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»Auf da Oim«

Die Hütten der Frasdorfer Niederalmen werden bei »Auf da Oim« zum Kammermusiksaal für Wander- und Musikbegeisterte. Rauchalm, Schmiedalm und Hofalm befinden sich oberhalb von Frasdorf in 950 m Höhe, sind ab Parkplatz Lederstube in etwa einer Stunde gut zu Fuß erreichbar und liegen eine gute halbe Stunde voneinander entfernt. Bitte rechnen Sie ausreichend Zeit für Anfahrt und evtl. Parkplatzsuche in Frasdorf ein. Zusätzliche Parkplätze stehen z.B. gegenüber der Kirche und am Rathaus zur Verfügung, der Weg verlängert sich damit um ca. 20 Minuten. Getränke stehen auf den Almen bereit, für Bewirtung sorgen die Hofalm und die Frasdorfer Hütte. Je nach Witterung denken Sie bitte an Kleidung zum Umziehen und gutes Schuhwerk. Die Almen sind auch mit Regenschirm gut zu erreichen.

Alexandra Gruber, Clarinet

Alexandra Gruber was born in Freudenstadt in the Black Forest. She studied the clarinet from 1994 to 1999 at the State Music Academy in Stuttgart and as early as this period also played regular performances with the Bachkollegium Stuttgart and the...  more

Johannes Hofbauer, Bassoon

Tobias Huber, Horn

Hornist Tobias Huber grew up in Zell in Switzerland. From 2005 to 2009 he studied at the Lucerne School of Music with Lukas Christinat and later at the Basel Academy of Music with Prof. Christian Lampert, where he completed his master’s degree with...  more

Asami Yamada, Violin

Born in Tokyo in 1988, Asami Yamada received her first violin lessons at the age of four. She was a student of Gérard Poulet, Oleh Krysa and Natsumi Tamai at the Tokyo University of Arts and received her Master’s degree in 2011 before joining the...  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

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

Couch Odette, Violin

Odette Couch began studying the violin at the age of seven. At eleven she was accepted as a junior student at the Amsterdam Music Academy. Starting in 1985, she continued her studies in Baltimore and New York. She was first a pupil and then an...  more

Julie Risbet, Viola

Viola player Julie Risbet studied with Jean Sulem at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris, where she graduated with honours in May 2008. Subsequently, she continued her studies with Hariolf Schlichtig at the Hochschule...  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

Floris Mijnders, Cello

Floris Mijnders began his cello studies at the age of eight and has studied with the renowned cello pedagogue Jean Decroos at the Royal conservatory of the Hague in the Netherlands, where he graduated in 1990. During his studies he has taken...  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

Shengni Guo, Bass

Born in 1983 in Shanghai, the double bassist started studying the violin at when she was only three. Seven years later, she discovered the double bass. She was taught from then on by Professor Jian Cao. At the tender age of eleven she gave her first...  more

Michael Leopold, Drums

Michael Leopold studied percussion under Prof Peter Sadlo at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich. In 2007 he won first prize at the national “Jugend musiziert” competition and in 2009 he received the cultural advancement award of his home...  more

Rudi Ritter, Zither

Siegi Götze, Speaker

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