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The Trost organ of the Waltershausen Stadtkirche in Thuringia is considered a reference instrument of the baroque period and thus offers an ideal and authentic opportunity to rediscover the organ music of Johann Sebastian Bach and his predecessors. The German-Swedish, multi-talented pianist, organist, composer, author Ann-Helena Schlueter, born in Nuremberg, grew up in a family of pianists, received numerous awards, scholarships and prizes from the age of five and was considered a child prodigy. She started playing the piano from the age of three with her mother until she was seven; from the age of seven with her father, pianist Prof. Karl-Heinz Schlueter. She studied piano at the Hochschule für Musik Würzburg (artistic diploma with grade 1, master class diploma concert subject piano) with Prof. Bernd Glemser, and before that piano at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln with Prof. Nina Tichman.