Giulia Brinckmeier is an award-winning violinist, who has acquired a great deal of artistic freedom at a young age by musical sensitivity and virtuosity. As a soloist and chamber musician inspired by a game that will be in the musicality, masterful technical skill on the violin and the deeper understanding of the composition to form a unit and show the interpretation of the artist.
So she made the proximity and numerous accesses the violin obvious to the virtuoso for the public, at the same time anticipating the multidimensional requirements for chamber music, reserves the wisdom of a structure, the voltage tonal and rhythmic lines of each piece of music in mind. It makes a significant contribution to the ensemble in which she plays a total of excellent sounds, so also in phrasing and expression following outstanding quality. In what ensemble compilation also always plays the young violinist: She approaches as a soloist and chamber musician, fresh, expressive and music history well informed the audience wins it without overpowering by mere "technical virtuosity".
Born into a musical family in 1988 in the Italian part of Switzerland was Giulia Brinckmeier at the age of 3 years by her father violin lessons.
At the age of seven she attended the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Portogruaro and debuted the same age as soloist with the Radio Orchestra of Italian Switzerland in the Violin Concerto in A Major by Antonio Vivaldi.
The impressively confirmed talent, motivation and virtuosity of the young artist are by various first prizes Giulia Brinckmeier receives in national and international music competitions in Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Hungary. This also applies to the awards throughout her musical education.
She completed her diploma in 2008 at the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan with the highest score from, thereafter her the Premio "Primo Carmirelli" is awarded for the best performance of the year diploma for violinists.
Also it is excellent for the final examination of their studies at the Vienna Conservatory (2009-2012) under the leadership of Prof. Anton Sorokow and for their written work to the completion of the Master with the theme "The history of the Chaconne."
Since 2011 Giulia Brinckmeier studied the violin performance at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna with Prof. Anton Sorokow. . In the period 2007 to 2011 Giulia Brinckmeier refined their technical skills on the violin, deepened their understanding of composition and expanded her repertoire in master classes with renowned musicians (violinist), including Thomas Brandis (concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic), Gerhard Schulz (Alban Berg Quartet, Austria ) Eduard Grach (Russia) and Francesco Manara (concertmaster of the Orchestra of La Scala, Italy).
Based on their first-class education and its broad but still challenging repertoire Giulia Brinckmeier performs as a soloist and chamber musician with renowned orchestras such as the Webern Symphony Orchestra, the Imola Chamber Orchestra, the AURORA Festival Orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bacau and the Houlencourt Soloist Chamber Orchestra (HSCO). In this context, their Substitutentätigkeit belongs with the Vienna Symphony and the Wiener Concert Verein. She is currently concertmaster of the Imola Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Marco Boni. From 2006 to 2011 she has in the context of chamber music projects with duo and trio ensembles acclaimed concert appearances in Venice (Palazzo Albizzi), Bologna (Auditorium Manzoni), Milan (Teatro the Filodrammatici and Puccini Hall) and in Fiesole (Auditorium Sinopoli).
In 2011 Giulia Brinckmeier founded the Chromatique trio (piano, violin, cello), with whom she recorded the CD "Chromatique Trio" published in 2012. You can hear and feel that she enjoys her artistic freedom with this ensemble and can make their personal view of a composition audible. With their playful ways that retrieves precisely and making great use, makes them hidden leeway for interpretation transparent, puts their views is in the finest nuances of sound, timing and temperament of their game. In this sense, she is on her way to becoming a musical skill that encloses inwardness, rational Discover and emotional understanding of chamber music.
Giulia Brinckmeier was promoted in the time of their musical training from renowned foundations and is 2013/2014 scholarship from the Foundation Dr. Robert and Lina Thyll-Dürr/Schweiz.