Germany, Lübeck Schleswig-Holstein Violin
David Moosmann (born oct. 1999) got his first violin studies with his dad Samuel Moosmann. Further teachers were among others Martha Libalova, Vladislav Goldfeld, Arkady Gutnikov and Mihaela Oprea. Since october 2017, David was a pre-college student at Prof. Heime Müller and is now studying with Prof. Heime Müller since october 2018 at the Musikhochschule Lübeck.
David took part in several masterclasses where he had been teached by Odin Rathnam, Lars Bjørnkjær, Stephan Picard, Joseph Swensen, Eberhard Feltz and Noah Bendix-Balgley.
In June 2021, he was invited to participate as an active participant in the Masterclass of the Kronberg Masterclass Academy where he had been teached by Gerhard Schulz and Kolja Blacher.
From 2016 to 2018, David was second concertmaster from the youth orchestra in Schleswig Holstein and the NDR youth orchestra. And from 2017 until 2019 he was principal violinist from the 2nd violins in the national youth orchestra of Germany. There he played with famous conductors like Alan Gilbert, Daniele Gatti and Sir Simon Rattle.
Since July 2019, David is a member of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie.
David made concert tours in India, Russia, Italy, Denmark, Austria and Germany and he played in the greatest concert halls like for example Berliner Philharmonie, Elbphilharmonie, Essener Philharmonie, Kölner Philharmonie and so on.
When David was only ten years old, he won the South Jutland Talent Competition and played as a soloist with the South Jutland Symphony Orchestra. In 2019 and 2020 he played the violin concerto Nr. 5 from W. A. Mozart with the Kammerphilharmonie Rhein-Erft.
Lately, David played the Violin Concerto from Johannes Brahms as a soloist with the Symphonic Youngsters Flensburg.
In March 2020, David won the first prize and a special prize from the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth (EMCY) at the Öresund Solist Competition.
At the Jacob Gade Violin Competition in 2019, he won a first price and a special price for the best interpretation of a danish work.
David is also first price winner in the Bundeswettbewerb from Jugend Musiziert.
Since march 2021, David plays on a violin from Jacobus Horil built in 1759, a violin on loan from a generous sponsor.