer

Clarinet

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Toshiaki Umeda

Conductor

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Gérard Caussé

Alto

Performed At

Suntory Hall, Japan

Vienna Konzerthaus, Austria

Teatro della Pergola, Italy

Beethoven Fest, Germany

Allegro Vivo Fesitval, Austria

Diabelli Summer, Austria

Musiktage Mondsee, Austria

Sommets musicaux de Gstaad, Switzerland

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