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Chamber music workshop 2019
July 1. - 6., 2019, Thüringer Landesmusikakademie

You’ve been practising your instruments for a few years and would now like to play with others?

JukaBB offers workshops in chamber music to enthusiastic young musicians.
If you have previously been part of an orchestra, you will find that chamber music is intensive, challenging, and engrossing in a slightly different way compared to an orchestra, but your orchestral play will definitely benefit from your experience in chamber music. Perhaps you’d like to play a Brahms piano quintet but don’t know anybody to play it with? No problem. Apply as an individual and we will find suitable people for you to play with! You can also apply with your regular duet partner, and existing ensembles are always welcome too!
There are lots of different ways of getting involved with JukaBB, so if you have any questions, just send an email to info@jukabb.de.

Let's try Chamber Music!

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Dear music tutors,

... this project is aimed at young instrumentalists aged 12-26. We recommend that participants prepare their individual parts in advance so that during the workshop they can focus on playing as an ensemble and really get the most out of their rehearsals. It would be great if this project could be an extra motivator for the music tuition and we would like to thank you for your support!

Contact us JukaBB - Jugend-Kammermusik Berlin Brandenburg

c/o Mika Yonezawa // Memlingstr. 4 // D - 12203 Berlin
0172 - 78 29 587
info@jukabb.de
www.jukabb.de
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5. CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG INSTRUMENTALISTS

1 March 2019 APPLICATIONS CLOSE
15 March FIRST RECITAL AND FIRST MEETING
6pm
15 - 16 June PRE-WORKSHOP REHEARSALS
Canisius-Kolleg // Tiergartenstraße 30-31, D - 10785 Berlin
1 - 6 July WORKSHOP
Thuringia Academy of Music // Lohberg 11, D - 99706 Sondershausen
 
CONCERTS
5 FebruarY OPENING CONCERTS for the 25th anniversary of the twinning of Berlin and Tokyo
Japanese Embassy // Hiroshimastraße, D - 10785 Berlin
11 February CHOIR WORLDWIDE - 2019 INTERNATIONAL YOUTH ARTS FESTIVAL
Französischer Dom // Gendarmenmarkt, D - 10117 Berlin
7 pm
2 June JUKABB - CONCERT
Laurentiushalle in the Anhaltische Diakonissenanstalt // Gropiusallee 5, D - 06846 Dessau
5 July PUBLIC RECITAL
Thuringia Academy of Music // Lohberg 11, D - 99706 Sondershausen
4 pm and 7 pm
6 July WORKSHOP FINAL CONCERT
Ölbergkirche // Paul- Lincke-Ufer 29, D - 10999 Berlin
4 pm
11 August CHAMBER MUSIC MATINEE
Schloss Reichenow // Neue Dorfstraße 1, D - 15345 Reichenow-Möglin
11 am
7 October JUKABBCONCERT (as part of JukaBB on tour 6-8 October)
Auditorium F. Floyen // Hasselt (Belgium)

CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION

Young instrumentalists aged 12 – 25 Instruments: strings, woodwind, piano, guitar Workshop fee EUR 250,- includes accommodation, meals and transport to and from workshop location from Berlin. When submitting an application we ask for a deposit of EUR 30,00 which unfortunately cannot be reimbursed.

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4TH CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG INSTRUMENTALISTS

JukaBB Award 2018 for ensemble with best performance in workshop final concert
 
Recipients:Kei Kashiwabara (violin)
Stephan Gottschall (piano)
Mildred Scholz (flute)

 
 
 
#01 Nino Rota: trio for flute, violin and piano
1st movement Allegro ma non troppo
Publikumspreis 2018
Audience Award 2018

AUDIENCE AWARD 2018

JukaBB Award 2018
 
Recipients:Lucilla Rudolph (clarinet)
Rosalie Rudolph (soprano saxophone)
Kunibert Rudolph (baritone saxophone)
 
 

3RD CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG INSTRUMENTALISTS

JukaBB Award 2017 for ensemble with best performance in workshop final concert
 
Recipients:Clara Schuricht (French horn)
Lissa Carnarius (violin)
Alexander Argirov (piano)

 
 
 
#01 trio for horn, violin and piano E-Flat major, op. 40: III. Adagio mesto 7:2310:41

2ND CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG INSTRUMENTALISTS

JukaBB Award 2016 for ensemble with best performance in workshop final concert
 
Recipients:Lissa Carnarius (violin)
Valeria Grosch (cello)
Maria Carnarius (piano)

 
 
 
#01 trio for violin, cello and piano e minor, op. 67: IV. Allegretto10:41

1ST CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG INSTRUMENTALISTS

JukaBB Award 2015 for ensemble with best performance in workshop final concert
 
Recipients:Marika Ikeya (violin)
Karoline Eckardt (viola)
Mirijam Korsowsky (cello)
Maria Carnarius (piano)
 
 
#01 piano quartet E-flat major, op. 47: III. Andante cantabile5:47
#02 piano quartet E-flat major, op. 47: IV. Finale. Vivace8:22
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4TH CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP 2018:

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Portrait Mika YonezawaMika Yonezawa (violin, viola, musical director)
After studying at university in Tokyo, Mika graduated with the diploma “Konzertexamen” at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin with Werner Scholz. She has been the Assistant Concert Master at the Komische Oper Berlin since 1993. Her other roles include violinist in the artenius trio and musical director of the baroque ensemble “La Cappricciosa”.
Mika regularly performs in solo and chamber music concerts nationwide.
www.mika-yonezawa.com

Portrait Sibylle KönigSibylle König (cello)
Sibylle graduated with the diploma „Konzertexamen“ at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin and at the Hanns Eisler School of Music in 1997. She received various scholarships and funding from Radio Free Berlin, as well as from the “Live Music Now” foundation under patronage of Yehudi Menuhin, and the scholar foundation of the Bayreuth Festival. She is member of the German Chamber Orchestra of Berlin. Sibylle regularly tutors in several workshops and courses, including the Bundesmusikwoche 50PLUS and has been part of various juries in music competitions.

Portrait Kleif CarnariusProf. Kleif Carnarius (cello)
After graduation at the University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar with Lieselotte Pieper, Kleif took on role of Arts Assistant at University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar. He was a member of the Nasdala quartet in 1978 – 1988. As part of the quartet he won prizes in Evian (1983), at the Maria-Canals competition in Barcelona (1986), and an award from the Brahms association Baden-Baden (1991). He was the first cellist in the New Berlin Chamber Orchestra 1989 – 1998 and has been the first cellist at the Komische Oper Berlin since 1989.
Kleif received a Mendelssohn scholarship in 1984. He is an honorary professor of cello at Hanns Eisler School of Music and is a member of the artenius trio and ENSEMBLE ARSIS.
He regularly performs in solo and chamber music concerts in Europe and Asia.

Portrait Ralf-Torsten ZichnerRalf-Torsten Zichner (piano)
After graduating from Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin with Prof. Hellmuth Nagel, Torsten received postgraduate education at Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw for two years with Prof. Annerose Schmidt. He received numerous awards and prizes at international piano competitions (including Viotti competition, Casagrande competition, Smetana competition). He teaches piano in Potsdam and Berlin, and often tutors in various workshops and courses in piano and chamber music at music schools throughout Germany. He regularly gives performances in Europe and Japan. He was awarded a scholarship from the Brandenburg Art prizes as part of piano duo TOKYO-BERLIN (Yui Yasuhara and Ralf-Torsten Zichner).
Torsten is often part of juries in various music competitions.

Portrait Norbert MöllerNorbert Möller (clarinet)
Norbert graduated from Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin with Ewald Koch. He is a clarinettist at Berlin Symphonic Orchestra and a clarinet soloist at the Berlin Konzerthausorchestra since 1982. He was member of the Berlin Wind Quintet for 20 years, with whom he has been awarded a prize by the ARD in Munich.
Norbert teaches at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin and at the secondary school Musikgymnasium C. Ph. E. Bach Berlin (clarinet, bass clarinet, chamber music, wind section rehearsals).

Portrait Eva BenekeEva Beneke (guitar)
Eva Beneke is a highly sought soloist, chamber music player, arranger and educator from Berlin. She received a diploma from the Berlin University of Arts with Prof. Martin Rennert, followed by a Konzertexamen with Prof. Thomas Müller-Pering in Weimar. As recipient of several prizes in international competitions she regularly performs in concerts worldwide. Since 2012 Eva Beneke teaches her own guitar class at the Saint Paul School of Music, Minnesota. In the same year she received a doctorate from the university of Southern California, Los Angeles.
www.evabeneke.com

Portrait Paul-Gregor StrakaPaul-Gregor Straka (bassoon)
Paul graduated from the Hanns Eisler School of Music with Prof. Luft and from the Berlin University of Arts with Prof. Hübner. He has been bassoonist at the Deutsche Oper Berlin since 2014, as well as bassoon soloist since 2018. He is member of various chamber music ensembles with concerts throughout Germany and Europe and teaches at the secondary school Musikgymnasium C. Ph. E. Bach in Berlin.


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Many children in Berlin / Brandenburg receive first instrumental lessons at the age of 5-6. After 5-8 years of patient learning and practising they are finally ready to participate in chamber music or an orchestra. This beautiful and fun part of learning an instrument is often made complicated due to the difficulty of organising available and suitable ensemble partners. Although youth orchestras are widely promoted and sponsored, opportunities for playing chamber music as a young musician in Berlin or Brandenburg are often lacking.
“Friends and Sponsors of Youth Chamber Music Berlin Brandenburg” is an association founded in March 2015 with the aim to organise and financially support chamber music projects for young instrumentalists. Through your membership you can support us financially and be involved in sponsoring chamber music opportunities for young musicians. The membership fee is currently EUR 5,- monthly (regular) or free (student or under 18). You can find our Articles of Association here.
There a many other ways for you to support us too, such as helping at events or in-kind donations. If supporting our project interests you, whether through your membership or a donation, please contact Mika Yonezawa via:

Freunde und Fördrer der Jugend-Kammermusik Berlin Brandenburg e.V.
Memlingstr.4
D - 12203 Berlin
info@jukabb.de // +49 172 - 78 29 587  (Ansprechpartnerin: Mika Yonezawa)

We can provide you with a donation receipt for any donations.

If you are interested in supporting our project, whether through your membership or a donation, please contact Mika Yonezawa via // info@jukabb.de // +49 172 - 78 29 587.

Donations account: Freunde und Förderer der Jugend Kammermusik Berlin Brandenburg e.V.
IBAN : DE26 1007 0124 0014 2687 00
BIC : DEUTDEDB101
Deutsche Bank

If you wish to receive a donation receipt, please send your name and address to info@jukabb.de.


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Applications close on 1 March 2019

Contact Juka BB - Jugend-Kammermusik Berlin Brandenburg

c/o Mika Yonezawa // Memlingstr. 4 // D - 12203 Berlin
+49 172 - 78 29 587
info@jukabb.de
www.jukabb.de
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