Magdalena Spielmann is an Austrian recorder player who performs as a soloist and in various chamber music formations. Her personal focus is on the interpretation of Early Music according to historically informed performance practice, whereby she also realizes projects with Contemporary Music. In addition to her artistic activities, she also devotes herself to a lively teaching activity, ranging from beginners' lessons to the preparation of prospective students for the entrance examination to music universities. 

From 2013 to 2020 she studied recorder as a concert subject with Prof. Carsten Eckert at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, which she completed with distinction. In 2019 she spent a semester at the "Pôle Alienor" in Poitiers, France, as part of the European exchange program Erasmus, where she received further impulses from Claire Michon. Magdalena supplemented her musical education with the study of Music Education (recorder) which she completed in 2023.

In addition to her diploma studies, she attended numerous master classes at home and abroad with renowned musicians such as Kees Boeke, Christophe Coin, Lorenzo Cavasanti, Bruce Dickey, Jostein Gundersen, Walter van Hauwe, Ernst Kubitschek, Dorothee Oberlinger, Kim Pineda, Manuel Staropoli, Maurice Steger and Han Tol, who influenced her musical development.
As a recorder player Magdalena has already founded several chamber music groups for Early and Contemporary Music. 

With the ensemble L'Armonia gioiosa, founded in 2014 and dedicated to the music of the 17th and 18th centuries, she was awarded 2nd prize at the “Concorso internazionale di musica antica Maurizio Pratola” in l'Aquila, Italy in 2016. 
In addition to her work as a soloist, she regularly performs with the Early Music groups Ensemble baroque du Poitou and Acanthus Baroque.
As a recorder player Magdalena has given concerts in Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic