SRF2 Kultur (CH): Classical & Jazz Talents: Lucerne Festival: Debut Lea Sobbe

16. September 2021

We (almost) all know how a recorder works. And yet we are amazed when we listen to the recorder player Lea Sobbe playing. Because it can do what only a few can: make your instrument fly. The musician, who was born in Trier in 1994 but currently lives in Basel, is so convincing with her playing that she has already received numerous awards, including the renowned “Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes” at the Lucerne Festival.
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Neuss (D): Opening concert “Days of Church Music” Neuss

12. September 2021

Organ concert for the opening of the 8th Church Music Days in the Rhein-Kreis Neuss district dean.
Organ: Nikodem Chronz

12.09.2021, 15 Uhr


Dorotheé Hahne: Gestern – Heute – Morgen
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Reflection and confidence: “Organ music in times of Corona”.

The German Music Council, together with the German Bishops’ Conference and the Evangelical Church in Germany to carry out the project “Organ Music in Times of Corona.” The project is a contribution to the “Year of the Organ,” which the state music councils have proclaimed for 2021. The project produced 17 compositions for organ that artistically reflect the Corona period in an artistic way. In the fall of 2021, these organ works will be performed in numerous concerts and church services. In this way, musical life will be actively and to encourage the listeners to deal with the experiences of the pandemic experiences. The project will conclude with a finissage concert on Nov. 21 2021, at which all 17 compositions will be performed together. The project is supported funded by the Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
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Lucerne (CH): Debut Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes – Lea Sobbe

17. August 2021

Lea Sobbe | Halldór Bjarki Arnarson

Lea Sobbe  – Blockflöte
Halldór Bjarki Arnarson  – Cembalo
Martin Reck – Electronics

Is the recorder confined solely to the realm of early music? Lea Sobbe, who was born in Trier in 1994 and is currently completing her master’s degree at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, showed this to definitively not be the case at the 2021 Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes, winning the coveted CHF 25,000 prize for young musicians as well as the opportunity to appear at Lucerne Festival in a Debut recital. She will experiment with different types of recorders, from the Middle Ages to modern models, and explore the question of how much repetition is needed to achieve complete musical freedom, pleasure, and joy in playing. Sobbe will combine contemporary pieces with live electronics in a program of improvisations and early Baroque repertoire, which she performs with her chamber music partner on harpsichord, the Icelander Halldór Bjarki Arnarson. “Magnificent, daring, beautiful, flowing, touching,” remarked Noémi L. Robidas, jury chair of the 2021 Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes, describing her impression of Lea Sobbe’s playing and program conceptualization.

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Dartington (UK): Pleasures and Passions – Jill Kemp

3. August 2021

Jill Kemp – recorder

Concert programme:

Hildegard von Bingen O Ecclesia (Sequence dedicated to St Ursula)
Dorothée Hahne        Commentari III 
JS Bach                     Sarabande and Gigue from Suite No 2 in D minor BWV 1008
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Seoul (KR): Graduation Concert – Sarah Cho

4. Mai 2021

Graduation concert Sarah Cho (Kyuri Kim)


Tre fontane (mit Djembe)
J. S. Bach: Sonata in g minor BWV 1020
J. M. Hotteterre:  Premier Livre Op. 5 No.2
William Babell:  Concerto in D
D. Hahne: commentari III
Sarah Cho, recorder

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Hitzacker (D): 75. Sommerliche Musiktage Hitzacker – Max Volbers

9. August 2020

Maximilian Volbers, Foto: Andre Hinderlich  / Deutscher Musikwettbewerb

elf nach elf

Musical reading

Udo Samel (recitation)
Elisabeth Wirth &
Maximilian Volbers (recorder)

Programm (a.o.)

Dorothée Hahne – commentari III

für Soprano recorder (& renaissance recorder) & playback tape [2000]

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Lübben: Schloss Neuhaus – CasaNova – Klanginstallation Sagenhaft

25. Juli 2020bis26. Juli 2020

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Klanginstallation von Dorothée Hahne

Bedingt durch die zunehmende Digitalisierung wird immer mehr gespeichert, nichts wird mehr vergessen. Aber was bleibt in und um uns haften, von dem was wir sagen und in die Welt geben?

Dorothée Hahnes Klanginstallation Sagenhaft macht das erfahrbar.

Umgesetzt durch ein Computerprogramm werden alle Worte, Klänge und Geräusche der Installationsbesucher zeitversetzt wieder in den Raum eingespielt.
Und dann überlässt der Ort sie dem Gesetz der Resonanz, dem Spiel des Lebens: Wie wirkt das eben Geschehene und was bewirkt es? Ist das eigene Echo vertraut oder fremd?
Was auch immer die Menschen sagen – die Worte vergehen, aber die Energie bleibt.

Wir speichern mit Sicherheit nichts, aber alles Gesagte bleibt in jedem Fall haften – Sagenhaft.

Ort: Schloß Neuhaus, Am Neuhaus 7, 15907 Lübben  25. – 26. Juli 2020

Die Klanginstallation findet statt beim KulturSchlagLicht CasaNova 2020.
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Essen: Oberlinger/Kofler

17. Juni 2020



Johann Sebastian Bach
Sinfonia aus der Kantate “Wir danken dir Gott, wir danken dir”, BWV 29
(bearbeitet von Harald Feller für Orgel)
Hildegard von Bingen
Antiphon “O ecclesia”
Dorothée Hahne
“Commentari III” für Blockflöten und Elektronik


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