German-Russian violinist, Nadja Nevolovitsch, has been performing as a soloist and chamber musician from an early age.

She has studied with Zakhar Bron in Germany and completed her studies with distinction at the Royal Conservatory Brussels with Igor Oistrakh . She was  guided and consistently inspired by Ivry Gitlis.

Nadja has been awarded prizes at international competitions such as the Tibor Varga Sion-Valais International Violin Competition (CH); the Toshiya Eto Competition in Tokyo; the Wieniawsky competition in Lublin (PLN); and the International Competition for Young Soloists in Luxemburg. 

She made her first appearances as a soloist at the age of eleven. Since then she has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, Brussels Philharmonic, the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, the New Russia State Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonie Baden Baden, Camerata Menuhin and Harmos Festival Orchestra. 

During the last few years Nadja has recorded several CDs which all received  great critical acclaim. As well as her current position as assistant concertmaster of Brussels Philharmonic, Nadja Nevolovitsch is regularly invited as a guest concertmaster by main European symphonic and chamber orchestras. 

A passionate pedagogue, Nadja gives masterclasses around Europe. She has been appointed as the assistant to Prof. Igor Oistrakh at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

 Nadja Nevolovitsch currently plays a Bernadel violin (Paris, 1832).


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