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Biography Klaus Mader

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  • Born 1974 in Ostercappeln, near Osnabruck
  • Classical guitar with Wolfgang Weigel, Musikhochschule Detmold at Münster
  • Renaissance lute and chitarrone with Paul Beier, Civica Scuola Musica di Milano
  • Basso continuo with Professor Roberto Gini, Civica Scuola Musica di Milano
  • Baroque lute and basso continuo with Professor Konrad Junghänel, Musikhochschule Köln (Cologne)
  • Klaus Mader is much sought-after as a basso continuo player and he has performed in many productions, including:

  • “La Liberazione di Ruggiero”- an opera by Francesca Caccini, in Vilnius, (Lithuania)
    Conductor: Professor Roberto Gini
  • “St. Casimiro” an oratorio by Alessandro Scarlatti, in Vilnius, (Lithuania)
    Conductor: Professor Roberto Gini
  • “Il ritorno di Giulio Cesare” – an opera by Giovanni Bononcini in Cologne
    Conductor: Professor Konrad Junghänel
  • St John’s Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach in Cologne with the Cologne Cathedral Choir
    Conductor: Professor Eberhard Metternich

    Currently Klaus Mader is involved in the internetproject Orfeo07 .

    Both with his ensemble, “mosaic coelln” and with the international group of players, “Impetus Musicus” Klaus Mader brings colourful and varied programmes to the stage. He is also a member of the ensemble, “aestetica-nova” directed by Renato Rozic, a group which performs crossover projects with improvisatorial elements.

    Performances with ensembles and solo recitals have taken him to MDR-Musiksommer in Köthen, the Festival Banchetto Musicale in Vilnius (Lithuania), the Festival for Music and Musicians in Ispden, England, as well as to Russia, Italy, Latvia and the Netherlands.

 

 

 

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