Anouchka Hack, recipient of the Prix Jean-Nicholas Firmenich at the Verbier Festival Academy (2021) and the Leyda Ungerer Prize (2022), performs both as a soloist and in duo with her sister, pianist Katharina Hack. Recent concert engagements include solo appearances with the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, and duo recitals at the Laeiszhalle Hamburg and the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. As a chamber musician, she has performed at the Casals-Forum Kronberg, the Rheingau Musikfestival and in Belgium, France, Switzerland and Ireland. A tour with Gautier Capuçon in 2022/23 brings her to the Konzerthaus Vienna, Fondation Louis Vuitton and Victoria Hall Geneva. In 2020, her duo’s first album was released on GENUIN classics; it was nominated for the German Record Critics Award and the Opus Klassik. Together with her sister, Anouchka is also Artistic Director of the meetMUSIC Festival (Germany). She plays on a cello by Bartolomeo Tassini, Venice 1769.