Doren Dinglinger is a musician, composer, creator, consultant, instructor and performer. "Music is magic, inspiration… and connection" shares accomplished violinist Doren Dinglinger. Magic. Inspiration. Connection. As an artist, Doren brings an otherworldly escape to her performances— richly melodious and deeply moving; her performance transports one to another realm—a place where music not only delights, but heals and hold the audience in a capsule in time as the beauty of her gift unfolds. Ms. Dinglinger’s musical skill is exquisite; and her intuitive execution of each piece subtly extracts the soul of the composition, baring all for the audience to experience. Magic. Truly, this is what you’ll experience and receive in Ms. Dinglinger’s presence as an artist. The opportunity to witness her performance, rich with subtle mystery and expansive mastery, is truly one-of-a-kind. "I love playing music and when I share it in my performances, I hope it brings out the passions and gifts in others. My aim is to inspire people to see and feel their own beauty and uniqueness and expand the love in the world” she shares. Global press audiences alike have hailed her as "an absolutely extraordinary musician". With her charismatic stage presence and "otherworldly tonal sensitivity" Ms. Dinglinger has effortlessly captivated audiences around the world. Ms. Dinglinger has appeared as soloist, in recital and as a chamber musician in concert tours throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the United States. Ms. Dinglinger also regularly serves as a guest concertmaster in various ensembles throughout Europe. In 2011, Ms. Dinglinger was appointed assistant concertmaster at the "Münchner Rundfunkorchester” Bavarian radio station. She still holds this role today, in addition to performing and composing her own work. In 2010, Ms. Dinglinger was selected as one of three talented violinists for the "New Masters on Tour" concert series by the International Holland Music sessions. This honor led to her solo debut in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. She has also performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Berlin Philharmonie and Rudolfinum Prague among other famous concert halls globally. Among her numerous national and international prizes in violin competitions are:
1st prize at "Jugend musiziert" /Germany
1st prize Lions Clubs International Competition/ Germany, the "Jaroslav Kocian" International competition /Czech Republic and the International violin competition "Jean Rogister" /Belgium.
In addition, Ms. Dinglinger held a scholarship through the Irene Diamond graduate fellowship, the Carabo- Cone scholarship fund, the M. & E. scholarship, as well as of the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Villa Musica, PE- Förderkreis, String collection Baden- Württemberg and Musical Life Germany.
As a chamber music lover, Ms. Dinglinger has also been invited to perform at music festivals in Chautauqua, New York, the Encuentro de Música et Academía de Santander, Spain, Prussia Cove, UK and The Holland Music Sessions and has collaborated with artists such as: Dimitri Ashkenazy, Nicholas Chumachenko, Patrick Demenga, Bobby Mc Ferrin, Philippe Graffin, Rainer Kussmaul, Ulf Rodenhäuser and Paul Rivinius.
Ms. Dinglinger’s performances have been broadcast by radio and TV stations alike. (Including NDR, BR, SWR and ORF).
Doren Dinglinger was born in Stuttgart, Germany, where she began playing the violin at the age of seven, enrolled at the Music School Stuttgart. Her later formative teachers include Wolfgang Marschner (Freiburg), Antje Weithaas (Berlin), Wolfram König (Trossingen) and Ulf Wallin (Berlin). She graduated at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin in 2007 and in 2009 completed her Master of Music at The Juilliard School New York as a student of Ronald Copes. Ms. Dinglinger also regards Ana Chumachenco, Pierre Amoyal, Zakhar Bron, Hermann Krebbers, Christian Tetzlaff, Aaron Rosand and Riccardo Ricci as being influential to her musical passion.