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German Echeverri Chamorro, baroque violin and viola

German Echeverri Chamorro
Foto: Susanna Drescher

German Echeverri Chamorro was born in Vienna in 1986.

He completed the Superior Studies of Violin in ESMuC Conservatory (Barcelona) with Raquel Castro obtaining his Diploma in 2008. His interest in the Early Music field led him to take lessons of Baroque violin with Pablo Valetti at the same time.
 Once he finished his Diploma, he decided to specialize in baroque violin, taking lessons another year with Pablo Valetti and pursuing one year under the Erasmus Programme in the Schola Cantorum in Basle (Switzerland) with David Plantier.

German Echeverri finished a Master’s in baroque violin at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Prof. Amandine Beyer 2012.
German Echeverri has played in several baroque ensembles and orchestras so far, including El Concierto Español, l'Arte del Mondo, Capriccio Basel, les Vespres d'Arnadí, La Cetra Barockorchester, Gli Incogniti, il Profondo, etc. and has participated in orchestral academies like JONDE (Joven Orquesta Nacional de España) and l’Académie baroque européenne d'Ambronay (dir. Hervé Niquet).

Karoline Echeverri Klemm, baroque violin

Karoline Echeverri Klemm
Foto: Susanna Drescher

Karoline Echeverri Klemm was born in Schlema (Germany) in 1984. She received her first violin lessons at the Heinrich-Schütz-Konservatorium in Dresden.  
From 2004 to 2009 she studied violin and music pedagogy at the Hochschule für Musik Köln/Wuppertal with Ulrike Nahmmacher, and under the Erasmus Programme in 2007/2008 at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya in Barcelona (modern violin with Prof. Agustín León Ara and baroque violin with Prof. Emilio Moreno). 

Karoline Echeverri Klemm's interest in historical performance practice dates back to the beginning of her studies, when she took lessons in baroque violin with Prof. Richard Gwilt at the Musikhochschule in Köln. She received her diploma in 2009.

Karoline Echeverri Klemm finished her Master's in baroque violin with Prof. Chiara Banchini, Leila Schayegh and Amandine Beyer at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in 2012.

She has undertaken masterclasses with Elizabeth Wallfisch, Enrico Onofri, and Ingeborg Scheerer, among others.
 Karoline Echeverri Klemm is a member of several orchestras and baroque ensembles, including Zürcher Barockorchester, Capriccio Basel, Vespres d’Arnadí, la Cetra, Concerto español, Batzdorfer Hofkapelle and l'arte del mondo (CD productions include Kraus arias and Stamitz symphonies).

Annekatrin Beller, baroque cello

Annekatrin Beller
Foto: Susanna Drescher

Annekatrin Beller started playing the cello at the age of 11. She has studied music history, German language and literature studies, and philosophy in Freiburg im Breisgau, and violoncello with Martin Ostertag in Karlsruhe, completing her studies in 2009 with distinction.  After this studies she studied with Christophe Coin and Petr Skalka Barockcello at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel. She has attendent masterclasses with Phoebe Carrai, Kristin von der Goltz, Jaap ter Linden and Balasz Maté.

Annekatrin Beller works as a freelance cellist in Freiburg and plays with ensembles such as the Norsk Barokkorkester (Oslo), L´arpa festante München, Capriccio Basel, das Neue Orchester Köln and Cappella Gabetta.
Since 2010 she has been concentrating on her own ensemble Chapelle de la Vigne.

Daniela Niedhammer, harpsichord and organ

Daniela Niedhammer
Foto: Susanna Drescher

Born in Munich, the harpsichordist and organist Daniela Niedhammer had her first organ lesson at the age of 10. Soon in her career she won a German federal competition for young musicians, „Jugend Musiziert“. After taking private lessons with Prof. Franz Lehrndorfer she started her study of churchmusic at the School for Music and Drama in Munich. There she studied in the organ class of Edgar Krapp, from which she graduated with distinction in 2008. In the same period of time she studied harpsichord with Christine Schornsheim and took lessons with Andreas Staier. In addition she received a Masters degree in Harpsichord/ Thorough-bass at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in her studies with Jesper Christensen and Andrea Marcon 2011-2012. At the moment she is doing an early music organ Master with Lorenzo Ghielmi at the same school.
She was invited to do the correpetition on the harpsichord at the ARD-Wettbewerb 2010. As well she is doing correpetition for the „Early Music“ summer academy in Neuburg a. d. Donau/ Germany and worked for the young opera Stuttgart, with the Bachchoir München, the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie conducted by Ivor Bolton and the Akademie des Bayerischen Rundfunksymphonieorchesters conducted by Mariss Jansons recently.


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