Pianist Alice Hampel distinguishes herself through musical diversity. She is a soloist, accompanist and plays piano duets with pianist Panayiotis Gogos in numerous concerts domestically and abroad. She has received various honors at competitions and has won awards as a soloist and as a chamber musician.
In 2008, she received an artist scholarship at the "Cit Internationale des Arts" in Paris, which was awarded to her though direct selection by a national French committee.
Concert tours led Alice Hampel to many significant concert stages, such as the concert halls in Berlin (Komische Oper, Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt, Berliner Philharmonie) and to France, England, Austria, Germany,Greece and Switzerland. Together with the Greek Pianist Panayiotis Gogos, she regularly played piano duet concerts and received invitations to various festivals, such as
"Fête de la Musique" 2007/2008 Paris,France
"Naxos-Domusfestival" 2008 Naxos,Greece
"Klaviersommer 2008" Leipzig, Germany
"Berliner Palmenkonzerte 2009" Berlin, Germany
"Berliner Palmenkonzerte 2010" Berlin, Germany
An additional significant focal point of her artistic work is to collaborate with vocalists. As an accompanist, she dedicates herself to the interpretation and creation ofsignificant works of art in this genre.
Alice Hampel received herfirst musical education at the age of six. She was accepted as a young student at the University of Music "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin and into the piano class of Professor Jürgen Schröder at the young age of thirteen. She continued her musical education at the University of Music "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin and participated in the piano class of Professor Gabriele Kupfernagel, studied chamber music with Professor Birgitta Wollenweber and lied-accompaniment with Professor Wolfram Rieger.
Alice Hampel received artistic inspiration in Master classes with Andras Schiff (Bach-Interpretation), Daniel Barenboim (Beethoven-Sonatas) and Thomas Quasthoff (Lied-Interpretation/accompaniment).