“Camerata Instrumentale Berlin” was founded in 1991, by different musicians from Berlin.
The Ensemble devoted itself mainly to chamber music performances in different groups, as well as to the different Orchestra projects.
Lately, Camerata Instrumentale Berlin participated in the opening of “Schöninger Orgeltage 2011” and in the celebration of the Reformation Day in “Kaiserdom Königslutter.”
The wide-ranging repertoire embraces from Classical to contemporary music. Particularly, the Orchestra enjoys performing those compositions that are not frequently used to be performed, due to their quite unusual concept.
Anna Barbara Kastelewicz is the concertmaster of Camerata Instrumentale Berlin. She gained various experiences in different classical orchestras, such as Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin and Deutschen Oper am Rhein, working with the world known conductors Kurt Masur and Lorin Maazel.
She had various performances as a soloist, and with her solo-concert program she traveled to Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
With Camerata Instrumentale she appeared as a soloist, playing Beethoven’s Violin concerto (D-major, op. 61), as well as different Violin concertos of Mozart and Vivaldi.
Violin: Ludwig Heumann, Thomas König, Frank Baumgärtl
Viola: Uwe Gaffrontke, Astrid Hengst
Violoncello: Tobias Münch, Sabina Herzog
Double bass: Matthias Linke, Simone Heumann
Harpsichord: Martin Fehlandt
Flute: Iris Jess, Cornelia Dräger
Clarinet: Tilmann Straube, Unolf Wäntig
Oboe: Ingolf Börnchen
Bassoon: Alexander Voigt, Christoph Knitt
Trumpet: Uwe Saegebarth
French Horn: Andreas Böhlke, Christian Müller
Harp: Eva Ignatjeva
Piano: Matthias Lange
Ralf Kalesky & Lidiya Naumova: Guitar
Goetz Berthold: Clarinet / Saxophone
Joachim Schäfer: Trumpet