Sumina Studer
Switzerland, °1997
 
VIOLIN 2019 : Candidate

Teachers

2018 - 2020: Sylvia Rosenberg
2014 - 2018: Antje Weithaas
2012 - 2014: Philip Draganov
2002 - 2012: Simone Zgraggen

Degrees

2018 - 2020: Master of Music, Juilliard School
2014 - 2018: Bachelor of Music, Hanns Eisler School of Music

Concerts

2018: Festspiele Zurich, Camerata Zurich, Camerata Zurich, Duo with Sayaka Selina Studer, Igor Karsko
2018: Church Kaltenkirchen, Hamburg, Chamber Symphony Hamburg, Chamber Symphony Hamburg, Daniel Sippel
2017: University of Zurich, Music School Zurich, Camerata Zurich, Camerata Zurich, Igor Karsko
2016: Schloss Elmau, Germany, Schloss Elmau, Duo & Trio works with Ray Chen and Louis Schwizgebel
2016: Tour through Japan. For example Minatomirai Hall Yokohama, Yamaha Concert Hall Tokyo, Donor, Solo as well as Trio with Mathis Bereuter and Sayaka Selina Studer
2015: Tour through Switzerland, New Zurich Orchestra, New Zurich Orchestra, Martin Studer (not related)
2014: Göttingen Concert, Göttinger Symphonie Orchester, Göttinger Symphonie Orchester, Hermann Breuer
2014: Church Neumunster Zurich, Nota Bene, Nota Bene Orchestra, Massimiliano Matesic
2010: Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Youth Orchestra Menuhin Festival, Ulrich Dietsche
2008, 2013: Tonhalle Zurich, Zurich Music School, Konsi Strings Zurich, Philip Draganov

Competitions

2018: Gold, Berliner International Music Competition
2018: Silver, Manhattan International Music Competition
2017: 5th prize, Audience prize, Michael Hill International Competition
2016: 2nd prize, Mozart sonata prize, Spohr Violin International Competition
2016: 2nd prize, Grumiaux Violin Competition
2007, 2008, 2012: 3x 1st prize with honours, Swiss Music Competition for Youth
Audio
Program
First round (29/04/2019)
Johann Sebastian Bach Adagio - Fuga : Allegro (Sonata n. 1 in G minor BWV 1001)
Nicolò Paganini Caprice n. 5 in A minor
Nicolò Paganini Caprice n. 21 in A major
Ludwig van Beethoven Allegro assai (Sonata n. 8 in G major op. 30/3)
Sumina Studer, violin
Takashi Sato, pianist accompanist
Relive the performances of Piano 2021
H.M. Queen Mathilde
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