• Kirsten Fehring

     

    Music Events

    Curator​

    Fostering Creative Partnerships

  • Music

    ON STAGE, ON TOUR, ON PAPER, ONLINE

    Project Management,

    Artistic Planning

    &

    Strategic Partnerships

    concerts

    music projects

    ensembles

    marketing

    admin

    Publications

    websites

    brochures

    concert programmes

    books

    Music Festivals

    Concert Tours

  • Creative Content

    ON ALL PLATFORMS

    Content Strategy & Management

    Overseeing all content initiatives across multiple platforms and formats. It is all about keeping your communication tools engaging and native.

    Write &

    Edit

    Your voice, out there!

    For your website, concert programme or twitter, newsletter, book, article or speech.

    Translate

     

    German

    English

     

     

    Research

    Let me do the groundwork for you!

    Research and thorough checking of facts and figures, collection of additional background information will give you the depth, the profundity your are after and peace of mind.

  • Recent work

    Friend @
    words&music
    New! We are taking our lyric dramas onto the virtual stage, new recordings coming soon.

    save the date: 25 May @Barnesmusicfestival

    His Quest for Peace - Andrzej Panufnik

    a Lyrik Drama with Clare Hammond, piano, and Tama Matheson 6pm 8pm St Mary's Barnes

    Project Management

    A Baroque Collective with a Difference

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

    Design & Content

    for Barnes Music Festival since 2017

    Website, Festival programme, Social Media, etc.

     

    Festival Brochure 2020 pdf

     

    "Congrats on a super-stylish programme... Really classy – and inviting.” 

    Gyles Brandreth (writer, broadcaster, former MP)

    Website Design

    Website Design&Content

    actor, writer, director

    Website Design&Content

    musician, double bass, viola da gamba, violone

     

    Book Project Management & Edit

    Composers of Barnes by Eleanor Oldroyd

    In this book to mark the 2016 Barnes Music Festival, BBC broadcaster Eleanor Oldroyd has put together informative and often affectionate biographical profiles of eight leading Barnes composers.

  • About

    Kirsten has worked within the classical music scene since her first job at Credit Suisse CH in the Sponsorship department, happily supporting festivals, concert tours and up and coming artists. In Germany she went on working as a consultant with organisations such as the Kronberg Academy and Cologne Music College. Kirsten turned to writing, translating, editing and website design during family leave. Her clients included Sotheby’s, Discovery Asia, Netflix and of course musicians & music festivals. Kirsten is responsible for the Barnes Music Festival website, brochure, twitter and instagram, and worked as a project manager for Baroque ensemble Solomon’s Knot and on various projects around the UK and abroad.​ Recently she added Poesis production to that list to combine her love of words&music.
     
    "I enjoy working with a team or on my own as long as there is a creative challenge - whether combining music with management, a website with good stories or social media with content, in the UK or on the continent. I love initiating unique collaborations and happiest when working across art forms."

    Work

    Music

    Solomon's Knot, Poesis, Kronberg Academy, Barnes Music Festival, Richmond Performing Arts Festival, Davos Young Artist in Concert, Aurora Orchestra London, Bach.Club, Individual Artists

     

    Film, Publisher, Journalists and Designer

    Chu Associates, TVibe UK, Discovery Asia, Netflix, Rombach Verlag/Publisher

     

    Corporate Institutions

    e.g. Credit Suisse, Digital Strategy Agency Mavens of London, Christie's, Sotheby's

     

    Colleges and Schools

    Cologne Music College, Private Girls School, London

    Project Management in 2020

    A short summary of a trip abroad in times of Covid

    Just before the Covid Curtains came down again, we managed to pull it off and Solomon’s Knot gave two concerts in Hamburg at the end of October. The stars aligned in the end, planes took off, tests were organised at the last minute (as Germany had put the UK on their high risk list just before take off), the Tropeninstitut changed their schedule for us, results came back just in time, rehearsals were moved, performers jumped in, the acoustic was fabulous and social-distant friendly, the stage plan worked out to the last mm, a newly introduced curfew that day did not dampen the festive mood after the concerts. So grateful to all the people on both sides of the channel who helped make this happen.

  • London UK, Frankfurt D, Klosters CH

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