Sascha Friedl

Sascha Friedl is rather an artist of the withdrawn variety. As difficult as it may seem to communicate with him, Friedl is all the more present on stage. That's when he's at his best. For example, with a sensational 5.40 meter long subcontrabass flute in our music theater project Dede Korkut. He is completely at home in his projects. Friedl studied flute in Munich and Frankfurt am Main. Already during his studies he received a teaching assignment as the youngest lecturer at the University in Augsburg. During his one-year substitute period with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, he worked with many great conductors such as Lorin Maazel, Sir Colin Davis, Kurt Sanderling and Semyon Bychkov. His intensive involvement with contemporary music is particularly evident in the founding of Baader 66 - the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie's autonomous improvisation ensemble, which he created with seven other musicians. In addition to his musical work, he also participates in projects as a singer and speaker himself and runs a coffee roastery in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg.

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