Ana Chumachenco

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Ana Chumachenco in Kronberg, 2009

Ana Chumachenco (* 1945 in Padua ) is an Argentinian - German violinist . She was professor for violin at the University of Music and Theater in Munich .


Chumachenco is of Ukrainian descent, born in Padua and raised in Argentina. She received her first lessons from her father Boris Chumachenco (* 1915), a student of Leopold Auer . She herself was a student of Ljerko Spiller in Buenos Aires . She also completed masterclasses with Sándor Végh , Yehudi Menuhin and Joseph Szigeti . In 1972 she founded the Munich string trio with her husband Oscar Lysy, viola, and Walter Nothas, cello.

From 1978 to 1988 Chumachenco was a visiting professor at the Menuhin Academy in Gstaad . In 1978 she founded the music festival " Domleschger Sommerkonzerte" in Graubünden together with her husband and the musician couple Touty Hunziker-Druey and Robert Hunziker .

Since 1988 Chumachenco has taught at the University of Music and Theater in Munich . Prominent graduates in her class include Sonja Korkeala , who was Chumachenco's assistant from 1993 to 2003, Julia Fischer , who was her successor in 2011, Veronika Eberle , Susanna Yoko Henkel , Arabella Steinbacher , Lisa Batiashvili , Rudens Turku and Linus Roth . Chumachenco has given master classes on a regular basis. Since 2008 she has been professor of the Kronberg Academy Masters course at Kronberg Academy . Since 2010 she has also been teaching at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, a private music academy in Madrid .

The violinist Nicolas Chumachenco (* 1944) is a brother of Ana Chumachenco, the pianist Eric Chumachenco (* 1964) is her nephew.


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Individual evidence

  1. a b Ana Chumachenco
  2. Ladislao Kurucz: Vademécum musical argentino . Ed. Vamuca, Buenos Aires 1983, p. 58 f.
  3. Prof. Ana Chumachenco awarded, February 2007
  4. Werner Roth-Bianchi: A Midsummer Night's Dream came true. Retrieved March 6, 2017 .
  5. Sonja Korkeala
  6. Biography Julia Fischer KünstlerSekretariat am Gasteig
  7. Teachers at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, accessed on February 3, 2018.
  8. ^ Eric Chumachenco University Mozarteum Salzburg