One to watch: "A glimpse into my world" – Julia Hamos

Who are the young people who study at Kronberg Academy? Once per month, one of our young soloists will present themselves in our series of short yet insightful interviews. Today it is 30-year-old pianist Julia Hamos.

  • Photo: Patricia Truchsess

Cue Julia Hamos:
Watch the film interview here

Read the biography here

Julia Hamos in concert

The heart of Kronberg Academy is its talented young musicians. Kronberg prepares the world’s very best to go out into the world as outstanding ambassadors for music – with study programmes tailored to their specific needs and great musical figures at their side.

Music connects all the students and alumni of Kronberg Academy. Their very personal experiences, values, goals – and much more besides – make them into unique characters and interesting individuals. We want to give you a window onto the vibrancy and diversity of the Kronberg Academy family:
During these short film interviews, the young musicians give us a glimpse into their world. The dreams that they have, the hobbies they enjoy, the things they miss, what they most love about Kronberg...

More interviews to look forward to!

Past interviews:
Jonathan Roozeman (Finland)
Miriam Helms Ålien (Norway)
Jonian Ilias Kadesha (Greece)
Fumika Mohri (Japan)
William Hagen (USA)
Erica Piccotti (Italy)
Kaoru Oe (Japan)
Marie-Astrid Hulot (France)
Maciej Kułakowski (Poland)
Stephen Waarts (USA)
LiLa (China)
Lara Boschkor (Germany)
Manuel Lipstein (Germany)
Luca Giovannini (Italy)
Ivan Karizna (Belarus)
Seiji Okamoto (Japan)
Ziyu Shen (China)
Diyang Mei (China)
Sindy Mohamed (France)
Karolina Errera (Russia)
Brannon Cho (USA)
Mairéad Hickey (Ireland)
Alexander Warenberg (Netherlands)
Stella Chen (USA)
Santiago Cañón Valencia (Colombia)
Julia Hagen (Austria)
Yamen Saadi (Israel)
Jean-Sélim Abdelmoula (Switzerland)
Minji Kim (South Korea)
Anouchka Hack (Germany/Belgium)
Anastasia Kobekina (Russia)
Georgy Kovalev (Georgia)
Ildikó Szabó (Hungary)
Friedrich Thiele​​​​​​​ (Germany)
Anne Luisa Kramb (Germany)
Timothy Ridout (England)
Matthew Lipman (USA)
Martina Consonni (Italy)
Stephen Kim (USA)
Hayang Park (South Korea)
Edward Luengo (USA)