Big names, exciting encounters!
Collaborations with Kent Nagano, Paavo Järvi, Andrey Boreyko, Joana Mallwitz or Simone Young, with orchestras such as the ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the Frankfurt Museum Orchestra and the Dresden Philharmonic are among the highlights of the current season.
Not to forget concerts at the Musikverein Vienna, the Philharmonie Cologne, the Alte Oper Frankfurt, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and at Wigmore Hall, in Toyko or Australia.
With his piano partner William Youn, Nils Mönkemeyer plays recitals at the Bach Festival Montréal, in Turin or London and also in other chamber music ensembles: as piano quartet with Alina Ibragimova, Christian Poltéra and William Youn or as string trio with Julia Fischer and Daniel Müller- Schott.
Nils Mönkemeyer is starting into the summer festival season in beautiful Ireland, at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival from July 1-8.
After the big success with the l’arte del mondo ensemble, Nils will appear again with them at the Musikfest Kreuth as well as at the MDR Musiksommer.
A regular guest at the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Nils will return there with William Youn, the Kammerakademie Potsdam, Daniel Müller-Schott and Maximilian Hornung.
In August he is performing at the Moritzburg Festival near Dresden and at the Bachfest Köthen – and as a summer “finale” at the kulturradio rbb Summer Lounge in Berlin.
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April 2018: Sony Classical releases the tenth solo album of Nils Mönkemeyer, with a very special program – works of German and French Baroque, with chamber music partners like the soprano Dorothee Mields and the lute player Andreas Arend, with whom he has collaborated since many years.
The CD includes a world premiere recording of the F minor Suite for théorbe and lute by the composer Robert de Visée (1650-1732), as well as the famous Bach Choral “Nun kommt der Heiden Heiland” in a version for viola and lute.
The Suite for Viola solo BWV 1011 is beautifully combined with the Suite BWV 995 for Viola and théorbe, as both are based on the same melody.
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