Elene Ansaia Meipariani was born in Filderstadt in 1998. At the age of five she had her first violin lessons with Christine Schneider. In 2007 she continued her education with Prof. Christine Busch and was accepted at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart from the age of ten.

She has won numerous national and international prizes, including the 3rd prize, the „Schülerjury-Preis“ for the most creative music education and the two special prizes Saltarello and NDR-Kultur at the TONALi competition, the 1st prize at the Lions Club competition, the 2nd prize at the Bechstein competition, the 1st federal prize at „Jugend Musiziert“ and the Yamaha special prize for an exceptional chamber music performance at „Jugend Musiziert“. With her Trio Pirveli she received the 3rd prize at the Jeunesses Musicales International Chamber Music Campus. She has been awarded prizes by the German Music Foundation, the Harald Genzmer Foundation and the Tomastik-Infeld-Vienna Foundation.

Under the direction of Daniel Blendulf, Elene played the Prokofiev Violin Concerto in the Great Hall of the Elbphilharmonie with the Junge Norddeutsche Philharmonie. With the Tbilisi Philharmonic she performed the Brahms Violin Concerto at the Tbilisi State Opera. In 2018 Elene performed as a soloist on a tour with the Stuttgart University Orchestra in Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea. She has given concerts with artists such as Lisa Batiashvili, Tanja Becker-Bender, Peter Nagy and Christine Busch, performed at festivals such as the Rheingau Music Festival, the Kissinger Summer and the festival “Arpeggione – Stars of Tomorrow”, played in the “Willi will’s wissen” show and toured England.

She attended master classes with Prof. Heime Müller, Prof. Eckhard Fischer, Belcea Quartet, Trio op.8, Prof. Elisabeth Weber, Prof. Dirk Mommertz, Prof. Sebastian Schmidt, Prof. Winnfried Rademacher, Prof. Hariolf Schlichtig and Prof. Peter Buck.

Elene plays a violin by Domenico Montagnana from 1740 (on loan from the Rudolf Eberle Foundation).

Elene Ansaia Meipariani was born in Filderstadt in 1998. At the age of five she had her first violin lessons with Christine Schneider. In 2007 she continued her education with Prof. Christine Busch and was accepted at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart from the age of ten.

She has won numerous national and international prizes, including the 3rd prize, the „Schülerjury-Preis“ for the most creative music education and the two special prizes Saltarello and NDR-Kultur at the TONALi competition, the 1st prize at the Lions Club competition, the 2nd prize at the Bechstein competition, the 1st federal prize at „Jugend Musiziert“ and the Yamaha special prize for an exceptional chamber music performance at „Jugend Musiziert“. With her Trio Pirveli she received the 3rd prize at the Jeunesses Musicales International Chamber Music Campus. She has been awarded prizes by the German Music Foundation, the Harald Genzmer Foundation and the Tomastik-Infeld-Vienna Foundation.

Under the direction of Daniel Blendulf, Elene played the Prokofiev Violin Concerto in the Great Hall of the Elbphilharmonie with the Junge Norddeutsche Philharmonie. With the Tbilisi Philharmonic she performed the Brahms Violin Concerto at the Tbilisi State Opera. In 2018 Elene performed as a soloist on a tour with the Stuttgart University Orchestra in Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea. She has given concerts with artists such as Lisa Batiashvili, Tanja Becker-Bender, Peter Nagy and Christine Busch, performed at festivals such as the Rheingau Music Festival, the Kissinger Summer and the festival “Arpeggione – Stars of Tomorrow”, played in the “Willi will’s wissen” show and toured England.

She attended master classes with Prof. Heime Müller, Prof. Eckhard Fischer, Belcea Quartet, Trio op.8, Prof. Elisabeth Weber, Prof. Dirk Mommertz, Prof. Sebastian Schmidt, Prof. Winnfried Rademacher, Prof. Hariolf Schlichtig and Prof. Peter Buck.

Elene plays a violin by Domenico Montagnana from 1740 (on loan from the Rudolf Eberle Foundation).