Christine-Maria Höller | © Christian Schneider

Christine-Maria Höller

Lektorin for violin (Pre-College)Department String StudiesPre-CollegeInstitute for Chamber Music
In addition to classical works, Chistina-Maria Höller devotes herself intensively to contemporary compositions, which she has premiered several times as a soloist. Since 2002 she has taught at the Mozarteum University and is active as a lecturer at violin seminars in Europe and South America.
Christine-Maria Höller received violin lessons from the age of seven. She studied violin with Helmut Zehetmair at the Mozarteum University and graduated with distinction. She completed her postgraduate studies with Lukas Hagen as well as further training with Igor Ozim. She has attended numerous master classes, including with Shmuel Ashkenazy, Gilles Apap, Rony Rogoff, Michael Frischenschlager, Dimitri Sitkovetsky, Leonidas Kavakos and Stefan Picard. She has won multiple prizes at national and international violin competitions.

Concert performances have taken her to Salzburg, Vienna, Bayreuth, Dortmund, Prague, Munich, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Music Festival, Zagreb, Istanbul, Argentina and Italy, among others. As a soloist she performed with the Bern Symphony Orchestra, the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, the RSO Prague, the Dortmund Philharmonic, the West German Symphony, the Berlin Symphony, the Salzburg Philharmonic, the Capella Istropolitana, the Dvořák Symphony Orchestra Prague, the Orquesta Sinfonica De Salta, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, the Bochum Symphony Orchestra, the North German Philharmonic and the Zagreb Philharmonic. In duo and trio she played with Lukas Hagen, Markus Tomasi, Rico Gulda, Luca Monti, Keiko Hattori, Mari Kato, Gerda Guttenberg, among others , Noriko Shiozaki and Irma Kliauzaite-Franc.