Silke Aichhorn has been teaching harp with great dedication since the age of 15, for a short time also piano.
Her great enthusiasm, her enormous specialist knowledge and her likeable demeanor make the lessons an experience!
In 1997 she took over the music school position from Prof. Lentrodt at the Traunstein Music School. She gained teaching experience at the specially designed harp class of the Ecole de Musique Cossonay in French-speaking Switzerland, as a regular representative at the Conservatoire de Lausanne (French-speaking Switzerland), Conservatoire de Neuchâtel (French-speaking Switzerland), Bern Conservatory (Switzerland) ( professional and non-professional classes) and the music school Emertsham.
In 2004 she held a professorship as pregnancy representative for solo harp, didactics and chamber music at the State Conservatory in Feldkirch / Vorarlberg.
She has been giving master classes since 2004, including in Arosa (Switzerland), at the Academy for Musical Youth in Ochsenhausen / Baden-Württemberg, at Jeunesses Musicales Weikersheim and at the Bavarian Tonkünstlerverband.
In 2009, Silke Aichhorn was assistant to Prof. Marion Hofmann at the summer campus at the Rostock University of Music.
2010, 2011, 2012 she taught at the FEMUSC Festival in Jaragua do Sul, Brazil, 2011 and 2012 at the Harp Festival in Belgrade / Serbia.
In the summer semester 2010 she had a teaching position for chamber music at the University of Music in Mainz.
Silke Aichhorn is a regular member of the jury for Youth Music and the Swiss Youth Music Competition.
In 2008 the harpist created a harp exhibition on the occasion of the Hohenlohe cultural summer, which has since been shown several times at different locations.
Since 1999, her students have regularly been among the prize winners in competitions for harp such as Jugend musiziert, Prima la Musica or the German Harp Association.
Silke organizes weekend courses at regular intervals. For more information, send an email please to email@example.com
Online-Lessons are possible!
Languages of instruction: German, French, English