Teaching Languages : English, German
Anna Gebert is a sought-after chamber musician, teacher,
violinist and violist. Her
repertoire ranges from early baroque to contemporary music. She performes at festivals in many European countries, Asia and the USA.
After joining the GMJO at the age of 15, she was a founding
member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra at 17. After the Karajan Academy and a
year as a full-time member of the Berlin Philharmonic, she became concertmaster
of the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne from 2007 to 2011 and then of the Trondheim
Symphony Orchestra in Norway until 2019. At the same time, she studied
education and psychology and was
associate professor at the Trondheim
As a concertmaster and section leader, she has performed
with over 25 major European opera and symphony orchestras, including the London
Symphony Orchestra, Bavarian State Opera, BR Symphony Orchestra, Stockholm
Philharmonic, Helsinki Philharmonic, Frankfurt Museum Orchestra, HR,
Philharmonia Zurich and many others. Her opera repertoire includes 59 operas.
She is currently concertmaster of the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra.
Her first teachers were Zinaida Gilels and Zoria Chikmurzaeva. She completed her studies with Igor Bezrodny in Helsinki, with Magdalena Rezler in Freiburg im Breisgau, postgraduate studies in the masterclass with Ana Chumachenco in Munich and Artist Diploma with Miriam Fried in Bloomington, Indiana, while simultaneously studying baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie and Walter Reiter.
Anna Gebert has been Professor of Violin at the Zurich
University of the Arts since autumn 2020 and Professor of Chamber Music at the
Basel University of Music since 2021.
She plays a violin by Joseph Gagliano from 1794.