Sylvia Hinz

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Sylvia Hinz (born December 23, 1968 ) is a German recorder player , ensemble leader and conductor .


Sylvia Hinz is one of the leading recorder players worldwide, specializing in contemporary music and improvisation . She studied recorder at the Universität der Künste Berlin with Gerd Lünenbürger , experimental music with Dieter Schnebel , chamber music with Nigel North and ensemble management and conducting at the BAK Trossingen with Wolfgang Rüdiger , René Schuh and others.

She plays solo programs and concerts with ensembles and orchestras , loves unusual line-ups and collaborations with other arts (e.g. painting, literature, sculpture), promotes international collaborations with other musicians , composers , artists in general, goes on concert trips, e.g. B. to Greece, Argentina, Ireland, France, Mexico, Scotland, Italy, USA, Spain, Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Chile, Switzerland, Canada and Bosnia. She is founder u. a. the ensembles XelmYa and Umbratono .

Numerous international composers wrote pieces for her, e. B. Mathias Spahlinger , Violeta Dinescu , Zeynep Gedizlioğlu , Jeanne Strieder , Matthias Kaul , Katia Tchemberdji and others.

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