Music is sound. Sound that is induced by movement and conducted through space in all directions as waves.
This is what inspires me in my work as a cellist and music physiologist.
First cello lesson with Eduard Weismann (German Symphonic Orchestra) at the age of 17
Studies at HfM Dresden with Ramon Jaffé and Prof. Ludger Rémy
Diploma in orchestral music, Violoncello in 2006
Studies at UdK Berlin with Prof. Phoebe Carrai and Markus Möllenbeck
Diploma for Baroque Cello, Ancient Music in 2011
Postgraduate lessons with Prof. Peter Bruns and Heidi Gröger
Engaged in body work since 2006 (Feldenkrais, Heinrich Jacoby, Aikido), 3. Dan Aikikai Tokio
Certified music physiologist since 2013 after professional training at Kurt Singer Institut Berlin
Cooperation with several baroque orchestras, as L’Arco, Göttinger Barockorchester, Elbipolis Barockorchester, Concerto Brandenburg, Sächsisches Barockorchester and Lautten Compagney Berlin
Foundation of the chamber music ensemble baroque-e-motion in 2007
Concerts at Budapester Baroque Festival 2008 / 2010, Musikinstrumenten Museum Berlin 2018, Uckermärkische Musikwochen 2019
Foundation of ensemble Tres Morillas in 2016
Foundation of projects:
Tango No Tango collaboration of baroque musicians and Tango dancers, 2011
Cello Galanterie a cello duo, 2011
Serial since 2015: ImPuls der Suite
Suite for cello and crinoline a duet for baroque cello and contemporary dance with Irene Cortina González, 2015. Tour in Bolivia 2017 in collaboration with Goethe Institut
Suite transcription a performance for baroque cello (3rd Suite for cello by J. S. Bach) and contemporary dance with Yui Kawaguchi, Produced by Julia Kursawe and Yui Kawaguchi in 2017.
suite MINIMAL compositions by Dall’ Abaco and Philip Glass. A suite for baroque cello and contemporary dance, with Irene Cortina González, 2019
Photo © Katja Strempel