Biography Julia Rinderle
The promising young German pianist Julia Rinderle fascinates her audience with a strong stage presence and highly sensitive and profound playing. Julia’s many concerts have taken her to numerous cities throughout Germany and Europe to Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, Israel, China and the USA. She has been invited to perform at the “Köthener Bachfesttage” and at the “International Music Festival Goslar” as well as at the famous Tivoli Concert Hall Copenhagen and the “Gläserner Saal” at Musikverein, Vienna.
Moreover, she played concerts in the USA at the famous Piano Festival “Pianofest in the Hamptons” and went on a China Tour with six solo recitals in 2019.
Julia Rinderle completed her Master’s program in chamber music at the University Mozarteum Salzburg in the class of Professor Imre Rohmann with the highest marks, as well as her Master’s degree in piano solo performance at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media with Professor Roland Krüger.
In addition, through master classes for piano and chamber music, she has received significant artistic guidance from famous luminaries like Bernd Glemser, Matthias Kirschnereit, Bernd Goetzke, Emanuel Ax, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Paul Schenly, Paul Badura-Skoda and Arie Vardi.
At just 13 years of age, she gave her first performance as a soloist with symphony orchestra, and since then has regularly performed concertos with orchestras including “The Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Sopot”.
Julia Rinderle held scholarships from the sought-after „Deutschland- Stipendium“, the scholarship “Musik braucht Freunde” Hannover and the “Rupert-Gabler-Stiftung”.
She has received numerous prizes at national and international music competitions, including first prize at the “Steinway” Competition in Munich and second prize at the International Chamber Music Competition “Charles Hennen Competition” in Heerlen (Netherlands) with her piano trio. In addition, she was given the third prize at the International Piano Competition “Concorso Argento” in Italy and won four different special prizes at the international “Münchner Klavierpodium”. Moreover, Julia Rinderle won the 16th international “Louis- Spohr- Wettbewerb” as well as the audience award and was awarded first prize at the international piano competition „Lia Tortora“ in Italy. Furthermore, she won the „II. International Youth Piano Competition“ in Troisdorf, Germany and received the Silver Medal together with violinist Sophia Herbig at the “5th Manhattan International Music Competition”.
In February 2016, Julia Rinderle released her Debut CD with the world premiere recording of the “Ghostly scenes” by Anselm Hüttenbrenner, which received enthusiastic reviews. Her second solo album „Schubertiade on piano“ has been released in May 2019 with the German Label ARS Produktion.
From 2019 till 2022 Julia Rinderle has been working as a piano docent at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media and is now teaching also as docent for piano a at the University of Music and Drama in Leipzig.
Mrs. Rinderle is a very many-sided artist. She enjoys presenting her concerts and giving the audience useful and enjoyable information about the pieces she will perform. She is also experienced in performing contemporary music and its special effects or methods (such as John Cage’s “Prepared Piano”) as well as early music on harpsichord and pianoforte. Julia is a skilled and passionate chamber musician and has performed with many different instruments, including the clarinet, flute, oboe, trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion instruments, violin, viola, and cello, as well as with singers