Born in 1991 in Frankfurt, Noémi Zipperling is a German violinist and chamber musician.
She studied at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts with Susanne Stoodt, after which she continued her musical training with a Master of Music under Christine Busch at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart.
She is currently pursuing further studies with Günter Pichler at the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid. She has also received musical encouragement and inspiration from such renowned musicians as Christian Tetzlaff, Heime Müller, Helmut Zehetmair, Lena Neudauer, Ingolf Turban, and Stephan Picard.
Since October 2019 she has taught violin at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.
Zipperling has won awards at numerous competitions, including first prizes at the International Johannes Brahms Competition (Austria), European Chamber Music Competition in Karlsruhe, International August Everding Competition in Munich, and International Joseph Joachim Chamber Music Competition in Weimar, and is also a five-time prizewinner at the ARD International Music Competition in Munich. She was a scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation until 2017.
Zipperling has performed internationally at such leading music festivals as the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Rheingau Musik Festival, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, Třeboňská Nocturna International Music Festival (Czech Republic), Festival Quartetto d’Archi in Reggio Emilia (Italy), and Davos Festival (Switzerland) as well as at many major cultural centers, including in Frankfurt (Alte Oper), Hamburg (Laeiszhalle), Munich (Gasteig), Madrid (Auditorio Nacional de Música), and Melbourne (South Melbourne Town Hall). With her ensemble, the Aris Quartet, she has already recorded four CDs.
Noémi Zipperling plays an instrument from the eighteenth century made by the Italian violin maker Nicolò Gagliano. She is a Jargar Strings Artist and uses violin strings from the Superior series.
She is a member and co-founder of the Aris Quartet.