• Kirsten Fehring

    FOSTERING CREATIVE PARTNERSHIPS

  • Music

    ON STAGE, ON TOUR, ON PAPER, ONLINE

    Creative Partnerships,

    Dramaturgy

    &

    Artistic Planning

    Balancing creative exploration and project management

    Publications

    &

    Content

    websites, newsletter,
    social media,
    programme notes,
    English/German

    Music videos

     Producer

    Creative Adviser

    Concert Tours

  • What's next

    Wonders of Nature

    Renaissance & Baroque Music for the harpsichord

    with Pawel Siwczak

    14 June Tickest and info here

    With this programme Pawel focuses on a Pastorale theme, through some evocative and descriptive pieces for solo harpsichord. We promise a restful and restorative time in a musical garden where you will hear happy hens searching for worms, imagine the delicate petals of the lily softly opening on a warm summer evening. It is all rather peaceful under the linden tree, even the lion decides to take a nap, but then Jupiter has some other ideas and puts on a show of thunder and lightning, reminding us that nature is a fantastic spectacle…

    This is music from the Renaissance to the late Baroque, by English, French, German and Dutch composers, focusing on a favourite theme of the time: rural life, and nature, implicitly set against the more complex life of court or city (,to which the artists belonged).

     

    ©artwork and words by Kirsten Fehring

    Salvatore Macchia Trio 'Fantasia Supra Santa Maria Amar' for cl, vl, db

    with Benjamin Mellefont clarinet, Jonathan Stone violin, Jan Zahourek doublebass

    info and link here

     

    Skyline   

    JS Bach, Marias and Ortiz

    with Laurence Cummings and Jan Zahourek

     

    STALLS

    Dvorak Quintet No2 in G Major op.77

    with Consone Quartet and Jan Zahourek

     

    CROSSING coming up soon:

    Prokofiev Quintet G Minor op.39, S Macchia Trio

    with John Roberts Oboe, Benjamin Mallefont clarinet
    Jonathan Stone violin, Nicholas Bootiman Viola, Jan Zahourek doublebass
     
  • Partners & Projects

    recent

    Project Consultant for United Strings of Europe

    The United Strings of Europe creates profound musical experiences that celebrate diversity and bridge cultural divides. The ensemble commissions and arranges music from a variety of musical cultures and backgrounds. Fostering collaborations with renowned soloists including soprano Héloïse Werner, violinists Amalia Hall and Itamar Zorman.

    Project Management for Echor Music

    very happy to lend the occasional helping hand in 'creating extraordinary life performances' with Echor Music

    Creative Partner and Producer

     @ zarek.co.uk

    Sharing performances and connecting artists with audiences through innovative ways in amazing spaces - in London and beyond, on film and on stage.

    We have worked with some exceptional artists in front and behind the camera and microphone, enjoying the process immensely. Check it out here 

    Creative Partner @ bach.club

    Bach Club is a boutique label and concerts curator. It is home to Bach Club Soloists, an ensemble focusing on period instruments, new commissions, and exciting collaborations. Bach Club is a response to the changing landscape of classical music. Find out more here

    Project Management @ Solomon's Knot (2018-2021)

    A Baroque Collective with a Difference

    I 'travelled' with them for 2 1/2 inspiring years

    Website/Programme Design & Content, Social media

    Programme/ brochure /website / newsletter design & content

    Flyer

    websites

    Electr. Press Kit

  • About / Über mich

    Kirsten is a music dramaturgist, producer, and project manager based in the UK. She has worked within the classical music scene since her first job at Credit Suisse CH in the Sponsorship department, happily supporting festivals, ensembles and artists and making things happen. When being involved in curating a programme and working closely with artistic directors behind the scene, she researches, selects, edits, formulates and weaves stories around a concert programme. During her family time Kirsten turned to writing, translating, editing and website design and added these skills to her portfolio.

    It is the interdisciplinary approach which she loves the most about her work.

    She studied Literature (with an emphasis on music!) and Economics for a Masters degree, writing her thesis about 'Heinrich Heine and Saint Simon'. In her PhD dissertation she focused on Arts Sponsorship. 

    She sings in chamber choirs and played the oboe in another life.

    Dr Kirsten Fehring ist freie Musikdramaturgin, Produzentin und Project Managerin in Grossbritannien. Sie arbeitet für verschiedene Ensemble, Festivals und Künstler*innen im kuratorischen, organisatorischen und administrativen Bereich.
     
    Schwerpunkte setzte Kirsten schon immer im Bereich Klassische Musik. Ein interdisziplinärer Ansatz begeistert sie und zeichnet so auch ihre Arbeit im Bereich der Musik aus.
     
    Ihren Master machte sie an der Universität Freiburg in den Bereichen Literatur (mit Schwerpunkt Musik!) und Wirtschaft mit einer fächerübergreifenden Arbeit zu Heine und dem Saint Simonismus. In ihrer Doktorarbeit beschäftigte sie sich mit Kultursponsoring, der Schnittstelle von Kultur und Wirtschaft, eine praxisbezogene Arbeit, basierend auf Erfahrungen und Untersuchungen während ihrer Zeit in der Kultursponsoring Abteilung der Credit Suisse, Zürich. Ihre Oboe hat sie in den letzten Jahren extrem vernachlässigt.
  • Get in touch

    London UK, Frankfurt DE, Klosters CH

    kmfehring@me.com

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