'Lea Birringer’s tonal radiance and sparkling articulation captivate the senses'

- The Strad -

Verve, passion and 'full-blooded commitment' (Gramophone) are the characteristics which the German violinist Lea Birringer is most often associated with. Regarded as 'one of the most talented violinists of her generation' (Pizzicato), she couples plenty of attention to detail with high conceptual standards.


Nomination for the 'International Classical Music Awards'

The International Classical Music Awards ICMA announced the nominations for their Awards 2022, celebrating the best musicians and recordings. This year’s nominations include Lea Birringer's album Transformation which was entered in the category 'Solo Instrument'.


'Birringer combines youthful freshness with a beguiling subtlety of phrasing and dynamic.' (The Strad)

NEW Album 'Transformation'

For her album Transformation, Lea Birringer wanted to approach Johann Sebastian Bach and his musical heritage over the span of centuries and explore some of the great compositions that have been created with Bach as a guide and role model.

Alongside his third Partita, Lea has chosen works for solo violin by Max Reger, Lera Auerbach, Ernst-Lothar von Knorr and Eugène Ysaÿe, which span from the Baroque to the present day.