Salome Chamber

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Salome Kammer (born January 17, 1959 in Nidda ) is a German actress , voice soloist , singer and cellist .


Salome Kammer was born in Nidda (Upper Hesse) as the fourth of six children of the Protestant pastor Otto Kammer and his wife Siglinde Kammer. After graduating from high school in Frankfurt am Main , Salome Kammer studied music at the Folkwang University in Essen, majoring in cello with Maria Kliegel and János Starker . During his studies with subsequent postgraduate studies at the Mannheim University of Music , Salome Kammer devoted himself to acting in independent groups and took private acting lessons. In 1983 she was committed to the Städtische Bühnen Heidelberg , where she was a member of the ensemble for 5 years in the fields of youth theater and drama. In 1988 she moved to Munich in production The second home of Edgar Reitz the female lead cellist and singer Lichtblau Clarissa to take over. With this film role Salome Kammer became known in many countries. Her training as a singer and vocal artist took place during and after her film work. For ten years Salome Kammer successfully played the role of Eliza Doolittle in the musical My Fair Lady in various productions . After several guest appearances in spoken theater (including at the Bavarian State Theater in Munich ), Kammer increasingly devoted himself to modern music theater with engagements at opera houses in Berlin, Vienna, Munich, as well as Paris, Lyon and Stuttgart. At the same time, she has been performing musical cabaret with the pianist and composer Peter Ludwig on German cabaret stages for many years.

Salome Kammer teaches contemporary music for singers at the Munich University of Music. She lives in Munich with her husband, the director Edgar Reitz .


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  1. Culture prizes : Schneider Schott Music Prize Mainz . In: . ARCult Media. Archived from the original on May 7, 2015. Retrieved May 7, 2015.
  2. ^ Munich: Schwabing Art Awards 2015 . In: . Munich - The official city portal. March 12, 2015. Archived from the original on May 7, 2015. Retrieved on May 7, 2015.