Curriculum Vitae

Almuth Siegel, born in 1986, frequently performs as a violinist in various ways: As soloist along with orchestras such as the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO), the Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra or the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bad Reichenhall, or as concertmaster of the Munich University of Music and Performing Arts' Symphony Orchestra. You will also find her engaged in chamber music at concert halls such as the Munich Cuvilliés Theatre or the Max-Josef-Saal der Residenz. Aside from that she contributed to the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra as a member of the orchestra academy program.
Almuth Siegel has had soloist and chamber musical performances throughout Europe, however, she already performed in Canada, the United States and New Zealand as well. She received much of her training with Prof. Ingolf Turban and Prof. Ana Chumachenco at the Munich University of Music and Performing Arts.
2010/2011 marked a new level of perfection, when Almuth Siegel
studied with Prof. Mauricio Fuks of the Jacob School of Music (Indiana University) in Bloomington, USA. She also learned attending master classes with Denès Zsigmondy, Igor Ozim and Zakhar Bron (among others). She successfully participated in multiple music competitions. For instance, in 2004 she gained a First Prize on the federal level at the nationally renowned “Jugend Musiziert“ competition. In 2007 she was seen as finalist of the international Louis-Spohr-Competition. 2008 saw her being honored with a second prize at the Competition for “Sound and Explanation“ of the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft. Almuth Siegel was also successful with a composition of her own, which was recognized at the National Competition for Composition of the “Jeunesses Musicales“ in 2006. She was a scholar of the German National Merit Foundation. Since 2009, she participates in numerous concerts as part of the "Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now" initiative, bringing music to people who cannot attend concerts themselves.