Biografien

Viktoria Kaunzner

Sherlocka Holmes with cases Sojuchameleon & chocomusic

Viktoria Elisabeth Kaunzner

violin, composition, producer, artistic director

Viktoria Elisabeth Kaunzner, a world-wide performing violinist-producer-composer“with esprit ... beautiful her compositions" (The Strad), was dedicated Violeta Dinescu´s violin concerto "Roman Fleuve". Her CD "EurAsian Gold" (Medtner / Kaunzner) will be released with SONY Classical, her composition "Jasmine Rice" for violin & orchestra with Furore Edition Kassel. From 2010-2018 she served as youngest professor in the history of South Korea at German School of Music Weimar, Kangnam University. Since then she has been teaching at Victory Academy Berlin for musical excellence®. She follows invitations from renowned faculties such as Vienna, Juilliard School, or Barenboim-Said. American Record Guide benchmarks her third CD with all sonatas by Eugène Ysaÿe among the top 3 worldwide and Fono Fonorum claims, her music fits astonishingly well as extension of the music written by Ysaÿe and Paganini. Since 2020 she has produced her music “New Silk Road” on functioning choco records. Additionally in 2020 she will be seen as Paganini virtuoso in a popular German TV-crimi. In 2021 she will premiere her music “Lucid Dreams” produced for the Winter Olympics in South Korea in an arrangement for violin, flutes, baritone and orchestra in Lotte Hall Seoul. Ivry Gitlis calls the Stradivari Artist – thanks to Florian Leonhard Fine Violins London “a violinist, composer & play director – on the highest level”.

www.viktoriakaunzner.com

Gamin

adventurous journey with inspirarion & love

Gamin

piri, sheng, composer

Gamin Kang, simply known as “gamin,” a distinguished NYC soloist, tours the world performing both traditional Korean music and cross-disciplinary collaborations. Born in Seoul, gamin received her B.A. (1998) and Doctor of Musical Arts (2016) in Korean music from Seoul National University. Gamin plays piri (double reed Korean oboe), taepyeonso (double-reed horn), and saenghwang (mouth organ). She is a designated Yisuja, official holder of Important Intangible Cultural Asset No. 46 for Court and Royal Military music. Gamin was second principal piri player at National Gugak Orchestra, 2004-10. Re-inventing new sonorities from ancient, somewhat restrictive, musical systems, gamin has received several cultural exchange program grants, including Artist-in-Residence (2014) at the Asian Cultural Council, Rockefeller University, and Ministry of Culture, Sports, Tourism of the Republic of Korea (2012). Gamin has collaborated in cross-cultural improvisations in NYC with world-acclaimed musician Jane Ira Bloom, presenting premieres at Roulette Theater, New School, and Metropolitan Museum, NYC. Gamin was featured artist at the Silkroad concert, Seoul, 2018, performing on-stage with Yo-Yo Ma. Closing out 2019, gamin will be Artist-in-Residence at Brandeis Uniersity, and continues her tour to Mexico City, Berlin, and Seoul. Her fans, and all music lovers, are eagerly awaiting 2021, when gamin, as soloist, will perform her Carnegie Hall debut with the Nangye Gugak Orchestra.

www.gamin-music.com


Alexander Boldachev

THE scientist of the harp, multi faceted explorer or music, always in flux.

Alexander Boldachev

harp, composition

Hailed for his "absolutely thrilling" performances (Bachtrack), Alexander Boldachev, the headliner of his instrument, Official Artist for Salvi Harps, Guest Artist of Bolshoi Theater, Founder of the Harp Festival Zurich, has been breaking the mold of the 21st-century harpist with unprecedented virtuosity on both the concert pedal harp as well as the Salvi Delta electric harp. Following his solo debut at age 8, Alexander began his international career as a soloist, chamber musician, and composer, bringing the harp to new audiences throughout 35 countries and five continents. As an arranger, his extensive compositional activity concentrates on expanding the harp repertoire by means of transcriptions of major orchestral works, popular hits (by Queen, The Beatles, Nirvana, Adele) and excerpts of movie music (Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, Spirited Away, James Bond). Besides more than 200 arrangements, Alexander's unique compositions include programmatic works for harp and orchestra, theatrical works featuring harp, choir works, and film music collaborations. As a harp pedagogue, he has lead masterclasses around the world, including such universities as The Juilliard School of Music, Royal Academy of Music, Toronto Royal Conservatory and others.

www.alexanderboldachev.com

Johannes Schubert

„You will remember THIS Schubert“ - Germany’s best zither player Johannes“

Johannes Schubert

zither

Johannes started to learn zither at the age of 13 and very soon succeeded with his instrument. He is the winner of multiple music competitions like „Jugend musiziert“, „Roland-Zimmer-Wettbewerb“ and the international „Ernst-Volkmann-Preis“ Music is his lifestyle – he is one of the most successful and most booked zither players in the world. He likes to play different genres e.g. renaissance, baroque, classical music, contemporary music, jazz – to show that zither is a great instrument. Performances, some of them world premieres, of contemporary music with pieces from Prof. Fredrik Schwenk, Stefan Hippe, Matthias Kaul have been important for him to represent the zither in the modern music world. Schubert frequently collaborates with choirs, orchestras and other musicians in smaller formations. 2009 he got his official degree in teaching zither at the „Bundesakademie“ Trossingen. Johannes teaches zither for over 10 years e.g. at the music school in Fulda and in workshops all over the Germany. Since 2016 Johannes is the conductor of a zither orchestra in Regensburg, in 2018 he started his own project orchestra near Mainz. Since 2016 Johannes owns a music publishing company – Musikverlag Richard Gruenwald – which has been the most important one since ever.

www.zither-spieler.de

You Jin Sung

Elegance, discipline & witty humour

You Jin Sung

gayageum

Sung started gayageum at age 12. After graduating from Gukak National High School, she entered Korea National University of Arts - Korean Traditional Arts Division at the top of her class. She has performed creative music in the form of chamber orchestra such as Jeong Ga Ak Heo, Gomool along with traditional music. She began her solo career in 2010, and has gained a variety of experiences, including collaborating with creators from various genres, such as plays and musicals, and reinterpreting Korean ancient score and traditional music. Since 2014 Sung lives in Berlin, Germany. She has been trying to find new ways of contemporary music that could combine East Asian and Western musical instruments with AsianArt Ensemble. She is working on introducing Korean traditional music and gayageum to people through lecture concerts and gayageum classes. Sung plays gayageum in Europe in a variety of forms. She has played gayageum with Czech’s Janáček Ostrava Philharmonic in 2017. And she has been playing many contemporary music concerts with AsianArt Ensemble introducing gayageum music in Poland, Hungary, Spain, Italy, Lithuania, Sweden, and Switzerland in Europe.

Ahmad Hussein

nice, always on time, creative, friendly, hardworking, loves chewing gum

Ahmad Hussein

saz

Ahmad Hussein worked as an independent plasterer and painter in Damascus before fleeing to Germany. As a passionate saz player and improviser, he is currently learning guitar and is additionally interested in pop, rock and fusion, now especially in the bridge between traditional Arabic and Western music systems.

Hyeri Song

a passionate flutist, who considers music and German beer as major pillars of her philosophy and enjoys spending time with inspiring people while having always a smile on her lips

Hyeri Song

flute

Passion for music has accompanied Hyeri Song since her early childhood. She had her first flute and piano experiences at the tender age of eight. As a teenager, she actively participated in flute competitions and earned awards at Phoneclassic Korea, the Korea Flute Association or the Korea Brahms Association. In her bachelor and master studies, Hyeri Song continued with the development of her musical skills: She received lessons from Prof. Philipp Jundt at the German School of Music Weimar in Seoul, where she took classes in German language to prepare for her later experiences in Germany. After graduating in 2015, her studies led her to Germany to Prof. Mathias Dittmann. In Augsburg, she completed a master's degree at the Leopold Mozart Center of the University of Augsburg. In her master's thesis and final concert she dealt with Jolivet`s mystical Chants de Linos in theory and practice. Currently, Ms Song is studying with Alice Morzenti at the Hochschule für Musik in Nuremberg. Beyond her studies, Hyeri Song regularly participates in international competitions. One example is her participation in the Concours de Flute de Paris 2019, which she completed with the 5th prize.

Sora Choi

entertainer active responsible kind cute

Sora Choi

haegeum

Passion for music has accompanied Hyeri Song since her early childhood. She had her first flute and piano experiences at the tender age of eight. As a teenager, she actively participated in flute competitions and earned awards at Phoneclassic Korea, the Korea Flute Association or the Korea Brahms Association. In her bachelor and master studies, Hyeri Song continued with the development of her musical skills: She received lessons from Prof. Philipp Jundt at the German School of Music Weimar in Seoul, where she took classes in German language to prepare for her later experiences in Germany. After graduating in 2015, her studies led her to Germany to Prof. Mathias Dittmann. In Augsburg, she completed a master's degree at the Leopold Mozart Center of the University of Augsburg. In her master's thesis and final concert she dealt with Jolivet`s mystical Chants de Linos in theory and practice. Currently, Ms Song is studying with Alice Morzenti at the Hochschule für Musik in Nuremberg. Beyond her studies, Hyeri Song regularly participates in international competitions. One example is her participation in the Concours de Flute de Paris 2019, which she completed with the 5th prize.

Roman Salyutov

Imaginative, tirelessly, demanding, keen to experiment and adventurous.

Roman Salyutov

piano

Roman Salyutov was born in 1984 in Leningrad. At the age of 10, he entered the Special Music Lyceum at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory (piano, conducting), and after graduating, he studied at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory (Diploma, 2008) and at the Musikhochschule in Cologne (Master, 2010). He got his PhD with a dissertation on the piano work of César Franck in 2011 at the University of Paderborn. Roman Salyutov’s artistic activity leads him, besides Germany, to other European counties, Israel, USA, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. He is also frequently invited to leading piano master-classes, for example in the Franz Liszt Society Switzerland-Japan, the Franz Liszt Society in Wroclaw, the Victoria University of Wellington and the University of New Mexico. As a musicologist, he appears with lectures in German and foreign universities. Roman Salyutov is Chief Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of Bergisch Gladbach. In 2018, he founded the first German-Israeli orchestra, the Yachad Chamber Orchestra. Roman Salyutov is involved in different cultural projects including national as well as international festivals. He is now chairman of the cultural society of Bergisch Gladbach “Musik- und KulturFestival GL e. V.” promoting the network of international cultural exchange of the region. Photo: Ivan Toscanelli

www.roman-salyutov.de

Weimo Gao

Very nice, quite clever, usually likeable, a bit mean

Weimo Gao

cello

Weimo Gao was borin in 1994, in Shanghai, China. She started taking up Cello lessons at the age of seven with Prof. Dahai Liu at the Music Middle School Affiliated To Shanghai Conservatory Of Music. After graduating from middle school, she moved to Freiburg, Germany, at the age of 16, where she started majoring Cello performance at the University of Music Freiburg with Prof. Christoph Henkel. After graduating with a Bachelors degree, she enrolled in the Masters Program of the Robert-Schumann-Hochschule Düsseldorf, where she studied with Prof. Gregor Horsch. During her studies she participated in masterclasses with such renowned teachers as Prof. Reinhard Latzko, Prof. Božo Paradžik, Prof. Wolfgang Boettcher, Prof. Jean-Guihen Queyras, Prof. Jerome Pernoo, Prof. Konradin Brotbek. Weimo played recitals in Germany and China. In 2014, she was invited to play the Rokoko-Variations by Tchaikovsky with the Orquesta de la Universidad de Alicante, under the musical direction of Aihnea Ignat during the Perugia Music Festival. Weimo has worked and played in orchestras such as Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra Münster, Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Orchestra of the German Opera Berlin. Currently she plays in the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra.

Kanghyun Lee

A peacemaker

Kanghyun Lee

cello

Kanghyun Lee started playing cello at 11, gave the first recital at 12 with Haydn’s C Major concerto. He had numerous recitals, chamber concerts and orchestra concerts in Seoul, Busan, Tongyeong, New York, Paris, Tokyo, Fukuoka in great Halls such as Carnegie Hall, Seoul Arts Center, Kumho Art Hall, Fukuoka Symphony Hall, Auditorium in Fondation Louis Vuitton, Schloss Elmau. He especially performed D.Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No.1 in Eb Major at Seoul Arts Center concert hall as a ‘Rising Star’ with Korean Symphony Orchestra, and performed as a soloist with Conductor Michael Sanderling with Tongyeong Festival Orchestra. Additionall he showcased works by Cassado, Franck, Rachmaninoff that was played as a duo recital in Kumho Art Hall was rebroadcasted on KBS Classic FM. Kanghyun was selected as a semi-finalist in the 11th Witold Lutoslawski International Cello Competition and won 1st prize in the Joong-Ang Music Competition in South Korea. He participated as a player and student in numerous festivals such as the Tongyeong International Music Festival, the Great Mountains Music Festival. In 2018 he participated in the Cello Masterclasses in Kronberg, won a scholarship prize for the next 2019 Kronberg Academy Festival, and 2020 Cello Masterclasses recommended by cellist Frans Helmerson. Kanghyun was selected as one of the 6 laureates in the Classe d’Excellence Violoncelle 2018/2019 season at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, under the direction of Gautier Capucon. He also was selected as one of the cellists for the Verbier Festival Academy of the 2019 Verbier Festival. He took masterclasses with renowned musicians such as Gautier Capucon, Frans Helmerson, David Geringas, Gabor Takács-Nagy, Miklos Perenyi, Arto Noras, Jian Wang, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Pamela Frank, Julius Berger, Ferenc Rados, Wen-Sinn Yang, David Finckel, Philippe Muller, Xavier Gagnepain, and Steven Isserlis. He graduated with honors from the Korea National University of Arts with Professor Kangho Lee(Bachelor’s degree), graduated(Master’s degree)and iscurrently studying for Konzertexamen in the Luebeck Musikhochschule with Professor Troels Svane.

Kang Sungwoo

Delicate Positive Passion

Kang Sungwoo

daegeum

SUNG WOO KANG has played daegeum since he was 14 and played 'Sa-mul-no-ri' before. He started studying and playing Korean traditional music in the National Middle & High School of Korean Traditional Music. At Korea National University of Arts he was taught by professor JUNG-SEUNG KIM, YONG-HO PARK and KEUN-HWA RYU. He received scholarships as a student and participated in KNUA's performances. He won the 1st prize given by Korea´s Prime Minister and received awards in several Korean traditional music competitions. In Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Beijing, Shanghai he shared with all the people Korean traditional music. He usually plays traditional music and performs at the national palace but he also loves combinations with Western instruments in orchestra, quartet and with piano. He tries to create a harmony between Western and Korean music and also participated in the album of jazz artist WOLFGANG PUSCHNIG. Nowdays he studies and performs numbers of contemporary music and also musicals. When you meet him you can feel his passion and how much he loves music.

Yaoyao Brandenburg

Noble spontaenity, open-minded, philantropic emotionality

Yaoyao Brandenburg

piano

The German-Chinese pianist YaoYao Brandenburg was a young student at the UdK and a student at the Mozarteum Salzburg with Hans Leygraf and Cordelia Höfer-Teutsch. She also received important impulses from Alexander Malter, Arthur Hipp and her long-time mentor Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Her concert activity has led her in the chamber music hall of the Berliner Philharmonie, the Konzerthaus Berlin, in the Tonhalle Zurich, in the theater hall of the Neues Palais Potsdam, among others. In addition, she played for the Federal Foreign Office, the Leibnitz Society, the Chamber Music Foundation Villa Musica and made her debut in the 2010/2011 season during the Berliner Philharmoniker Foundation. Before YaoYao Brandenburg became a piano teacher at the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf music school, she taught as assistant of Julia Varady's master class and had lectureships at the Berlin University of the Arts and the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin. YaoYao Brandenburg is a PhD student in musicology at the University Mozarteum Salzburg.

Francesco Petri

reflective curious enthusiastic loveable

Francesco Petri

clarinet

Francesco Petri attended the Music Conservatory “F.A. Bonporti” in Trento under the guidance of Professor Lorenzo Guzzoni, where he graduated with highest honors. Subsequently he attended a Master in Solo Performance with the same Professor and he graduated with honors and “Menzione ad onorem” in April 2016. Francesco also took part in several masterclasses with Professors such as Mate Bekavac, Calogero Palermo, Davide Lattuada, Giampaolo Pretto, Lorenzo Coppola, Andreas Sunden, Karl Leister and Alessandro Carbonare at the Chigiana Accademy in Siena (Italy). He worked with several orchestras, such as Haydn Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano, Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Mantua, Cherubini Youth Orchestra with M° Riccarco Muti, Italian Youth Orchestra, Orchestra “del Festival Pianistico” of Brescia and Bergamo and many others. He performed in many concert halls and theaters in Italy and abroad e.g.: Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, Auditorium Rai Toscanini of Turin, Royal Opera House Muscat, Mozarteum Salzburg, Ravello Festival, Ravenna Festival, “Festival dei due mondi” of Spoleto. He also played with various directors and important soloists, such as Riccardo Muti, Jeffrey Tate, John Axelrod, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Enrico Dindo, Giampaolo Pretto, Nicola Paszkowsky. He currently studies with Prof. Shirley Brill at the HfM Saar, as well as bass clarinet with Prof. Matthias Höffer.

Isak Han

Evangelist of experimental sound practice

Isak Han

live electronics

His work explores new possibilities of creativity in the realm of digital technology through creative coding, Circuit Bending, Hardware hacking and personal instrument design. His practice-based artistic researches seek to find different concepts of control in hybrid music systems. Airborne Instruments nUFO a.k.a NTMI has been a major project for the last three years. He created his first prototype with UdK University's graduation work, and then supported a Creative Prototyping program sponsored by The European Social Fund to form an experimental and innovative instrument development company named Airborne Instruments. He works with Hannes Hoelzl for hardware and software design, interaction, sound design, production line development, corporate CI, website design and marketing strategy. Above all, the focus is on finding ways to build open source-based production and sales platforms that are not tied to existing industrial systems. He also presented his works at conferences such as MOCO (US), MUC (Germany) or festivals such as Dystopia (Germany), Transmediale (Germany), Retune (Germany), Re: publica (Germany), Lab30 (Germany), and Futher Lab (China). He has participated as an artist and has performed numerous concerts and solo performances. Collaborated artists include Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hoelzl (computer / live electronics), Kahtrin Hunze (live visual), Viktoria Elisabeth Kaunzner (violin), Hwang Jung-hyun (gayageum), Jin Sung (hand fan / percussion), Kim Hae-na (janggu) etc.

Ennio Tangocci

A focused dreamer: Flexible, structured & self-critical

Ennio Tangocci

sound design

Ennio Tangocci is an upcoming media composer based in Munich, Germany. At the age of 18, he started his bachelor’s degree in music production at the DHGS University in Berlin. During the bachelor’s degree, he completed a six months internship at Sky Germany as an audio engineer. His most memorable projects during those six months included several UEFA Champions League trailers, tv spots and countless documentaries for National Geographic. Finally, he focused on music for film, tv and games, which ultimately became the subject of the final thesis. Shortly after graduating, he started a master’s degree in professional media composition at the university of Chichester. Meanwhile he developed a deep interest in trailer music, which soon enough became his full-time occupation. He has been working for several trailer music publishers such as “Elephant Music”, “Jolt Trailer Music”, “Dos Brains”, “Eon Sounds” and “Atom Music Audio”, co-writing hundreds of trailer tracks with his partner Paul Zambrano.

Rebekah Reid

ambitious, kind, quirky, dedicated, humorous

Rebekah Reid

violin

Rebekah Reid is a vibrant and versatile violinist and loop pedal artist of African and Jamaican descent. Rebekah specialises in classical and jazz repertoire as well improvisation and composition. Reid experiments with loopers and effects pedals, drawing inspiration from artists such as Bach and Paganini, Eddie South, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Aphex Twin, Flying Lotus and Erykah Badu. Combining electronics with traditional classical string techniques, Reid crafts unique sound worlds with her violin and a tonal narrative that captures the listeners’ imagination. Rebekah has performed her solo live loop pedal set across the UK, with performances at the Portico Library in Manchester supporting Matana Roberts and Kelly Jayne Jones, Manchester Art Gallery for Sofar Sounds, and the Royal Albert Hall – the Elgar Room, in March 2019 supporting Roxanne Tattei. Rebekah also leads and manages TÄPP, a dynamic loop pedal music collective featuring collaborations with musicians from London and Manchester. TÄPP have featured on Worldwide FM, BBC Introducing, were runners up for the Nonclassical 'Battle of the Bands’ competition 2018 and were Jazz North Artists 2018-2019. Rebekah plays a Johann Karl Klotz violin from 1786, Germany, kindly on loan from the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.

www.rebekahreidviolin.co.uk

Leonard Becker

dynamic - communicative – always in good mood - motivated - tolerant

Leonard Becker

guitar

Leonard Becker, born 1999 in Deggendorf (Germany), started playing the guitar at the age of 6. When he was 14, he began to have lessons with the Italian guitarist Aliosha de Santis and from 2015 on he took classes as a student of the youth academy of „Hochschule für Musik und Theater München" with Pedro Aguiar. Since 2017, Leonard has been studying with Prof. Franz Halasz in Munich. At the national youth music competition „Jugend musiziert" in 2015 in Hamburg Leonard Becker won first price. In 2017, he received the award for special cultural achievements of his native region. In March 2019, he was awarded the first price at the international chambermusic competition „Gerhard Vogt" in Schweinfurt (Germany) for string quartette and guitar, collaborating with an ensemble from the Hochschule Munich. Leonard has played with several orchestras such as the Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra. He also participated as a soloist at the premiere of Max Deml´s work „Celtic Rapsody" for recorder, guitar and strings. Furthermore, he gained artistic experience at masterclasses with Alvaro Pierri, Marco Tamayo, Joaquin Clerch, Virginia Luque, Andrew York, and Ana Vidovic.

Yu Bora

Her brave heart flows from mindfulness which is connected to tears of thirsty soul.

Yu Bora

gayageum

Among her albums are 3 digital singles such as „Song of Hope” (2019), as well as the albums „Seasons“, „Dreaming Christmas” and „Love Story”. She performed at a New Year’s Concert with Erato String Ensemble at Lotte Concert Hall, Seoul (2020), in the Korea-Japan Friendship Concert, Seoul, Korea and Tokyo, Japan (2017-2019), Paju Free Music Festival, PATI, Paju (2019), Jeonju International Music Festival, Yeourak Festival, Korean National Theater, Seoul, World Music Group Tour, Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, Japan (2013-2015). Many solo concerts such as include a US Tour in Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, USA (2009). Showcasing original scores for Dance, such as Fashion Show 99 in the Art Company Dance Theater, Seoul, she also appeared in Tchaikim Hanbok Fashion Show, Onyang. From 2018-2019 she taught at the Korean National University of Arts in Seoul and gave lectures on gayageum and Non-western music classes at the University of Washington as an ethnomusicology visiting artist. She sudied at the Korean National University of Arts where she holds a Bachelor and Master of Traditional Arts.

Jonathan Reveuni

honest, generous, curious, thoughtful, open-minded

Jonathan Reveuni

cello

Born in 1997, Jonathan Reuveni received his first Cello lesson from Emeric Kostyak, later he studied with Stephanie Meyer at the Klasse für Studienvorbereitung der Musikakademie Basel. As a soloist and chamber musician he has won many competitions, e.g. 2011 the first price “mit Auszeichnung” and several special prizes in the final of the Schweizer Jugend Musikwettbewerb with the Sereno Quartett, a second price and another special in the final of “Jugend musiziert” 2013 as a soloist, first price solo in Sjmw 2014 in Lausanne, the first and second audience price of Moritzburg festival academy 2015. He is very active as a chamber musician and a soloist, having recently performed Shostakovichs cello concerto No. 1 with the Bad Reichenhall Philharmonic orchestra and Markus Bosch. In 2018 he was supported by the Hans Huber Stiftung. Jonathan Reuveni has attended masterclasses by Wolfgang Böttcher, Frans Helmerson, Jan Vogler, Amaryllis Quartett, Wen-Sinn Yang, Peter Bruns, Arto Noras and more. Currently he is studying in the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich with Prof. Maximilian Hornung.

Nora Roggausch

#paintress #wilddreamer #smartpoet #fuckreality

Nora Roggausch

live painting

Nora Roggausch (*1988) is a German artist with an Indonesian ethnical background. She studied fine arts, economics & art and media science in Germany, USA, Portugal and the Netherlands. Her artistic practice is informed by contemporary philosophical and psychological concepts, and by the relation between fiction and reality. She is endlessly fascinated from an individual´s very specific perception of reality that is given shape in their artmaking. Her transdisciplinary approach draws from music and dance, to create paintings, drawings, site specific installation and performative elements. Her exhibitionary practice is complemented by research at the interface between artistic practice and art theory. Nora Roggausch currently lives and works in Berlin.

Jin Young Won

...admires flow of water and wind

Jin Young Won

Tänzerin

South-Korean dancer Jin Young Won graduated from SunHwa Art high school. She is prizewinner and won the contemporary prize in ‘Prix de Lausanneʼ were she was offered to join The Netherland Dance Theatre II as apprentice and then was offered a contract for the years 2006-2009. She worked and danced pieces by Jiří Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Johan Inger, Alexander Ekman, Stijn Celis, Marco Goecke, Hans van Manen and Pual Lightfoot and Sol Leon. In 2009 she joined Basel Ballet, Switzerland under the direction of Richard Wherlock were she had the chance to work and peform pieces by Mauro Bigonzetti, Angelin Preljocaj, Rami Beʼer, Richard Wherlock and many more. Upon leaving Basel Ballet she moved to New York. In 2012 she joined Cedar Lake dance company directed by Benoit-Swan Pouffer/Alexandra Damiani. She had the opportunity to work with Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Crystal Pite, Hofesh Shechter, Jo Strømgen, Emanuel Gat, Richard Siegal and Andonis Foniadakis. After three years Jin Young returned to the Saarländische Staatstheater with artistic director Stijn Celis. She preformed pieces by Jiří Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Alexander Ekman, Martin Chaix and received the “SponsorClub Preis”. In 2017 Jin Young moved to Berlin as an active Freelance Performer and cooperated with kNoname Artist- Roderick Goerge, JC Movement - Jill Corvisier, Ballet of difference - Richard Siegal, Fabien Prioville dance company, Diego Tortelli. In 2018 Jin joined the Human Fields Art collective.

Alessandro Navarro Barbeito

Alessandro Navarro Barbeito

dance artist

Alessandro Navarro Barbeito is a Spanish dancer. His passion and commitment, combined with his inquisitive mind and desire to explore the unknown have taken him to immerse himself in diverse dance scenes in Germany, Switzerland and South Korea. Alessandro left Spain at age 17 to study at the Hamburg Ballet School of John Neumeier. At the age of 19, Alessandro was hired by the Ballett Vorpommern in Greifswald and then, a year later, joined the Stuttgart Ballet. It was during this time that Alessandro first toured Asia, and got introduced to South Korea (Kang Sue Jin), and created his first solo show, Sin título, which gained recognition for its uniqueness. Following his time in Stuttgart, he joined the Ballett Theater Basel, Switzerland. He eventually decided to move to South Korea, where he has been working with the Seoul Ballet Theatre for two years. There he performed as soloist and worked with renowned Korean choreographers. He has also been developing a pedagogical approach, and has been teaching ballet in various academies. From now on, Alessandro will be working as a freelance dancer and model in South Korea and aims to learn traditional Korean

Peter Fleckenstein

timpani, marimba, drumset
performing from jazz duo to symphony orchestra Peter Fleckenstein is a versatile and curios musician

Peter Fleckenstein

guest percussionist

Peter Fleckenstein is percussionist and drumset player in the Magdeburgische Philharmonie. From 2016 to 2018 he was a student of the Karajan-Akademie of the Berliner Philharmoniker, currently he is studying classical percussion in the Masters degree at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin. Peter was first prizewinner of the competition „Jugend musiziert“ three times and was awarded second prize at the “Italy Percussion Competition” in both the snare drum and drum set categories. He is a scholarship holder of the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben and “Live Music Now Berlin e.V.”. Concerts with his duo include appearances at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, as well as broadcasts for radio and television. As a timpanist he was playing with the Berliner Philharmoniker, the London Symphony Orchestra, the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester, and others. Peter Fleckenstein also loves to play Jazz with his duo „Jazzical Class“ together with Žilvinas Brazauskas.