Alexandra Koll was born in Vienna in 1984 and at the age of four received her first violin lessons from her father, Heinrich Koll, principal violist with the Vienna Philharmonic. After turning six years of age, she began her violin study under Professor Eugenia Polatschek at the Vienna Conservatory. In the ensuing years she took part in numerous master classes of outstanding artists, such as Dimitri Sitkovetsky, Shmuel Ashkenasi, Lewis Kaplan and Pierre Amoyal, while at the same time cornoletins her Matura degree with distinction at the Vienna Music High School in 2003. During this time Ms. Koll won several national violin competitions in Austria as well as an international competition in Italy.

In 2009 graduation with distinction from the Vienna Conservatory.

Since her debut as a soloist in 2001, as part of Musica Juventutis in the Vienna Konzerthaus, Alexandra Koll has maintained a busy concert schedule at ho me and abroad. She was a soloist in concerts with the Jugendphilharmonie, the Donauphilharmonie and participated in various tours with the K.u.K. Philharmonie, playing concerts in numerous concert halls, such as the Herkules Hall in Munich and the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna.

As a chamber musician, Ms. Koll has performed with various members of the Vienna Philharmonie Orchestra, her most memorable with the “Küchl Quartet”. With her sister and father, as the “Koll Trio”, Alexandra has performed on Austrian radio, and played many concerts throughout Austria as well as concert tours in the USA and Japan, where she also performed Mozarts A Major Violin Concert in a live TV production.

After several years of substituting for various orchestras, including the Vienna State Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonie and several summers playing for the Salzburg Festival, Ms. Koll won a position with the Vienna Symphonie Orchestra and assumed her position there in the second violin section in January of 2012.

Alexandra Koll

Alexandra Winkler (Koll)

Alexandra Koll

Alexandra Koll was born in Vienna in 1984 and at the age of four received her first violin lessons from her father, Heinrich Koll, principal violist with the Vienna Philharmonic. After turning six years of age, she began her violin study under Professor Eugenia Polatschek at the Vienna Conservatory. In the ensuing years she took part in numerous master classes of outstanding artists, such as Dimitri Sitkovetsky, Shmuel Ashkenasi, Lewis Kaplan and Pierre Amoyal, while at the same time cornoletins her Matura degree with distinction at the Vienna Music High School in 2003. During this time Ms. Koll won several national violin competitions in Austria as well as an international competition in Italy.

In 2009 graduation with distinction from the Vienna Conservatory.

Since her debut as a soloist in 2001, as part of Musica Juventutis in the Vienna Konzerthaus, Alexandra Koll has maintained a busy concert schedule at ho me and abroad. She was a soloist in concerts with the Jugendphilharmonie, the Donauphilharmonie and participated in various tours with the K.u.K. Philharmonie, playing concerts in numerous concert halls, such as the Herkules Hall in Munich and the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna.

As a chamber musician, Ms. Koll has performed with various members of the Vienna Philharmonie Orchestra, her most memorable with the “Küchl Quartet”. With her sister and father, as the “Koll Trio”, Alexandra has performed on Austrian radio, and played many concerts throughout Austria as well as concert tours in the USA and Japan, where she also performed Mozarts A Major Violin Concert in a live TV production.

After several years of substituting for various orchestras, including the Vienna State Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonie and several summers playing for the Salzburg Festival, Ms. Koll won a position with the Vienna Symphonie Orchestra and assumed her position there in the second violin section in January of 2012.

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