Sunday, 02_07_2017 11_30 a.m. | Frasdorfer Niederalmen |

Auf da Oim

Dieses Jahr heißt es bereits zum sechsten Mal: die Münchner Philharmoniker spielen "Auf da Oim". Die Hütten der Frasdorfer Niederalmen werden zum Kammermusiksaal für Wander- und Musikbegeisterte.

Simon Fordham, violin

Beate Springorum, viola

Beate Springorum received her first instrumental instruction at the age of four on the violin. She initially trained as a violinist, then a few years later moved over to the viola. She rounded off her education in master classes with such prestigious...  more

Sissy Schmidhuber, cello

Sissy Schmidhuber was born in 1970 in Munich and received her first cello instruction at the age of seven. From 1983-87 she studied with Michael Hell, following which she began her studies at the Munich Music Academy, continuing her education in...  more

Michael Martin Kofler, flute

Michael Martin Kofler was born in the Southern Austrian city of Villach in 1966 and completed his flute studies with honors at the Vienna Music Academy as well as the Music Academy in Basel. While still a student, in 1987, he became solo flutist in...  more

Regine Kofler, harp

Born in Munich Regine Kofler studied with Ragnhild Kopp at her native city’s Richard Strauss Conservatoire and furthered her studies as a scholarship recipient of the City of Munich to study at the Conservatoire National de Region Bordeaux with Marie...  more

Matthias Ambrosius, clarinet

Matthias Ambrosius was born in 1975 in Bernkastel-Kues and grew up in Wittlich-Lüxem. From 1993 to 1998 he was a saxophonist in the German Federal Youth Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Peter Herbolzheimerr. As a pianist, he won the first prize...  more

Katharina Schmitz, violin

Born in 1971 in Lichtenstein, Saxony, Katharina Schmitz received her first violin instruction at the age of five in Berlin. There she attended the "Hanns Eisler" Special School of Music starting in 1983, following which she attended the Music Academy...  more

Burkhard Sigl, viola

Burkhard Sigl comes from a musical family and had already begun playing the violin at the age of five. He completed his viola studies with honors at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and was promptly invited to join the faculty there. Besides a number of...  more

Elke Funk-Hoever, cello

Elke Funk-Hoever was born in 1966 in Esslingen. After secondary school, she studied violoncello at the Music Academy in nearby Stuttgart with Rudolf Gleisner, at the Arts Academy in Berlin with Wolfgang Boettcher and at the Juilliard School of Music...  more

Chiemseer Musikanten

Martin Fogt, speaker

Martin Fogt wurde in München geboren und studierte an der dortigen Musikhochschule Gesang, Musikpädagogik und Regie und anschließend Musikwissenschaft, Musikpädagogik und Kunstgeschichte an den Universitäten München und Augsburg. Seit 1985 ist er...  more

Philharmonic String Quartet

Bernhard Metz, violin

Bernhard Metz was born in Saarbrücken and took his first violin lessons at the Pflüger Foundation, headed by Wolfgang Marschner, in Freiburg. While still in secondary school, he also studied with Roman Nodel in Mannheim and Rainer Kussmaul in...  more

Clément Courtin, violin

Born in the French city of Lille, the musician began playing the violin at the age of eight; from 1995 to 1997 he studied in Paris with Suzanne Gessner. After that Clément Courtin joined Igor Oistrakh's class in Brussels, where, after studying for...  more

Konstantin Sellheim, viola

Konstantin Sellheim is among the most sought-after instrumentalists of his generation. After studying violin with Prof. Atila Aydintan at Hannover University of Music and Theatre, in 1996 he began viola studies with Volker Worlitzsch from the...  more

Manuel von der Nahmer, cello

A native of Wuppertal, the musician took his first cello lessons at the age of nine. After winning three federal prizes at the "Jugend musiziert" competition and first prize at the international "Charles Hennen" Chamber Music Competition in the...  more