Julia Rinderle

Julia Rinderle, b. 1990 in Memmingen, is in high demand on concert stages in Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Israel, South Africa and the United States. She has been invited to perform at the Bachfesttage in Köthen, Musikfest Goslar, the International Chamber Music Festival Salzburg, at the Tivoli Concert Hall in Copenhagen, and in the Glass Hall of Vienna’s Konzertverein.

Since making her concert debut with Prokofiev’s First Piano Concerto at the age of thirteen, Julia Rinderle has appeared with orchestras including the Polish Chamber Philharmonic Sopot. In the summer of 2016, she was invited to perform at the renowned Piano Fest in the Hamptons.

Following the completion of a Master’s degree with Professor Roland Krüger at the University of Music, Drama and Media in Hanover, Julia Rinderle is studying chamber music and Lied accompaniment with Professor Imre Rohmann at the Mozarteum Salzburg. In 2015/16, Julia Rinderle studied with Professor Jan Jiracek von Arnim at the University of Music and Dramatic Art in Vienna.

She has received important artistic impulses in piano and chamber music master classes with renowned artists such as Bernd Glemser, Matthias Kirschnereit, Emanuel Ax, Bernd Goetzke, Matti Raekallio, Paul Schenly, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Paul Badura-Skoda and Arie Vardi.

Her debut album with works by Anselm Hüttenbrenner (world premiere recording of Geisterszenen) and Robert Schumann was released on the Helbling label in 2016.

Julia Rinderle enjoys providing her audiences with information about the works on the programme. She also likes to combine her performances with other art forms including literature, theatre and painting. She is committed to young audiences and has performed at schools in the context of the Rhapsody in School initiative. Rinderle is the founder and artistic director of the Klangperspektiven Allgäu piano festival, founded in 2016.

Translation: Hannes Rox