'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. Recognized as 'one of the most talented violinists of her generation' (Pizzicato), she combines meticulous attention to detail with elevated conceptual standards.


Nomination for the International Classical Music Awards

The International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) announced the nominations for their Awards 2023.

Lea Birringer is among the nominees with her album of violin concertos by Mendelssohn and Christian Sinding, joining the best musicians and recordings of this year.


Lea Birringer’s first concerto recording is a fascinating combination of the well known with a delightful concerto that does not deserve the obscurity to which it has been consigned.

Background information about the programme and the recording can be discovered in the video trailer.


'In every track, Birringer solidifies her rising stardom as one of Europe’s most recognized and accomplished violinists.' (Fanfare)

New video online

Listen here to Sarasate's famous piece 'Gypsy Airs', a live performance together with Staatsorchester Rheinische Philharmonie under  the baton of Ulrich Kern.

OPUS KLASSIK nominations for Lea Birringer's 'Transformation'


'Obviously, this enthusiastic young woman loves to cross well-worn boundaries.' This is what the German music magazine FonoForum says about the curious violinist, who fascinates with her unusual choice of programs.
With her album 'Transformation', on which she combines well-known works by Bach and Ysaye with unknown pieces by Auerbach, von Knorr and Reger, she has now been nominated multiple times for the German classical music award 'Opus Klassik' in the category 'Solo Recording' among others.
In the category 'Innovative Concert of the Year', she has been nominated for her extraordinary 'Transformation' recitals featuring 'an ingenious programme celebrating the seemingly inescapable creative impact of Bach’s solo violin music.' (The Strad)