Danae Dörken is a German pianist of German and Greek heritage. At age group five, she began monitoring piano with Marina Kheifets, and in half a year of beginning lessons she gained her first piano competition. Successful of many tournaments since, Dörken notably gained the Prix Unique, an prize created specifically for her as the youngest participant on the International Competition for Teen Music artists in Enschede, Netherlands. In 1999, she performed for Yehudi Menuhin, who lent his support to her profession. Between 2002 and 2012, she examined in the expert course of Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, and pursuing his loss of life, became students of Lars Vogt. She’s made an appearance at many music celebrations, like the Kissinger Summer season event, the Schwetzinger SWR Festspiele, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Event, as well as the chamber music event Voltage, kept in the RWE Power Flower in Heimbach. She’s performed like a single recitalist so that as an accompanist with cellist Gustav Rivinius, soprano Christiane Oelze, and violinist Carolin Widmann, and made an appearance in collaboration with pianists Katia and Marielle Lebèque. Dörken offers documented for Ars Produktion.