Beitrag vom20. August 2021
Tabea Antonia Streicher was born in Berlin in 2004 and started playing the piano at the age of four. In 2011, she started studying under Professor Galina Ivanzova at Berlin’s Hanns Eisler Academy of Music and in 2015, she moved on to Stefan Lietz at Berlin’s University of the Arts (UdK). She is now a junior student at the Julius Stern Institute of the UdK (piano class of Professor Christian Petersen) and studies in parallel at the Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Music High School in Berlin.
She received First Prizes at various international competitions: 2014 ClaviCologne, 7th Chopin Competition in Budapest (2016), 2017 Jugend musiziert competition (prize complemented by a scholarship from the Carl Bechstein Foundation due to her success at national level in the Piano Solo category) and the 2018 edition of the same competition (prize in the Four-hand category together with her brother Daniel, complemented by a special prize from the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben Foundation). Tabea was also a laureate of the 2014 Carl Bechstein Piano Competition in the Four-hand category and achieved the highest score in the “Little Schumann Competition” held in Zwickau in 2018.
She was already on stage at famous Berlin venues (Philharmonie, Konzerthaus, Deutsche Oper) and in 2018, she performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto KV 415 with two ensembles: Orchester des Bach-Musikgymnasiums and Junges Orchester der Freien Universität Berlin. In parallel, she gained chamber music experience with various ensembles. A scholarship also enabled her to participate in the 2020 master class Musica Mundi held in Belgium.
(Last update: 2021)
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