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Bea Magdalena Sallaberger

Bea Magdalena Sallaberger was born in Leipzig in 1995 and received her first cello lessons at the age of seven. In 2006 she became a student of Clemens Weigel in Munich. After graduating from high school, she studied under Prof. Markus Wagner at the Nuremberg University of Music, which she graduated with honors in summer 2018. In 2016/17 she studied with Prof. Antonio Meneses at the Bern University of the Arts (Switzerland) with an Erasmus+ scholarship. She continued her training with Prof. Meneses at the Accademia Walter Stauffer in Cremona. Since 2018 she has been a master's student with Prof. Gustav Rivinius at the Saar University of Music (HfM). In addition, she has been taking baroque cello lessons from Mario Blaumer since 2019 and is involved in contemporary music. 

Bea Magdalena received important musical impulses from master classes, for example with Frans Helmerson, Claudio Bohorquez, Wen-Sinn Yang, Danjulo Ishizaka, Peter Bruns, Sebastian Klinger, Wolfgang Boettcher and others. With various chamber music ensembles she received lessons from Eberhard Feltz, Oliver Wille, Dirk Mommertz, Paul Rivinius, Andreas Willwohl, the Mandelring Quartet, the Artemis Quartet and others. She is also a scholarship holder of the International Music Academy in Liechtenstein and takes part in the intensive weeks there. 

In 2017 Bea Magdalena won the 1st prize in the “Mozart Competition” with her piano quartet and in 2018 with her piano trio. 

She played concerts in Germany, Austria, Hungary, Italy and China. She gained orchestral experience in the 2018/19 season as an intern at the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie (SR / SWR) and in 2016/17 with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra. Since 2018 she has been playing regularly with the Munich Bach Soloists, and since 2020 as an assistant in the Saarland State Orchestra. As a soloist she played with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the Plauen-Zwickau Theater Orchestra, the Günzburg Chamber Orchestra and repeatedly with the Ensemble Haar. 

Bea received funding through a Germany Scholarship, the Richard Wagner Scholarship and the acceptance into the Yehudi Menuhn - Live Music Now foundation. 

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