Born in Hamburg in 1995, Alma Micke received her first violin lessons at the age of 5 with Cornelia Gottesleben. In 2006 she continued with Thomas Mittelberger and in 2011 won the Herrmann Kauffmann Foundation scholarship, before winning Hamburg’s Chamber Music Initiative in 2014. From 2011, Alma Micke studied as a Junior Student with Professor Elisabeth Weber at Lübeck College of Music and in 2014 began studying the violin at the Hannover College of Music and Drama with Elisabeth Kufferath, where, in 2018, she also took part in a masterclass with Günter Pichler.

This violinist has been a member of the Auerbach Quartet since 2010. In 2012 this ensemble was taken on by the ›Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now‹ foundation, which supports talented young musicians. Similarly, in 2012, Alma Micke won the ›Young ClassX‹ Solo Prize as well as a range of other prizes in the ›Jugend Musiziert‹ Competition. She has gained considerable orchestral experience as Concert Master in the Felix Mendelssohn Youth Symphony Orchestra in Hamburg, the German National Youth Orchestra, the Young North German Philharmonic, as a member of the NDR Youth Symphony Orchestra, and also as an intern at the NDR Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Hannover.