English Vita

English Vita

The swedish-german pianist, organist and composer Ann-Helena, Mag. art, born in Nuremberg, Germany, grew up in a pianist’s family. Her parents, sisters, brothers and together ten relatives are professional musicians. Piano lessons began when she was four years old. She was taught by her swedish mother, Ann-Margret Schlüter, who was teaching piano at the University of Würzburg. With six years old she was taught by her father, pianist Prof. Karl Heinz Schlüter, who was teaching at the University of Music in Nuremberg and Osnabrück. When she was eight years old she wrote her first poems. 

She accomplished several academic degrees in Cologne, Würzburg, Frankfurt, Detmold, Heidelberg, Salzburg and in the USA in Piano Solo and in Music Pedagogy (Diploma Music Education, Artistic Solo-Diploma Piano, Art-PHD, Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, Magister Artium).

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Concert Organ, Concert Piano

She played in masterclasses, festivals and concerts (in Italy, Poland, USA, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Nepal, Austria, Australia, USA), masterclasses piano and organ with Gililov, Margulis, Kämmerling, Perticaroli, Gililov, Hewitt, Hakim, Ericsson, Schmeding, Jacobs, Weißenberg, Berman, Bossert, Guarneri Trio, Duo Karl-Heinz/Michael Schlüter…), DAAD- scholar, GVL-scholar, Vera-Ritter-Foundation, Arizona State University-scholar. She received a DAAD scholarship for studying in foreign countries. She won first prize in many piano competitions in Germany and abroad: International Steinway Piano Competition Hamburg, International Nürnberg Piano Competition, International Robert Schumann Piano Competition Zwickau, Prizewinner Bundes- Competition Jugend musiziert, International Concerto Competiton MasterWorks Festival London. Tschaikowsky Piano Concerto

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