Angela Metzger, born in Germany, took her first piano lessons when she was eight, among others with Prof. Erich Appel (Nuremberg). At the age of ten, she started playing the organ; firstly, she was taught by Robert Lehner, later by Martin Bernreuther, organist in Eichstätt Cathedral, where she also passed the D and C level exams in church music with Professors Wolfram Menschick and Christian Heiß, Directors of Music at Eichstätt cathedral.
She has studied church music and organ at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich with Prof. Edgar Krapp and Prof. Bernhard Haas where she passed all her diplomas and completed the master’s degree and the Artist Diploma with highest grades. Furthermore, she received a scholarship from the Cusanuswerk and the Germany Scholarship “Deutschlandstipendium” and was also accepted into Yehudi Menuhin’s “Live Music Now” foundation.
She is laureate of the international organ competitions in Bad Homburg, Wiesbaden, Wuppertal, Saint-Maurice, Tokyo-Musashino and the ARD International Music Competition. In 2015, she was awarded the Bayernwerk Cultural Award for exceptional achievements in music.
Furthermore, she studied oboe with Konrad Zeller at the Innsbruck Conservatory and obtained a scholarship of the Münchner Rundfunkorchester for the Andechser Orff-Akademie.
Angela Metzger has been invited to perform at the Organ Festivals in Bad Homburg, Toulouse and Turin, at “orgel-mixturen” in Cologne and at the Varaždin Baroque Evenings (Croatia). She has given concerts throughout Europe, in Egypt, in Israel and at the Essen Philharmonic Hall, the Musashino Civic Cultural Hall Tokyo and at the Royal Opera House Muscat (Oman).
During the winter semester 2017/18, she taught as a substitute for Prof. Bernhard Haas at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich.