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The Berlin Residence Orchestra

Since its founding in 2006, the orchestra has performed in many shows and starred in their own CD and DVD production. In addition to the performances as an ensemble for the Berlin Palace Concerts, the  musicians have also a record of outstanding solo performances.

Within the orchestra, various renowned chamber music ensembles have formed, which perform at exclusive events and entertain their audience with outstanding concerts.

 

 

Alena Karmanova

Alena Karmanova - Soprano

The soprano studied at the Saint Petersburg State Conservatory and graduated with honours in 2008. From 2005 on, she performed as a soloist in several German cities.
Karmanova already managed to be an awardee of numerous competitions.

Since 2009, the soprano has been enrolled in the “Hanns Eisler” Academy of Music, where she studies and has been working as a freelance artist since 2010, appearing with the Berlin Virtuosos and at the Berlin Palace Concerts.

 

Sara Gouzy

Sara Gouzy - Soprano

The French-born Sara Gouzy first completed her studies at the Conservatoire de Toulouse. Afterwards she studied singing at the Academy for Music "Hanns Eisler" with Janet Williams. She attended master classes with different stars of classical music.

At several famous performances Gouzy gained stage experience in France as well as in Germany.

In 2012 she collaborated at a community project of the Academy for Music "Hanns Eisler" and the Komische Oper in Berlin. In the following years she not only was a finalist of numerous singing competitions, but also emerged as the winner of other competitions, such as the one of the Rotary Foundation.

Since 2013 Sara Gouzy is a scholarship holder auf the "Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now" Association in Berlin. As well she is a soloist of the Berlin Residence Orchestra in Charlottenburg Palace.

 

Ulf Dirk Mädler

Ulf Dirk Mädler - Baritone

Baritone Ulf Dirk Mädler started studying vocal performance at the “Mozarteum” Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Salzburg in 1991 and graduated in 1998. After his opera debut in the role of Papageno in “The Magic Flute” at the “Mozarteum“ several guest engagements followed in the years from 1998 till 2001.

Numerous engagements led Ulf Dirk Mändler to the ensemble at Magdeburg Theatre, the Kassel State Theater, the State Opera in Hamburg and the Teatro Verde in Venice.
Ulf Dirk Mädler has been a freelance artist since 2009. Since 2011, Ulf Dirk Mädler has been appearing as a vocal soloist at the Berlin Palace Concerts, among other venues.

 

Tadeusz Milewski

Tadeusz Milewski – Baritone

Baritone Tadeusz Milewski studied vocal performance at the Salzburg Mozarteum. He then went on to perform at operas and concerts in Salzburg, the Warsaw Chamber Opera and Tokyo, among others.

Tadeusz Milewski has also worked as a soloist, performing at oratorios by J. S. Bach, including the St. Matthew Passion, ”Messiah“ by G. F. Händel, “Petite Messe Solennelle”” by G. Rossini and “Carmina Burana” by C. Orff.  He has had guest performances at international music festivals, including the Aix-en-Provence festival, the Grein Danube Festival and the Baroque festival Wratislavia Cantans.

He has been a baritone at the Deutsche Oper Berlin since 2005.

 

Georg Arssenij Bochow

Georg Arssenij Bochow - Countertenor

The half German / half Russian countertenor Georg Arssenij Bochow began his successful career as a boy soloist at the Staats- und Domchor in Berlin and received the Saint Nicolas Award of the Royal School of Church Music when he lived in Canada.
Over the course of his voice change Georg A. Bochow never stopped singing in the range of his boy voice and thereby came to be a countertenor in Stuttgart.
Since the beginning of his studies at the Conservatory of Music Hanns Eisler in Berlin in 2011, various masterclasses have complemented his work. But the old must be enriched by the new and vice versa – and therefore Georg A. Bochow could recently be seen at the Tischlerei of the Deutsche Oper Berlin in the world premiere of Evan Gardners "Die Unterhändlerin" as part of the NEW SCENES.