In 1934, she married the journalist and art historian Ferdinand Eckhardt and they moved to Vienna. After 1935 she devoted herself exclusively to composition. The couple relocated again to Winnipeg, Canada in 1953.
Sophie Eckhardt-Gramatté died in Stuttgart, following an accident. Her legacy is preserved through the work of the Eckhardt-Grammaté Foundation.
Her compositions included: a symphony; a concerto for orchestra; a triple concerto for trumpet, clarinet, bassoon, strings, and timpani; three piano concertos; two violin concertos; a piece for two pianos and orchestra; a bassoon concerto; various chamber works; as well as numerous instrumental solos for piano and violin. Read less
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