Sati-Noah Jimenez was born in Bolivia and grew up in Brazil and France.
He has lived in Germany since 2016.
The internationally renowned cellist Antoaneta Emanuilova says about his play that “as a cellist and musician, Sati Jimenez is on a very high level that allows him to express in a particularly inspiring way the diversity he has by nature.”
Prof. Klaus Peters says: “Mr Jimenez has above-average musical talent. His play is technically as well as tonally masterly.”
Sati Jimenez has been awarded a scholarship of the Ad Infinitum and with the competition of the Ardian Foundation. As a member of various orchestras, he played in the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Konzerthaus Gendenmarkt Berlin, the Rusher Hall Edinburgh International Festival in Scottland, the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music in Poland, the Wielki Opera Warshaw in Ukraine, and the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest, among others.
Until 2019, Sati Jimenez was a member of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin as an academist, as well as in 2018 in the Orchestra of the Americas in Washington.
In 2014 he won the first price “Centre Ensemble” Competition as a string trio in the category of chamber music in Paris.
For Sati Jimenez, a pedagogical activity is equally important. In January 2021, he started working at the Kreismusikschule Wolgast-Anklam as a half-time teacher.
Furthermore, Sati Jimenez was involved in the association “Yehudi Menuhin – Live Music Now Rostock” for concerts for people with are in social difficulties.
In October 2017, the 25-year-old was trained as a propagator in the model project “We come together – regional action for democracy, diversity and participation” in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to stand up against misanthropy, right-wing extremism and racism.
He is open for digital art on YouTube, for all kinds of live streams, and active in all sorts of chamber music ensembles. Actually he is activ and members the Polaris Duo with Jan Henryk Rentel.
Sati Jimenez plays a violoncello Amati Mangenot 1932.