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Chemnitz: Lena Neudauer under Frank Beermann

Lena Neudauer enchants with Beethoven`s Triple concerto under Frank Beermann. Together with Matthias Kirschnereit and Julian Steckel she shone in the Chemnitz city hall on the 21st and 22nd January 2016. The press exalted her: „ Three soloists with individual characters, matched lyrically, musically and virtuously, who fuel each others performances. For example: Lena Neudauer: her violin rocks the audience with detailed execution, rhythmic sensitivity and graceful joy […]  Lena Neudauer knows how to entertain.“

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Breslau is a cultural capital

On the 16th of January 2016, the Breslau chamber orchestra Leopoldinum opened the year of celebrating Breslau as a cultural capital with an ambitious and exciting program. With works by Korngold and Xenakis, the orchestra demonstrated in the new Hall of the NF; (National Forum of Music) under the auspices of Harmut Rohde, what powerful and profiled interpretations it is capable of. As cultural ambassadors, the ensemble will tour Germany, performing in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf and the Konzerthaus in Berlin.

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Alexandra Conunova at the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern music festival

On the 18th and 19th December 2015, the young violinist, together with pianist Thomas Hoppe, played as part of the advent concerts of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern music  festival. The music festival gives young musicians and laureates wonderful concert opportunities to present themselves in front of an audience. After Alexandra Conunova showcased Mendelssohn’s violin concerto in d-minor in 2014, the concerts in December provided chamber music from Bach, Prokofiev and Stravinsky.

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Lena Neudauer in the Herkulessaal, Munich

On the 18th of November in 2015, Lena Neudauer performed the Bach Violin concertos a-minor BWV 1041 and E-major 1042 together with the Stuttgart chamber orchestra in the Herkulessaal, Munich. She was the replacement for the illness-stricken American Violinist Caroline Goulding. The Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote: “She [Lena Neudauer] left little to be desired in terms of tonality, pleasant and colourful, her 1743 Guadagnini dazzled and flattered, at times powerful and with a hint of the darkness of a viola.”

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