Klara Gronet plays at Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Klara Gronet

13 September 2017, 12.30h Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Klara Gronet was born in Warsaw, Poland in 2000. She started playing the violin at the age of seven in Anna’s Rzymyszkiewicz class in Warsaw.

She has won a number of national and international competitions and has given several solo recitals in the Netherlands and in Poland. She has also performed as a soloist with Delfts Symphony Orchestra and Bratislava Chamber Orchestra. Klara received a prestigous scholarship from the Foundation of Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra. She takes part in summer and winter music courses and cooperated with prof. Robert Szreder, prof. Emmy Verhey and prof. Dora Schwarzberg.

Klara performed in the Phillips Hall in Eindhoven, The Toonzaal in Den Bosch, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Duke’s Hall in London, in J. S. Bach Geburthaus, F. Mendellsohn Wohnhaus and R. Schumann Haus in Liepzig, The Royal Castle in Warsaw, The Primate Palace in Bratislava and many other halls.

In April she was awarded a special prize in the International Anton Rubinstein Competition in Dusseldorf. Klara Gronet plays a highly valuable violin by Max Muller (Amsterdam 1928) which is provided by M. C. Rijsemus (Maastricht).

Programme: check the website.