• Fri. 26.02.
  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die ›Kammer-Philharmonie‹
    ·Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost
  • Concert cancelled

Works by Haydn and Prokofiev

1st Chamber concert

Programme

    • Joseph Haydn (arr. Rodrigo Blumenstock) (1732–1809)
    • Songs from Hob. XXVIa for Oboe, clarinet, violin, viola and contra bass
    • Sergej Prokofiev (1891–1953)
    • Quintet in G minor op. 39

Viola

Friederike Latzko

During her school days Friederike Latzko was a junior student at the University of Music in Cologne, where she received intensive chamber music lessons from the Amadeus Quartet. After earning her university entrance qualification, she changed to the University of the Arts in Berlin, where she gained further ensemble experience in all of the major West Berlin orchestras. She was a DAAD and Herbert von Karajan Foundation scholarship holder, associate teacher and lecturer with the German National Youth Orchestra and the Young German Philharmonic, as well as chamber music partner to renowned soloists.

In 1980, Friederike founded The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen together with like-minded fellow students – at first under the name ›Chamber Orchestra of the Young German Philharmonic‹, then later from 1987 in Frankfurt ›Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie‹. In the meantime, she has been a solo violist and dedicated music teacher here for over 30 years.

With Mark Scheibe, she created the ›Melody for Life‹ and with Rodrigo Blumenstock, Stefan Latzko and Gunther Schwiddessen the orchestra project ›Sinfonia Concertante‹, in which members of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen play alongside dedicated amateurs.

Friederike Latzko has two grown-up children and spends any spare time in her studio painting and working on her next exhibition.

Double bass

Juliane Bruckmann

Juliane Bruckmann was accepted as a young student at the University for Music and Dance in Cologne, initially with Prof. Gottfried Engels. After gaining her university entrance qualification she switched to the University of Music in Freiburg and continued her studies under Prof. Bozo Paradzik. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in summer 2016 and is currently working for her Master’s degree. She received further important musical input by attending masterclasses with, among others, Prof. Dorin Marc, Prof. Janne Saksala, Prof. Esko Laine and Prof. Christine Hoock. Juliane Bruckmann is a scholarship holder of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Association, Freiburg.

Orchestral playing always has been and still is her passion. She was a long-standing member of the Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie and of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, and regularly played in the SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg. Juliane has been a member of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen since 2016.

Clarinet

Maximilian Krome

Maximilian Krome has played the clarinet with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen since April 2014. He was born in Höxter, North Rhine-Westphalia in 1988 and studied with Prof. Martin Spangenberg at The Liszt School of Music in Weimar, where he gained an Artistic Diploma in June 2012. During this time he had a scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation.

He is a multiple prizewinner in national competitions as well as at the Tunbridge Wells International Young Concert Artists Competition in England. As a scholar of the Jürgen Ponto Foundation and the German Foundation for Musical Life, he played solo engagements at the opening of the Schwetzingen Mozart Festival, the Essen Philharmonic, the Margravial Opera House of Bayreuth and in Switzerland.

His concert activities focus on performances with various chamber music ensembles, with appearances, for example, at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the international music festival The Next Generation at the Harenberg-Center Dortmund, the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, the Cologne Philharmonic and at the invitation of the Academy of St.Martin-In-The-Fields in London.

From 2012-2014, Maximilian Krome was Academist of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich.

Today, he regularly plays as a guest with the Chamber Academy Potsdam, the Camerata Bern and the Frankfurt Opera and Museum Orchestra.

Violin

Emma Yoon

Emma Yoon, born in South Korea, began learning the violin at the age of 5 in New Zealand. She was a junior student at the Pettman Junior Academy under Stephen Larsen, before gaining her Bachelor of Music at the University of Canterbury (NZ). In 2016, she graduated as a student of Professor Elisabeth Kufferath with a Master of Music from the University for Music, Drama and Media in Hanover and qualified for the post-graduate solo class. Emma Yoon has been a prizewinner in national competitions in New Zealand and was awarded the ROSL Arts/Pettman Scholarship. She has participated in numerous masterclasses and has performed solo and in chamber music ensembles in Europe, the US and New Zealand. In 2015/16, Emma won an internship with the NDR Radiophilharmonie Orchestra.

Oboe

Rodrigo Blumenstock

Viola

Friederike Latzko

During her school days Friederike Latzko was a junior student at the University of Music in Cologne, where she received intensive chamber music lessons from the Amadeus Quartet. After earning her university entrance qualification, she changed to the University of the Arts in Berlin, where she gained further ensemble experience in all of the major West Berlin orchestras. She was a DAAD and Herbert von Karajan Foundation scholarship holder, associate teacher and lecturer with the German National Youth Orchestra and the Young German Philharmonic, as well as chamber music partner to renowned soloists.

In 1980, Friederike founded The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen together with like-minded fellow students – at first under the name ›Chamber Orchestra of the Young German Philharmonic‹, then later from 1987 in Frankfurt ›Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie‹. In the meantime, she has been a solo violist and dedicated music teacher here for over 30 years.

With Mark Scheibe, she created the ›Melody for Life‹ and with Rodrigo Blumenstock, Stefan Latzko and Gunther Schwiddessen the orchestra project ›Sinfonia Concertante‹, in which members of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen play alongside dedicated amateurs.

Friederike Latzko has two grown-up children and spends any spare time in her studio painting and working on her next exhibition.

Clarinet

Maximilian Krome

Maximilian Krome has played the clarinet with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen since April 2014. He was born in Höxter, North Rhine-Westphalia in 1988 and studied with Prof. Martin Spangenberg at The Liszt School of Music in Weimar, where he gained an Artistic Diploma in June 2012. During this time he had a scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation.

He is a multiple prizewinner in national competitions as well as at the Tunbridge Wells International Young Concert Artists Competition in England. As a scholar of the Jürgen Ponto Foundation and the German Foundation for Musical Life, he played solo engagements at the opening of the Schwetzingen Mozart Festival, the Essen Philharmonic, the Margravial Opera House of Bayreuth and in Switzerland.

His concert activities focus on performances with various chamber music ensembles, with appearances, for example, at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the international music festival The Next Generation at the Harenberg-Center Dortmund, the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, the Cologne Philharmonic and at the invitation of the Academy of St.Martin-In-The-Fields in London.

From 2012-2014, Maximilian Krome was Academist of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich.

Today, he regularly plays as a guest with the Chamber Academy Potsdam, the Camerata Bern and the Frankfurt Opera and Museum Orchestra.

Oboe

Rodrigo Blumenstock