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Susanne Fröhlich, Recorder

Blockflöte mit Schwerpunkt Neue Musik


Susanne Fröhlich regularly presents concerts and workshops worldwide. As a former founding member of the recorder quartet QNG - Quartet New Generation, she has performed as soloist, in various chamber music formations, as well as in the context of various productions in the realm of fine arts, opera and theatre, among others Saâdane Afif, Ari Benjamin Meyers, andcompany&Co, Constanza Macras/dorkypark, and Opera Lab Berlin. She performed numerous premieres in world class concert houses and festivals, with such groups as Ensemble Adapter, Collegium Novum, Figura Ensemble, Ictus Ensemble, Neue Vokalsolisten, and Trickster Orchestra. Susanne has been awarded international honors and scholarships in Berlin, Darmstadt, Göttingen, Graz, Illzach, Krakow, New York, and Rotterdam. She has lived and taught in Berlin from 2004 and has held a teaching position at the Berlin University of the Arts since April 2010. Next to her studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam (2004), the Berlin University of the Arts (2008) and the Akademie für Tonkunst in Darmstadt (2016), she completed her artistic-academic research project on “The new potential of a 21st century recorder” at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz with distinction in October 2019. Her solo debut album "21" was released on Austrian label Orlando Records in August 2019.

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