Linda Fichtner

Linda Fichtner
  • born in Berlin
  • Member of the orchestra since 2016
  • Chamber music at the Konzerthaus Berlin: Konzerthaus Kammerorchester

Linda Fichtner studied in Berlin at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music with Werner Scholz and Michael Erxleben and in Leipzig with Carolin Widmann. She is a prize-winner of the International Queen Sophie Charlotte Competition and joined the Konzerthausorchester Berlin on a temporary contract as early as 2011.


Is there an instrument other than your own that you would like to master?

I had a few years of piano lessons at the Bach Gymnasium, but for a long time now I’ve only been plonking away with what’s left in my memory from that time. I should practise the piano again. There are such wonderful pieces that can even be played by amateurs. For a while I thought about learning the viola to be able to play chamber music even more flexibly. Maybe I’ll realise this one day.

Which composer inspires you the most?

Johann Sebastian Bach. Again and again. His work is a cosmos in itself.

Is there a key work that started your love of music?

When I was about five, I heard Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with Anne-Sophie Mutter. I always waited until the first big orchestral tutti, which was the emotional climax of it all for me. After that it became uninteresting, so I pressed “repeat” and listened to the piece again and again from the beginning. I danced around the living room to it.


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