The newspaper “Südkurier” describes Aloisia Dauer as “young, of great talent and at the beginning of a promising career”. She shows in her playing a “perfected virtuosity” and the newspaper “Die Badische Zeitung” describes her performances with “no timidness of emotions”. The “Schwäbische Zeitung” wrote equally enthusiastic about Aloisia’s concerts that she is “diving into the stylistic mannerism of the pieces with her virtuosity in a dynamic and sensitive way” and her “sensitive but also passionate sounds” thrilled the audience.

Highlights in the last years were concerts as a soloist and chamber music concerts worldwide at several festivals, i.a. Stellenbosch Chamber Music Festival in South Africa, Salzburg Chamber Music Festival, Salzburg Palace and Residence Concerts, International Festival Narni, Festival “Junge Klassik”, Tiroler Music Academy, Laufenburger Kulturtage, concerts for the Ursula-Rahman Foundation and “Global Citizenship Alliance”. She performed with outstanding artists like Daniel Rowland, ALissa Margulis, Alexander Buzlov, Juan-Miguel Hernandez, Paul Roczek, Cordelia Höfer-Teutsch, as well as with members of Mozarteumorchester Salzburg and Bad Reichenhaller Philharmonie. As a soloist Aloisia performed with known conductors like Ernst Kovacic, Kazem Abdullah, Thomas Dorsch and Marcus Hartmann and orchestras like Festival Orchestra Stellenbosch, Oberschwäbischen Kammerorchester, Kammerphilharmonie Bodensee-Oberschwaben.
She gave her solo debut with the 4th Mozart violin concerto with the conductor Ernst Kovacic within the 7th International Mendelssohn Summer School Festival in Hamburg.

Besides her concert engagements, her focus is on teaching and with great pleasure she started teaching, after her graduation, at the music academy Württembergisches Allgäu and was as well appointed the head of the string department. Since September 2018 Aloisia is living in Munich and is teaching at the music academy Grünwald/Munich a violin class and the advanced class for young violinists. Since 2018 she is as well a professor for International-Musical-Friendship e.V. for orchestra and chamber music courses and since 2019 a recurring professor at Austrian Master Classes in Zell an der Pram (Austria). She was also invited as a jury member for the German youth competition “Jugend Musiziert”. In 2019 Aloisia Dauer was appointed the expert advisor for in Bavaria for the Music School Association Germany (VBSM e.V.) and is campaigning for a growing network for violin teachers in Bavaria.

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Aloisia Dauer received also some first prizes at Jugend Musiziert and at the Schweizer Bundeswettbewerb, as a soloist and also in the category duo with the violin and as a pianist. In 2010 she received the Zonta Award together with a scholarship. 2014-16 she obtained scholarships from the Mozarteum University Salzburg for outstanding achievements and joint Prof. Paul Roczek for concerts and masterclasses at the Kobe College in Japan.

Masterclasses with Donald Weilerstein (The Julliard School, NY), Tanja Becker-Bender (Hamburg), Ulf Hoelscher (Karlsruhe), Ernst Kovacic (Wien), Julian Shevlin (1.concertmaster Münchner Philharmoniker), Bruno Steinschaden (Mozarteum) and Federico Agostini (Bloomington, Indiana) and private lessons with the french violinist Nicolas Dautricourt complement the musical education of Aloisia Dauer.

The German-Italian violinist, born in Basel, started already with five years with violin and piano lessons at the music school in Bad Säckingen/Germany, later she was taught at the music academy in Basel. In addition she studied also viola. From 2005 until 2007 the young violinist worked with David Frühwirth in Munich. In 2006 Aloisia studied at the Music Institute of Chicago with Dr. Roland and Almita Vamos and shortly after she got accepted as a young student at the University Mozarteum Salzburg. In 2008 she was then accepted in the class of the highly renowned pedagogue Prof. Igor Ozim at the Mozarteum. Since her very successful Bachelor diploma, Aloisia Dauer studied in the class of Prof. Harald Herzl. She completed her Master and violin pedagogy studies at the University Mozarteum Salzburg with honors. She plays on a violin from Andreas Hudelmayer (London).

2019/2020 season