Hanna Weinmeister

Hanna Weinmeister

Violine

Since 1988 Hanna Weinmeister has been first concertmaster of the Zurich Opera Orchestra, and has a violin class at the Music and Theatre Hochschule in Bern. In high demand as a partner in chamber music, she has appeared with Heinrich Schiff, Heinz Holliger, Gidon Kremer, Alexander Lonquich and Alexey Lubimov among others. She is also a member of the Tetzlaff Quartet and the Weinmeister Trio.

 

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Prof. Patrick Jüdt

Prof. Patrick Jüdt

Viola
Patrick Jüdt is the professor of the viola, chamber music andcontemporary music in Bern University of Arts and Tutor of ECMA (EuropeanChamber Music Academy) and is the artistic director for the Bern ECMA Session. In 2016 he founded the unique string ensemble Le tre C' togetherwith Imke Frank and François Poly.

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Prof. Leonid Gorokhov

Prof. Leonid Gorokhov

Cello
One of the finest cellists of his generation, Leonid Gorokhov often returns to his roots to perform in his home city of St. Petersburg. He studied at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire with Anatoli Nikitin and took part in masterclasses with Daniil Shafran.

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Prof. Willem Brons

Prof. Willem Brons

Klavier
Prof. Willem Brons, aus Arnhem (Niederlande) gebürtig, studierte am Muzieklyceum in Amsterdam bei Karel Hilsum (Klavier) und bei Piet Kee (Orgel). Anschließend setzte er sein Studium am Konservatorium in Genf fort, wo er bei Louis Hiltbrand lernte, einem ehemaligen Assistenten und Freund von Dinu Lipatti. 1968 gewann er zwei Hauptpreise im Genf-Wettbewerb: den ,,Premier Prox avec Distinction“ und den „Prix Philipinetti à la Mémoire de Panderewsky“.

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Prof. Hatto Beyerle

Prof. Hatto Beyerle

Chamber Music
Prof. Hatto Beyerle was born in 1933 in Frankfurt am Main. He studied violin, viola, chamber music and conducting in Freiburg/Breisgau and Vienna. He has instigated and founded „Alban Berg Quartet“ and other chamber music groups.

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