Entries by Emanuel

The opportunity to participate in an orchestra concert

In the orchestra concert with the “Hamburger Camerata”, participants have the opportunity to perform as soloists. This will be established during a competition. If you want to take part, please mark it on your registration form. Persons who are interested will receive more detailed information after the registration period has ended. In 2020, the participation […]

New: Chamber music option for every instrument master class

NEW! For the first time you have the opportunity to play chamber music in addition to your solo master class. Simply add the works you would like to rehearse! We will try to find suitable partners for the course. You can also specify wish partners. Only if your course takes place, an extra course fee […]

Hagai Shaham

Displaying a dazzling combination of technical brilliance and a uniquely profound musical personality, Hagai Shaham is internationally recognized as one of the astonishing young violinists who have emerged from Israel in recent years. Hagai Shaham began studying the violin at age of six and was the last student of the late renowned Professor Ilona Feher. […]

Fine Arts Quartet

They have been called the “The Dream Team” and were declared by the Washington Post “one of the gold-plated names in chamber music”. But these statements seem inadequate when you consider that American first violinist Ralph Evans was a prizewinner in the International Tchaikovsky Competition, the “fiercest, most nerve-shredding competition in the classical world”; that Russian-born second violinist Efim Boico was […]

Hartmut Rohde

“Stereotypical playing is definitely not his cup of tea, the evening showed how he can fulfil his Musicality with Inspiration and strength of Imagination.” (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) Hartmut Rohde was, in 1993, appointed a professorship at the Universität der Künste in Berlin, he also teaches at the Royal Academy of Music London, where, as a […]

Auryn Quartet

An outstanding career spanning three decades has made the Auryn Quartet one of the most sought-after and respected ensembles performing around the globe. The Quartet has not changed its personnel over this long period, and continues with its fresh and pioneering approach to all genres of music. The Auryn’s main mentors were the Amadeus Quartet, […]

Ralf Gothóni

Ralf Gothóni (born in Finland, living in Germany) has a many-sided career as solo pianist, chamber musician and conductor all over the world. He became well-known for his unconventional way of music-making, not only as a pianist, but as a musician with unusual thinking about music and the wholeness of musicianship. He began his studies […]

Jürgen Franz

Jürgen Franz studied flute with Vladislav Brunner in Frankfurt and with Jean Claude Gérard in Stuttgart . Further studies brought him to Maxence Larrieu and Sir James Galway. Jürgen Franz became a member of the Bielefeld Philharmonic Orchestra and was first flute in the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra.  Since August 2000 he is a member of the radio orchestra NDR in Hamburg with such conductors as Christoph von […]