Welcome to Berlin Classics: Oboist Céline Moinets new album “Schumann Romances”
Oboist Céline Moinet has known for more than ten years how to induce waves of enthusiasm among audiences and critics. She now releases her first Berlin Classics album "Schumann Romances" on October 13th, on which she is accompanied by pianist Florian Uhlig as well as cellist Norbert Anger. Together they are presenting a variety of pieces that Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856) wrote for the oboe, or that were especially recomposed for that instrument.
Céline Moinet: The most demanded solo-oboist on tour all around the world
When she is not currently releasing new albums, Céline Moinet is on tour as a solist with all the biggest orchestras in the world. Among others she played at the Easter Festival Salzburg under Christoph Eschenbach and the Saxonian State Orchestra Dresden. She was also at the Pacific Music Festival under Fabio Luisi and the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra at the Suntory Hall. In addition she regularly does solotours with the Dresdner Kapellsolists, the Prague Philharmonia and the Württemburg Chamberorchestra Heilbronn.
Outstanding: Céline Moinet finished her studies with top marks and is now a teacher herself
Céline Moinet completed her studies with top marks and highest distinctions at the Paris National Conservatory of Music in the class of David Walter. Afterwards she expanded her artistic education at the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and the orchestra of the National Theatre Mannheim. Only 23 years old she won the prestigious position as solo-oboist in the Saxonian State Orchestra Dresden – meanwhile she has her own professorship at the academy of Music "Carl-Maria-von-Weber" and frequently does master courses in France, Germany, Asutria and Japan.