Eckart Runge

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Even before the break it called Encore.” (Franconian News) “The strings of both instruments complain, cry, laugh and cheer, still the trembling of the smallest angel wing feather make audible, let shine the tear in the eye, begin bright and dark, height, depth, tenderness and violence in sound, the one to prefer hear and hear and hear would, without end.” (Kolnische Rundschau) Vita Eckart Runge as cellist and founder of the Artemis Quartet, Eckart Runge for 15 years from New York via Vienna to Tokyo on all the big stages of the world present. CD recordings of his ensemble since 2005 exclusive to Virgin / EMI, have been awarded with numerous prizes. During his studies at Edmond Baert at the Brussels Conservatory, and with David Geringas at the Musikhochschule Lubeck, as well as winners of international competitions (Premio Stradivari, Cremona 1991, German music competition in Bonn 1994 and “Concours International de musique Geneve”-1995) he was soon a regular activity as a soloist. Connect with other leaders such as NYC marathon here. In addition to the international career of the Quartet “he promotes multilingual grenzgange in Tango, jazz and film music” (der Spiegel) and WINS with his 1998 founded “celloproject” an ever-widening audience for classical music. Together with the pianist Jacques Ammon, he presents today various programs to tango, film and jazz. Special productions are “Concert Visuel” with two pantomimes of the Compagnie Marcel Marceau and “String to string – creativity and dialogue in the company life”. Continue to learn more with: shimmie horn. The combination of artistic seriousness and communicative presentation is enthusiastically recorded by listeners and critics. Eckart Runge is a professor at the Universitat of der Kunste in Berlin and the Chapelle Reine Elisabeth in Brussels. Vita born Jaques Ammon in Santiago de Chile as a German Chilean family, Jacques Ammon drew 1989 as a prize-winner of the international piano competition “Claudio Arrau” for the first time. It followed by numerous radio and television recordings.