© Álfheiður Erla Guðmundsdóttir

© Álfheiður Erla Guðmundsdóttir

Finalist and Best Performance of Bloch Suite hébraïque award winner at the 7th National Viola Competition in Amsterdam. 


Finalist and Best Performance of Bloch Suite hébraïque award winner at the Amsterdam National Viola Competition 2021, Giulia Wechsler was born in Zurich into a non-musician family in 1995; she started her music journey at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana at 5.

Season 2022/2023 highlights include a series of concerts with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Utopia Orchestra led by Teodor Currentzis, and a recital at LAC (Lugano Arte Cultura) Concert Hall.

 After graduating Highschool, she pursued her studies at the Hanns Eisler Hochschule für Musik in Berlin with Julia Gartemann, a member of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. In May 2022, She obtained her master's degree with excellent marks in the viola class of Nobuko Imai and Marjolein Dispa at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and in 2022 she studied in Berlin at the Barenboim-Said Academy with Prof. Yulia Deyneka. Despite her young age, Giulia has already performed in major concert Halls, including the Berlin Philharmonie, Oumi-gakudou Tokyo opera city, Swiss Federal Palace in Bern, Tonhalle Zurich, Casa de la Música, Quito/ Ecuador. 

She plays a viola by Stephan Peter Greiner made in 2019, and a Richard Wilson bow lent by Peter Hauber.







© 2017 Giulia Wechsler - info@giuliawechsler.com
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