Created March 05, 2023 | 20:00
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Mia Bonweiser and instrumental guru Jonas Ellenson.
BAfter only the first two days of the country’s Prima La Musica competition, the region can look forward to a top two finish. This became possible thanks to young musicians Mia Bonweiser and Natalie Kolbinger from the Franz Schubert Regional Music School.
At just eight years old, Pitten’s Mia Ponweiser won the jury all out with her French Horn. In age group A I got first prize with distinction. Particularly impressive to the jury: the fine tone, the gallant look, and the playing of songs by heart. Accompanied by Martina Glatz on the piano, Mia successfully demonstrated her musical ability at the age of only eight. Bonweiser’s teacher Jonas Ellinson, who was participating in such a competition with a student for the first time, was also proud of this achievement.
Twelve-year-old Natalie Colbinger from Siebenstein secured another success at the state competition in St. Polten. Student Josef Hofer received 1st prize in Group 1 for clarinet. There was praise not only from the teacher, but also from the jury. Kolbinger not only made music well, but also managed to establish contact with the audience. She was also accompanied on piano by Martina Glatz.
Congratulations for both successes also came from the Director of the Music School, Brigitte Bock: “Franz-Schubert-Regional-Musikschule congratulates you on the outstanding success!”
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