Tatjana Ruhland - flute


Sun Jul 31, 2022 to Sat Aug 6, 2022


Normal: €412.00
Reduced: €327.00
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For many years, Tatjana Ruhland was a lecturer for flute as main subject for artistic and educational profile at the University for Music in Saar and she organised thematic workshops. Since 1996 she has passionately been teaching master courses for all ages and all levels in Europe, Asia and USA. Since 2000 Tatjana Ruhland has been solo flutist of the “SWR Symphonieorchester” and she regularly performs as a guest at e.g. “Berliner Philharmoniker” or the symphony orchestra of the Bavarian broadcasting organisation led by Christoph Eschenbach, Roger Norrington, Valery Gergiev, Kent Nagano, Esa Pekka Salonen, Kirill Petrenko, Gustavo Dudamel, Jakub Hruša and Tėodor Currentzis. Current highlights of the OPUS KLASSIK award winner of 2018 are performances at renowned festivals like the “Lucerne Festival” or the “Hohenloher Kultursommer” and artistic pedagogic contributions for festivals of the German Association for Flute. Besides, she is the chief juror for flute and oboe at the German Music Competition. In the field of music communication, Tatjana Ruhland presents concerts with pedagogic background: e.g. at Giacinto Scelsi’s “Studi per l’intonazione del mare” at the music festival of Stuttgart in 2011 when 100 flutists were involved. Tatjana Ruhland studied transverse flute with Prof. Paul Meisen (Munich) and Jeanne Baxtresser (New York). Tatjana Ruhland was born in Regensburg and was awarded at international competitions (inter alia in Kobe and New York).

This course is aimed at flutists of all ages, professional musicians, persons becoming flutists and committed music enthusiasts.




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