CELLO-ORCHESTra BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG 2019
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Early Bird Phase 3:
What To Expect
- Course for cello-orchestra (28.10. - 1.11.2019)
- Performing in the final concert with cello-orchestra (1.11.2018)
- Access to listen to all master classes given during the course of the academy
- Very discounted admission to the concerts during the rehearsal days
- Exclusive festival tickets for visiting all concerts
- Sheet music including playalongs for preparation about 6 weeks before the beginning of the course
- Music fair with luthiers and manufacturers for accessories on 28.10.2019
- Daily lunch
The cello orchestra Baden-Württemberg will once again be part of the Cello Akademie Rutesheim in 2018 and will present itself after 5 days of rehearsal on November 2nd at 8 pm in our concert hall (Halle Bühl 2) with the usual impressive sound of over 100 cellos.
The cellist Gunther Tiedemann will again be tutor of the cello-orchestra this year – with experience and a good dose of nonchalance.
Every cellist is welcome, from beginner to prize winner, from the little cello-elf to the cello enthusiast in the retirement age.
This year the rehearsal-times are knowingly chosen in order to guarantee every participant to both listen to the master classes and the concerts in the evening. The fee for visiting the master classes is included into your course fee.
Tutor of the CELLO-ORCHESTra
University for Music and Dance Cologne
Gunther Tiedemann is a cellist, composer, arranger, ensemble director, lecturer, author and producer. With his ensembles STRING THING, Gunther Tiedemann - David Plate Duo and KREUZÜBER BACH he produced CDs and is a musician involved in numerous music, radio and TV productions.
Concerts led him through Europe, USA, West Africa and Pakistan. He has worked with the Cologne String Big Band, the Chamber Orchestra of Groove, the National Symphony Orchestra Ghana, the Deutsche Streicherphilharmonie, the Jenaer Philharmonie and with such diverse musicians as Markus Stockhausen, Ernst Reijseger, José Feliciano, Nelly Furtado and many others. He also publishes articles on the subject of strings and popular music and gives courses for universities, associations, national academies and music councils, schools and music schools.
He conducts annual CELLOVERSUM projects with Ulrike Tiedemann at the Rheinische Musikschule Köln and has a teaching assignment for string big band, pop chamber music, ensemble coaching and more at the University of Music and Dance Cologne.