Key-Thomas Märkl

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Key-Thomas Märkl (born May 19, 1963) is a German-Japanese violinist and teacher.[1]

Biography[edit]

Markl began learning the violin at the age of five with his father, Josef Märkl. His brother Jun Märkl is a noted conductor. Among his solo recordings are Stradivaris Gift (Monarda), The Secret Box (Zimmermann Frankfurt) Stringsong (Latham Music).[2]

Pedagogue[edit]

Key Märkl is currently holding the position of Assistant to Ingolf Turban at the Conservatory for Music in Munich, Germany, as well as giving Master Classes in Japan.

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