Julien Kilchenmann


Julien Kilchenmann was born in 1979 and started learning the Cello at the Conservatoire of Fribourg with Simon Zeller. He studied with Walter Grimmer and Roel Dieltiens at the Musikhochschule Zurich from where he finished his Concert Diploma in 2004. In 1994 he won the 2nd Prize at the International Music Competition in Picaracicaba (Brazil). In 2003 he won the “Fonds Pierre et Renée Glasson” Competition in Fribourg and the same year the 1st Prize at the International Chamber Music Competition (piano trio) in Minerbio in Italy. In 2006 he received the 1 st Prize at the Ninck Competition in Zurich. He has taken several masterclasses with Bernhard Greenhouse and David Geringas. He is active in several chamber Orchestras and is performing in Theater and Crossover Projects. When he is not playing music he is probably Windsurfing or taking landscape pictures…
Julien Kilchenmann plays a Bernardo Calcanius Cello (Genoa c.1750)

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