[Translate to English:] Karolina Bäter playing the recorder and the transverse flute has established herself as a performer in both early and contemporary music. She studied with Walter van Hauwe and Barthold Kuijken at the conservatories of Amsterdam and The Hague in The Netherlands.
Karolina Bäter won various prizes at music competitions as 'Deutscher Musikwettbewerb' in Bonn (Germany), the 'International Penderecki Competition' in Cracow (Poland) and was finalist during the 'International Gaudeamus Competition' in Rotterdam (The Netherlands).
She is performing on international podiums and has played on various music festivals like Aqua Musica Amsterdam, Musica Polonica Nova, November Music, Making New Waves, Musica Antiqua Perast, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Aldebourgh Chambre Music Festival, Gaudeamus Week Amsterdam, Wien Modern, Klang Köln, März Musik Berlin, Musica Experimento, Incubate Festival, Piccolo Spoleto, Belgrade Early Music Festival, SIGF Sarajevo, Crna Kraljica Zagreb, Guitar Art Festival, Sugisfest Tallinn, Swiss Music Days and others.
As a member of early music ensembles Anonimus, Renesans, Nymbus, Belgrade Baroque, Minstrel and the Baroque Orchestra of the Belgrade Early Music Festival and the New Belgrade Opera she is performing in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Austria and Germany.
Since 2011 Karolina Bäter is member of baroque ensembleand period instrument orchestra "New Trinity Baroque" in Atlanta (USA), directed by the harpsichordist and conductor Predrag Gosta .
Karolina Bäter is founding member of contemporary music ensemble "The Roentgen Connection", specialized in contemporary music on historic instruments, was member of new music ensemble "MAE" in Amsterdam and from 2012 on she is playing with con temporary music collective "Studio 6" in Belgrade.
In 2014 Karolina Bäter started performing with lute player Edin Karamazov and recorded their debut-CD which will be released in june 2017.
Next to giving concerts Karolina Bäter is frequently invited for lectures and masterclasses for recorder and historic flutes for ZUOV and Belgrade Baroque Academy.