More about Caroline Korn

Caroline Korn (Violine)

received her first musical training at the music school in Wangen im Allgäu with Charlotte Hauser, Helga Lenz and Prof. Paula Möckel-Dodez.

After graduating, she began her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst Heidelberg – Mannheim whith Mechthild Böckheler, and graduated 1997 with diplomas for music teachers and Orchestra music. Subsequently followed the postgraduate studies in artistic training.

Since 1996, Caroline Korn is member of the first violins of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the city of Heidelberg and first violinist of the Cajanelles-Quartet.

As a soloist she regularly appears in orchestras of the region. She performed the violin concertos by Ludwig van Beethoven and Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy with SAP Symphony Orchestra. In 2011 she brought the concert for violin, tuba and orchestra to world premiere – this concert was composed by Reinhard Seehafer for her and the tuba player Thomas Matt.

A longtime friendship connects her with Anne Simon. Both occur regularly as duo partner even in larger chamber music formations.

Caroline Korn and Anne Simon will perform Concertante for Violine, Viola and Orchestra Eb-Dur KV 364 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in our concerts on 20th June in Mannheim (Christuskirche), 27th June in Neckargemünd (SRH), 17th July in Heidelberg (Providenzkirche) and 19th July 2015 in Rauenberg (Mannaberghalle).