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Teacher for cello, baroque cello and viola da gamba
for chrildren and adults

"Bringing a historical instrument to life, discovering its voice and bringing it into dialogue with other instruments is the greatest joy to me. I want to share this with my students by helping them to find their own individual voice on their instrument."

 

 

Education: Master and Bachelor Violoncello ( Early Music) in Bremen and Amsterdam, since 2019 Master Pedagogy/Viola da Gamba.

teaching concept

In her teaching concept, Konstanze attaches particular importance to holistic learning and experiencing music, instruments and the body through various learning fields. In addition to solid technique on the instrument, it is important to her to support her students (young to old) individually and to give insights into general music theory, ensemble playing and improvisation. 

 

Summary of teaching experience/qualifications:

  • Since 2022: Teacher for the minor subject baroque cello at the Conservatory for Catholic Church Music & Music Education Regensburg

  • Since 2019: private cello students in Bremen city, Mahndorf, Achim and Ottersberg

  • Member of the German Musicians Association (state association Bremen) 

  • 2017-2018: Early Music Education teacher at Lucky Beat Amsterdam

  • 2014-2017: teacher for cello and early music education at the music school Rothaus (Syke)

  • Since 2015: Lecturer on Gamba Consort courses on the island of Schiermonnikoog (next to Susanne Braumann and Walter Waidosch)

  • 2015-2016: Orchestra coach on the orchestra workshops of the Arndt-Gymnasium Berlin

  • 2011-2016: Teacher for ensemble playing and historical dance (beginners) on early music courses in Abbazia di Maguzzano (Italy) and at Rothenfels Castle

  • Since 2010: Teacher for children's orchestra at the music workshop at Jugendhof Vlotho

Contact

If you are interested, contact me and arrange a trial lesson (online lessons possible)

+49 (0) 176 61665202

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