Emily Turkanik | GER | *1997
DAVOS FESTIVAL Camerata | Violine
Twenty-five-year-old violinist Emily Turkanik was raised in the Austrian Alps and is of Polish heritage.
At the age of fourteen she was accepted into the preparatory program at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg where after four years under the tutelage of Wonji Kim, she went on to study with Igor Ozim. After his retirement Emily Turkanik transferred to the Royal College of Music to learn with Leonid Kerbel. She is now studying at the CNSMD in Lyon with Marianne Piketty.
Emily Turkanik has played both with the London Symphony Orchestra and English National Opera, participated in the Mahler Academy as well as the Grandhotel Orchestra and IMS Prussia Cove. She was a member of the Brompton Quartet who in 2018 won the St. Martin’s in the Fields Chamber competition and received the Boconnoc Award.
Emily Turkanik is an RCM Foundation Scholar supported by the Musicians’ Company Lambert Mentorship, the Henry Wood Trust Award and a Stanbridge Drake-Brockman Scholar.
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Stand: April 2022