Julia Hagen - Cello

Julia Hagen
- Cello
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Cellist Julia Hagen, born in Salzburg in 1995, is one of the most promising instrumentalists of her generation. At the age of 5 she received her first lessons from Detlef Mielke at the Musikum Salzburg. She went on to study at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Enrico Bronzi, at the University of Vienna with Reinhard Latzko and from 2013 to 2015 with legendary cellist Heinrich Schiff. In 2015 the young musician moved to Berlin to continue her studies under Prof. Jens Peter Maintz at the UdK. Julia Hagen has been a scholarship holder of the Kronberg Academy where she’s working with Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt since 2019.

In the 2020/2021 season, Julia Hagen will once again be appearing as a soloist and chamber musician as part of the “Great Talent Cycle” at the Wiener Konzerthaus. This also includes a recital with renowned pianist Igor Levit. In summer 2020 she will be a guest at the Salzburg Festival and the Menuhin Festival Gstaad. In December 2020 Julia Hagen will make her debut with Dvořák's Cello Concerto in the Palace of Arts “Müpa” in Budapest with the Kodály Philharmonic Orchestra. She also plays several concerts with the Philharmonie Südwestfalen, Bruckner Orchestra Linz and Bergische Symphoniker and will be touring Japan with the Yamagata Symphony Orchestra. Chamber music highlights include appearances with the young pianists Chiara Opalio and Aaron Pilsan in Münster, Bielefeld and at the International Bruckner Festival in Linz. Following the invitation of artistic director Maximilian Hornung, she is also going to be a guest at the “VivaCello” festival in Liestal.

Between 2014 and 2016, Julia Hagen was one of six carefully selected young cellists who took part in the “Classe d’Excellence de Violoncelle” by Gautier Capuçon, brought to life by the Louis Vuitton Foundation.

In 2019 Julia Hagen and her long-time chamber music partner, pianist Annika Treutler, released their first CD with the two cello sonatas and transcribed songs by Johannes Brahms on Hänssler Classic.

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Julia Hagen - Gstaad Menuhin Festival (CHE)

Together with Aaron Pilsan (piano)

Works by Mendelssohn, Debussy and Franck

Location: Gsteig Church, Gsteigwiler

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Julia Hagen - Brucknerfest Linz (AUT)

Together with Aaron Pilsan (piano)

Works by Mendelssohn, Raff und Brahms

Location: Brucknerhaus Linz

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Julia Hagen - Budapest (HUN)

Together with Kodály Philharmonic Debrecen

Dvořák - Celloconcert h-minor, Opus 104

Location: Müpa Budapest

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Julia Hagen - Linz (AUT)

Together with Bruckner Orchester Linz

Schumann: Concert for Violoncello und Orchester in a-minor opus 129

Location: Brucknerhaus Linz, großer Saal

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Julia Hagen - Solingen

Together with the Bergische Symphoniker

Saint-Saëns - Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 33

Location: Solingen theater and concert hall

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Julia Hagen - Remscheid

Together with the Bergische Symphoniker

Saint-Saëns - Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 33

Location: Theo Otto Theater Remscheid

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Julia Hagen - Graz (AUT)

Together with Jevgēnijs Čepoveckis (violin) and Aaron Pilsan (piano)

Works by Shostakovich, Mendelssohn and Brahms

Location: Musikverein für Steiermark Graz

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Julia Hagen - Wien (AUT)

Together with Jevgēnijs Čepoveckis (violin) and Aaron Pilsan (piano)

Works by Shostakovich, Mendelssohn and Brahms

Location: Wiener Konzerthaus

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Julia Hagen - Münster

Together with Chiara Opalio (piano)

Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 1 in F major, No. 2 in G minor, No. 3 in A major, No. 5 in D major

Location: City Hall Festival Hall Münster

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Julia Hagen - Bielefeld

Together with Chiara Opalio (piano)

Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 1 in F major, No. 2 in G minor, No. 3 in A major, No. 5 in D major

Location: Rudolf-Oetker-Halle Bielefeld

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Julia Hagen - Wien (AUT)

Together with Igor Levit (piano)

Beethoven - Cellosonate Nr. 1 F-Dur op. 5.1, Cellosonate No. 5 D-Dur op. 102.2

Mendelssohn: Cellosonate no. 1 B-Dur, op. 45, Cellosonate in D major, op. 58

Location: Vienna Concert Hall

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Julia Hagen - Wien (AUT)

Together with Michael Dangl (actor)

Works by J.S. Bach, Lutoslawski et al.

Location: Wiener Konzerthaus

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Cellist Julia Hagen, born in Salzburg in 1995, is one of the most promising instrumentalists of her generation. At the age of 5 she received her first lessons from Detlef Mielke at the Musikum Salzburg. She went on to study at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Enrico Bronzi, at the University of Vienna with Reinhard Latzko and from 2013 to 2015 with legendary cellist Heinrich Schiff. In 2015 the young musician moved to Berlin to continue her studies under Prof. Jens Peter Maintz at the UdK. Julia Hagen has been a scholarship holder of the Kronberg Academy where she’s working with Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt since 2019.

The young cellist made her debut at the Brucknerhaus Linz at the age of 14, playing as soloist with the Vienna Jeunesse Orchestra. Concerts in Italy, Germany, France, Japan, Switzerland, Belgium and Norway followed. After appearances in the Suntory Hall Tokyo, Konzerthaus Berlin, Festspielhaus Salzburg and Musikverein Wien, Julia Hagen celebrated her debuts in the 2019/2020 season at Salzburg Pfingsfestspiele, Wiener Konzerthaus, Tonhalle Zürich, Festival Heidelberger Frühling and the Barbican Center in London. She played with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, the European Union Youth Orchestra, the Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester Mannheim and with prestigious chamber music partners such as Khatia Buniatishvili, Renaud Capuçon, Yevgeny Chepovetsky and Marc-André Hamelin.

In the 2020/2021 season, Julia Hagen will once again be appearing as a soloist and chamber musician as part of the “Great Talent Cycle” at the Wiener Konzerthaus. This also includes a recital with renowned pianist Igor Levit. In summer 2020 she will be a guest at the Salzburg Festival and the Menuhin Festival Gstaad. In December 2020 Julia Hagen will make her debut with Dvořák's Cello Concerto in the Palace of Arts “Müpa” in Budapest with the Kodály Philharmonic Orchestra. She also plays several concerts with the Philharmonie Südwestfalen, Bruckner Orchestra Linz and Bergische Symphoniker and will be touring Japan with the Yamagata Symphony Orchestra. Chamber music highlights include appearances with the young pianists Chiara Opalio and Aaron Pilsan in Münster, Bielefeld and at the International Bruckner Festival in Linz. Following the invitation of artistic director Maximilian Hornung, she is also going to be a guest at the “VivaCello” festival in Liestal.

Between 2014 and 2016, Julia Hagen was one of six carefully selected young cellists who took part in the “Classe d’Excellence de Violoncelle” by Gautier Capuçon, brought to life by the Louis Vuitton Foundation. Masterclasses with Gábor Takács-Nagy, Pamela Frank, Lawrence Power, Nobuko Imai, Torleif Thedéen, Laurence Lesser and Claudio Bohorquez round off her previous training. She is a prizewinner of the international cello competition in Liezen and the Mazzacurati cello competition. She received the Hajek-Boss-Wagner Culture Prize, as well as the Nicolas-Firmenich Prize of the Verbier Festival Academy as the best young cellist.

In 2019 Julia Hagen and her long-time chamber music partner, pianist Annika Treutler, released their first CD with the two cello sonatas and transcribed songs by Johannes Brahms on Hänssler Classic.
 
Julia Hagen plays a cello by Francesco Ruggieri (Cremona, 1684), which is provided to her privately.
Changes and alterations require prior consultation with Grunau & Paulus Music Management.

© Neda Navaee; Julia Wesely

Julia Hagen Portrait

Julia Hagen Brahms f major, 1st. mvt.

Julia Hagen Popper etude nr.28

Julia Hagen (violoncello) - Queen Elisabeth Competition - Semi final Concerto

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Cello-Suite Nr. 1 G-Dur BWV 1007
Cello-Suite Nr. 2 d-Moll BWV 1008
Cello-Suite Nr. 3 C-Dur BWV 1009
Cello-Suite Nr. 4  Es-Dur BWV 1010


LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Cello-Sonate Nr. 2 g-Moll op. 5 Nr. 2
Cello-Sonate Nr. 3 A-Dur op. 69
Cello-Sonate Nr. 4 C-Dur op. 102 Nr. 1

Sieben Variationen über „Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen“ aus Mozarts „Die Zauberflöte“ für Violoncello und Klavier Es-Dur

Zwölf Variationen über „Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen“ aus Mozarts „Die Zauberflöte“ für Violoncello und Klavier F-Dur op. 66

LUIGI BOCCHERINI
Sonate Nr. 2 c-Moll für Violoncello und B.C.
Sonate Nr. 4 A-Dur für Violoncello und B.C.
Cellokonzert Nr. 9 B-Dur

JOHANNES BRAHMS
Cello-Sonate Nr. 1 e-Moll op. 38
Cello-Sonate Nr. 2 F-Dur op. 99

BENJAMIN BRITTEN
Cello-Sonate C-Dur op. 65

MAX BRUCH
Kol Nidrei op. 47

GASPAR CASSADÓ
Cello-Suite

CARL DAVIDOFF
Allegro de concerto op. 11

ANTONIN DVORAK
Cellokonzert Nr. 2 h-Moll op. 104

EDWARD ELGAR
Cellokonzert e-Moll op. 85

GABRIEL FAURÉ
Élégie für Violoncello und Orchester op. 24
Après un reve op. 7 Nr. 1

SOFIA GUBAIDULINA
Zehn Präludien für Violoncello solo

JOSEPH HAYDN
Cellokonzert Nr. 1 C-Dur Hob VIIb:1:

DMITRI KABALEWSKY
Cellokonzert Nr. 1 g-Moll op. 49

ÉDOUARD LALO
Cellokonzert c-Moll

WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKY
Sacher-Variationen für Violoncello solo

BOHUSLAV MARTINU
Variationen über ein slowakisches Thema für Violoncello und Klavier H378

DAVID POPPER
Ungarische Rhapsodie op. 68 für Violoncello und Orchester

Papillon für Violoncello und Klavier op. 3 Nr. 4

Elfentanz für Violoncello und Klavier op. 39

KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI
Violakonzert (Fassung B. Pergamenschikow)

OTTORINO RESPIGHI
Adagio con Variazioni P 133 für Violoncello und Orchester

GIOACCHINO ROSSINI
Une larme

ROBERT SCHUMANN
Cellokonzert a-Moll op. 129

Fantasiestücke a-Moll op. 73 für Violoncello und Klavier

Adagio und Allegro As-Dur op. 70 für Violoncello und Klavier

Fünf Stücke im Volkston a-Moll op. 102 für Violoncello und Klavier

DMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH
Cellokonzert Nr. 1 Es-Dur op. 107
Cellokonzert Nr. 2 g-Moll op. 126
Cello-Sonate d-Moll op. 40

CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS
Cellokonzert Nr. 1 a-Moll op. 33

PETER TSCHAIKOWSKY
Variationen über ein Rokoko Thema für Violoncello und Orchester op. 33

Pezzo capriccioso h-Moll op. 62 für Violoncello und Orchester

HENRI WIENIAWSKY
Scherzo-tarantelle op. 16