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About Johanna Pichlmair

Johanna Pichlmair is an Austrian violinist and winner of numerous international competitions.

„...Johanna Pichlmair is an exceptionally gifted young violinist with an impressive technique, a warm and expressive sound and a deep artistry. Sche is equally at home as solist with orchestra, in recital or in chamber music. She is a young artist to watch for.”

(Prof. Nora Chastain)

„...Johanna Pichlmair immediately stood out with a personally engraved, highly stylish interpretation, (...) with genuine personality.”

(Bachtrack, 20.06.2019)

„...Johanna has excellent facility, very imaginative, intelligent music making, very strong potential. She is a wonderful violinist and extraordinarily talented, has first class technique, sound, intonation...”

(Prof. Lewis Kaplan)




Upcoming concerts

Sun, May 29th 2022, 04:00 pm - "Spring Concert", Lindenkirche Berlin
With Mariano Domingo (conductor), Johanna Pichlmair (violin) and the Orchestra Sinfonietta 92
L.v. Beethoven: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major, op. 61

Wed, June 1st 2022, 07:30 pm - "Ensemble Leipzig Berlin"
Great Hall, Bundesverwaltungsgericht Leipzig
With Johanna Pichlmair (violin), Christoph von der Nahmer (violin), Matthew Hunter (viola),
Kate Hamilton (viola), Andreas Timm (cello)
W.A. Mozart: String Quintet in D major KV 593
F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: String Quintet in B major op. 87

Sun, June 4th 2022, 08:00 pm - "Spring Concert", Chamber Music Hall Philharmnonie Berlin
With Mariano Domingo (conductor), Johanna Pichlmair (violin) and the Orchestra Sinfonietta 92
L.v. Beethoven: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major, op. 61




News

Great news, a dream has come true:
Since March 2020, Johanna Pichlmair has been a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker’s first violin section and recently passed her probationary period!
For further information click here

In 2019, Johanna Pichlmair won the Second Prize and two Special Prizes at the International Violin Competiton in Montreal.
A report on the competition can be found in this article from Bachtrack (hosted on this website; or as direct download).