| Jacaranda Ensemble
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Arab World Tour 2017
|Third Concert -
World Music Night
Under the patronage of the H.E. Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the German Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, we are delighted to present the third concert of the second season of the Muscat Chamber Music Series.
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Through its music, the
builds a bridge between the cultures of the world. The positive
of the public as well as international respect has confirmed the
concept of the Jacaranda Ensemble. Concert tours within Germany and
as well as a positive reaction from the media are the visible results
this artistic endeavor.
Stuttgart, went from the Academy of Music in Nurnberg to the
Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra in 1991. He has always been fascinated
by the sounds and rhythms of other cultures. He studied the primitive
technique of playing the didgeridoo and became enthusiastic about the
alpenhorn. This led him to develop the alpine didgeridoo, which can be
regularly heard in the concerts of the JACARANDA ENSEMBLE.
he was aware of the magical powers of music from a very early age
thanks to the influence of his parents. After studying at the Academy
of Music in Berlin his commitment to music led him to the Brandenburg
Symphony Orchestra. Along with his role as a principle horn player he
dedicated his time to diverse musical projects. Since 1997 the
alpenhorn has become an important focus of his attention. The analysis
of the many musical impressions he gathered whilst on his travels led
to the formation of the JACARANDA ENSEMBLE.
born in Berlin, he studied at the Academy of Music in Berlin. After finishing his diploma he was member of the Berlin Radio Orchestra. As a member of various ensembles and orchestras of the most diverse genres, ranging from classic and rock to jazz, he has been involved in film, television and cd recordings. The Jacaranda Ensemble has profited since 2003 from his talent, experience and rhythmic inventiveness.
born in Berlin, he was immediately engaged by the Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra after finishing his exams at the Academy of Music in Berlin. Along with his contribution to concerts by the orchestra and other well-known organizations, he also dedicated himself to the production of experimental and cross-over genre music. Big projects such as the Pink Floyd concert “The Wall” in Berlin in 1990 and the European concert “Metallica and Symphonic” in 1999 have all influenced his artistic career. His desire to become even more creative led to the creation of the JACARANDA ENSEMBLE.