Blubb blubb – abgetaucht!
Thu, Nov. 10, 2022, 9.30 am - 10.00 am
Music theatre pedagogue
Studies of orchestral music with main subject oboe at the Musikhochschule Saarbrücken, master studies of music mediation and concert pedagogy at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold, advanced training in musical-scenic interpretation with Rainer O. Brinkmann at the Staatsoper in Berlin
Relation tot he Hamburg State Opera:
Musical Theatre and Concert Pedagogue at the Hamburg State Opera since 2015
Oboist, music theatre pedagogue at the Saarländisches Staatstheater (2013 to 2015)
stage and costume designer
Integriertes Design (Diplom Designer), Hochschule für Künste Bremen
Stipendium der Deutsche Bank Stiftung „Akademie Musiktheater heute“ (2014-2016), erster Preis beim Bremer Design Preis der Petra und Dieter Freese Stiftung (2014), erster Preis beim Hochschulpreis der Hochschule für Künste Bremen (2014), Stipendiatin der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (2010- 2013)
„immer weiter“ (UA Hamburgische Staatsoper, 2017), „Get up! Stand Up!“ (Staatsschauspiel Dresden, 2017), „Herr Schwarz – Ordne und Finde“ (Diplom UA Hochschule für Künste Bremen, 2013)
Künstlerische Mitarbeiterin von Heike Scheele an der Hamburgischen Staatsoper, der Mailänder Scala und der Opera National de Paris (2016- 2018); feste Bühnenbildassistentin am Staatsschauspiel Dresden (2015-2017), Lehrbeauftragte an der Hochschule für Künste Bremen (2014 und 2015), Visual Arts Internship Hotel Pro Forma in Kopenhagen (2014)
Wolfgang Nägele, Gregor Horres, Uta Plate, Clara Pons, u. a.
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Liam James Karai
Nanjing University of the Arts (Percussion, Bachelor)
Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt, Weimar (orchestra and solo percussion, diploma)
Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Hamburg (multi-solo percussion, concert exam)
Marimba & Percussion, König der Löwen, Theater im Hafen, Hamburg (seit 2016)
Hamburgische Staatsoper, Opera stabile (Hamburg), Laeiszhalle (Hamburg), Elbphilharmonie, Ber-liner Philharmonie, Philharmonie de Paris, Barbican, BOZAR (Brussels), Kölner Philharmonie,
Wiener Konzerthaus, Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar, Weimarhallen, Stadthalle (Neumünster), Abrons Arts Center (New York), Rolf Liebermann Studio (Hamburg), Kampnagel (Hamburg), Re-sonanzraum (Hamburg), Forum der Hochschule für Musik und Theater (Hamburg), Hansa Theater (Hamburg), Monsun Theater (Hamburg), Theater Lüneburg, et al.
Cooperation with orchestras:
Hamburger Philharmoniker, Hamburger Symphoniker, NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester, Hamburger Camerata Staatskapelle Weimar, Lüneburg Theater Orchester, Shanghai Chinese Orchestra,
Neue Philharmonie Hamburg, et al.
Cooperation with conductors:
Kent Nagano, Simone Young, Tan Dun, Muhai Tang, Sir Jeffrey Tate, Thomas Hengelbrock, Syl-vain Cambreling, Alondra de la Parra, et al.
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
The Philharmonic State Orchestra is Hamburg’s largest and oldest orchestra, looking back on many years of musical history. When the “Philharmonic Orchestra” and the “Orchestra of the Hamburg Municipal Theatre” merged in 1934, two tradition-steeped orchestras combined. Philharmonic concerts have been performed in Hamburg since 1828, artists such as Clara Schumann, Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms being regular guests of the Philharmonic Society. The history of the opera company goes back even further: Hamburg has been home to musical theatre since 1678, even if a regular opera or theatre orchestra was only formed later. To this day, the Philharmonic State Orchestra has embodied the sound of the Hansa City, a concert and opera orchestra in one.
During its long history, the orchestra encountered great artist personalities. Apart from composers of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, such as Telemann, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Mahler, Prokofiev and Stravinsky, since the 20th century chief conductors such as Karl Muck, Joseph Keilberth, Eugen Jochum, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Horst Stein, Aldo Ceccato, Christoph von Dohnányi, Gerd Albrecht, Ingo Metzmacher and Simone Young have shaped the orchestra’s sound. Renowned conductors of the pre-war era such as Otto Klemperer, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Bruno Walter, Karl Böhm and Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt gave brilliant performances, as did outstanding conductors of our times: suffice it to mention Christian Thielemann, Semyon Bychkov, Kirill Petrenko, Sir Neville Marriner, Valery Gergiev and Sir Roger Norrington.
Starting with the 2015/2016 season, Kent Nagano has taken on the position of Hamburg’s General Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Philharmonic State Orchestra and the Hamburg State Opera. In his first season Kent Nagano initiated a new project, the Philharmonic Academy, focusing on experimentation and chamber music. In 2016 Nagano and the Philharmonic undertook a successful three-week concert tour in South America, a tour of Spain followed in 2019. Since 2017 Kent Nagano and the Philharmonic State Orchestra have continued the traditional Philharmonic Concerts at the new Elbphilharmonie, for which they commissioned Jörg Widmann to compose the oratorio ARCHE, which was given its world premiere during the hall’s opening festivities. The concert recording has been released at ECM.
The Philharmonic State Orchestra offers approximately 35 concerts per season and performs more than 240 performances per year at the Hamburg State Opera and the Hamburg Ballet John Neumeier, making it Hamburg’s busiest orchestra. The stylistic bandwidth covered by the 140 musicians, ranging from historically informed performance practice to contemporary works and including concert, opera and ballet repertoire, is unique throughout Germany. Chamber Music has a long tradition at the Philharmonic State Orchestra: what began in 1929 with a concert series for chamber orchestra has been continued since 1968 by a series of chamber music only.
In 2008 Simone Young and the Philharmonic State Orchestra won the Brahms Award of the Schleswig-Holstein Brahms Society. The orchestra has recorded the complete Ring by Wagner as well as the complete symphonies of Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner – the latter in the rarely-performed original versions – as well as works by Mahler, Hindemith and Berg, and has released DVDs of opera and ballet productions by Hosokawa, Offenbach, Reimann, Auerbach, J.S. Bach, Puccini, Poulenc and Weber.
The members of the Philharmonic State Orchestra feel equally beholden to Hamburg’s musical tradition and responsible for the city’s artistic future. Since 1978 the musicians have been participating in education programmes in Hamburg’s schools. Today, the orchestra maintains a broad education programme, including school and kindergarten visits, patronage for music projects, introductory events for children and family concerts. The orchestra’s own academy prepares young musicians for their professional careers. The Philharmonic’s musicians thereby make an equally enjoyable and valuable contribution to tomorrow’s music education in the music metropolis of Hamburg.
photo: Foto: Felix Broede