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The cellist Felix Thiedemann deals with the faithful performance of music. It is important to him to place the music of different epochs in the context of their time. It is important to him not only to present music in concerts, but also to prepare a framework in which the music can be experienced. He is not only interested in music, but also in other arts and the combination of music and other arts.

Felix Thiedemann was born in Filderstadt and grew up in Tübingen. After coming into contact with music at an early age in his parents' home, he received his first cello lessons at the age of six at the Tübingen Music School (Joseph Hasten).

From the beginning he had a great interest in chamber music of every style and instrumentation, especially string quartets and piano trios. He won several prizes in various competitions, e.g. first federal prizes at “Jugend Musiziert”.

At the age of 17, Felix Thiedemann switched to the class of Prof. M. De Secondi at the Trossingen Music Academy.

In 2006 he began his music studies at the HfM Weimar with Prof. T. Stolzenburg, after stations at the HfMdK Frankfurt (Sabine Krams and Prof. Kristin von der Goltz), Paris (Romain Garioud) and Trossingen (Prof. Mario de Secondi and Werner Matzke). ) he studied historical performance practice with Prof. Kristin von der Goltz (baroque cello), Prof. M. Eberth (continuous bass) and Prof. Marice von Lishout (improvisation) at the HMT Munich. He is currently studying culture and media management at the KMM in Hamburg.

In addition, he took part in master classes with Prof. Leonid Gorokhov, Prof. Richard Aaron, Prof. Gottfried von der Goltz, Prof. Phoebe Carrai, Prof. M. Schneider, as well as orchestra courses with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra and Concerto Köln.

Felix Thiedemann was a continuo cellist with his ensemble Gradus Ad Parnassum in the German Music Competition 2015 finalist. at the HasslerConsort and in opera productions at the August Everding Theater Academy, he also played projects with Generation Baroque, the Concerto Köln and has taken part in the ensemble academy of the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra on several occasions. Among other engagements he is a guest of the Zemlinsky Quartet, the Szymanowski Quartet and the Bedrich Quartet. Since 2011 he has been artistic director of the Vielklang Festival in Tübingen and has been the cellist of the Yara Ensemble since 2021.

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Schuppanzigh Quartet

The Schuppanzigh Quartet was a string quartet formed in Vienna in the 1790s by the violinist Ignaz Schuppanzigh. I

Schuppanzigh Quartet

The Schuppanzigh Quartet was a string quartet formed in Vienna in the 1790s by the violinist Ignaz Schuppanzigh. I

Schuppanzigh Quartet

The Schuppanzigh Quartet was a string quartet formed in Vienna in the 1790s by the violinist Ignaz Schuppanzigh. I

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