Berlin born Cellist Nadja Reich has studied with Jens Peter Maintz in Berlin and is currently studying with Thomas Grossenbacher in Zurich.
She gained Important inspirational impulses by playing for Truls Mørk and Alfred Brendel.
She constantly refines her musical abilities by taking masterclasses with renowned teachers such as Frans Helmerson and Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt.
In 2017 Nadja Reich won the international Suggia Prize in Porto.
In 2015 she won two special prizes at TONALi competition in Hamburg. Since then she has been part of the TONALi cultural project which enables her to share classical music experiences with young people.
In 2011 Nadja Reich won first prize at the international Hindemith competition. The same year she played her debut at the Chamber Hall of the Philharmonie Berlin with Haydn Cello Concerto in D Major. Since then she has been invited to play solo and chamber music at Festivals in Japan, Norway and Poland among others.
Nadja Reich holds a scholarship of the Migros Kulturprozent and Rahn Kulturfonds.
She plays on a cello made by Filippo Fasser — a generous loan by Sol Gabetta.
The board of trustees of the Rahn Kulturfonds meets twice a year and will consider all fully completed applications received.
Next board meetings:
April 28, 2020
September 24, 2020
The Rahn Kulturfonds supports requests regarding a contribution to the performance fees if:
- it is a project with or by Rahn Kulturfonds prize winners.
- it is a project with Rahn Kulturfonds scholarship holders.
The Rahn Kulturfonds supports its prize winners and scholarship holders during four years after receiving the award.
For the meeting on April 28, 2020, please hand in your complete application no later than April 5, 2020 by email or by filling out the following form.
Scholarship holder Rahn Kulturfonds (2016)