Hans-Georg Kramer, Viola da Gamba and Musical Director
Studied in Hamburg; Student of Johannes Koch, August Wenzinger and Wieland Kuijken
From 1988 to 2003 he taught viola da gamba and historical performance practice at the Folkwang-Hochschule
Guest lecturer at various universities and colleges

 

Rebeka Rusó, Viola da Gamba
Studied in Bratislava as well as at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels with Wieland Kuijken and with Paolo Pandolfo and Christophe Coin at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
She teaches at the Conservatory in Strasbourg, and at the
Schola Cantorum in Basel

 

Katharina Holzhey, Viola da Gamba
Studied in Leipzig and with Hille Perl in Bremen
She attended master classes under Paolo Pandolfo and Wieland Kuijken
She got the 1. prize at the Bach-Abel-Competition in Köthen 2006

 

Brian Franklin, Viola da Gamba
Studied in Toronto / Canada and at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Jordi Savall
He has been teaching viola da gamba, chamber music and historical performance practice at the Conservatory and Musikhochschule in Zürich

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Hermann Hickethier, Viola da Gamba
First studied in Detmold to become a sound engineer, followed by additional studies on viola da gamba at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
He was a student of Wolfgang Eggers, Hannelore Mueller and Wieland Kuijken
He teaches at the Musikhochschule in Münster

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Irene Klein, Viola da Gamba
Studied at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Paolo Pandolfo and in Milano at the Scuola Civica di Musica with Roberto Gini
She was a prizewinner at the Bach-Abel-Competition, Köthen in 1997 and teaches at the Musikhochschule in Leipzig

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Ingelore Schubert, Harpsichord an Organ
Studied in Hamburg with Gisela Gunz and in Amsterdam with Ton Koopman
She attended master classes under Gustav Leonhardt, Robert Kohnen and Jos van Immerseel and teaches harpsichord and basso continuo at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen.
Concerts on outstanding historical organs

 

Margaret C. Hunter, Sopran
A native of New England, soprano Margaret Hunter studied both in the United States and with Harry van der Kamp in Bremen, Germany. She is a specialist in the music of the Renaissance and Baroque, and regularly performs as a soloist at international festivals in Europe and North America. Her work can be heard on numerous radio and CD recordings.