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A sought after soloist and chamber musician, violinist Marie Hanskov is one of the young and leading Danish musicians today.

Her solo performances include concerti with the Copenhagen Festival Orchestra at the Carl Nielsen Hall, Deutsch-Skandinavische Jugend Philharmonie at the Berliner Philharmonie Hall, and other solo performances at the Tivoli Concert Hall and Tonhalle-Zürich among many others.

An avid chamber musician, Ms. Hanskov has collaborated with Lars Anders Tomter, Daishin Kashimoto, Liza Ferschtman, Raphael Wallfisch, Levon Chilingirian, Konradin Brotbeck, Vladimir Mendelssohn and Gitta- Maria Sjöberg in concerts and recitals in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, England, Israel, Norway, Czech Republic, Switzerland, and Sweden. Among the festivals she was invited to play in are the Menuhin festival Gstaad, Berleburger Musikfestival, Andernacher Musiktage, Konzerte Schloss Mirabel, Rellingen Musikfestival, Kammermusikwoche Thüringen and the Ceresio Estate Lugano, to name a few.
Ms. Hanskov was born in Kopenhagen, Denmark, into a family of musicians. At the age of 14 she was invited study with Prof. Zakhar Bron, with whom she studied in Lübeck, Köln and Zürich- where she completed her diploma in 2007. Her other teachers include Prof. Milan Vitek and Prof. Sylvia Viertel, at the academy of music in Aarhus, Denmark. She participated in Masterclasses with Gil Shaham, Boris Kuschnir, Gert von Bülow and Olga Parchomenko to name a few.

A recipient of prizes and awards, Marie Hanskov won first prize at Jakob Gades Violin Competition, third prize at the "Rovere D´oro" International Music Competition in Italy, as well as the first prize at the "Rovere d´oro Young talents" competition and the "Kiwanis Preis" in Switzerland. She has been privileged to be sponsored through her studies by the OAK foundation, Geneve.

Since 2012 Marie Hanskov is a violinist in and artistic director of Copenhagen Festival Ensemble.

Contact: mariehanskov@yahoo.com