Concert in the church Sent | STRING QUARTET IN A DIFFERENT WAY
The Ensemble Tamangur is a group of outstanding young musicians dedicated to chamber music in various formations. In 2018, Lorenza Borrani, concertmaster of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, and cellist Ursina Maria Braun, winner of the "Bach Prize" (Leipzig 2016), initiated the first project with Johannes Brahms' two string sextets in the Swiss Engadine. The members of Tamangur have been working closely together for years in various ensembles and constellations (Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Spira mirabilis and various chamber music formations); so they share large parts of their musical background: the conception of the language of music and the philosophy of music-making, as well as a very special quality of communication, characterized by a deep understanding of the motivation of their work, both on a musical and on a human level.
Laia Valentin Braun (violin) studied in London, Fiesole and Basel with Detlef Hahn, Lorenza Borrani and Rainer Schmidt. Regular participation in the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symophony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and in the project Spira mirabilis, co-founder of Ensemble Vindeleia. As a soloist and chamber musician performances at the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and Kings Place in London, Tonhalle Zurich. Decisive musical influences by Julia Fischer, Maxim Vengerov, Thomas Brandis and Alina Ibragimova, among others. Since 2021 member of the Marmen Quartet.
Adam Newman (viola) studied in London, Leipzig and Basel with Philip Dukes, Louise Hopkins, Tatjana Masurenko, Lars Anders Tomter and Rainer Schmidt. Winner of the Sir John Barbirolli Foundation Award, Duchess of Cornwall/English Chamber Music Awards and the Bishops Instruments and Bows Prize. Participation in the English Chamber Orchestra, Aurora Orchestra, Camerata Variabile Basel and Nash Ensemble. Decisive musical influences by Tabea Zimmermann, Ana Chumachenco, Kim Kashkashian and Alfred Brendel, among others.
Ursina Maria Braun (violoncello) studied in Zurich, Vienna and Salzburg with Thomas Grossenbacher, Heinrich Schiff and Clemens Hagen. Further training in historical performance practice with Reinhard Goebel. Bach Prize winner and winner of the Audience Award, Leipzig 2016. Member of the project Spira Mirabilis. Solo cellist in the Concentus Musicus Vienna and as a guest in the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Soloist and chamber musician at the Leipzig Bach Festival, the Thüringer Bachwochen, the Grazer Styriarte, the Carinthian Summer and the Suoni delle Dolomiti. Composer in Residence at the Whitsun Festival Schloss Brunegg
2022.Nepomuk Braun (violoncello) studied in Vienna and Salzburg with Reinhard Latzko, Heinrich Schiff and Clemens Hagen, quartet studies with Rainer Schmidt, 1st prize at the competition of the Irene Steels-Wilsing Foundation at the Heidelberger Frühling 2020 and multiple prizewinner at the Premio Paolo Borciani 2021 as cellist of the Adelphi Quartet. Participation as a guest in the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic. Soloist and chamber musician at the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Bolzano Festival and the Gustav-Mahler-Musikwochen Dobbiaco together with Alexander Lonquich, Erich Höbarth, MaximVengerov and others.
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