This month we had the pleasure of a two time visit to Allgaeu in southern germany presenting septets from Beethoven, Blanc und Berwald. Many miles by train, heroic walks through the snow – featuring superhero Charlotte on crutches and the big finale: A concert back on home turf in Berlin. Without any snow but with as much excitement.
Unfortunately the redesign of our website opened a mysterious case of missing news. Our news feed from 2009 to 2019 got lost but our PIs are on the case and we hope to soon to be able to present the full history of “Berolina Ensemble” again.
It was an extraordinary pleasure: Berolina Ensemble was asked to give three performances as ensemble in residence at the MoselMusikFestival. Three very different locations allowed us to show a variety of unknown pieces. A concert wrapped around the love story between Jenny and Karl Marx. Presented in production facilities of the Natus GmbH. A total different approach was our concert…
Ein zweiter ECHO Klassik für die Einspielung der Kammermusik vom Hugo Kaun in der Kategorie “Kammermusikeinspielung (Musik 19. Jh.)/gem. Ensemble”! Welch eine Ehre! Die Gala im Konzerthaus in Berlin war wundervoll…
We had the great honor to be awarded with the “ECHO Klassik” for “Ensemble of the year 2014”. We are extremely happy about beeing rewarded for our first CD at Dabringhaus and Grimm featuring chamber music by Heinricht Hofmann.
Waltershausen – An anniversary concert during the “Thüringer Orgelsommer” with the Samuel Kummer, organist at the Dresden Frauenkirche.
Our debut concert with one of the most beautiful pieces in chamber music: The quintet for clarinet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Clarinetist Friederike Roth and violinist Geiger David Gorol brainstorm ideas for a chamber music ensemble right in the heart of Berlin, naming it after it’s patron “Berolina”. A high variety of concerts with various line ups playing popular as well as newly discovered pieces.