Centre for Chamber Music
Chamber music enjoys a distinguished tradition at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin, which has given rise to many outstanding ensembles. Internationally successful chamber music ensembles – among them the Vogler Quartett, the Kuss Quartett, Trio Orelon, Amatis Trio and the Pacific Quintet – advertise the Hanns Eisler School as one of the most important teaching institutions for chamber music worldwide. To carry this tradition forward, and to meet the continuing demand for high-quality ensembles on the classical music scene, the School has founded a new “Centre for Chamber Music.”
The new center offers young, aspiring ensembles attractive artistic and professional perspectives: alongside regular master classes, a chamber music competition, exchange programs, and numerous performance opportunities, whether at the School itself or at other venues, the Master Ensembles in particular prepare students for professional life in an immediate and targeted way.
The Centre for Chamber Music is a place where students and instructors from the entire School come together to perfect their skills in ensemble playing.