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Pinchas Adt (Violin)

Pinchas Adt was born in Stuttgart on the 4th of November 1991 into a musicians family. He started taking violin lessons at the age of five with Ulrike Abdank. 2008 he started studying with Prof. Ingolf Turban as a pre-college student at the Musikhochschule in Munich and after his school graduation in 2010 as a full-time student. In 2014 he was accepted at the Conservatory Karlsruhe under Prof. Albrecht-Laurent Breuninger, where he is studying since.

He took part in various masterclasses e.g. with Ana Chumacenco, Natalia Prishepenko, Helmut Zehetmaier, Heime Müller, Günter Pichler, Gerhard Schulz and Eberhard Feltz. Pinchas was prize winner of the national competitions „Jugend musiziert“ in Germany, where he also won a special award from the Stadtsparkasse. With the Goldmund Quartet he won the first prize at the Gasteig Competition in Munich, the First Prize at the 2014 Schoenfeld International String Competition in China and the 2015 Young Artist Prize of the State of Bavaria.

Besides his activity as the second violinist of the Goldmund Quartet, Pinchas regularly gives concerts as a soloist and chamber musician. For many years he has participated at the children concerts of the Munich Philharmonics under Heinrich Klug, where he often performed as a soloist. Other orchestras he performed with as a soloist were e.g. the Strak-Orchestra, Augsburg Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Isartal, the Philharmonic Orchestra Bad Reichenhall and the Soloist Ensemble of the Munich Conservatory among others. In chamber music concerts he has performed with international artists such as Arabella Steinbacher, Franz Halasz, Peter Buck and Ingolf Turban and appeared at international festivals such as the Festival Aix-en-Provence, Festival de Música y Danza Granada, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele,  Heidelberg Spring International Music Festival and Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Concerts have took him through Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, France, Italy,  Norway, Spain, Marocco, Canada, China and the US. Various concerts and radio shows have been recorded by eading broadcasting companies in Germany such as Bavarian Radio, ARD, Deutschlandradio and einsfestival. Since 2010 he has been a scholarship recipient of the Yehudi Menuhin „Live Music Now“ society and received scholarships by the Theodor-Rogler foundation.

Pinchas plays a violin of Giovanni Battista Guadagnini from 1773.

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