Artist in Residence
2021 the title "Artist in Residence" is awarded for the first time within the KonzertGut series
The board of directors of the "Friends of the KonzertGut Society" is pleased to award the title of "Artist in Residence" to the internationally celebrated pianist Nicole Rudi for the years 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024.
In her concerts in the new series "Blind Date" she will perform with internationally renowned artists, two violinists (Austria, France), one cellist (France) and two sopranos (England).
Congratulations for this award.
As a "pianist with playful depth", Nicole Rudi is praised by the press for her expressive and deeply felt interpretations. "To listen to her is an experience", write the Wolfsburger Nachrichten".
Born in 1995 in a German-Ukrainian family, she started playing the piano at the age of 5, followed by studies in Hanover and Vienna with Prof. Wolfgang Zill, Prof. Tim Ovens and Prof. Alexander Schimpf. Nicole Rudi has been awarded numerous prizes at international piano competitions andscholarships including the Karg Foundation and the Dr. Giesing Foundation. In addition to playing solo, Nicole Rudi is increasingly devoting herself to chamber music a and is also valued here for her "sensitive play".
As a sought-after pianist, she performs in numerous countries in Europe and Asia and is currently continuing her master's degree at the Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf in the class of Prof. Paolo Giacometti.