Laetitia Hahn

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Laetitia Hahn gave her first solo recital in piano and violin in the age of seven, played with nine at the ceremony of the International Mendelssohn Prize to German President Richard von Weizsäcker in the Leipzig Gewandhaus and gave with ten with her solo and then her Orchestra debut with Beethoven concerto No. 2. With ten she won two masterclasses with Lang Lang in Munich and Frankfurt, who appointed her as Music Ambassador in 2013 and played with her together in Munich and in Nanjing / China at the piano. At the age of eleven, she was named “People 2014” by the Aachener Nachrichten and began her solo concert tour “From the gallant dance to the wild

Hunt “in Europe, extended by piano concertos with philharmonic Orchestras. At twelve, she became Kawai artist and matriculated student in the degree program “Bachelor of Arts in Music”

Kalaidos University with Prof. Grigory Gruzman. At 13, she took her first CD and gave her first masterclass at the Little Opera. She performed in many important concert halls and philharmonics in the most diverse Events in Europe and Asia, such as at the Piano Festival Ruhr in Essen, the

Köthener Bachfesttagen, in the concert series “Mozart in Minor” in Frankfurt, at “Ein Herz für Kinder” in Berlin, with Ronald McDonald Kinderhilfegala 2015 in Vienna, the Autumn music days in Bad Urach, the Mosel Music Festival 2015 and 2016 as well as the Chopin Festival 2016 and 2017 in Poland and was selected for Classic for Peace by Maestro Anna Skryleva.

She has won numerous first prizes and attended masterclasses by Lang Lang, Dmitry Bashkirov, Krystian Tkaczewski, Wolfgang Manz, John Perry, Kevin Kenner and Leif Ove Andsnes. Laetitia loves languages, reading and traveling.

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