Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann International Flute Masterclass 2024

Date : 14-20 October 2024

Prof. Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann, Flute Professor at Folkwang University of Arts, Essen, Germany

Vanda Albota, Collaborative Piano Lecturer at Folkwang University of Arts, Essen, Germany 

Active Participation | Information and Application

A full-week-long Masterclasses will be held by Prof. Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann and Vanda Albota involving:

Daily individual lesson with Prof. Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann, at least 5 hours (possibly divided into several shorter lessons).

Professional piano accompaniment by Vanda Albota.

Group Lessons

Participant’s Concert at Goethe Saal, Goethe-Institute Thailand

Full Accommodation (compulsory)


Registration fee: 1,000 Thai baht (Refundable)
Active participation: 11,000 Thai baht
Full Accommodation: 10,000 Thai baht

Total: 22,000 Thai baht

Application Online

Registration deadline: 15 August 2024

Submit the following documents to

  • Curriculum Vitae (PDF) 
  • Registration fee: Please send us your proof of payment to confirm your application . Applications will only be considered if the full registration fee has arrived in our bank account. 
  • Youtube Video Link: a video of your performance(unedited, in good sound and image quality, not longer than 15 Minutes). Applicants must be clearly seen in the video.

Passive Participation and Guest Auditor

With passive participation you receive:

  • The ability to sit in on all classes.
  • Full Accommodation
  • Special tickets to all concerts of the Masterclasses

Application Procedure

Registration deadline:  1 September 2024

  • Online registration via Email:
  • Payment of a total fee of 10,000 Thai baht.
  • The passive participation fee is non-refundable.

Guest Auditor

Purchase of day tickets at the masterclass’s venue for the price of

–    1 day: 500 Thai baht
–    3 days: 1,300 Thai baht
–    7 days: 3,000 Thai baht

The fee is non-refundable.

Course Language: English and German


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Meet our Professors

Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann

Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann enjoys an outstanding reputation as a versatile soloist, highly sought-after chamber musician, and committed flute teacher.

She has been a guest in various concerts and international festivals during the last years and counts in the meantime among the most renown german flutists of her generation.Grewing up in Hamburg she comes from a traditional musician family and studied first in the international renown fluteclass of Professor Jean-Claude Gérard (Stuttgart) and was later educated of teachers of the same reputation as Professor Jeanne Baxtresser (New York) and Professor Michael-Martin Kofler (Salzburg).In addition she received important influences from Aurèle Nicolet and Paul Meisen.

 She is a prizewinner of many national and international competitions (International Kuhlau Competition, Flute-Talk Chicago, International Flute Competition Budapest a.o.) and was  supported by the „Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes“, the chamber music foundation „Villa Musica“, the „Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben“ and was promoted by the important foundation „Deutscher Musikrat“. 

She gathered several years of valuable orchestral experience as assistant principal flute of the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra.Apart from her soloistic activity she dedicates herself substantially to the chamber music.With her ensemble the Trio Charolca she shows en engaged concert activity and performs an extensive concert schedule and is gradually gaining a reputation as one of the leading ensembles of its kind.An interest in new music as well as an enthusiasm for exploring new sounds form the basis for their contrasting and intelligent programmes.In addition, the trio collaborates with composers such as Sofia Gubaidulina and the late Harald Genzmer, opening new perspectives and inspiration for their concerts. 

The flutist shows an active international concert activity, which led her to the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, the Semperoper in Dresden, to the Rudolphinum in Prague, to the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and to the BBC PROMs concerts in London, to the Alte Oper Frankfurt, to the Ludwigsburger Schloßfestspiele, the Heidelberger Frühling, the Mozartfest Würzburg, the Biennale Munich and to MusicaMallorca. 

2009-2018 she has been  professor for flute at the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg, where she taught an exceptionally successful flute class.

Since 2018 she was appointed Professor for flute at the worldfamous Folkwang University of Arts in Essen, Germany.Due to her passion for teaching she became in the meantime a well known teacher at numerous master classes and as a member in Jurys worldwide. 

Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann is in equally great demand as a chamber musician. To her chamber music partners count soloists of international orchestras and ensembles, in addition she played with Leonard Hokanson, Miriam Fried, Paul and Gustav Rivinius, Aurèle Nicolet, Erik Schumann, Caroline Widmann and the Mandelring Quartett.

 A CD recording of works by Harald Genzmer played by the Trio Charolca was published in 2012 (Thorofon), followed by her Debut recording with works for flute and piano with her duo partner Thomas Hoppe (Audite 2013), which was  right away nominated for the International Classical Music Award 2014 (ICMA).An album with Bach Arias (Daniel Behle, Tenor) and the Partita for Soloflute was released at Sony Classical and attracted great attention.In November 2015 a release at Audite with works from jewish composers, who had been ostracized in the era oft he National Socialism, had been successfully published and  was nominated for the prize of the ‘German Record Critics’ award 2016. 

Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann plays a Muramatsu all 18K flute.

Vanda Albota

The pianist Vanda Albota was born in Romania and received her first musical training in her home country. She continued her studies in Weimar, where she graduated from the Konzertexamen with a scholarship from Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation and the DAAD. After that, she continued her education of historical keyboard instruments in Berlin and completed her Konzertexamen. She also received lessons and suggestions from musicians such as Gerlinde Otto, Ulrich Beetz, Mitzi Meyerson, Paul Badura-Škoda, Andras Schiff.

Vanda Albota played with orchestras in her home country and in Berlin, Leipzig, Zwickau, Greiz, Bad Hersfeld, Weimar, Jena and numerous radio and television recordings document the pianist’s playing (MDR Leipzig, BBC London, Radio Romania Cultural). The solo activity is supplemented by Chamber music and Collaborative. In addition, Vanda Albota is a demanded pianist at masterclasses and competitions such as Forum Artium, Weimar’s Masterclasses, Leipzig International Bach Competition.

The pianist also works intensively with performance practice on historical keyboard instruments and has already played in Berlin (also in the Philharmonie as a soloist with the German Chamber Orchestra), Bergheim near Cologne (Sammlung Dohr), Weimar (Sammlung Beetz), Bad Krozingen (Sammlung Neumeyer Junghanns-Tracey).

From 2004 to 2012, she worked as a lecturer for Werkstudium at the “Franz Liszt” University of Music in Weimar. From 2012 to 2014 also worked at the Berlin University of the Arts. Her piano playing has been awarded prizes at numerous international competitions, and she has received several scholarships (Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, DAAD). In 2000 she won the third prize at the “Nueva Acropolis” in Madrid and a first prize at the “Carl Filtsch” in Sibiu / Hermannstadt-Romania. In 2002 a third prize followed at the “Jeunesses Musicales” in Bucharest, in 2004 a third prize at the “AMA Calabria” in Lamezia Terme, and in 2006 the first prize at the international “Ella Phillipp” competition for piano and orchestra.

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