Flute Centre

Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann

Anne-Catherine Heinzmann was in recent years on numerous concert halls and international festivals and were is now one of Germany's most renowned flutist of her generation.
As a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, she performs regularly in Germany and worldwide.
Anne-Catherine is a professor of flute at the University of Music in Nuremberg

The Hamburg comes from a traditional family of musicians and began as a child with musical training.
It was developed by Prof. Jean -Claude Gérard ( Stuttgart ), Prof. Jeanne
Baxtresser (New York) and Prof. Michael Martin Kofler (Salzburg ) is formed . Important advances were also Aurèle Nicolet and Paul Meisen .
She has won many national and international competitions and was funded by the National Academic Foundation , the German Music Council of the German people , the Chamber Music Foundation "Villa Musica " of the German Music Foundation and .
An active concert career at home and abroad led the flutist in the Laeiszhalle Hamburg , the Semper Opera in Dresden, in the Rudolfinum in Prague, the Schleswig -Holstein Music Festival and the BBC Proms concerts in London, in the Old Opera House Frankfurt to the Ludwigsburg Festival, the Heidelberg Spring Festival , the Munich Biennale and Musica Mallorca.
Her chamber music partners include international soloists orchestras and ensembles , they also gave concerts with Leonard Hokanson , Miriam Fried , Aurèle Nicolet, Paul and Gustav Rivinius , Erik Schumann and Caroline Widmann .

Anne- Catherine Heinzmann since 1999, deputy principal flutist at the Opera and Museum Orchestra Frankfurt am Main. In addition to her orchestral work she dedicates herself to much of the chamber music and contemporary music .
With her ensemble , the trio Charolca and her partner Thomas Hoppe ( AtosTrio ) merges an ambitious concert activity .

A first CD with works by Harald Genzmer , recorded with the trio Charolca appear in spring 2012 at Thorofon , followed by a debut CD with pianist Thomas Hoppe ( audite 2013).
An album of Bach arias ( Daniel Behle, tenor) and the Partita for solo flute also appears in March 2013 by Sony Classical .

Because of her passion for teaching she has become a sought-after teacher at numerous master classes in Germany and abroad.
In this context, it combines the influence and collaboration with Prof. Jeanne Baxtresser , at the International master classes at the Music Academy Hammelburg she has worked as an assistant for a long time .
Since 2008, directs Anne- Catherine Heinzmann an annual master class for the flute in cooperation with the Federal Academy for Music at Schloss Rheinberg.
From October 2009, she is professor of flute at the Hochschule für Musik Nuremberg.

Anne- Catherine Heinz man playing on a Muramatsu flute all 18K . She has two children and lives with her family in Munich




Share with your friends!