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The German-Swiss cellist Hannah Vinzens currently lives and works in Salzburg.

She began her concert studies with a junior talent program at the Guildhall School of Music and Art in London. This was followed by a bachelor's degree with Rafael Rosenfeld at the Musikakademie Basel in Switzerland. She completed her master's degree at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Enrico Bronzi and graduated with distinction.


Her collaboration with first-class ensembles has helped her to perform lively concerts in and beyond Europe in recent years. Numerous CD recordings on the labels CPO and MDG as well as radio contributions document her versatile artistic work.


Chamber music is particularly important to Hannah Vinzens and has played a central role in her concert career for years. Her chamber music partners include Prof. Gereon Kleiner (piano) and Prof. Wolfgang Brunner (Hammerfügel). Since 2018 she has performed in the “Felice Piano Trio” together with Maria Held (violin) and Eric Chuamchenco (piano). With Martin Osiak (violin) and Marta Kucbora (fortepiano) she plays the repertoire for piano trio on historical instruments.


In May 2021 her debut album will be released as a soloist with the first recording of Oskar Wermann's complete works for Cello and Organ on the MDG label.


For years Hannah Vinzens has devoted herself intensively to the historical performance practice of baroque music, the Viennese classic and German romantic on the respective instruments. She is the cellist of Ensemble BachWerkVokal and together with Gordon Safari holds a leading position of the Ensemble. As a baroque cellist, she is also a permanent member of the Salzburger Hofmusik under Wolfgang Brunner.


In 2018 Hannah Vinzens took over the artistic direction of the concert series “Klassik am Berg” in Graubünden / Switzerland.


Since 2018 she is leading a cello and chamber music class at the Chiemgau Music Academy.


Hannah Vinzens has received scholarships from numerous funding programs and has won prizes national and international competitions.


She plays a Neapolitan cello from 1756, which has been generously placed at her disposal.

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