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Daniela Niedhammer

Early music correpetition

Cembalist and organist Daniela Niedhammer was born in Munich and studied church music (Prof. Edgar Krapp) and cembalo (Prof. Christine Schornsheim) at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, also being taught by Andreas Staier. To extend her experience of chamber music performance, she then took a master's degree in cembalo/ basso continuo at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis under Jesper Christensen. In 2013 she completed her studies with a master's degree in organ under Lorenzo Ghielmi at the same university. With her prizewinning chamber music ensemble „Der musikalische Garten“, Daniela Niedhammer is particularly interested in German 17th century music with scordaturas. In addition to her artistic activities, she is a lecturer in basso continuo at the music institute of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München where she leads the institute choir „Collegium Musicum“.