Biography

Katrin Endrikat “found her voice” said Russian composer Konstantin Vassiliev after hearing his work performed by her.
Born in Berlin, Germany 1989, classical guitarist Katrin Endrikat is known for her warm tone and “characterful, lively playing” so the public states. She has lived and performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Germany, Canada, the United States and South America.

She has performed as a soloist in venues such as the International Guitar Festival Iserlohn, Guitar Series Wolf & Lehmann in Berlin, Yale Guitar Extravaganza (USA), Saitenfestival in Hamburg, the International Guitar day at the Mannes School of Music in New York, New England guitar society and Festival Internacional de Guitarra in Peru. During her time in the US she was a member of the New Haven Guitar Quartet.

Katrin released 2 albums that have been reviewed in magazines including Soundboard and Classical Guitar, as well as online CD review sites. “Between the Worlds” (2014) and “Joie de Vivre” (2016) showcase traditional music and transcriptions for the classical guitar. Katrin collaborated in projects with Siccas Guitars in Germany and Connor Guitars in the US.

As a dedicated instructor for all levels and ages she offers lessons in German and English privately. Katrin is currently living in Bern, Switzerland.

Katrin graduated with a Master of Music in Guitar Performance from the Yale School of Music (USA) under the guidance of Prof. Benjamin Verdery in 2014. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Hochschule für Musik Detmold (Germany), where she studied with Prof. Dale Kavanagh and Prof. Thomas Kirchhoff.