Angelika Grossmann-Kippenberg * 17. December 1955 † 19. July 2016
has passed away.
In her we have lost a cherished musician, who with her warmth and almost inexhaustible creativity was far more to us than just a colleague. She has helped to shape the destiny of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen as a member of the orchestra since 1987. We shall miss her deeply and hold her in fond memory. We extend our heartfelt condolences to her family.
With deepest sympathy musicians, directors and management of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
F.A.Z. Kammerphilharmonie Bremen: Rebellen im Kulturbetrieb
»In Bremen spielt eines der besten Orchester der Welt. Dahinter steckt ein besonderes Modell – mit Musikern in Doppelfunktion.« von Christian Müßgens
Including Schumann’s symphonies 1 and 3 performed by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. “The legacy of a new way forward [...] how Bremen’s Kammerphilharmonie has emerged as the ideal contemporary ambassador for Schumann’s symphonic repertoire.” Fono Forum
New on CD: Brahms' Hungarian Dances with highlights from the Schumann and Beethoven cycle
The latest CD from The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with its Artistic Director Paavo Järvi presents highlights from the highly acclaimed previously released Beethoven and Schumann recordings. These are accompanied by three encores as new recordings: the Hungarian Dances Nos. 1, 3 & 10 by Johannes Brahms.
»The Bremen Schumann is exciting, illuminating and rousing; in short, absolutely phenomenal.« (NDR Kultur) »This is the crispest, most essential and most intelligent Beethoven I`ve ever heard.« (Bayern 4 Klassik)