In the spring it will be the turn of Alena Baeva (violin), Tomoko Akasaka (viola) and Andrei Ioniță (violoncello) to make music with school-age students.

In the autumn William Hagen (violin), Adrien La Marca (viola) and Marie-Elisabeth Hecker (violoncello) will be making music with gifted young players.

Mit Musik - Miteinander

It is as if you were playing in the ensembles: at the chamber music workshop Mit Musik – Miteinander, any number of musical lights dawn among the members of the audience, too. The audience is part of what happens when up-and-coming new generation artists play chamber music with specially gifted students of school age. The young instructors teach a wide range of things 13 to 19-year-olds while gaining initial experience as role models and teachers. The project, which was launched and is sponsored by the Crespo Foundation, takes place twice a year: in the autumn with young musicians from German-speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), while in spring it is the turn of young instrumentalists from all over the world. An invitation to listen in is extended to anyone who would like to experience the thrill of music taking shape.

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