Soloists of the orchestra

Joanna Sachryn, Violoncello

Joanna Sachryn, Violoncello

Joanna Sachryn has gained a reputation as one of the most striking cellists of her generation through her play, which is influenced by passionate intensity, brilliant technique and a fascinating emotional range.
Her first cello lesson which she received at the “Musiklyzeum” in her hometown Szczecin in Poland, was followed by studies in the class of Prof. Gerhard Mantel in Frankfurt-on-Main/Main, Germany. A two-year scholarship with William Pleeth in London, cello literature studies with Mstislav Rostropovich, as well as her collaboration with artists like Nicolaus Harnoncourt, Murray Perahia and Rudolf Barschai, for example, influenced her musical understanding. At the age of only 17, Joanna Sachryn was appointed solo cellist at the Szczecin Opera – followed by engagements in the most important European orchestras like the Munich Philharmonic, Philharmonia Orchestra London, WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.
As a popular chamber musician and committed interpret of contemporary music, she can already look back to a successful career. She plays concerts on national and international stages with famous ensembles like the String Trio Orfeo, Hilliard Ensemble London, New Ton Ensemble Vienna, Musica Viva Basel, Bronsky Ritual Cologne and the Korean Chamber Ensemble. As a sought-after teacher, the artist regularly holds cello- and chamber music masterclasses in Germany, South America and Korea.
www.joanna-sachryn.de

Deinhart Goritzki, Viola

Deinhart Goritzki, Viola

Berlin-born Deinhart Goritzki studied violine with Ulrich Grehling, Sandor Végh and viola with Ulrich Koch in Freiburg/Germany. He played solo viola for the Végh chamber orchestra, and, from 1970 on, he was the 2nd solo violist for the Münchner Philharmoniker (Munich Philharmonic Orchestra) under Rudolf Kempe, Sergiu Celibidache, Zubin Metha, James Levine and Christian Thielemann.
He was a member of the Philharmonic Octett as well as co-founder and member of the Munich Baryton Trio.
Goritzki toured with all of these ensembles internationally and can be heard on numerous recordings for Deutsche Grammophon (Archiv) and Claves Records.
Deinhart Goritzki sits on several juries for the Deutscher Musikrat (The German Council on Music), and teaches for “Jugend musiziert”, a German national organization to foster musical excellence in youth.

Isabelle Soulas, Flute

Isabelle Soulas, Flute

The french flutist from Le Havre, Normandy started studying music and the flute in France with Jean-Christophe Falala. The Fulbright Scholarship she received in 1999 allowed her to fly to the USA where she studied and got her Artist Diploma at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin College with Michel Debost.
She then won the audition in the Civic Orchestra of Chicago where she played under Daniel Barenboim's conduction.
Back to Europe, she moved to Germany where she got into the Academy of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich. There, she received a lot of great additional orchestra experiences with conductors such as Mariss Jansons, Riccardo Muti und Esa-Pekka Salonen.
She successively got contracts in many orchestras in Munich and now plays regularly with the Munich Chamber Orchestra, Munich Radio Orchestra, Bavarian State Opera etc.
Isabelle Soulas lives since 2002 in Munich and plays as a freelance flutist, next to many soloist and chamber music concerts, she also recorded a few chamber music cds.

Oboe

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