Winning the Clara Haskil- and Géza Anda-Competitions and awards from the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium- and the Toronto Bach-Competition in Memory of Glenn Gould launched Konstanze Eickhorst’s career at major festivals and in collaboration with conductors such as Sándor Végh, Ferdinand Leitner, Manfred Honeck, Ingo Metzmacher and Christoph Eschenbach. During her studies in Hanover and Paris her mentors included Karl-Heinz Kämmerling und Vlado Perlemuter. Her passion for chamber music emerged very early, and she has been a member of the Linos Ensemble for many years. Her award-winning recordings give proof of her wide repertoire and interest in little-known music. In 2022, the second movement of the Italian Concerto in her latest Bach recording was streamed more than 7,5 million times. She finds it vital, however, to pass on her experience. First appointed as a professor in Hanover at the age of twenty-eight, Konstanze has been teaching at the University of Music in Lübeck since 1998 and as a guest professor at the Academy of Music in Cracow. Moreover, she serves as a jury member at international competitions, is part of the artistic committee and president of the jury of the Bremen European Piano Competition, and holds international masterclasses.