Maria-Elisabeth Lott

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Maria-Elisabeth Lott (born June 2, 1987 in Schramberg ) is a German violinist .


Maria-Elisabeth Lott is the daughter of a violinist and a music school director. She began to play the violin at the age of 3 and has been taking lessons from Josef Rissin since she was four, and from 1992 piano lessons from Olga Rissin-Morenova. In 1995 she passed the entrance examination at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe , making her Germany's youngest official music student. After completing her bachelor's and master's degree, she passed her soloist examination in 2015. Since April 2017 she has been teaching as a professor at the Detmold University of Music .

Lott has won numerous music prizes, including the first music prize from the Lichtenberger Musikstiftung Herfried Apel and the Bruno Frey Prize 2013. She is internationally recognized as one of the best young German violinists, with a particularly high reputation in France. In France, she was given her own discography. In 1998 Lott was the first musician to play Mozart's restored children 's violin.

Lott was represented by the agency IMG Artists Europe .

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  1. New professor for violin at HfM Detmold on April 5, 2017