|Date of birth:||21.05.1998||
Antonia Haslinger (Salzburg) started playing the guitar at the age of seven. When she was twelve years old she entered the class of Prof. María Isabel Siewers de Pazur at the University Mozarteum Salzburg and in 2015 she became a student of Prof. Eliot Fisk with whom she is studying at the moment.
During the last years she attended master classes with Alvaro Pierri, Roland Dyens, Dusan Bogdanovic, Tilman Hoppstock, Štěpán Rak, Thomas Offermann, Gabriel Bianco, Raffael Aguirre, Susana Prieto, Jens Wagner, Petr Saidl, Marco Tamayo, Kostas Tosidis, Simone Fontanelli, Ana Vidovic, Dale Kavanagh, Anders Miolin, Cecilio Perera, Marek Zieliński, Nutavut Ratanakarn, Senio Diaz, Guy Traviss, Sabine Thielmann, Dieter Kreidler, Augustin Wiedemann.
She is currently playing on a guitar made by the spanish luthier Vicente Carrillo.
Antonia has already succeeded at several competitions:
National awards – Austrian Music Competition 'Prima la Musica':
- 2016 - 1st Prize and Special Prize, guitar solo
- 2015 - 1st Prize, chamber music guitar/voice
- 2014 - 1st Prize, guitar solo
- 2012 - 1st Prize, guitar solo
- 2015 - 1st Prize at the Alirio Diaz guitar competition, Rust (Austria)
- 2014 - 1st prize and Special Prize for the best interpretation of the compulsory piece, Alexis Rago Guitar Competition, Stuttgart (Germany)
- 2014 - Award of Excellence at the Andrés Segovia guitar competition, Velbert (Germany)
- 2013 - 1st Prize at the Heinrich Albert guitar competition, Gauting (Germany)
- 2013 - 2nd Prize at the Anna Amalia Competition For Young Guitarists, Weimar (Germany)
- 2013 - Winner of the online guitar competition 'Ich-auf-CD' (me on CD)
- 2013 - Special Prize for the best interpretation of a classical piece at the Forum Gitarre, Vienna (Austria)
- 2012 - 2nd Prize at the Euregio guitar competition, Altheim (Austria)
- 2012 - 3rd Prize at the Jorge Cardoso guitar competition, Rust (Austria)
- 10 April 2017 Schweizerischer Jugendmusikwettbewerb (SJMW) Jazz, Rock&Pop
- 02 April 2017 G7 Cultural Summit