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Teachers 2018
 
 
 
Eberhard Feltz (Violin)
Professor at the University of Music Hanns Eisler, Berlin
 

He studied in Berlin with Werner Scholz and in St. Petersburg with Michael Waiman. Since 1963 he is teaching violin and chamber music at the University of Music Hanns Eisler Berlin. Additional he has an excellent reputation as teacher for masterclasses in Europe and in the USA. He was longtime mentor of string quartets like Vogler, Kuss, Faust, Atrium, Calder, Ebène and soloists like the cellist Nicolas Altstaedt.

 
 
   
 
Konstantin Heidrich (Violoncello)
Professor at the University of Arts, Berlin
 

Konstantin Heidrich is the cellist of the Faure Quartet. He studied with M. Ostertag and F. Helmerson. As soloist he played with renown orchestras. The Fauré Quartet, one of the leading chambermusic ensembles since 20 years with concerts all over the world, is his main topic in musical life. He is professor at the University of Arts in Berlin and since 2017 artistic director of  the festival “crescendo”.

 
 
   
 
Diethelm Jonas (Oboe)
Professor at the University of Music, Lübeck
 

studied in Essen, in London at the Royal Academy of Music and in Freiburg by Heinz Holliger. He was solo oboist in orchestras in Essen, Stuttgart and Munich and worked with Claudio Abbado in the lucerne festival orchestra. He  founded the Aulos quintet and is member of the Sabine Meyer woodwind ensemble. Since 2001 professor at the University of Music in Lübeck and guest-professor at the Gedai-University, Tokio.

 
 
 
 
Norbert Kaiser (Clarinet)
Professor for clarinet at the University of Music in Stuttgart
 
Studied clarinet at the University of Music in Detmold by Jost Michaels and Hans Klaus. He was solo clarinetist in the radio-symphony-orchestra in Frankfurt and in the Staatsorchester Stuttgart. From 1995-1998 he studied conducting at the University of Music in Weimar. He worked as conductor at the Staatsoper Stuttgart and worked with the youthorchestra of Thüringen. Since 1999 he is professor for clarinet at the University of Music in Stuttgart. He is juror in international competitions.
 
 
   
 
Georg Klütsch (Bassoon)
Professor at the University of Music Hanns Eisler, Berlin
 
He studied in Detmold and Mainz and with Helman Jung at the Nordwestdeutsche Musikakademie. Longtime he was bassoonist of the Bamberger Symphony Orchestra and member of the Sabine Meyer woodwind ensemble. After teaching in Weimar he got a professorship at the University of Music in Cologne in 2001 and since 2015 for chamber music at the University Hanns Eisler Berlin.
 

 
 
 
Yura Lee ( Violin / Viola)
 

She studied at the Juilliard School in New York, in Boston and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. In 2013 she was prize winner of the ARD Music Competition in Munich and the Yuri Bashmet Viola Competition. The years before she was successful in competitions like Leopold Mozart in Augsburg, in Indianapolis and Nicolo Paganini in Italy. As soloist she works with major orchestras and is member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in New York. From 2014-2016 she was professor at the University of Music Dresden.

 
 
   
 
Angelika Merkle (Piano)
Professor at the University of Music in Frankfurt
 
Studied with Prof. Steurer and at the University of Music in Munich with Prof. Schilde. With a fellowship she studied at the Indiana University in Bloomington with Prof. Hokanson. She is prizewinner of several international competitions and played concerts all over the world. Since 2003 she is professor at the University of Music in Frankfurt, teacher at the foundation Villa Musica and since 2014 Artistic Director of the “Festeburgkonzerte”.
 

 
   
 
Peter Nagy (Piano)
Professor at the University of Music in Stuttgart
 

Studied at the Franz Liszt Academy. Masterclasses with Amadeus Webersinke and Malcolm Bilson. Further studies in Bloomington, USA. Prize winner of the hugarian broadcasting and the Franz Liszt competiton. Chamber music partner from Leonidas Kavakos and Kim Kashkashian a. o. Holding positions as professor of piano at the Liszt Academy in Budapest and at the university of Music in Stuttgart.


 
 
   
 
Hariolf Schlichtig (Viola)
Professor at the University of Music in Munich
 

is well known as chamber musician, soloist and teacher. He studied with Max Rostal and Sandor Vegh and has been member of the Cherubini Quartet for 19 years. Soloist and principal violist of the "Cappella Andrea Barca" with Andras Schiff,  CD-productions and world premieres with Munich Chamber Orchestra. Since 1987 he is Professor for Viola and Chamber Music at the University of Music in Munich.


 
 
   
 
Martin Spangenberg (Clarinet)
Professor at the University of Music Hanns Eisler, Berlin
Artistic director of the 2018 Summer Academy Frenswegen
 

He studied in Hannover with Hans Deinzer and was principal clarinetist from 1988 to 2003 of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Longtime he was the Artistic Director of the “Jeunesses Musicales” International Chamber Music Course and lecturer for the National Youth Orchestra of Germany. As soloist and chamber musician he is international successful. He was prize winner of the German Music Competition and is the conductor of the ensemble m18. Since 1997 he is professor at the University of Music in Weimar, since 2013 in Berlin.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Enno Poppe (Composer in Residence)

Studied conducting and composition at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin. Conductor of ensemble mosaik, as well as regular collaborations with Klangforum Wien, Ensemble musikFabrik and Ensemble Resonanz. Teaching at the Academy of Music Hanns Eisler Berlin and several times at the Darmstadt Summer Course for New Music. Composition assignments, amongst others, from the Salzburg Festival, the Ensemble intercontemporain, the Berliner Festival Weeks, the Donaueschinger Musicdays, musica viva (Munich), MaerzMusik (Berlin) and the Wittener Days for New Chamber Music.

He was awarded the Busoni Prize of the Berlin Academy of Arts, the Ernst-von-Siemens Music Foundation Prize and the Schneider-Schott Music Prize. He is a member of the Academy of Arts, Berlin and the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts in Munich.

 
 
 
     
   
     
     
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