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Magdalena Mullerperth

Magdalena Mullerperth

A young German pianist, Magdalena Mullperth has already received in excess of 35 awards for musical excellence and has performed worldwide both solo and with accompaniment.



Magdalena Mullerperth was born on the 18th of September 1992 in Pforzheim, Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany and began piano lessons at the age of 5.

Since 1999, she has won over 35 prizes at piano competitions including Les Recontres Internationales des Jeunes Pianistes de l'an 2002 in Belgium, The Permio Della Critica 2004 at the Concorso Europeo di Musica in Italy, the German State Piano Competition Jugend Musizient in 2005 and first prize at a competition held by the Minnesota Orchestra, Young People's Symphony Concert Association in the USA.

In 2003, Magdalena Mullerperth became a junior student of Professor Sontraud Speidel at the Public University of Music in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 2007 she became a student of Professor Alexander Braginsky at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA which was founded by scholarships.

In 2009, she performed her solo debut with a recital as part of the Monsatery Maulbronner Concertos which consisted of such repetoire as Bach and Pavel as well as contemporary compositions. Her parter at the piano is often Frank Dupree.

As well as giving recitals in Europe, Russia and the USA, Magdelena Mullerperth performs as a featured soloist with Baden-Bardener Philharmoniker conducted by Werner Stiefel, the Slovak Sinfonietta under Peter Wallinger, Kurpfalzer Kammerorchester, Stuttgarter Philharmoniker conducted by Simon Gaudenz, the State Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine Lugansk conducted by Kurt Schmid and Minnesota Orchestra under Marc Russell Smith.

From September 2010, she studied with Jerome Rose at Mannes College, the New School for Music in New York City and later, following a concert given at Schloss Lichtenberg, received the music prize of the Lichtenberger Musikstiftung Herfried Apel from the deput prime minister of Hesse, Jorg-Uwe Hahn.