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The concert organist, concert pianist, and composer Ann-Helena Schlüter, who was sponsored by grants from the Ernst-von-Siemens-Musikstiftung Schweiz and the Gisela Bartels-Stiftung in 2020 and 2021, who studied the organ at the conservatoires HafMDK Frankfurt am Main, HfK Heidelberg, HfM Würzburg and HfMT Hamburg under Ericsson, Bossert, van Dijk from 2018 to 2021, obtaining a Master grade of 1.0, has been performing concerts on all continents across the world, even during the Covid pandemic. Concert piano exams under Bernd Glemser.
Ann-Helena Schlüter, a Swedish-German artist and lyricist, studied in Germany, the USA (Phoenix), Australia (Perth) and Austria, sponsored by the DAAD, concert performance piano concert exams Meisterklassendiplom Bernd Glemser, HfM Würzburg, HfMT Cologne, HfM Detmold, music education and musik scince at the University of Leipzig, the University of Würzburg, the Mozarteum University Salzburg (Magister Artium; Master’s, dissertation probably at the end of 2021). She is a music scientist, conveyor of music and an author, publishes CDs with Audite, Hänssler Classic, sheet music, volumes of lyrics and novels (SCM). She is an international laureate in literature, music and painting. She writes orchestral works, organ works, piano works, choir works, and songs (Laurentius Musikverlag, Furore Verlag, Heinrichshofen Verlag).
Her studies were a double major in Music Science and Music Education, University of Würzburg under Ulrich Konrad, Friedhelm Brusniak, Magistra Artium. Scientific studies under Alexander Lingas, USA, Elena Ungeheuer, Kai Köpp, Reinhard Flender, HfMT Hamburg. PhD studies in music science under Helmut Loos at the University of Leipzig as well as PhD Music Mediation and Music Education at the Mozarteum University Salzburg under Heike Henning and Silke Schmid, Freiburg. Her dissertation in music education bears the title BACH BERÜHREN (TOUCHING BACH).
“Creating a bond and collaboration between artistic profession, science and research is important.” (AHS)
Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Saarländischer Rundfunk 2020