Lena Neudauer

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Lena Neudauer (* 1984 in Munich ) is a German violinist .


Lena Neudauer started playing the violin at the age of 3. She first received lessons from Helge Thelen and later from Sonja Korkeala . At the age of 11 she attended the Mozarteum in Salzburg and studied with Thomas Zehetmair and most recently with Christoph Poppen . Already at the age of 15 Lena Neudauer won the 4th  Leopold Mozart International Violin Competition 1999 (Mozart Prize - 1st Prize) in Augsburg . In 2013 she was a member of the jury at the 8th Leopold Mozart International Violin Competition .

In 2010 she was appointed professor for violin at the Saar University of Music in Saarbrücken. Since the winter semester of 2016 she has been professor for violin at the University of Music and Theater in Munich .

She owes much of her artistic work to the collaboration with Felix Andrievsky , Ana Chumachenco , Midori Gotō , Nobuko Imai and Seiji Ozawa . As a soloist she has played with orchestras such as the Munich Chamber Orchestra , the Orchester National de Belgique, the Polish Chamber Philharmonic, the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra , the Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra and the Munich Symphony Orchestra and under conductors such as Dennis Russell Davies , Mariss Jansons , Christoph Poppen and Wojciech Rajski .

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  1. https://www.myheimat.de/friedberg/lena-neudauer-in-friedberg-eine-violinistin-der-extraklasse-d1468.html