Dutch musician Marije Grevink began her violin studies with Piet ’t Hart at the Veldhoven Music School in the Netherlands, moving on to the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, where she studied with Jaring Walta.
After that she studied at the Academy of the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks working with the concert masters of that orchestra.
Marije Grevink won prizes at several different competitions in the Netherlands and was concert master at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Orchestra and the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. She also played occasionally with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
Marije Grevink is a member of a jazz ensemble called the Orange String Quartet and artistic director of the “Kammerensemble Opus Zwei” string orchestra. She is also a co-founder of the baroque ensemble “la banda giocosa”, which plays on period instruments. Since February of 2003 she has been a first violinist in the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks. In conjunction with her activities there she is also active in the orchestra’s youth work.
Marije Grevik & David van Dijk
The violinists Marije Grevink and David van Dijk both come from the Netherlands and, when the orchestra academy began their work in 2001, were scholarship holders from the very beginning. We talked to them about their time at the Academy and their way to the orchestra.
“A peek through the keyhole”
In this series of videos about our chamber music concerts, musicians grant insight into chamber music subtitles and answer spontaneously without knowing the questions beforehand.
Rehearsal insight with Marije Grevink, Marco Postinghel, Stefan Schilli and Ugo Di Giovanni for a special chamber concert with baroque music.
A peek through the keyhole with Anna Prohaska, Marije Grevink, Stefan Schilli, Hanno Simons, Marco Postinghel, Peter Kofler and Ugo Di Giovanni.