Our clarinet class
Born in 2000, Carlo Righetti began playing the clarinet at the age of 11. In 2017 he began his studies at the conservatory in Trento with Prof. Lorenzo Guzzoni. Since October 2021 he has been studying with Prof. Johannes Peitz at the HMTMH. In 2022 he was a member of the festival orchestra of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.
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Claudia Aliaj (born 2005, Spain) is currently studying with Sharon Kam and has already performed at the Berlin Philharmonie, the Musikverein in Vienna, the Palau de la Música Catalana, Carnegie Hall in New York and the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid. At the age of 15, she studied with Prof. Wenzel Fuchs in Salzburg. She has performed as a soloist with the Spanish Radio Orchestra RTVE, the North German Philharmonic Orchestra Rostock and many other orchestras. She has been awarded the Ch Scholarship for Musical Studies, which enables her to continue her musical education. Since 2023 she has been studying at the HMTMH with Sharon Kam.
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Naum Paloski (born 2004, North Macedonia) received his first clarinet lessons at the age of 9 at a primary music school. He continued his music education at the age of 14 at a music school. With his 9 years of clarinet experience, he is now studying in Sharon Kam's class at the HMTM Hannover.
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Jongsung Park (born 2000, South Korea) started playing the clarinet at the age of 15 and worked as a solo clarinetist in the Hwaseong Orchestra in Korea at the age of 17. In 2021, he moved to Germany and studied at the Hamburg University of Music and Drama with Prof. Alexander Bachl before transferring to the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media in October 2021.
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Lea Hänsel began her studies with Prof. Johannes Peitz in Hanover in 2015. In 2020, after a temporary contract at Theater Münster, she was offered a place in the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra Academy. Since 2022, she has been deputy principal clarinettist of the DRP Saarbrücken-Kaiserslautern and has helped out in renowned orchestras such as the NDR Hanover Radio Philharmonic and the WDR Symphony Orchestra.
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Chu-Yin Liao (born 2000, Taiwan) began her music studies in 2013 with Prof. Yee-Chin Hsiou in Taiwan. From 2016 she studied with Prof. Chih-Chien Lin and in the same year won 2nd prize for solo clarinet at the National Music Competition Final for Students in Taiwan. In 2018, she transferred to the Conservatory of Taipei University for her Bachelor's degree with Prof. Johannes Peitz at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media.
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Yeomin Yun (born 2000, South Korea) started her clarinet career at the age of 14. In 2019, she began her bachelor's degree at Yonsei University in Seoul and completed it in 2023. In the same year, she enrolled for her master's degree at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media with Sharon Kam.
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Vytautas Posėčnas (born 2000, Lithuania) received his first clarinet lessons at the age of nine. He gained valuable musical experience in various projects (including television projects, jazz festivals, etc.), orchestras, competitions, concert tours, master classes, etc.
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Charlotte aus dem Siepen
Charlotte (born 2000, Germany) received her first clarinet lesson at the age of 10 at the Potsdam music school and started her early studies at the Julius-Stern-Institute of the University of Arts Berlin in 2015. At the age of 18 she began to study at the Music University Rostock with Prof. Heiner Schindler. There, she also worked as a clarinet teacher and helped out at the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Orchester Rostock. After three years she transferred to the Music University Hanover and is now studying with Prof. Johannes Peitz and Sharon Kam.
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Katharina Muhr (born 2001, Germany) began her studies at HMTM Hannover in 2019 with Prof. Johannes Peitz as a junior student before taking up her bachelor's degree there in 2021. She already plays clarinet in the Arioso Quintet and as a substitute in renowned orchestras such as the Lower Saxony State Orchestra Hanover and the Philharmonic Orchestra Bremerhaven. She is also a scholarship holder of Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now and the Richard Wagner Association Hanover.
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From 2009 to 2022 Max Cosimo Liebe (born 18.10.2002) received lessons from Prof. Aloisia Hurt, from October 2022 he studied with Prof. Johannes Peitz. He won three first national prizes at "Jugend Musiziert", sponsorship prizes and scholarships, e.g. Jürgen Ponto Foundation and Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. From 2018 to 2022, he was a member of the German National Youth Orchestra and toured with conductors such as Kirill Petrenko and Ingo Metzmacher. Since 2017: Five solo concertos performed by Weber, Copland, Johann Stamitz and Mozart.
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Nele Imke Regenstein
Nele Imke Regenstein (born 1999, Germany) has been studying for a Bachelor's degree at the HMTMH with Prof. Johannes Peitz since 2021. After graduating from high school, she trained as a choir and ensemble director at a vocational school for music. She has been a Germany Scholarship holder since October 2022.
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