Anouchka Hack is acclaimed by audience and press for her expressive sound and vast musicality. With her captivating stage presence and devoted interpretations, she convinces both as a soloist and in a Duo with her sister, pianist Katharina Hack. Concert engagements have led her to play in halls like the Musikverein Vienna, Beethovenhaus Bonn, Gasteig Munich and Konzerthaus Dortmund.
Her concerts have been broadcast by the WDR and NDR, Radio Classique (FR) and by medici.tv. In November 2018 she gave her debut at the Berliner Philharmoniker Lunch concert series at the Berliner Philharmonie together with Katharina Hack, in summer 2019 they were invited to play a recital at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival.
Concert engagements for the current season comprise a China and a US recital tour of the Duo, Solo appearances with (amongst others) the Zagreb Soloists and chamber concerts, such as in the Pierre Boulez Saal. 2020 the Duo´s first CD will be released at GENUIN classics, featuring works by Dimitri Schostakowitsch. Anouchka Hack is part of the „Debut“ series in Nikolaisaal Potsdam, comprising recitals and solo appearances in the coming three seasons. This summer, Anouchka Hack will be part of the Verbier Festival Academy.
Since making her debut in 2010 at the Festival van Flandern, Anouchka Hack regularly performs with various orchestras, such as the Dortmunder Philharmoniker, the Sinfonia Rotterdam and the French Chamberphilharmonic. In 2017 her Duo was granted the „Young Artist Award“ at the International Music Festival Buxtehude and the second prize at the Possehl competition, in the 2017/18 season they were presented in the series „Best of NRW“.
Born 1996 in Antwerp, Anouchka Hack received her musical education as a pre-student at the Musikhochschule Cologne from Prof. Hans-Christian Schweiker; from 2014 to 2018 she studied at the Academy of Music in Lübeck with Prof. Troels Svane. Since 2018, she is continuing her studies with Prof. Frans Helmerson in Berlin.
Anouchka Hack received further musical impulses from Ivan Monighetti, David Geringas, Daniel Barenboim, Gary Hoffman, Steven Isserlis and from Gautier Capuçon, for whose „Classe d´Excellence de Violoncelle“ she was selected in 2017/18.
Anouchka Hack is a scholarship holder of the Mozart-Gesellschaft Dortmund, the Ritter-Foundation and the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. As a prizewinner of the Wettbewerb des deutschen Musikinstrumentenfonds, Anouchka Hack plays on a Cello by Bartolomeo Tassini, Venice 1769.