Doina Fischer - Zauberhafte Festlichkeit, musikalisches Vergnügen

Doina Fischer

Doina Fischer studied with outstanding teachers at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna (Prof. Maetzl, Prof. Hell) and completed the concert discipline Violin in only four years with distinction.

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She made appearances as a soloist even since her early youth. She stayed with the concert podium until now. She gave concerts already at the age of 12 years with great orchestras (for example Saalfeldner Symphonic orchestra) and performed the violin concerts by A. Vivaldi and J.S. Bach.

Later she dared to interpret the "great" violin concerts by P. I. Tchaikovsky and J. Sibelius. More than that, she developed later in the domain of the chamber music an extensive concert activity, and arranged diverse violin evenings with compositions by Fauré, Beethoven, Brahms and Bach.

She had won prizes of outstanding violin contests with international participation. From the list of her successes maybe emphasized especially the price with the violin contest "Cità di Stresa" (Milano), the 1st price with the violin contest "Porumbescu" (Romania), and the participation on the final presentation of the Yehudi-Menuhin contest at Folkestone (England). There she could take the personal congratulations of the Maestro.

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She founded, since her activity with the First Violins of the radio symphony-orchestra Vienna and as leader of the Bruckner-orchestra Linz (Upper Austria) , in the year 1998 the Concert Ensemble "WIENER FLAIR". This was the result of her affection for the virtuoso saloon music. This ensemble became within a short time a permanent part of the Viennese cultural life. During the following years she founded the ball orchestra "Wiener Flair", the formation "Doina Fischer & Ensemble", the string quartet "Doina Fischer" and the Schrammeln "Wiener Flair", which could also be established in Austria and abroad.

Doina Fischer plays an instrument of the French violin-maker F. Gaillard of the year 1853 with a very sweet sound, which can produce many tone colours.

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