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Here you can find out everything about our current activities and projects, for example about theCooperation with the Swiss singer, composer and conductor Julia Schwartzas part of "Con Anima - newly composed!" or the newly created one"Mozart Group" for parents and childrenon the instrument

Current newsletter

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Konzerte im Frühjahr 2023
 

Samstag, 20.05., 11.30 Uhr, Zähringer Platz
      Interaktives Programm für Jung und Alt im Rahmen von Musik in Zähringen

Sonntag, 25
.06., 17.00 Uhr, Evangelische Heiliggeis-Kirche Kirchzarten
      Sommerkonzert

Samstage, 01.07., 15.00 Uhr, Pavillon im Stadtgarten Freiburg
    Interaktives Programm für Jung und Alt

Freitag, 14.07., 18.00 Uhr, OpenAir auf dem Freigelände der connect Gundelfingen
     Programmbeitrag im Rahmen der Kooperation mit der Musikschule Breisgau e.V.

You have just started blooming

and yet you were already full of colors.

Some buds have not yet opened

and only briefly saw the light of earth.

You can no longer unfold many things yourself.

And yet you have sown your seed

and will be in full bloom

at times when some will say

that you are no longer there.

It is with great sadness that we have to say goodbye to our dear, dedicated flute teacher Hannah Schütz. Hannah passed away on February 18 at the age of 27 after a short, serious illness. Hannah was a loving soul in Con Anima, who taught reliably and with selfless commitment, made music with passion and great joy and was always there, discreetly, patiently and calmly, where help was needed. She was our exchange partner on pedagogical questions and a source of inspiration for musical and pedagogical visions. Her continuous support and motivation during the lockdown in online lessons and during rehearsals, which were made more difficult for wind players in particular by the Corona regulations, was indispensable. Most recently, Hannah helped set up and take the very first steps of our new Mozart group. We would have loved to have continued this project with you, dear Hannah, and wished that you could still see the fruits of your labor. Without you, many rehearsals, recordings and our summer concerts 2021 would not have been possible.

Dear Hannah, you leave a big void here –

But you also leave us your spirit full of life: We remember your smile, your joy in making music and teaching, your courtesy, your loving and appreciative interaction with your fellow human beings. Your light remains and we will keep it in our hearts and carry it out into the world.

You shaped us, dear Hannah! We are deeply grateful for the (much too short) time with you!

Our thoughts and condolences go out to Hannah's family and loved ones.

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