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Camerata Instrumentale Berlin
Camerata Instrumentale Berlin In 1991, young Berlin musicians formed the Camerata Instrumentale Berlin, in order to realize their own ideas of artistic work.
The ensemble was founded, dedicating themselves to different musical arts and forms. The main focus of their work consists of performances in mixed chamber music groups, as well as in areas of established orchestral forms and interpretations. Stylistic variety, a high level of musicality and a mature programming dramaturgy belong to the artistry of the musicians who capably carry over their fun to the audience.
The ensemble's repertoire ranges from music of the seventeenth/eighteenth centuries until modern. Their first concert took place with the Berlin Chamber choir in Potsdam's "Friedenskirche" church in 1992. Since then, the ensemble has given concerts throughout Germany, of which many performances were premieres of contemporary compositions as well as crossover projects.
The ensemble is also a well-sought out partner for choral symphonic and oratorio performances. Its first CD "Kabinettstücke" with chamber music of the young Magdeburg composer Thomas König, appeared in 1998 on the market. A few of their important and much-observed concert projects have been "Die Dimension der Stille" (The dimensions of stillness) for the sixtieth birthday of the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, "Ars Quitilinga" (a concerto for jazzband, organ, harp and chamber orchestra) from Thomas König, and Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari's great Art Nouvea oratorium "La Vita Nuova" with celebrated concerts in Berlin and at the international Chorin Music Summer Festival, the largest and renown music festival in Brandeburg.
The ensemble dedicates itself, with a special commitment, to musical literature that isn't heard so often on the concert podium. The musicians of the ensemble come from such renown orchestras as the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Komische Opera Orchestra, and the Rundfunk Symphony Orchestra or are active freelance musicians, soloists and/or teachers