Biography

Till Hoff­mann was born in Freiburg/Breisgau in 1996.

He is the first prize win­ner of numer­ous renowned com­pe­ti­tions such as the piano com­pe­ti­tion “Ton und Erk­lärung” 2019 and the TONALi Com­pe­ti­tion 2016.

Since 2017 he has made debuts at fes­ti­vals such as the Hei­del­berg­er Früh­ling, the Schleswig-Hol­stein Musik­fes­ti­val and the Ober­st­dor­fer Musik­som­mer. He has also played with impor­tant orches­tras such as the Mari­in­sky Orches­tra of Saint Peters­burg, the Deutsche Kam­mer­phil­har­monie Bre­men, the Deutsche Radio-Phil­har­monie Saarbrücken/Kaiserslautern, the Mendelssohn Cham­ber Orches­tra Leipzig and the Stuttgart Cham­ber Orches­tra.

In the 2018/19 sea­son he will appear at the Staat­sthe­ater Karl­sruhe, the Konz­ert­di­rek­tion Hört­nagel Munich, the Lucerne Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra and the Ruhr Piano Fes­ti­val.

Till Hoff­mann received his first piano lessons at the age of 6. From 2005 he was taught by Nel­la and Andrej Jus­sow at the Stuttgart Music School.

The first com­pe­ti­tion suc­cess­es came ear­ly, for exam­ple a 1st prize with the high­est score in “Jugend Musiziert” 2014 and the 1st prize in the Köthen­er Bach Com­pe­ti­tion for Young Pianists 2013.

In 2018 he was award­ed the 4th prize at the Inter­na­tion­al Johann Sebas­t­ian Bach Com­pe­ti­tion in Leipzig, where he was the youngest final­ist to play Bach’s Piano Con­cer­to in D minor.

From 2014 he stud­ied piano at the Hochschule für Musik Karl­sruhe in the class of Prof. Kaya Han, in the win­ter semes­ter 2018/19 he moved to the class of Prof. Bernd Goet­zke at the HMTM Han­nover.

Recent­ly he has also been per­form­ing increas­ing­ly with his duo part­ner, the vio­lin­ist Elene Meipar­i­ani. First appear­ances led the duo to the Sende­saal Bre­men and to the Ober­st­dor­fer Musik­som­mer. Sev­er­al con­certs through­out Ger­many are already planned for the year 2020.

Till Hoff­mann is a schol­ar­ship hold­er of the „Stu­di­en­s­tiftung des Deutschen Volkes“.

Till Hoff­mann was born in Freiburg/Breisgau in 1996.

He is the first prize win­ner of numer­ous renowned com­pe­ti­tions such as the piano com­pe­ti­tion “Ton und Erk­lärung” 2019 and the TONALi Com­pe­ti­tion 2016.

Since 2017 he has made debuts at fes­ti­vals such as the Hei­del­berg­er Früh­ling, the Schleswig-Hol­stein Musik­fes­ti­val and the Ober­st­dor­fer Musik­som­mer. He has also played with impor­tant orches­tras such as the Mari­in­sky Orches­tra of Saint Peters­burg, the Deutsche Kam­mer­phil­har­monie Bre­men, the Deutsche Radio-Phil­har­monie Saarbrücken/Kaiserslautern, the Mendelssohn Cham­ber Orches­tra Leipzig and the Stuttgart Cham­ber Orches­tra.

In the 2018/19 sea­son he will appear at the Staat­sthe­ater Karl­sruhe, the Konz­ert­di­rek­tion Hört­nagel Munich, the Lucerne Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra and the Ruhr Piano Fes­ti­val.

Till Hoff­mann received his first piano lessons at the age of 6. From 2005 he was taught by Nel­la and Andrej Jus­sow at the Stuttgart Music School.

The first com­pe­ti­tion suc­cess­es came ear­ly, for exam­ple a 1st prize with the high­est score in “Jugend Musiziert” 2014 and the 1st prize in the Köthen­er Bach Com­pe­ti­tion for Young Pianists 2013.

In 2018 he was award­ed the 4th prize at the Inter­na­tion­al Johann Sebas­t­ian Bach Com­pe­ti­tion in Leipzig, where he was the youngest final­ist to play Bach’s Piano Con­cer­to in D minor.

From 2014 he stud­ied piano at the Hochschule für Musik Karl­sruhe in the class of Prof. Kaya Han, in the win­ter semes­ter 2018/19 he moved to the class of Prof. Bernd Goet­zke at the HMTM Han­nover.

Recent­ly he has also been per­form­ing increas­ing­ly with his duo part­ner, the vio­lin­ist Elene Meipar­i­ani. First appear­ances led the duo to the Sende­saal Bre­men and to the Ober­st­dor­fer Musik­som­mer. Sev­er­al con­certs through­out Ger­many are already planned for the year 2020.

Till Hoff­mann is a schol­ar­ship hold­er of the „Stu­di­en­s­tiftung des Deutschen Volkes“.