Partners & Sponsors 2023
Without the support of the city of Rutesheim the Academy would not be possible. The city offers us perfect venues for all courses, rehearsal locations and concerts.
The members of the non-profit association "Cello Akademie Rutesheim e.V." support all activities of Cello Akademie Rutesheim through their annual contributions.
Membership is possible from € 5 / month. All other information can be found here (in German).
Since the foundation of the academy in 2009 PM event service makes sure that the concert venue Halle Bühl II is turned into a concert hall with a wonderful atmosphere and their stage settings and light installations are always impressing.
Provision of Sheet music for our students
Bärenreiter has provided us with a large number of sheet music editions for our academy library, which is available to our students for their studies in Rutesheim. The selection is regularly supplemented by new publications.
Breitkopf & Härtel also provided us with a large number of sheet music for our library. In addition to important repertoire works for our students, there are also a variety of music education works that can be used by our prospective professionals as well as the amateurs of the cello-orchestra.
Ries & Erler has provided very special sheet music for our students: several great cello concertos in a version for cello quartet (including Lalo, Saint-Saëns, Schumann). These arrangements not only help with the performance when no orchestra is available, but also give the cellists a greater understanding of the important accompaniment parts of the concerts.
Edition Kunzelmann has provided us with a selection of its numerous cello editions including many works for cello ensemble.
Schott Music has provided us with a selection from their numerous editions for cello. This includes a lot of pedagogical material such as cello schools as well as popular works in an arrangement for cello ensemble.
Today, the Schott Music group of companies is one of the world's leading music and media publishers. With subsidiaries in ten countries, Schott is represented by its own companies in important international markets. The publishing house was founded in Mainz in 1770 by Bernhard Schott. The classical publishing of sheet music has long since been complemented by a wide range of products and services related to music.