Nina Buchholz was born in 2000 in Berlin, Germany. She began to play the recorder at the age of 5 and changed to the flute 2 Years later. At the age of 13, she got selected for a pre-study program at her music conservatory and received a comprehensive musical education. From 2015, she played in many different youth orchestras, such as the National Youth Orchestra of Germany or the Brandenburg Youth Philharmonic Orchestra and worked with wellknown conducters like Sir Simon Rattle, Ingo Metzmacher and Sebastian Weigle. In 2018 she won the first prize and the special prize in the german national competition „Jugend Musiziert“, which gave her the opportunity to play a solo concert with the Sinfonieorchester Berlin in the Berlin Philharmonie in 2019. Since 2018, Nina Buchholz studies with Prof. Angela Firkins at the Musikhochschule Lübeck. In 2021, she got selected to participate in the Erasmus+ Program and had the opportunity to study with Prof. Silvia Careddu at the „Académie Supérieur de musique de Strasbourg – HEAR“ for one year. She did masterclasses with Henrik Wiese, Jürgen Franz, Gergely Ittzés and Carlo Jans. During her studies she got promoted with scholarships by the „Ad Infinitum Foundation“, the „Marie- Louise-Imbusch Foundation“, the „German-French Youth Foundation (DFJW)“ and with her woodwind quintett, she is a member of „Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now – Lübeck“. She is currently preparing to finish her Bachelor in Lübeck in 2023.