Rebekka Markowski

Born in 1986 in Berlin, her first longtime teacher in Berlin was Prof. Günter Sennewald; then she studied with Heinrich Schiff in Vienna and presently with Reinhard Latzko also at the Vienna Music University. She won several prices in national and international competitions, such as the first price in the German competition Jugend Musiziert, the Gradus ad Parnassum in Austria, the Carl Flesch- Akademie Baden-Baden and the International Johannes Brahms Competition.
As a soloist she played with several German orchestras like the Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester, Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie, Heidelberger Philharmoniker. Philharmonie Baden-Baden and Kärtner Sinfonieorchester, conducted by Michael Sanderling, Thomas Kalb, Heribert Beissl and Pavel Baleff.
She performed the Haydn Concerto D major in the chambermusic hall of the Philharmonie Berlin with the German Chamber Orchestra under Patrick Lange.
She is regularly invited to play chambermusic in the new halls in the Musikverein Wien, and took part in the festival The Next Generation, Brandenburgische Sommerkonzerte and the Moritzburgfestival. There she played with renowned artists like Benjamin Schmid, Jan Vogler, Mira Wang, Christian Altenburger, Ewa Kupiec, Lars Anders Tomter, Alex Kerr, Wolfram Christ, James Ehnes.
Since 2008 she plays in the Orchestra Mozart and is member of the 2009 formed Christ Quartett.