Violoncello - Baroque Cello - Viola da Gamba

"Of impressing intensity"

(Südwestpresse)

Upcoming concerts

“G.F. Händels Saul “

27. 01.2019 5 pm
Dresden, Kreuzkirche
Batzdorfer Hofkapelle
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“Bach all´ italiano“

29. 01.2019 8:30 pm
Haller Bachtage, Herz-Jesu-Kirche Halle (Westfalen),
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“ELFIE“

31. 01.2019 8 pm
Berlin, Neuköllner Oper
Music theater by Wolfgang Böhmer and Martin G. Berger, adapted from »Eine Mordgeschichte« by Tankred Dorst in cooperation with Ursula Ehler
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"Downright sensational, also in the recitativos, cellist Lea Rahel Bader“

(DrehPunktKultur, Salzburger Kulturzeitung)

News

NDR Kultur Soirée

Live recording at the NDR in Hannover with the Ensemble Concerto Foscari → and actor Dieter Hufschmidt.
"In dialogo- To the Religious Talk of 1704" combines music by S.Rossi and J.Rosenmüller with reading of a unique historical document
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First recording Bach Cantatas

The new album presents two reconstructed cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach
Trailer→
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Film documentation at rbb: Three sequences for violoncello and percussion by Juro Metsk

"A gesture, a breath, a cosmos" In the film about the life of Sorbian composer Juro Metsk, French percussionist Guillaume Vairet and I interpret Metsk's composition "Three Sequences". Our work with the composer and the sound recordings in the House of Radio of the rbb in Berlin was filmed. Watch the film on the website of rbb →

Teaching assignment at Universität der Künste Berlin

Since the summer semester 2018 I teach baroque cello and basso continuo practice at the University of the Arts in Berlin.
Find all informations about studying at Universität der Künste Berlin here. →

Recording of Domenico Lanzetti's Cello Concerto

Fresh release of the CD "Napoli galante"! Together with the ensemble Teatro del mondo under the direction of Andreas Küppers, I recorded arias with the famous soprano Robin Johannsen, as well as the Cello Concerto in D Major by Domenico Lanzetti. Further informations →

"…with bright timbre and compelling, almost theatrical presentation"

(Tagblatt)