Carola Krebs is an Austrian cellist and teaches at the J. J. Fux Conservatory in Graz and at the Musikschule Baden. She studied violoncello in Austria with an Erasmus academic year at the "Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse" in Paris and at the renowned Royal College of Music in London for her "Artist Diploma of Performance. " She has won numerous national and international competitions. In autumn 2016, she won the Gateway Audition and the "Great Exhibitionists 2017" competition and has been a member of the Southbank Sinfonia in London, a renowned elite orchestra academy, since spring 2017. In July 2017, she made her soloist debut with Southbank Sinfonia in London and Italy. Concerts at home and abroad lead Carola to world-famous venues such as St. Martin in the Fields, Victoria & Albert Museums, Kings Place, and the Kensington Rooftop Gardens for the After Proms 2017, Musikerverein & Konzerthaus Wien. In 2018, her debut at the Royal Albert Hall in the “Classical Coffee Mornings”, a concert appearance with her Piano Quartet for HRH Prince Charles, studio recordings as vocal leader at the Abbey Road Studios in London and played the Brahms Double Concert at Casino Baden. 2019 Russia and Austria tour as soloist at the Musikverein Graz with Beethoven’s Tripelkonzert. Carola is a substitute in the BBC Orchestra and other renowned orchestras. Projects at the Royal Opera House of London, radio appearances and television appearances for the BBC, Ö1 and ORF. In 2018 she received the Rotary Cultural Prize of the city of Baden. Carola Krebs is a fellow of the Royal Colleges of Music London, supported by the Herbert Howells & Thomas Fielden Scholarship and the Henry Wood Accommodation Trust.