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Igor Stravinsky Septett für Klarinette, Horn, Fagott, Violine, Viola, Violoncello und Klavier
Erich Wolfgang Korngold Quintett für Klavier, zwei Violinen, Viola und Violoncello E-Dur op. 15
Hanns Eisler Septett Nr. 2 für Flöte, Klarinette, Fagott, zwei Violinen, Viola, Violoncello (Suite aus der Filmmusik zu “The Circus” von Charles Chaplin)
Werner Richard Heymann Medley mit seinen schönsten Melodien, zusammengestellt und bearbeitet von Tilmann Ritter
(mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Elisabeth Trautwein-Heymann)
Ulf-Dieter Schaaff - Flute
Ann-Kathrin Zacharias - Clarinet
Miriam Kofler - Bassoon
Anne Mentzen - Horn
Nadine Contini - Violin
Steffen Tast - Violin
Christoph Zander - Viola
Peter Albrecht - Violoncello
Anano Gokieli - Piano
A total of eight concerts in the RSB season 2020/2021, five of which are in the consecutive cycle in the spring of 2021, are dedicated to the music of the Russian cosmopolitan Igor Stravinsky.
Nadine Contini - Violin
Nadine Contini, principal second violin, has been a member of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin since March 2005.
She was born in 1979 in Saarbrücken and received her first violin lessons at the age of 5 years with Ms Christa Schmitt-Rink. Later she studied under Ulrieke Dierick. In 1996 she was admitted to the Pflüger-Stiftung Freiburg and the Spohr-Akademie for the promotion of highly gifted young violinists, where she was trained by Wolfgang Marschner and Ariane Mathäus. In 2000, she began her studies at the Musikhochschule “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin with Antje Weithaas, where she graduated with the concert exam of 2008. She attended master classes with Antje Weithaas, Wolfgang Marschner, Christian Tetzlaff, Guy Braunstein, and Boris Pergamenchikov.
Nadine Contini has won awards in numerous competitions: In 1998, she was awarded with the first “Young Musicians” federal prize. In addition, she received a second prize at the International Max Reger Competition and a special prize for the best interpretation of a solo work by Max Reger. In 2004, she won the competition of Ibolyka-Gyarfas-Stiftung. She was awarded with prizes for cultural promotion by the Casino Gesellschaft Saarbrücken and the Saarländischen Rundfunk. In addition, she was the prize winner and scholarship holder of the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.
As a soloist, she has performed with the Landesjugendorchester of Saarland, the Cairo Chamber Orchestra, the Cairo Opera Orchestra, the Deutsche Spohr Philharmonie, the Symphonieorchester des Saarländischen Rundfunks as part of the concerts of young artists, the Max Bruch Philharmonie and the Brandenburger Symphoniker.
Nadine Contini plays a violin made by master violinmaker Stefan-Peter Greiner from Bonn and is involved as a mentor in the orchestra academy of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin.
Steffen Tast - Violin
Steffen Tast was born in 1965 in Berlin.
After studying violin at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin in 1987, he became a member of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB). In the same year, his interest in contemporary music led him to the chamber ensemble “Kammerensemble Neue Musik” Berlin (KNM).
In recent years, he has been appearing increasingly as a conductor. Initially, the focus was on working with KNM Berlin. This was followed by invitations as a conductor with the Ensemble Oriol, the Kammerakademie Potsdam, the Ensemble Modern, and the Ensemble Ascolta Stuttgart. Since 2005 he has been regularly conducting chamber orchestra concerts with members of the RSB and their orchestra academy, and also symphony concerts as part of the family- and school student concerts of the orchestra since 2014. In his home village of Klein Leppin in north-western Brandenburg, he was one of the initiators of the project “Dorf macht Oper” (“Village makes opera”) in 2005 and has since been its musical director.
Steffen Tast is involved as mentor in the orchestra academy of the RSB.
Thu 18 March 2021 - 7.30 pm Theater im Delphi (former movie theatre Delphi)
- € 20
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Route directions & parking location
Theater im Delphi (ehem. Stummfilmkino Delphi)
Prenzlauer Allee/Ostseestraße 158/156/225
Prenzlauer Allee/Ostseestraße M2/M12/M13
Prenzlauer Allee S41/42 + 10 minutes walk
Parking for passenger motor vehicles
We recommend that you arrive by public transport as there are hardly any parking options on site.
The former silent film cinema Delphi is fully accessible via the rear entrance.
Coats can be handed in for a small fee at the cloakrooms in the entrance foyer.
There is no fixed dress code for concerts by the RSB. Depending on your taste and how you feel most comfortable, you can attend in suit or evening gown, or in jeans and a T-shirt, for example.
You can relax and enjoy your concert evening with a drink from the bar.