Chamber concert Theater im Delphi
"Hymnus I" for violoncello, harp and timpani op. 96
Johann Sebastian Bach
“Ich habe genug” - Cantata No. 82, version for soprano and orchestra BWV 82a
"Hymnus II" for Violoncello and Contrabass
"Hymnus III" for violoncello, bassoon, harpsichord and bells (timpani) op. 98
Johann Sebastian Bach
“Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut” Cantata No. 199 for soprano, oboe, two violins, viola and basso continuo BWV 199
"Hymnus IV" for violoncello, double bass, bassoon, harp, harpsichord, timpani and bells op. 99
Marie Luise Werneburg
Marie Luise Werneburg - soprano
Soprano Marie Luise Werneburg grew up in a Dresden parsonage full of art, music and literature.
Already during her church music and voice studies in Dresden and Bremen, she specialized in the music of the 17th and 18th centuries, which is an expression of her passion and a home for her voice. Her musical center and constant challenge are the works of Heinrich Schütz and Johann Sebastian Bach.
Marie Luise performs worldwide as a soloist, working with the Bachstiftung St. Gallen/Ruedi Lutz, Nederlandse Bachvereniging/Shunske Sato, Bach Collegium Japan/Masaaki Suzuki, Stuttgarter Kammerchor/Frieder Bernius, Musica fiata/Roland Wilson, Continuu-m/Elina Albach and Weser Renaissance/Manfred Cordes.
Her growing discography also includes her own song projects; in 2021, for example, she realized the recording of songs by the Dresden composer Johann Gottlieb Naumann for cpo together with the Hammer pianist Sebastian Knebel.
Marie Luise lives with her husband and three children in Berlin, where she teaches at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music. She loves the designs of William Morris and the novels of Haruki Murakami, and reads poetry and fairy tales in various contexts.
Mariano Esteban Barco
Mariano Esteban Barco - Oboe
The Spanish oboist Mariano Esteban Barco was born in 1994 in the town of Calanda in the region of Aragón. At the age of ten, he became a junior student with Vicente Llimerá Dus and Miguel Enguidanos Tomas in Valencia. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid under Hansjörg Schellenberger and Víctor Ánchel.
Early on, Mariano Esteban Barco won first prizes at Spain’s national youth music competition. His most recent competition successes include participation in the semifinals of the 66th ARD International Music Competition in Munich in 2017 and 2nd prize at the VII. International Oboe Competition “Giuseppe Tomassini” in Italy.
He gained orchestral experience with the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, the European Youth Orchestra, the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and the West Eastern Divan Orchestra with Daniel Barenboim.
He moved to Germany to study with Gregor Witt, and a year later he received his first contract as principal oboist at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Since then he has played with renowned orchestras such as the Hamburg State Opera, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Israel Philarmonic, Staatskapelle Berlin and Konzerthaus Berlin.
As a soloist, Mariano Esteban Barco has appeared with the Valencia Symphony Orchestra, the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, the Rostov Symphony Orchestra (Russia), the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra and the Munich Chamber Orchestra. His debut at the Philharmonie Berlin with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester in the Mozart Concerto is worth mentioning.
Since April 2022 he has been principal oboist of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB). He is currently studying for a Master’s degree at the Hanns Eisler University of Music Berlin with Dominik Wollenweber and Viola Wilmsen.
Cembalo und Orgel
Radio broadcast Deutschlandfunk broadcast 14.05.2023, 9:15 p.m.
“Don Quixote” – An adventurous tale of heroes
Moderated rehearsal with Vladimir Jurowski
in cooperation with Südddeutsche Zeitung