The violinist Katharina Rebecca Cording has been teaching violin at the Würzburg University of Music since 2008 and also at the Institute for Music Research at the University of Würzburg since 2005. Born in Würzburg, she began playing the violin at the age of four.

She completed her studies in Mannheim with Wanda Wilkomirska, Würzburg with Conrad von der Goltz and Sören Uhde, Hanover with Hatto Beyerle and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Helmut Zehetmair and Ruggiero Ricci, where she received her artistic diploma with distinction.

She gives concerts at home and abroad, especially together with her sister Karla-Maria Cording and her partner, the cellist Peer-Christoph Pulc, with whom she forms the Würzburg piano trio and has published several CDs.

In summer 2023 she gave a master class for the first time at the Musicalta Festival. Many of her students have won prizes in competitions, passed the entrance exam to a music college or are successful teachers.