France, Strasbourg Alsace Violin
Elsa Klockenbring is currently studying Master Violin at the music University in Dresden (Germany) with Prof. Natalia Prishepenko, and she was academist of the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden until February 2021.
She was born in 1996 in Strasbourg, France, and received violin and piano lessons from an early age. Her former violin teachers were Sylvie Brenner (Strasbourg), Prof. Valery Gradow (Mannheim), Haik Davtian (Strasbourg), Prof. Christian Ostertag and Prof. Winfried Rademacher (at the Music University of Trossingen). She received also private lessons and Masterclasses with prof. Zakhar Bron, Prof. Rainer Kussmaul, Prof. Benjamin Schmidt, Baiba Skride and Kyung Sun Lee.
Between 2012 and 2015 she received three diplomas in Strasbourg, in Violin, Piano, and musical theory and writing, and in Summer 2018 her Bachelor of music (Violin) in Trossingen, with distinction.
Elsa is a laureate of the international competition Leopold Bellan in Paris, and she received also several distinctions at the international chamber music festival Allegro Vivo in Austria (among others the ORF Price of the Radio of lower Austria). She was also a scholarship holder of the Landessammlung instrument collections in Freiburg (Germany). She played as a soloist under conductors such as Sebastian Tewinkel, Damiano Giuranna, Theodor Guschlbauer and Georg- Christoph Sandmann.
As a member of the Gustav Mahler youth orchestra, and as an academist of the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden, she had the chance to be able to play under conductors such as Vladimir Jurowski, Daniel Harding, Lorenzo Viotti and Sakari Oramo.
Elsa ist a passionate chamber music player, and she took part in many festivals such as the international Chamber music festival in Wissembourg, the international chamber music festival in Thy (DK) Hvide Sande festival (DK), Sommerprossen festival in Rottweil, the Festival Musique aux quatre Horizons in France, and others. She played chamber music along with musicians such as Nikita Mndoyant, Johannes Goritski, Francis Gouton, Hariolf Schlichtig, Máté Szücs, Matthias Lingenfelder, Marianne Piketty, as well as with her teachers Christian Ostertag, Winfried Rademacher and Natalia Prishepenko.
She plays a beautiful french violin from Silvestre and Maucotel from the year 1911.
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