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Sophie K.

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I am a German master of music student at the Guildhall school of music and drama in London.
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Cello lessons

Ages 1 - 4 - £20 - 30min
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Ages 22+ - £20 - 30min
Adult Education - £20 - 30min
Beginners - £20 - 30min
Average - £20 - 30min
Advanced - £20 - 30min
Professionals - £20 - 30min

German lessons and courses

Preschool Age - £30 - 60min
Primary Age - £30 - 60min
Secondary Age - £30 - 60min
A-Level - £30 - 60min
Degree - £30 - 60min
Adult Learner - £30 - 60min
Graduate - £30 - 60min
Post-Graduate - £30 - 60min
Secondary School Preparation - £30 - 60min
Student Preparation - £30 - 60min
Ages 1 - 4 - £30 - 60min
Ages 5 - 7 - £30 - 60min
Ages 8 - 11 - £30 - 60min
Ages 12 - 14 - £30 - 60min
Ages 15 - 16 - £30 - 60min
Ages 17 - 18 - £30 - 60min
Ages 19 - 21 - £30 - 60min
Ages 22+ - £30 - 60min
Adult Education - £30 - 60min
Beginners - £30 - 60min
Average - £30 - 60min
Advanced - £30 - 60min
Professionals - £30 - 60min
Special Services - Sophie K.
Institution Town Speciality Degree Class
Hochschule für Musik Detmold / University of Music Detmold, Ger Detmold Cello Bachelor
Royal College of Music Stockholm Stockholm Cello, Chamber Music Bachelor
Guildhall School of Music and Drama London Cello Master
Additional information and experience - Sophie K.

Sophie K.


The german Sophie K. is one of the most promising cellists of her generation in Europe. Since 2014 she studied with Prof. Alexander Gebert and Prof. Xenia Jankovic in both – artistic and pedagogical studies at the University of Music Detmold, Germany. In 2017/18 she studied as an exchange student through the Erasmus program at the Royal College of Music Stockholm in the chamber music academy Edsberg with Jakob Koranyi , Mats Zetterqvist and Torleif Thedeen. She received her Bachelor degree in spring 2019 and started her master studies in September at the London “Guildhall School of Music and Drama” with Prof. Louise Hopkins. The University offered her the "Child memorial award", a financial award for her studies.

Born in 1995 near Augsburg (Germany) in a family of professional musicians, for Sophie K. music was always a part of her everyday life. After her first cello lessons at the age of five she had successfully won various competitions for Singers and Cellists, as the Germany-wide competition „Jugend Musiziert”. In 2013 she received first prizes in two categories - as a soloist and with her Piano quartet. Moreover her chamber music ensemble also won the „WDR 3 Klassikpreis” (“Prize of Classics”).

Before her studies she had lessons with Edgar Gredler, the Solo Cellist of the “Bayerischer Rundfunk” (the Bavarian broadcast orchestra in Munich) and Stephan Haack, the Solo Cellist of the renowned “Münchner Philharmoniker” (the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra). In her music and art focused High School, the “Pestalozzi Gymnasium”, she could benefit from its wide spectrum of musical education.

Sophie attended masterclasses with Professors like W. Boettcher, M. Carneiro, N. Eppinger, L. Fenyö, G. Gnocchi, N. Gutman, F. Helmerson, L. Hopkins, Z. Plesser, E. Rovner, G. Schiefen, T. Thedeen, W. Yang as well as Alban Gerhardt and Jan Vogler. Additional she visited festivals all around Europe as for example the Cello and Chamber Music Festivals at the Kronberg Academy. Furthermore she took advanced classes in baroque and contemporary music techniques with Dmitri Dichtiar and Prof. Andreas Lindenbaum and currently studies baroque cello as her second studies at the Guildhall with Joseph Crouch.

As a Soloist, Sophie gave concerts in all big concert venues in and around Munich. For example did she perform the Dvorak Cello concerto in November 2016 and Tchaikovskys “Rococo Variations” in 2019 in the “Herkulessaal” of the Residence of Munich, one of the biggest concert halls in Germany. She worked with conducters like C. Adt, S. Gauer and B. Koch and played with various student and semiprofessional orchestras as well as professional orchestras like the “Bad Reichenhaller Philharmoniker”. More solistic concerts are planned for the upcoming seasons with various orchestras in Munich ( www.*** ).

Sophies focus lies on chamber music and orchestra playing. Through numerous courses, projects and especially the education at the Edsberg chamber music academy with Prof. Mats Zetterqvist in Sweden, she was able to increase her repertoire and her ability in ensemble play. Her latest success was shown in receiving the first prize in the “Auryn Competition” with her ensemble.
She joined the bavarian youth orchestra in 2009, the young “allgäuer” philharmonics in 2014 and played in Europa Musicale´s “womens orchestra” in 2018. Moreover did she play in the Edsberg as well as in the Australian Chamber Orchestra under the leadership of Richard Tognetti. Sophie played under conducters like Mariss Jansons, Daniel Blendulf, Han-Na Chang and Kristiina Poska.

Besides the traditional concert venues Sophie gave performances in elementary schools with a youth Orchestra, which was founded by her and Anna Handler in Munich, to make music accessible to children from elementary schools in near-illiterate social classes. The Orchestra also performed in various refugee camps. Furthermore she joined “Musethika” in spring 2018, a music project with concerts in hospitals and rest homes.

As a child of two music educators and authors of various instrument methods Sophie learned right from the start the basics of educational teaching. Already in High School she was assigned to teach younger students in groups, as well as in the music school of Munich. In the last five years she was employed at the music school “Musikschule Schieder - Schwalenberg”as the main teacher for all Cello students. Furthermore she could benefit from her science of education studies.

Sophie K. plays a Cello of “Giuseppe Pedrazzini” made in 1942, Milano, which is placed at her disposal from the “Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben” Hamburg.

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