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Metamorphosen Berlin

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The string orchestra Metamorphosen Berlin includes top chamber music and orchestral players from across Germany, as well as winners of international competitions. The group takes its name from Richard Strauss' composition Metamorphosen, for 23 solo strings, close to the ensemble's complement of 26 musicians. Metamorphosen Berlin was founded in 2010 by cellist Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt and violinist Indira Koch; he remains the group's leader and conductor, and she is the artistic director. The ensemble features top players from Berlin orchestras, plus winners and high-placing musicians from such competitions as the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the International Lutoslawski Competition in Warsaw, and the International Music Competition in Bayreuth. The group has an ongoing residency at the International Music Festival in Goslar, Germany. Metamorphosen Berlin has appeared in Spain and Switzerland as well as in German venues; it has no home hall as such but has its own series at the Konzerthaus Berlin and often appears at the Philharmonie Berlin Kammermusiksaal and plays a series at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. Metamorphosen Berlin often programs contemporary music and has premiered works by Helmut Abel and Sören Nils Eichberg. The group was signed to the Sony Classical label and issued its debut album, Inspiration, featuring music by Dvořák, Victor Herbert, and Josef Suk in 2015. The album Tchaikovsky: Serenade followed in 2017 and earned the Melomano de Oro award in Spain. Metamorphosen Berlin returned on Sony Classical in 2021 with the album Very British, including music by Elgar, Britten, Peter Warlock, and Karl Jenkins.
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