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Laetitia Hahn is a concert pianist, composer and cunductor she can play almost all piano concertos. Solo repertoire has an emphasis on Classic and Romantic era.
Laetitia Hahn is a concert pianist, composer and cunductor she can play almost all piano concertos.
Solo repertoire has an emphasis on Classic and Romantic era.
Laetitia Hahn is born 2003 in Germany and begins to play piano at the age of two. At the age of four, she is put to school and skips four grades. In 2011 she does her first 60-minute solo concert and in 2012 she passes the entrance exam as a young student at the Musikhochschule Düsseldorf. She plays at the age of nine in the Leipzig Gewandhaus on the occasion of the awarding of the International Mendelssohn Prize to Dr. Richard von Weizsäcker (retired German President) and others, wins two masterclasses with Lang Lang and performs with him in China. Laetitia receives a variety of national and international music prizes at competitions and is named "Music Embassador" by Lang Lang and "People 2014" by the Aachener Nachrichten. At the age of ten she does her piano solo debut with a 90-minute program and in the same year her Orchestra debut with Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 2. Since then, she performs frequently in many important concert halls and philharmonys with solo repertoire and as a soloist with orchestras such as the Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Peter Sanderling or the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, conducted by Caroline Nordmeyer. Since the summer semester 2016, she is regularily matriculated to study "Bachelor of Arts in Music" at the age of twelve and studies now in Belgium. The young successful pianist, who has been a KAWAI artist since the summer of 2016, is involved in peace and charity events such as The Ronald McDonald Gala or "Wünsch Dir Was" in Düsseldorf. In July 2018, Hahn's first composition, her concert set "weapons of light" for piano and orchestra won first prize and was premiered in the Marblepalace in St. Petersburg, when Hahn was accompanied by the St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra. One year later, the full concert with all three movements has been premiered by her, accompnied by the Orchestra of the Moldovan State Broadcasting Corporation and was aired live. With fifteen she does her conducting debut from the piano, while performing Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 and conducting the Alion Baltic Sinfony Orchestra at the same time in Riga.