Daniela Hlinkova

International Brahms Competition Prize owner and frequent performer in Philharmonic Concert Hall


An extraordinary and sensitive Slovaks classical pianist

Daniela Hlinkova was born in Žilina, Slovakia. She began her musical education at the age of five. She continued her studies at the Academy of Music in Bratislava, Slovakia, with Prof. D. Varinska, and at the Music Academy in Bergen, Norway. From 1993, she studied at the Academy of Music, Cologne, where she was taught by Prof. Pavel Gililov. Also, she attended masterclasses given by Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Dimitri Bashkirov, Alexander Lonquich, Leonard Hokanson, and Halina Czerny-Stefanska. She was awarded the International Brahms Competition Prize in Klagenfurt in 1993, the Ibla-Grand-Prize in Sicily in 2002, and the Riviera del Conero in Ancona in 2003.In 2006, she made her debut with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Gielen. She performs in concert halls such as the Gasteig Munich, the Konzerthaus Berlin, St. Petersburg Philharmony as well as the Philharmonic Concert Hall in Berlin. In January 2012, she gave the first German performance of the Concertino of Simon Laks at the Konzerthaus Berlin, broadcast by the Deutschland Radio Kultur. She also devotes herself to chamber music. Her Duo-partners are especially cellists Jir and the violinist Bernhard Forck.Her official site: http://www.daniela-hlinkova.de

Professional pianist for chambre music

Daniela Hlinkova has got concerts and learning to play. There are concerts that she usually play as a soloist or with an orchestra, she also play chambre music and what is current or desired.

The great interpretation and the demanding presentation enraptured everybody. She is a musician who has something to say and is also able to do it with great easiness and style. With superior technique and amazingly wide variety of dexterity and colour shade, she whirled over the keys and did not shy away from an effective forte.

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