The concert halls were closed down, but life with music didn't stop. We have used the break to get a deep insight in the orchestra’s heart, where Viola players sing in private, the jazz trumpet plays and Mozart’s piano concertos reveal their magic. We invite you to follow us on our quest!
Episode 6 - Aaron-Außenhofer Stilz, Soloposaune
Aaron Außenhofer-Stilz ist Soloposaunist im Gürzenich-Orchester. Zwischen zahlreichen Posaunen erzählt er von den Energieschüben der Musik Bachs, einem besonderen Konzert mit Mahlers Dritter und von Wagner in kurzen Hosen in Bayreuth.
Episode 5 - Saskia Kwast, Harp
Saskia Kwast play harp in the Guerzenich orchestra. Her harps waiting in the summer house in the garden she talks about arabic music, oriental dances and the energy of baroque music.
Episode 4 - Vincent Royer, Viola
Vincent Royer plays Viola. Just before the lockdown and the start of learning at home for his kids they looted a big sandstone. Learn what he’s doing now these days beside working on his compositions and practicing viola.
Episode 3 - Gerhard Dierig, Viola
Gerhard Dierig obviously not only plays the viola. He sings (not only) under the shower, and he still works on the musical piece he has heard as an unborn child.
Episode 2 - Diana Rohnfelder, Kontrafagott
Diana Rohnfelder play both bassoon and contrabassoon at the orchestra. She’s practicing for her examination concert and invites us to listen to Edith Piaf and Mozart.
Episode 1 - Tom Owen, Solo-Oboe
Tom Owen holds the position of principal oboe at the Guerzenich orchestra. Listen to music for him is like cooking – one thing leads to another. Crafting mouth pieces for his instrument we listen to Kenny Wheeler and Antonio Vivaldi.