„Music is my language. In the past I experienced, that I have a strong intuition. It is guiding me when I make music. Being able to express on the violin, what I could not say otherwise, enriches my life on a daily basis and I am thankful to everyone, who has been supportive of my development as a musician.“
Anne Maria Wehrmeyer, born in Berlin in 2000 - has been playing the violin since she was four.
Her competition successes include prizes at the "International Violin Competition Vaclav Huml" in Zagreb (2017) and at the TONALi17 violin competition in Hamburg (2017). At the national competition "Jugend musiziert" she won several first prizes, including the Eduard Soering Prize (2014). In 2016 she received the Music Prize of the City of Regensburg. After successfully participating in the German Music Competition 2018, she was also accepted as a scholarship holder in the federal selection of concerts of young artists - a project of the German Music Council. In 2020 she won a third prize in the 39th international violin competition „Premio Rodolfo Lipizer“ in Gorizia, Italy.
Masha's repertoire includes works from the baroque to the present day as well as chamber music in a wide variety of settings. She made her orchestral debut at the age of nine. Currently she is performing with Julius Schepansky, accordion, on a regular basis.
Maria plays a violin made by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi, Milan around 1750-75, from the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.
from 10. – 18. April 2021
12. and 13. Juni 2021