Ninon


Ninon Gloger was born in Stuttgart and had her first musical lessons in piano, recorder, violin, drums and organ at an early age. She was taken into the “Pianistenklasse“ of Prof. Friedemann Rieger (Stuttgart, Winterthur) at the age of 17, studied later on at the Musikhochschule Lübeck with Prof. Konrad Elser and successfully accomplished her studies with a "Master After Master of Contemporary Music" in Belgium/Leuven. Beyond that Ninon Gloger attended master classes with - among others - George Crumb, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Konrad Richter and Walter Levin and had the chance to work with such artists as Kolja Blacher, Rainer Kussmaul and Gustav Rivinius.


Ninon Gloger plays as a soloist as well as a chamber musician and has a wide repertoire as an instrumental and Lied accompanist. She also experienced orchestral piano playing, e.g. with the Bayrischer Rundfunk, Wiener Symphoniker, DSO Berlin, Saarländischer Rundfunk, Dresdner Philharmonie and at the academy of the SHMF. As a lecturer she worked with students within the scope of "NDR - Das Neue Werk" and "chiffren" (Kiel), as a musician she played at festivals like the Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival, the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Ultraschall Festival Berlin and Eclat Stuttgart.


She is especially interested in contemporary music and had the chance to work together with composers like George Crumb, Hans Zender, Dieter Mack and Burkhard Friedrich. 2008 she became a member of “Ensemble Intégrales” (Hamburg). As a founding member of the formation “Triologue” (piano/bass/perc.), which now is part of the rising generation of German jazz with own compositions in the field of Jazz/World Music/Avantgarde, she won among several prices also the first price at the “Deutscher Rock & Pop – Preis 2007” in the category “experimental“.


Ninon Gloger is price-winner of several competitions and holds a scholarship of the Yehudi-Menuhin-Foundation. She founded a concert series "KLANGRAUSCHEN - musik für neugierige ohren" and a new ensemble for contemporary music “RADAR” which enriches the music landscape of Lübeck with thrilling contemporary music since 2011.