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Anna Naomi Schultsz

Anna Naomi Schultsz was born in Basel in 2004. She first held a violin at the age of two, when she received her first violin lessons from her mother, Isabelle Ladewig. In 2010, she began receiving lessons from Professor Coosje Wijzenbeek in Ftan. She was also taught by Françoise Zöldy in Basel. The young violinist receives a scholarship from the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein and regularly participates in the intensive music weeks there. From the age of four, Anna Naomi Schultsz has also been playing the recorder, taught first by Margret Föppl, and currently by Kathrin Bopp at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.

At the age of seven she won a 1st prize with distinction in recorder at the “Swiss competition for young musicians”. In 2013, she was awarded the 1st prize for violin at the “Swiss young musicians duet competition”. She also won 1st prize with distinction and maximum points at the “Laupersdorf music competition”. In February 2016 she was awarded a 2nd prize at the “Concours International Grumiaux pour jeunes violonistes”.

Anna Naomi Schultsz gave her first public concert at the age of four, and regularly performs in charity concerts and prize winners’ concerts. She also plays as a guest with Coosje Wijzenbeek’s “Fancy Fiddlers” in Holland and Switzerland. At the age of nine she gave her first solo performance with orchestral accompaniment in Basel. In August 2015, she performed at the renowned “Grachtenfestival” in Amsterdam, which was broadcast on Dutch television. In April 2016, she gave an extremely successful performance of Bruch’s Violin Concerto with the Academic Orchestra in the “Martinskirche” in Basel.

 

January 2017