A Cello for Natalia
Festival Junge Klassik
Natalia Dauer played so far with a borrowed French instrument by P. Granjean from the year 1857. Since 2017, she may record an instrument of violin making workshop Neu-Cremona in Berlin from 1909 by her professor Ivan Monighetti, which is now to be purchased for Natalia. The cello plays Natalia with body and soul, the sound is extraordinary and outstanding.
Required amount of money: 4.000 €
End of Financing: 01.03.2019
Project Manager: Natalia Dauer
The festival Junge Klassik premiered in 2015 as part of the Laufenburger Kulturtage. The initiator was the then 18-year-old cellist Natalia Dauer from Bad Säckingen. The young cellist was prizewinner of the Volksbank Hochrheinstiftung and in search of a forum for highly talented and aspiring musicians of the young generation, which offers the opportunity to perform as a soloist. The city of Laufenburg took up the idea. Natalia Dauer took over the artistic direction of the festival, the city Laufenburg the organization. The main target group of the “Junge Klassik” are people interested in culture and the classics of all generations, but above all young people as well. The entrance fee for children, pupils and students was deliberately kept low.
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