Rosanne Philippens, Violin
Rosanne Philippens open and communicative style of performance won her first prizes at competitions including the Dutch National Violin Competition (Amsterdam Concertgebouw 2009) and the Freiburg International Violin Competition (2014). Rosanne has appeared as a soloist under Yannick Nézét-Sequin, Lawrence Foster, Antony Hermus, Michel Tabachnik, with orchestras including the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonisches Orchester Stuttgart, the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and she performs regularly at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Berliner Philharmoniker and other prestigious venues. In the 2017-18 season Rosanne will appear with the Dutch Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in the famous Saturday Matinee Series in the Concertgebouw, with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta, the Sinfonie Orchester Sankt Gallen, the Joensuu Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre International de Genève and at festivals in Iceland, France, Israel, Germany and The Netherlands. For 2018-19 concerts are scheduled with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the Residentie Orchestra The Hague.
Rosanne captures a great love for chamber music. She appears regularly with musicians suchas Nicolas Altstaedt, Vilde Frang, Julien Quentin, Torleif Thedéen, István Várdai, Víkingur Ólafsson, Guy Braunstein, Amihai Grosz and other fine musicians all over Europe and in major halls like the Concertgebouw, the Berliner Philharmoniker,Tonhalle Zürich, Laeiszhalle Hamburg. In an old Amsterdam warehouse/antique shop, Rosanne is hosting her own concert series called ‘The Amsterdam Salon’. The evening opens with a concert, played by Rosanne and her friends from all over the world, following a clear theme, while the audience listens on comfortable couches, sipping good wine. After the concert there is an artist-jam session until the early hours. Rosanne started to play violin at the age of three with Anneke Schilt and later on with the famous violin pedagogue Coosje Wijzenbeek. She continued her studies with Vera Beths at the Royal Conservatory in The Haag, and with Ulf Wallin at the Hanns Eisler Akademie in Berlin, graduating from both with the highest possible grades. On personal recommendation of Janine Jansen, Rosanne plays the ‘Barrere’ Stradivarius from the Elise Mathilde Foundation, the violin that Janine Jansen used to play for fifteen years.