Often we musicians have the desire to make a recording out of thin air and we miss
But what makes you think you should even try to record?
Classical music is a competitive field where you are striving to play the same music other musicians are playing, with a touch of personality while still respecting the composer. So before you even try to make a recording, you have to be absolutely sure you are ready to take on this task full force. This is a great example of the results one can get with hard work, good ideas, and the support of a solid team. If you are lacking any of those three elements, you will be wasting your time.
Therefore, if you are about to start a recording project, make sure you think it through with a team that can help you develop a quality product just like Johanna Röhrig did with her Bach Chaconne and a solid production process like the one done by MICSFILMS.
More about the Violinist
Currently a masters student at the Royal Academy of Music in London Johanna enjoys a busy schedule performing as a recitalist and concerto soloist around Europe. Highlights of the current and the upcoming season include solo engagements in England (Epsom Symphony Orchestra and Sevenoaks Philharmonic Society), Germany and Brazil (USP-Filarmônica of the University of São Paulo), recitals in the established concert series Musik im Gosslerhaus in Hamburg, as well as invitations to international music festivals including the Petworth Festival in London and the VI. Evmelia Festival in Greece.
In 2016, the German violinist won 2nd prize at the International Competition Cittá di Padova in Italy and got invited back to Italy for several recitals. She was awarded 1st Prize at the Internationale Frühlingsakademie Neustadt competition (2014) and 3rd Prize at the LIONS-Musikpreis competition in Germany (2016).
The young violinist already shows an impressive performance record: as a soloist with orchestras including the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock (broadcasted on Deutschlandradio Kultur), the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto and the Croydon Symphony Orchestra (London), as a chamber musician on the Brahms-Festival in Germany and the AURORA chamber music festival in Sweden (2015) to name but a few, and in countless recitals in Germany, England, Austria in Italy; most of them with her permanent duo partner, Polish pianist Aleksandra Myslek and Austrian pianist Markus Schirmer. Further masterclasses provided her with the opportunity to give concerts with Benjamin Schmid, Xenia Jankovic and Peter Bruns.