Ingolf Turban – Violin

(c) Dorothee Falke

22 - 27 July 2019

“The longer I work with her, the clearer it becomes to me that it is a blessing both in concert and in teaching situations to be involved with her”, says the violinist Ingolf Turban referring to music. Whether it's the Berlin Philharmonic, the Milan Scala or the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein: no stage is too big or too famous for Ingolf Turban. He has played as a soloist with luminaries such as Yehudi Menuhin, Charles Dutoit, Lorin Maazel and Zubin Mehta, recorded 40 CDs, and gives around 50 concerts a year. Born in Munich, Turban became first concertmaster of the Munich Philharmonic in 1985. A year later he debuted under Sergiu Celibidache. In 2005 he founded the chamber orchestra I Virtuosi di Paganini. For eleven years he taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart, before being appointed Professor of Violin at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich in 2006.

Oksana Andriyenko, Accompanist

Preselection: Two works from different musical periods (YouTube link)
Beginning of the master class: 22.07.2019, 10:00 am
Course Languages: German, English
Orchestra Studio (as soloist): 26 July 2019

Registration fee: 80 Euros
Active participation: 350 Euros
Orchestra Studio: 50 Euros

::: Registration :::

The registration deadline is 15 May 2019.

Please note, however, that the number of candidates admitted to the pre-selection is limited. If this limit is reached before the registration deadline, the organizer reserves the right to bring the registration deadline forward. Please register early!


Period: 21 - 28 July 2019 (7 nights)

Leonardo Hotel
  • ½ Double room: 196 Euros (not incl. breakfast)
  • Single room: 336 Euros (not incl. breakfast)
 Hotel Kaiserin Augusta
  • ½ Double room: 224 Euros (incl. Breakfast)
  • Single room:  343 Euros (incl. Breakfast)


Ingolf Turban, 21 July 2019, 7.30 pm
Participants: 26 July 2019, 6 pm

Weimar Master Classes

University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar
Postfach 2552
99406 Weimar