The German newcomer pianist Annika Treutler is considered one of the most promising pianists of her generation.
In spring 2018 her new CD with solo works by Brahms will be released on Haenssler Classics. 2015 marked the release of Annika Treutler’s latest CD under the Syquali/Harmonia Mundi label with works by Mendelssohn. Her debut CD with Fantasy Pieces and the Fantasie in C major by Robert Schumann was released in April 2013 under the GENUIN label.
Highlight of the 17/18 season will be Annika Treutler’s debut with the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin at the Konzerthaus Berlin. She will be performing three times piano concerts by Haydn.
Moreover, she appears as soloist with orchestras such as the Thüringer Philharmonie, the Philharmonic Orchestra of TfN Hildesheim, as well as with the Mecklenburgischen State Orchestra. Together with the promising newcomer cellist Julia Hagen she will be on an extended tour through Austria in October 2017. The duo also performs at the prestigious festival Sommets Musicaux in Gstaad. Chamber music concerts with cellist Daniel Müller-Schott in Hamburg and with members of the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchestra Berlin in Berlin to follow.
Amongst the highlights of the 16/17 season have been Annika Treutler’s debuts with the Gürzenich Orchester at the Philharmonie Cologne, with the Staatsorchester Wiesbaden, and at the Konzerthaus Wien. Additionally, she returned to the Deutsche Kammerorchester Berlin for a performance at the Konzerthaus Dortmund.