• Thu. 10.02.
  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die ›Kammer-Philharmonie‹
    ·Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost
  • For this event the 2G plus rule applies

Works by Haydn and Toch

Chamber concert

Programme

    • Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
    • Wiener Hofball-Menuette Hob IX:11
    • Ernst Toch (1887–1964)
    • Tanzsuite op. 30

Flute

Bettina Wild

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.

Percussion

Jonas Krause

Violin

Konstanze Glander

Born in 1989 to a musical family on the outskirts of Berlin, Konstanze Glander began learning the violin at the age of 5. As well as being very musical in her youth, dance was also a strong influence and it was for this reason that, as far as her career aspirations were concerned, she was a ›late bloomer‹. It was eventually an opera production with the National Youth Orchestra which brought about the decisive change.

Konstanze Glander studied with Professor Axel Wilczok and Stefan Hempel at Rostock College of Music and Drama. For her final performance she played Mozart’s violin concerto with the North German Philharmonic of Rostock. She was also a member of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and dedicated herself during her studies to the music of the tango.

As a member of various ensembles, Konstanze Glander was able to amass a wealth of artistic experience and it was as an Academy Student at the Staatskapelle Berlin and Daniel Barenboim that she gained valuable insights into the behind-the-scenes world of opera, ballet and the concert hall. During her time with the English Baroque Soloists and the Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique in London, she was able to hone her Baroque and Classical technique. The direct collaboration with John Eliot Gardiner, who led the workshops and teaching sessions, was a unique experience.

Konstanze has been a permanent member of the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen since October 2018, where dance is still her greatest passion. When not performing, she loves walking in the countryside, good food and spending quality time with friends and family.

Viola

Barbara Linke-Holicka

The viola player Barbara Linke-Holicka was born in Prague in 1976. Initially a student at the Prague Conservatory, she later went on to study with Professor Kim Kashkashianan at the Hanns Eisler College of Music in Berlin, where she attained her degree with honours. She also completed a solo Performance Diploma with Wolfram Christ at the Freiburg College of Music.

Barbara Linke-Holicka played as one of the youngest members of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra under the direction of Claudio Abbado in 1993. She has been awarded several prizes and also a number of scholarship awards. During her time as an academy student at the opera house in Zurich she devoted much of her attention to historical performance practices, since which time she has continued to play baroque viola. She has performed as solo viola with the Camerata Academica Salzburg, the Czech Philharmonic, the National Theatre Mannheim and the State Opera Oldenburg. She has also been a member of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. Barbara Linke-Holicka is solo viola with the Ensemble Musica Assoluta in Hannover and has given frequent performances together with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen as part of its Chamber Music Series. The Czech-born viola player has lived with her family in Bremen since 2007.

Double bass

Juliane Bruckmann

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.

Flute

Bettina Wild

Percussion

Jonas Krause

Viola

Barbara Linke-Holicka

The viola player Barbara Linke-Holicka was born in Prague in 1976. Initially a student at the Prague Conservatory, she later went on to study with Professor Kim Kashkashianan at the Hanns Eisler College of Music in Berlin, where she attained her degree with honours. She also completed a solo Performance Diploma with Wolfram Christ at the Freiburg College of Music.

Barbara Linke-Holicka played as one of the youngest members of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra under the direction of Claudio Abbado in 1993. She has been awarded several prizes and also a number of scholarship awards. During her time as an academy student at the opera house in Zurich she devoted much of her attention to historical performance practices, since which time she has continued to play baroque viola. She has performed as solo viola with the Camerata Academica Salzburg, the Czech Philharmonic, the National Theatre Mannheim and the State Opera Oldenburg. She has also been a member of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. Barbara Linke-Holicka is solo viola with the Ensemble Musica Assoluta in Hannover and has given frequent performances together with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen as part of its Chamber Music Series. The Czech-born viola player has lived with her family in Bremen since 2007.