Künstler

Julia Hagen

Julia Hagen has won several prizes at the “Prima La Musica” competition (Solo and Chamber Music) and won the 2010 International Cellocompetition in Liezen. In the summer of 2014, she was awarded the ESTA Special Prize at the International Brahms Competition, and in October 2016 she won the international Cello Competition Benedetto Mazzacurati in Turin and received the audience prize.

In the summer of 2017, she was awarded the Hajek-Boss-Wagner Cultural Prize.

The young cellist was a participant of the Ozawa Academy, as well as the Verbier Festival Academy, where she was awarded the Nicolas-Firmenich Prize in 2016 as the best newcomer.

She was a participant of the chamber music project “MMM” of the Kronberg Academy, as well as the chamber music project of the Vienna Philharmonic in Salzburg.

Julia Hagen plays a violoncello by Francesco Ruggieri (Cremona, 1684), which is provided to her privately.

The young cellist Julia Hagen, born in Salzburg in 1995, began her first lesson with Detlef Mielke at the Musikum Salzburg at the age of five. From 2007-2011, she studied with Enrico Bronzi at the University of Mozarteum Salzburg, then with Reinhard Latzko at the University of Vienna and continued her studies in the class of Heinrich Schiff from 2013 to 2015.

Since autumn 2015 she studies in the class of Prof. Jens Peter Maintz at the Universität der Künste in Berlin.

Julia Hagen was chosen to participate in the “Classe d’Excellence de Violoncelle” by world-known cellist Gautier Capucon between 2014-2016 as one of six young cellists, which was realised by the Louis Vuitton fondation. Master classes with Gábor Takács-Nagy, Pamela Frank, Lawrence Power, Nobuko Imai, Torleif Thedéen, Laurence Lesser and Claudio Bohorquez complete her previous musical education.

At the age of 14, she played her debut at the Brucknerhaus Linz as a soloist with the Vienna Jeunesse Orchestra, followed by concerts in Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium and Norway.

She also performed with the Orchestra della Valle d’Aosta, the Quarta4 Orchestra, the Youth National Orchestra of Romania, the Sinfonica Abruzzese Orchestra, the Royal Chambre de Wallonie and the RAI Orchestra Torino, played at important festivals such as the Beethovenfest Bonn , The Allegro Vivo Festival, the Diabelli Summer, the Piatti Festival, the Festival d’Aix en Provence, the Rencontres musicales d’Evian and the Mondsee Musikfestival. She played at the Wiener Konzerthaus and the Società dei concerti Trieste.

During the 2017-2018 season she will give her debuts with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra under Paul McCreesh, as well as with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra at the Suntory Hall in Tokyo. In addition, she will play an extended tour through Austria and at the Sommets Musicaux festival in Gstaad together with the pianist Annika Treutler. Further chamber music projects will be with Stefan Vladar and Daniel Ottensamer as well as with Aron Pilsan in Colombia.

Julia Hagen has won several prizes at the “Prima La Musica” competition (Solo and Chamber Music) and won the 2010 International Cellocompetition in Liezen. In the summer of 2014, she was awarded the ESTA Special Prize at the International Brahms Competition, and in October 2016 she won the international Cello Competition Benedetto Mazzacurati in Turin and received the audience prize.

In the summer of 2017, she was awarded the Hajek-Boss-Wagner Cultural Prize.

The young cellist was a participant of the Ozawa Academy, as well as the Verbier Festival Academy, where she was awarded the Nicolas-Firmenich Prize in 2016 as the best newcomer.

She was a participant of the chamber music project “MMM” of the Kronberg Academy, as well as the chamber music project of the Vienna Philharmonic in Salzburg.

Julia Hagen plays a violoncello by Francesco Ruggieri (Cremona, 1684), which is provided to her privately.

Christina Brabetz

Doesjka van der Linden

Veranstaltungen

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof: Christina Brabetz & Julia Hagen

Admission at 4.30 pm

In cooperation with Europäischer Hof Heidelberg

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof: Janis Pfeifer

Admission at 4.30 pm

In cooperation with  Europäischer Hof Heidelberg

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof: Doesjka van der Linden

in cooperation with Hotel Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg

Tea Time at Europäischen Hof: Roman Lopatynskyi

in cooperation with Hotel Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof: flex ensemble

Our »Tea Time«-concerts follow the traditions of British Tea Time: The audience will be treated to an assortment of high-quality teas, sandwiches, scones and clotted cream, different “biscuits” and shortbread fingers, fruit loaf among other mouth-watering delicacies.

In cooperation with »Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg«-Hotel

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof

Our »Tea Time«-concerts follow the traditions of British Tea Time: The audience will be treated to an assortment of high-quality teas, sandwiches, scones and clotted cream, different “biscuits” and shortbread fingers, fruit loaf among other mouth-watering delicacies.

In cooperation with »Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg«-Hotel

Tea time

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof

In the 18th and 19th centuries, the salon was a meeting place for educated society where people could exchange ideas and cultivate social relations while making the acquaintance of new artworks. Our Tea Time translates this tradition into a 21st century context. The musical framework will be provided by the Burkhardt/Jehle Duo (string bass and piano) and their new interpretations of jazz evergreens from the last 100 years. The audience will be treated to high-quality teas, sandwiches, scones with clotted cream, fine biscuits, shortbread fingers, fruit loaf and other mouth-watering delicacies. An afternoon on which culinary and musical delights gel into a perfect symbiosis.

In cooperation with Hotel Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg

Tea time

Tea Time at Europäischer Hof

In the 18th and 19th centuries, the salon was a meeting place for educated society where people could exchange ideas and cultivate social relations while making the acquaintance of new artworks. Our Tea Time translates this tradition into a 21st century context. The musical framework will be provided by the Burkhardt/Jehle Duo (string bass and piano) and their new interpretations of jazz evergreens from the last 100 years. The audience will be treated to high-quality teas, sandwiches, scones with clotted cream, fine biscuits, shortbread fingers, fruit loaf and other mouth-watering delicacies. An afternoon on which culinary and musical delights gel into a perfect symbiosis.

In cooperation with Hotel Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg