Malin Grass

Malin Grass was born in May 1998 in Pforzheim. At the age of 6 she started to learn the violin with her grandfather, who was also a violinist.

In 2007 she got interested in music theatre and started singing in many opera productions such as „La Bohéme“, „Hänsel und Gretel“, „Wozzeck“, and more in the Stadttheater Pforzheim as part of the childrens choir.

After participating the competition „Jugend Musiziert“ she won several first and second prizes on regional and national level. In 2014 she won the 2nd prize of the „Händel-Wettbewerb“ in Karlsruhe. The following year the Stober-Stiftung awarded her with the „Stober-Preis“, to support her musical education and acknowledge her creativity and talent as young artist.

In 2014 she became a member of the Bundesjugendorchester, the National Youth Orchestra of Germany. The following three years of tours took her around the world (Italy, Romania, Ukraine, China, etc.) and gave her the opportunity to work with conductors like Daniele Gatti, Sir Simon Rattle and Alondra de la Parra, to have only named a few.

In 2017 she played Side-by-Side with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam at Berlin Philharmonie in the project „RCO meets Europe“.

Since Autumn 2017 she studies at Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Mannheim with Prof. Viviane Hagner.

In October 2018 she won a scholarship of the Yehudi-Menuhin-Foundation and is now part of the concept „Live Music Now“.

Malin is currently studying at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart.

She has been a member of EUYO since 2019.