In 1987 Fabian Boreck was born in Berlin, Germany, and got his first cello lessons at the age of 5. He became a pupil of Sabine Andert at the “Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Musikgymnasium Berlin“, a special grammar school for music, where during this time an active interest in Early Music, its performance practice, the musicology and the baroque cello developed.
After his Abitur (German for “A level“) he began his study of the modern cello with Prof. Kleif Carnarius (principal cellist of the orchestra of the Komische Oper Berlin) at the Academy of Music “Hanns Eisler“ Berlin, that he finished with the diploma. After that he started his Master studies of the baroque cello with Jan Freiheit at the University of Arts Berlin.
Fabian Boreck was a member of the Orchestra Academy of the Staatskapelle Weimar, a substitute in the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and member of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie (federal student orchestra “Young German Philharmonic“). With the latter orchestra he played in all German major concert halls.
Since 2014 he is the assistant principal cellist of the Orchestra of the Oldenburg State Theatre.
In the past Fabian Boreck attended master classes with Peter Bruns, Wolfgang Boettcher and Gustav Rivinius; on the baroque cello with Markus Möllenbeck and Antje Geusen. Further he went to workshops with Kristin von der Goltz, William Dongois, Therese de Goede and Georg Kallweit.
In addition to his work as an orchestral musician, Fabian Boreck has dedicated himself especially for the Early Music and obtained significant impulses by musicians such as Thomas Albert, Christoph Huntgeburth, Werner Matzke, Christine Schornsheim and Anton Steck.
Fabian Boreck worked together, for example, with Lorenzo Ghirlanda, Jörg Halubek, Thomas Ihlenfeldt, Ricardo Minasi, Luca Pianca and Ludger Rémy. With the baroque orchestra “Les Amis de Philippe“ he recorded the worlds first recording of C. Ph. E. Bachs Hamburger Quartalsmusiken (Hamburg Quarterly Compositions) at the Leipzig Bach Festival.
In the “Edition Walhall“, Magdeburg, Fabian Boreck published the 12 Sonatas for Cello and Basso continuo by G. B. Platti in two volumes.