Double bass · co-principal
Juliane Bruckmann has been a member of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen since 2017. She is also a welcome guest member of orchestras such as the Estonian Festival Orchestra, the Basel Kammerorchester, the Ensemble Resonanz, Les Siècles, Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra and Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra.
This double bass player is also an active chamber musician. As a member of the Franz Ensemble, which was awarded an Opus Klassik in 2020, she has played at such renowned festivals as Musikfest Bremen, the Gezeiten Konzerte in East Friesland and the Kissinger Summer.
As a junior student, Juliane Bruckmann was taught by Gottfried Engels in Cologne and continued her studies with Bozo Paradžik in Freiburg, with Dane Roberts in Frankfurt and Joёlle Morton in Toronto. During her studies, Juliane was a scholarship holder of both the German National Academic Foundation and of Live Music Now – the organisation founded by Yehudi Menuhin. She was also a member of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie and an intern with the SWR Sinfonieorchester. Particularly close to her heart is her educational work in the field of music. She is a founding member of the German educational working group PAK Deutschland e.V. and co-designer of many of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen’s collaborative projects with the Bremen Ost Comprehensive School.
Juliane Bruckmann likes to spend her music-free time with friends enjoying nature, hiking or on skates.