France, Strasbourg Grand Est Violin
Morgane Voisin, a young German-French violinist, is quickly building an international reputation as an emerging concert artist of outstanding potential. Born in Stuttgart, Germany in 2004, Morgane began her musical training at the age of four, making her solo debut with orchestra only two years later. Since 2016 she studies with pedagogue Prof. Laurent Albrecht Breuninger at the Karlsruhe University of Music and works under the guidance and mentoring of Kirill Troussov.
At merely 16 years of age, Morgane has already been awarded numerous prizes and awards at renowned competitions: At the age of just seven years, Morgane won the First Prize at the International Arthur Grumiaux competition in Brussels, Belgium. She is a multiple First Prize winner with the highest score at the national German competition "Jugend musiziert" since the age of five as the youngest participant. Other accolades and prizes include the First Prize at the International Vatelot Rampal competition, the First Prize at the 23th "Concours International Flame" in Paris (2013), the Grand Prize dedicated to the Artist with the most promising development potential at the summer academy Flaine/France which lead to recital invitations in Paris (2015) and the “Virtuoso Award” at the 3rd Manhattan International Competition (2018, USA). Morgane’s further achievements include the second Prize at the International Andrea Postacchini competition in Fermo/Italy as well as various special prizes and the First Prize at the Hamburg International music competition (2019, Germany). She went on to win the First Prize at the German national competition "Jugend musiziert" in addition with a special prize (2019). Morgane is kindly supported by the Jürgen Ponto foundation since then. As the youngest winner on record of the 24th Music Instruments Competition in Hamburg, Morgane was accompanied by the NDR throughout the competition and enjoys the loan of a fine violin ever since. Shortly after, the Foundation featured her at the traditional summer concert on the island of Sylt. At the "Competition Festival of Special Prizes" (WESPE) in Freiburg, she won a special prize from the Pflüger Foundation in the category "contemporary music". Most recently she won the First Prize at the Anton Rubinstein International violin competition in Germany.
She attended numerous masterclasses of the worlds leading Professors including working with Boris Kuschnir, Krzysztof Wegrzyn, Petru Munteanu, Ingolf Turban, Paul Rozcek, Julia Fischer, Kirill Troussov, Coosje Wijzenbeek and more.
Since the age of seven, Morgane is performing as a soloist with the Philharmonic orchestra of Baden-Baden under the direction of Pavel Baleff, Lorenzo Coladonato and Judith Kubitz. She plays regularly at events organized by the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein and is as well a scholarship recipient of the Academy. They presented her among others at the annual ,,Twilight Concerts” in the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz in Switzerland. Furthermore Morgane is supported by the "Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben" and has been awarded the Günter Henle scholarship from the Peter Klöckner Foundation as well as the Gerd-Bucerius scholarship from the German Music Instrument Foundation additionally for masterclasses with acclaimed pedagogue Prof. Boris Kuschnir. Morgane was invited in 2015 to make her debut in Russia at the festival "Moscow Meets Friends" under the direction of Vladimir Spivakov.
Her solo concerts took Morgane further across France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, England, Liechtenstein, Poland, Germany and Russia and multiple festivals around the world have counted on her presence. Most recently she performed at the international "Weingarten Music Festival" and at the International Mozart Festival with the philharmonic orchestra of Heidelberg under Dietger Holm. She will be performing at the International Arpeggione Festival "stars of tomorrow" in Austria for the upcoming season.
Morgane Voisin plays a 1760 Giovanni Battista Zanoli violin on generous loan from the German Music Foundation in Hamburg (Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben).