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Prof. Andrea Tober

  • Born 1972 in Herford, Germany
  • Music teaching studies for high school majoring in Flute at Folkwang Hochschule Essen with Josef Pichler and at the University of Music and Drama Hanover with Prof. Erdmuthe Boehr, as well as teaching in German studies at the Universities of Essen and Hanover
  • Subsequent studies in instrumental pedagogy at the University of Music and Drama Hanover followed by a practical year at Cologne College and High School
  • Teaching at music schools in Springe and Bonn, at general schools in Bergisch Gladbach, at the Abtei-Gymnasium Brauweiler and the Bonhoeffer-Gymnasium Hilden, as well as a teaching assignment on “Concert Pedagogy in the School Context” at Cologne University of Music
  • Artistic activities in various choirs and orchestras, as chamber musician (salon music), member of the SAITENVERQUERT ensemble and Kapital69 band, as well as participation in interdisciplinary projects with literature, acting and pantomime
  • Volunteer member of the committee of the Association of School Musicians in North Rhine-Westphalia
  • Active in cultural management at the International Summer Academy for Chamber Music in Lower Saxony and the Hannoversche Gesellschaft für Neue Musik e.V., as well as at Biennale Neue Musik Hanover, Schreyahner Herbst Festival Lüchow-Dannenberg, Lower Saxony, and Romanischer Sommer Festival Cologne
  • Organization of the concert series PhilharmonieVeedel and Tripclubbing for the KölnMusik GmbH, management of Thürmchen Ensemble für Neue Musik and JungeBläserPhilharmonie North Rhine-Westphalia commissioned by the State Association of Music Schools in North Rhine-Westphalia, cooperation in management at Institut für Neue Musik at Cologne University of Music
  • Contributor for children and youth projects, particularly on music education with the KölnMusik GmbH/Cologne Philharmonic
  • Since 2012, Head of Education Department at Berliner Philharmoniker and Professor for “Self-management and Music Education” at Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin