Anne Luisa Kramb

All prize winners
1st Prize
Nationality: German
Instrument: Strings
Date of birth 2000/05/11
Promoted by EMCY, Music is the supreme revelation! 2017

Anne Luisa Kramb, born in Aschaffenburg in 2000, started playing the violin at the age of four. After important years with Prof. Susanne Stoodt and Prof. Herwig Zack, She is currently studying at the renowned Kronberg Academy in the violin class of Antje Weithaas.

She was awarded several first prizes in international violin competitions, as for example in the Mlody Paganini Competition in 2014, the Telemann Competition in 2015, the Knopf Competition and the  Internationale Louis Spohr Competition for Young Violinists in 2016. Additionally, Anne Luisa was a finalist and prize winner in the International Yehudi Menuhin Competition in London 2016. In September 2017 she won the Manhattan Music Competition and gave her debut in the renowned Carnegie Hall.

She gained experiences as a soloist with orchestras as for example the Staatskapelle Weimar, the Symphony Orchestra Goettingen, the Filharmonia Sudecka (PL) and the St. Andrew Orchestra Edinburgh. Anne Luisa was invited to international festivals, including the Festival Emanacje in Krakow (PL) and the Weilburger Schlosskonzerte. Chamber music with the pianist Julius Asal became an important part of her yet young career: the duo is invited to play at the Rheingau Musik Festival, the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Musiktage Alsfeld and gives concerts in Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom.

The young violinist got important musical influences by international personalities such as Antoine Tamestit, Ana Chumachenco, Gidon Kremer, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Donald Weilerstein.

Anne Luisa is playing a violin by Enrico Rocca (Genua, 1900), which is provided by the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. She is supported by several foundations, such as the Jürgen-Ponto-Stiftung, the RC Alte Oper Frankfurt, RoundTable Germany and the Oscar and Vera Ritter-Stiftung Hamburg.

If you are interested in working with Anne, please get in touch with the EMCY Office.



J. S. Bach – Sonatas B.W.V.1001 and 1003
J. S. Bach – Partitas B.W.V.1002, 1004 and 1006
O. C. i Bosch – Shpigl (2015)
P. Hindemith – Sonata for solo violin (Op.31, No.2)
S. Kaczorowski – Wahanie (2015)
F. Kreisler – Recitativo and Scherzo Caprice
F. Meierott – Capriccio
F. Meierott – Stabat Mater
N. Paganini – Caprices (Op.1, No.1, 4, 5, 7, 9, 13, 14, 17, 18 and 24)
G. P. Telemann – Fantasias No.4, 7 and 9
H. Wieniawski – Caprices (Op.18, No.3 and 4)
E. Ysaye – Sonatas (Op.27, No.2, 3 and 4)
I. Yun – “Königliches Thema”

Chamber music

L. Van Beethoven – Sonatas for Piano and Violin (Op.12, No.1, Op.12, No.3, Op.23, Op.30, No.2 and Op.30, No.3)
B. Bartok – Romanian Dances
J. Brahms – Sonata in A Major (Op.100)
C. Chaminade – Concertino (Op.107)
C. Debussy – Sonata in G minor L 140
G. Enescu – Ballada (Op.4)
E. Grieg – Sonata in G Major (Op.13)
F. Kreisler – Liebesleid, Liebesfreud, Tambourin Chinois, Caprice Viennois
F. Mendelssohn – Sonata in F minor (Op.4)
W. A. Mozart – Sonata in A Major K.305
O. Novacek – Moto perpetuo
N. Paganini – Perpetuum mobile
N. Paganini – La Campanella (Op.7)
M. Ravel – Tzigane
C. Saint-Saens – Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso (Op.28)
P. De Sarasate – Zapateado
P. De Sarasate – Carmen-Fantasy
P. De Sarasate – Gypsy Airs
F. Schubert – Sonatina (Op.137, No.2)
R. Schumann – Romances (Op.94)
R. Schumann – Sonata in A minor (Op.105)
L. Spohr – Barcarole (Op.135, No.1)
K. Szymanowski – Notturno e Tarantelle (Op.28)
H. Wieniawski – Scherzo tarantelle (Op.16)
H. Wieniawski – Fantasie brillant „Faust“ (Op.20)
H. Wieniawski – Polonaise brillant (Op.21)

With Orchestra

J. S. Bach – Concerto in A minor B.W.V.1041
J. S. Bach – Concerto in E Major B.W.V.1042
J. S. Bach – Double Concerto in D minor B.W.V.1043
M. Bruch – Concerto in G minor (Op.26)
G. Enescu – Ballada (Op.4)
D. Kabalewski – Concerto in C Major (Op.48)
F. Kreisler – Liebesleid, Liebesfreud, Tambourin Chinois, Caprice Viennois
E. Lalo – Symphonie Espagnole (Op.21)
F. Mendelssohn – Concerto in E minor (Op.64)
F. Mendelssohn – Concerto in D minor MWV O 3
W. A. Mozart – Violin concertos K.216, 218, 219 und 271a
W. A. Mozart – Rondo in C Major K.373
N. Paganini – La Campanella (Op.7)
M Ravel – Tzigane
C. Saint-Saens – Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso (Op.28)
P. de Sarasate – Zigeunerweisen, Zapateado, Carmen-Fantasy (Op.25)
J. Sibelius – Concerto in D minor (Op.47)
P. Tschaikowsky – Concerto in D Major (Op.35)
G. Viotti – Concerto in A minor No.22
A. Vivaldi – Four Seasons
H. Wieniawski – Fantasie brillant “Faust” (Op.20)
H. Wieniawski – Polonaise brillant (Op.21)
H. Wieniawski – Concerto in D minor (Op.22)


SPOHR Violin Competition: Anne Luisa Kramb performs Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor Op. 26
Anne Luisa Kramb | Vivaldi | Summer from 'The Four Seasons' | 2016 Menuhin International Violin Comp