Carlotta Wareham started her musical education as a violinist under Leonie Marais and Nicolette Solomon Van-Wyk at the Suzuki Music School in Johannesburg, South Africa.
After moving to Germany with her family, she joined several youth orchestras, serving as concertmaster in the Orchestral Academy of the Bochumer Symphoniker and in the Märkisches Youth Symphony Orchestra. She was also a member of the Mendener Kammerphilharmonie. International concert tours have given her the opportunity to perform in Italy and China, with concerts in the Central Conservatory Middle School and the Great Concert Hall of Beijing, where the Orchestra was conducted by Xincao Li. A recent concert tour with the Berliner Kammerphilharmonie through Saudi Arabia enabled her to experience a new culture and gave her the opportunity to perform under the baton of Sergey Smbatyan.
In 2014, she made her debut as a soloist with the Märkische Youth Symphony Orchestra and has since performed as a soloist with this Orchestra on a regular basis.
Throughout her school years, Carlotta taught younger students, with the intention of giving back what she was grateful to learn from her teachers.
Carlotta started studying violin pedagogy and performance at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz, Cologne, Germany. She has taught at several music schools in Cologne and became a teacher for the JeKits Programme, a program that gives every primary school child the opportunity to learn an instrument, despite their socioeconomic background.
In 2022 she begins her master’s degree course of study under Professor Ida Bieler at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. She is very grateful for this opportunity and looks forward to learning from Professor Bieler, who is not only an exceptional violinist, but also an experienced pedagogue.