Agnes Langer is a hungarian violinist born in Budapest. She moved to Germany at quite a young age to study with Anne Shih at the Hochschule für Musik, Mainz, where she finished her Master’s degree in 2020. Being a participant at masterclasses like IMS Prussia Cove and Casalmaggiore International Festival, she has been inspired by teachers like Gerhard Schulz, Boris Belkin, Taras Gabora and Nai-Yuan Hu.
Agnes is a prizewinner of several international competitions, such as the Bartok World Competition, the Spivakov International Competition and the Yankelevich International Competition. She has performed all over the world with orchestras like the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Liszt Chamber Orchestra and the Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn. Her Moscow debut with the first Shostakovich Concerto at the Svetlanov Hall was in 2017 with the NPR under Mihhail Gerts. She has performed in Taiwan, in Canada, at the „Spivakov Invites” Festival in Russia, where she performed the Brahms violin concerto with the NPR under Vladimir Spivakov and was a guest artist at festivals like the Colmar Festival in France, the Kaposfest and the Festival Academy in Budapest. Her chamber music partners include Istvan Vardai, Kristof Barati, Jose Gallardo, Maxim Rysanov, Barnabas Kelemen and Maximilian Hornung.
Agnes plays on an fine instrument loaned to her by the Peter Eckes Kulturstiftung, made by Nicola Gagliano in 1782.