Dutch violinist Nadia Wijzenbeek enjoys a career as a concertmaster, soloist, recitalist and chamber musician. She made concerto debuts in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam and the Royal Albert Hall with the Dutch Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. She has since returned to the Concertgebouw a number of times with orchestras such as the National State Orchestra of the Ukraine. She has given recitals in Palais de Beaux Arts Brussels, Rudolphinum Prague, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Moscow and St Petersburg as well as chamber music and concerto engagements in London, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Nizhny Novgorod, Warsaw, Riga and the Delft Chamber Music Festival.
As an avid chamber musician Nadia is not only a member of the Aronowitz Ensemble, but also of the critically acclaimed Lendvai String Trio. Founded in 2004, the Lendvai String Trio performs regularly at major concert halls in Europe such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Nybrokajen 11 in Stockholm, and the Purcell Room, Barbican and Wigmore Hall in London.
Nadia has recently been appointed Concertmaster of The Radio Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra in the Netherlands.
Nadia was a laureate at all Dutch national violin competitions. More recently Nadia was a recipient of the Making Music Young Concert Artist Award and was selected by the International Holland Music Sessions for their ‘New Masters on Tour’.
Nadia began her musical education as a pupil of her aunt, well known pedagogue Coosje Wijzenbeek. She later went on to study with distinguished teachers including Elisabeth Perry, Herman Krebbers and David Takeno.