Lola Rubio hails from Paris and lives in Germany. After her basic education in France, she initially studied with Prof. Ariadne Daskalakis at the Cologne College of Music and Dance. She completed her master’s degree in 2017/18 as a member of the International Ensemble Modern Academy in Frankfurt. As a student, she was a member of various youth orchestras and played throughout the world under the direction of Vladimir Ashkenazy und Vassily Petrenko, among others. During the 2014/15 season, she was a student apprentice with Cologne’s Gürzenich Orchestra. Already fascinated by contemporary music for years, she is involved in a number of her own projects and active in Cologne’s independent scene. In 2017 she founded the Kollektiv3:6Köln for contemporary and experimental music in which she is active as violinist, performer, and artistic director. Moreover, she is a member of the electronic string quartet Acetone and the young duo-project Rocket Science (violin and live electronics). Politically and socially very dedicated, since 2015 she has additionally actively supported an independent children’s and youth orchestra in Balanya, Guatemala. Lola Rubio plays a violin by the French violin maker Charles Brugeres from 1886.
Photo: (c) Sonja Werner
Komponist: Ernst Bachrich