Lenau Neudauer to be Professor in Munich

September 2016 – Julia Fischer and Lena Neudauer performed on stage together as children. In their youth, they shared the path of the early soloist training. From autumn 2016 on, both child prodigies will teach together as professors at the Musikhochschule München. Until summer term 2016 Lena Neudauer taught at the Music High School Saar, where she started as a professor at the age of 26.

Matthias Kirschnereit at the Rheingau Music Festival

July 2016 – On the 9th of July, Matthias Kirschnereit gave a guest performance in a sold out hall in the Johannisberg castle. With a moderated concert he led the audience through a spread of personally selected compositions of Mendelssohn, Schubert via Debussy to Lachenmann and Ginastera. The concert was recorded by Hessischer Rundfunk and will be broadcast on the 6th of September 20:05 on hr2-Kultur.

Breslau at the Casals Festival

July 2016 – Under the auspices of Hartmut Rohde, the Breslau Chamber Orchestra Leopoldinum delivered a brilliant performance with varying programs and constellations at the Casals festival. Chamber music, compositions from Central Europe and a program “from Bach to Bernstein” as well as the cooperation with the young prize-winning cellist Edgar Moreau excitee the festival audience. The crowning finale of the three-day concert marathon was the open air concert in the Palace of Kings of Mallorca in Perpignan in front of 1000 guests.

5th Season Tidal concerts under Matthias Kirschnereit.

June 2016 – On the 24th of june the tidal concerts opened their season, which have developed into a festival tip under Matthias Kirschnereit. State prime Ministor Stephan Weil visited the opening concert of the Festival with Matthias Kirschnereit, Ingolf Turban and the Mendelssohn chamber Orchestra under Andreas Mitschke. This season Matthias Kirschnereit was able to win artists such as Elisabeth Leonskaja, the Academy for old music Berlin, Nils Mönkemeyer and Daniel Hope for a performance.

Matthias Kirschnereit can be experienced in performance multiple times – with Orchestra, as chamber musician and during piano-evenings.

Matthias Kirschnereit publishes Händel Vol.3

June 2016 – With the third CD of Händel’s organ concertos transposed for piano the production of this unusual project reaches its conclusion.

With the Cembalo concertos of J S Bach being part of the expected repertoire of world class pianists, the same principle has been proven to work with Händel. Matthias Kirschnereits transposition of the solo of Händel’s organ concerts to the modern piano has convinced audience and press alike. With 16 concertos on a total of 3CDs this sensational unheard edition has been completed.