News

Esther Saladin's solo project "White Masks" is a cycle for cello, live electronics and resonating masks, with music by Silvia Rosani, Rebecca Saunders and Ori Talmon.

Together with Siliva Rosani on live electronics, the project will be performed on November 24, 2016 at the Goldsmith… Read more

Esther Saladin is a founding member of the Piano Trio uBu from Cologne, who received the Boris Pergamenschikow Prize for Contemporary Chamber Music in 2016 this year. The prize has been shared and goes to the Berlin colleagues of the Furiant Quartet as well. Congratulations to both ensembles!

From today on you can find Esther Saladin online. Take a look around and find out more about her next concerts, her newest projects and activities.

Events

Améi Quartett in Frankfurt

works by Rebecca Clarke and Paul Hindemith

Améi Quartett

@ Hindemith Institut | 3pm | info

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Concert in Frankfurt

works by Matalon, Gander and Grütter

Patrick Pulsinger, DJ 
Jaan Bossier, clarinet
Saar Berger, horn
Jagdish Mistry, violin
Norbert Ommer, sound direction
Ilan Volkov, conductor
Ensemble Modern Orchestra

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Concert in Basel

Ensemble Proton / protonwerk no. 7

@ Gare du Nord | 8pm 

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Welcome

Esther Saladin, a young Swiss cellist and scholarship alumna of the Internationale Ensemble Modern Akademie, is a multi-facetted musician indeed: As soloist and chamber musician, her performances run the gamut from the standard repertoire to 20th-century classical music and 21st-century works. Her artistic pursuits give pride of place to freely improvised music and projects transcending fixed definitions of segments or styles. In addition, Esther Saladin performs as the cellist of the Améi Quartet, which devotes itself primarily to premiering and reciting contemporary works.

Raised in a family of musicians in Zurich, she began taking cello and piano lessons while still a toddler. Her first formative teachers were Reto Cuonz and Rebecca Firth (cello), as well as Lorenz Rey and Margie Wu (piano). Her early solo recitals, which featured cello concerti by Camille Saint-Saëns and Joseph Haydn as well as Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch, gave Esther Saladin significant encouragement, spurring her on in her desire to pursue a musical… Read more