VIOLINIST I POLITICAL REPORTER
Dorothea Schupelius is a violinist, Fanny Mendelssohn Artist and a political reporter/tv host. Dorothea studied at the "Yehudi Menuhin School", at the "Royal College of Music" and at the "Musikhochschule Lübeck". In January 2022, she was awarded in a duo with the "Fanny Mendelssohn Förderpreis" for the cd concept "#Wunderkammer" on the interplay of music and media history. Dorothea has released her debut album #Wunderkammer in November 2022.
Simon Haje is a successful young German pianist with a variety of concert appearances and first prize winner at international competitions, most recently in Enschede, Neuchatel and Aarhus.
At his last competitions as a piano soloist he received first prizes at Concour International Piano Neuchatel Val de Travers / Switzerland, Aarhus International Piano Competition and Kronberg International Piano Competition / Germany).
The perfect blend of musical sensitivity and technical precision in harmony with programmatic depth makes Leon Lorenz a star of the new generation of percussionists. For the young artist, the instruments of multi-percussion "...are a history of mankind. Since the beginning of humanity, our heartbeat has been the pulse of life. As a consequence of this, rhythm is probably the most primal power to express oneself musically."
Beyond the acrobatic whirlwind between his numerous instruments, Leon Lorenz manages to musically embed today's zeitgeist in its own way through his sure instinct.
Daniel Vincent Streicher began playing the piano at the age of four. He is currently studying at the Paris Conservatoire. Daniel has won prizes at numerous national and international competitions.
Vlada Shchavinska was born in Poltava (Ukraine) in 1996. Vlada successfully completed her Master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater (HfMT) in Hamburg. Since 2015, Vlada has been a scholarship holder of the "Live Music Now" funding.
She has already won 1st prize at the Mozart Prize Competition in Germany and received the Berenberg Culture Prize in 2021 for her outstanding artistic development and achievements.