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2021

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Knut Hanßen (piano) kicked off the concert year 2021 with beautiful interpretations of works by L. v. Beethoven, J. Haydn, and F. Schubert.
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Yin Chiang and Simone Herre played a wonderful classical concert for piano and mandolin. Yin Chiang (piano) and Simone Herre (mandolin) delighted both audience and press on the piano and mandolin with pieces by L. v. Beethoven, P. A. Feliziano, B. Bortolazzi and J. N. Hummel.
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Foto von Ida Pelliccioli Ida Pelliccioli (piano) enchanted the audience with beautiful sounds by Debussy as well as the composers who inspired him.
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In defiance of Corona, our tried and tested student recital finally took place again this year!

2020

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Urte Lucht celebrated her first performance since the beginning of the pandemic with her fortepiano and pieces by three generations of Mozart composers.
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DongYang Xing played a wonderful concert with the Etudes Opus 10 and Opus 25 by Frédéric Chopin at the opening of the vernissage of Wilhelm Frosting’s exhibition “Painters of Light”.
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Simone Hirsch (soprano), and Nare Karoyan (piano) sing and sing about Kurt Weill. An exciting concert with wit after a much too long pandemic-related creative break!
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The Musikstudio introduces Lisa Shklyaver as its new teacher. As a proven expert on the clarinet, especially in historical performance practice, she took the opportunity to introduce interested listeners to this instrument in all its history. An exciting lecture!
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As a prelude to the exhibition “In Honor of Beethoven – A Collective Exhibition” Yizhuo Meng (piano) played a concert about Beethoven. At the same time, this was a very special event, as it took place without an audience due to the Corona Pandemic and was published exclusively online. Here you can also find the virtual tour, where you can listen to the concert again and many interesting facts about our artists.
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The pianist Georgy Voylochnikov could be heard twice: On the one hand solo with works by P. Tchaikovsky, S. Rachmaninov, A. Scriabin and other Russian composers.
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On the other hand also together with the clarinettist Lisa Shklyaver, playing works by L. v. Beethoven, I. Stravinsky, J. Brahms and other composers.
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Every year adult students of the DTKV played again.
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The pianist Yizhuo Meng and the musicologist Dr. Axel Schröter played and lectured on the collaboration of the well-known dramaturg August von Kotzebue with Ludwig van Beethoven. Guest of honor was the painter and great-great-grandson of the dramaturg, Otto von Kotzebue.
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2019

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In 2019 the Musikstudio celebrated its 10th anniversary. Guests were the pianists Knut Hanßen, Gotthard Kladetzky and Yin Chiang, who delighted us with works by D. Scarlatti, J. Haydn, G. Ligeti and Franz Liszt. Of course the students of the Musikstudio also came up with a special program for this day.
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Students of the Musikstudio made a trip to China and Taiwan and performed publicly. The detailed travel report of Johannes Paqué can be found here.
The students of the Musikstudio performed again this year in the Beethoven Chamber Music Hall of the city of Bonn small productions around music. At the end there was a concert by pianist Joanna Sochacka, who delighted the audience with works by F. Chopin, E. Grieg, W. A. Mozart, J. Brahms and other composers.
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The pianist Tobias Koch made his debut in our studio with an emotionally exciting and highly interesting program based around the works of the “Rhineland Romantics”, including R. Schumann, N. Burgmüller and F. Hiller.
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Sheila Arnold and Guido Schiefen played as a duo the 2 sonatas for violoncello and piano by Johannes Brahms. 
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The Duo Sis (Yin Chiang, piano and Huei Chiang, violin) and Dr. Marc Herrmann presented music with reading from the “Kreutzer Sonata” by Tolstoy.
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Ketil Haugsand thrilled the audience with the Goldberg Variations by J. S. Bach on the harpsichord.
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On the 200th anniversary of August von Kotzebue’s death Dieter E. Neuhaus (dramaturge) and Urte Lucht (fortepiano) invited to a reading in the Musikstudio. The painter and great-great-grandson of the great writer, Otto von Kotzebue, was present.
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Sigrun Stephan could be heard twice. Andreas Nachtsheim on the lute accompanied her with her harpsichord. Together they played works by G. F. Händel, G. Frescobaldi and A. Piccinini.
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Together with Gerald Hambitzer Sigrun Stephan played works by J. C. Bach, C. P. E. Bach, W. A. Mozart, W. F. Bach and C. on two clavichords.
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The pianists Sara deAscaniis and Georgy Voylochnikov made their duo debut in the Musikstudio with pieces by F. Schubert, C. Debussy and J. Brahms.
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Foto: Sue Schlotte und Luis BerraSue Schlotte (cello) and Luis Berra (piano) presented “Beethoven and improvisations”.
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Foto von Veronika MushkinaVeronika Mushkina played the opening concert for the exhibition “Watching and Listening” by Victor Shtivelberg.
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Students of Prof. Gesa Lücker played the “Wohltemperierte Clavier Band 2” (Well-tempered piano Volume 2) by J. S. Bach.
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2018

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Children make music for children in South Africa
Students of the music studio performed together in the Beethoven Chamber Music Hall of the city of Bonn to raise funds for the Plett Field Band in South Africa. The youth organization Field Band Foundation supports children and young people from the poor parts of the population so that they can learn a musical instrument and perform together. Also guests were the pianists Walter Prossnitz and Franziska Staubach, who gave a free concert.
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Climatekeys Bonn 2018
Climatekeys is a series of events founded in 2017 by the pianist and composer Lola Perrin to raise awareness of climate change in conjunction with musical entertainment. Guests included the young pianist Robbin Reža and the climate change expert Andrew Higham.
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Every year adult students of the DTKV played again.
The “Arcangelo Trio” (Daniel Rothert, flute, Gerald Hambitzer, harpsichord and Markus Möllenbeck, cello) presented works by D. Scarlatti, G. F. Händel, A. Corelli, F. M. Veracini and F. Germiniani.
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Ketil Haugsand (harpsichord) presented works by L. Marchand, J.-P. Rameau, J.-B. A. Forqueray and J. S. Bach.
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Urte Lucht played works by W. A. Mozart, L. v. Beethoven and J. Haydn on the fortepiano.
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Gotthard Kladetzky presented works by F. Liszt.
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The students of the Musikstudio played at “Bühne frei für Beethoven“.
Yuko Inoue presented works by C. P. E. Bach and L. v. Beethoven on the fortepiano
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2017

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Adult piano students play for the citizens for Beethoven in the Bonn Redoute
It was a very special honor for us to perform for Beethoven in the Redoute before the citizens. In addition to the concert, Dr. Eisel spoke about Beethoven’s life and what he associated with the Redoute.
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Excursion to the workshop of the master piano builder Christian Schoke
How is a piano built? What is it made of and what does it consist of? This and more was answered by the master piano builder Christian Schoke in his workshop in Cologne.
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Every year adult students of the DTKV played again.
Alexander Sergei Ramirez (Gitarre) präsentierte “Leyendas de America Latina”: Werke von P. X. Tirado, A. Barrius-Mangoré und H. Villa-Lobos.
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The Duo Sis (Yin Chiang, piano, and Huei Chiang, violin) presented works by Richard Strauss and contemporary Chinese and Turkish composers.
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“Singing with your fingers” – Sigrun Stephan played works by Joh. Seb. Bach, D. Scarlatti, F. Hensel and others
Knut Hanßen (piano) played a program with L. v. Beethoven, J. Haydn and M. Ravel.
Luke Welch (piano) played works by D. Scarlatti, L. van Beethoven, O. Morawetz, R. Schumann and F. Chopin.
The “Trio Masielle” presented works of chamber music by female composers such as L. Farrenc, M. Bonis and F. Hensel.
Marie Sophie Richter (vocals) and Wei Lee (piano) presented “The Moods of the Seas”. With music by F. Liszt, G. Fauré, F. Schubert and C., among others Debussy.
The piano duo Con Spirito, consisting of Lisa Richter and Franziska Staubach, played works for four hands by W. A. Mozart, J. Brahms and F. Schubert.
“Songs without words” by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Fanny Hensel. A project of the class of Prof. Sheila Arnold, HfmT Cologne

2016

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The Musikstudio celebrated its 7th anniversary with an open day.
Not only did big and small students of the Musikstudio play, but Prof. Dr. Theo Hartogh (University of Vechta) gave a lecture on the topic: “It is never too late – singing and making music in old age”.
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Students of the DTKV presented their skills.
Sheila Arnold (piano) played works by Franz Schubert to introduce her new CD.
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Gotthard Kladetzky (piano) played works by L. van Beethoven L. M. Gottschalk and S. Prokofiev.
Yuko Inoue played works by C.Ph.E. Bach, W.F. Bach, J. Haydn, J.C. Bach and W.A. Mozart on the fortepiano.
Jens Lauterbach (tenor) and the trio “Réminiscence”, consisting of Susanne Wessels (piano), Johanna Cender (violin) and Natalia Kazakova (violoncello), performed works by Beethoven and Haydn.
Isabel Gabbe (piano) played works by Schumann, Guarnieri, Ravel, Bartók and Albéniz
Diego Ares (harpsichord) and Sophie Lamberbourg (gamba) play pieces by J.S. Bach, J.J. Froberger, C.F. Abel, and others.
Wei Lee and Natalia Lentas played on the fortepiano pieces by C. P. E. Bach, W. A. Mozart, J. Haydn and L. v. Beethoven.
Franziska Staubach and Ejow Meng played piano pieces by Bach, Haydn, Chopin, Mozart, Schumann and Brahms for four hands.
Nika Afazel (piano) played works by Scandinavian composers, including J. Sibelius and E. Grieg.
Students of Prof. Gesa Lücker and Gabriele Leporatti played works by L.v. Beethoven, J. Brahms, F. Chopin, F. Liszt and others
Rasmus Vamos Fecher (guitar) played works by F. Sor, F. Schubert, G. Regondi, E. Granados and M. M. Ponce.

2015

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Concert of the Deutscher Tonkünstlerverband (DTKV – German Musician Association) for the World Children’s Day.
Workshop “Interpreting Classical Music” with students of Gabriele Paqué led by Prof. Sheila Arnold.
Students of Prof. Sheila Arnold, Prof. Alexander S. Ramirez, Prof. Hubert Käppler and Nati Blanco (Flamenco and castanets) presented: “An Italian in Madrid” by Domenico Scarlatti
Gesa Lücker (piano)
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Concert and reading: Knut Hanßen played the “Ballade in F Minor op. 5 by Chopin” and the “Songs without Words op. 67” by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Ruth Möbius-Hanssen read from her short stories.
Diego Ares (harpsichord)

Duo Divino”: Jens Lauterbach, vocals, and Fabian Spindler, guitar

 

Diego Ares (harpsichord) and Sophie Lamberbourg (gamba) play pieces by J.S. Bach, J.J. Froberger, C.F. Abel, and others.
Students of Prof. Gesa Lücker played the Wohltemperiertes Clavier Band I by J.S. Bach

2014

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The music studio celebrated its 5th anniversary. Guests were Kees Rosenhart, Sheila Arnold as well as Prof. Dr. Christian Steinhäuser, who gave a lecture on “Music, Aging and the Brain”.
Alexander Sergei Ramirez (guitar)
Gerald Hambitzer (harpsichord)
Isabel Gabbe (piano)
Jens Lauterbach, vocals, and Maximilian Bilov, piano
Prof. Sheila Arnold presented the project: C.Debussy “Préludes I and II” with PreCollege students and students.
Ute Hasenauer, violin, and Fan Yang, piano

Dmitry Gladkov (fortepiano)

 

2013

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“Touch the sky with new sounds”
Pedal workshop with students of Gabriele Paqué – under the direction of Prof. Sheila Arnold, Musikhochschule Köln
Jamina Gerl (piano)
Alexander Sergei Ramirez (guitar)
Gerald Hambitzer and Gabriele Paqué (at 2 harpsichords)
Isabel Gabbe (piano) and Judith Stapf (violin)
Benjamin Ramirez with the lecture “Expressive bodies”.

2012

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Open day with student performance and lectures by Prof. Dr. med. Claudia Spahn and Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lutz Jäncke (in picture) with the topic: “Music, brain and age?
Doris zu Linden (author) und Daniel Rothert (recorder)
Christian Rieger (harpsichord)
Erard master class for students by Prof. Sheila Arnold (conductor) with a lecture by Frits Janmaat (specialist for Erard pianos)
Diego Ares (harpsichord)
The Oliver Maas Trio (Jazz-Ensemble)

2011

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Sheila Arnold (piano)
Marieke Spaans (fortepiano)
Gerald Hambitzer (harpsichord) and Daniel Rothert (transverse flute and recorder)

2010

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Gerald Hambitzer (harpsichord)
Ladytalk and Silversigh (jazz choir)
 Tamara Korockin and Andreas Schönhage (piano duo)

2009

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The ceremonial opening of the music studio!
With lectures on “Creative piano playing for adults” by Gabriele Paqué
Kees Rosenhart (harpsichord)
 Andreas Bach (piano)