Triin Ruubel

April 01, 2011 

Triin Ruubel was born in 1988 in Tallinn, Estonia. She studied in the Tallinn Music High School which she graduated in 2007. In 2006 she joined the class of Prof. Petru Munteanu as a pre-college student at the University of Music and Theatre in Rostock and in 2007 she started her studies there.

She has taken part in many national and international competitions, such as: National String Players Competition (2001, II Prize), International Competition „Young Musician“ in Tallinn (2002, III Prize), ESTA National Competition for Strings (2003, III Prize; 2005, II Prize), International Violin Competition „Remember Enescu“ in Sinaia, Romania (2005, Grand Prix), Kloster Schöntal International Violin Competition in Germany (2007, II Prize and special prize for best interpretation of the Brahms Sonata; 2009 I Prize, Reinholdt Würth special prize and special prize „Virtuose“), International Violin Competition in Avignon, France (2009, III Prize). In 2010 she won the audience Prize at the international Competition „Premio Rodolfo Lipizer“ in Italy.

She has attended the master-classes of Prof. Petru Munteanu, Prof. Larissa Kolos, Prof. Werner Scholz, Prof. Axel Strauss, Prof. Alexander Fischer etc.

Triin Ruubel has performed as a soloist with orchestras in Estonia and abroad: Tallinn Youth Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Youth Chamber Orchestra, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Collegium Consonante Ensemble in Tallinn, Concertino Ensemble Rostock (of which she is also a member since 2007), Polish Chamber Philarmonics, Vorpommern Philarmonics and North-German Philarmonics Rostock. She has taken part in concerts broadcasted live in Radio NDR (Norddeutsche Rundfunk) as a soloist with the Rostock Music University and also as a member of various chamber groups. She has recorded for the NDR archives and with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra performing the music of the estonian composer Timo Steiner.

Triin Ruubel plays a violin by Andrea Postacchini (Fermo 1820) from the German Instrument Fund (Deutscher Musikintrumentenfond), given her for use from Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.



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