• Kirsten Fehring





  • Music


    Creative Partnerships,

    Artistic Planning


    Project Management,


    music projects





    Content Strategy


    newsletter, social media



    Music Festivals

    Concert Tours

  • What's next

    in October and November


    20 OCTOBER 7PM

    with Nicholas Mulroy & Pawel Siwszak

    We would love you to join us for an evening with Schubert, the premiere of Bach Club’s first full on-line concert
    Register here for the free premier and join us on the day or listen whenever you have time.



    A new Orchestra for the Chilterns

    Nordic Giants

    inaugural concert 23 October 19.30

    Tickets here

    The very first professional Orchestra for the Chilterns. Founded by three musicians during lockdown, Nicholas, Eva and Jonathan realised that some of the most celebrated and sought after musicians were living in the area. Together with over 20 other musicians, they decided to form an ‘Orchestra for the Chilterns’.

    One Concert Series -

    many different perspectives

    A 'new kid on the block' is curating, planning, playing, directing, recording and filming with friends - unusual programmes in unusual spaces.


    The feeling of working together in one space is priceless.


    check out instagram @zarek_ensemble

    ...more info coming soon



    I Shall Hear in Heaven

    Beethoven - a drama of words and music with Tama Matheson

    & the London Mozart Players

    21 November 19.00

    Tickets wimbledonmusicfestival


    Tama’s profound and beautiful new play brings to life the devastating, thrilling, heart-breaking and triumphant tale of Ludwig van Beethoven. I Shall Hear in Heaven is a homage to the man and his extraordinary music.




  • partners, projects, plans & programmes

    Producer and Creative Partner for Zarek Ensemble @ janzahourek.com

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

    We are working with some exceptional artists in front and behind the camera and microphone, enjoying the process immensely and looking forward to putting it all out there soon.

    Creative Partner @ bach.club

    We just received funding from the fantastic people at the Continuofoundation for an exciting project. I can't wait to tell more

    Website Design&Content janzahourek.com

    musician, double bass, viola da gamba, violone


    Photos ©Oskar Chu

    Collaborator @ echormusic

    Orchestra for the Chilterns

    Project Management @ Solomon's Knot (2018-2020)

    A Baroque Collective with a Difference

    I 'travelled' with them for 2 1/2 inspiring years (2018-2020)

    BARNES Music Festival

    Website/Brochure Design & Content  2016-2021

    "Congrats on a super-stylish programme... Really classy – and inviting.” Gyles Brandreth (writer, broadcaster)


    Social Media

    (here with Caroline Taylor, soprano)

  • 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 designed and updated the Barnes Music Festival website, produced the festival brochure, and was looking after twitter and instagram for the last 5y, she also worked as a project manager for Baroque ensemble Solomon’s Knot for the last 2 1/2y and currently on various projects around the UK and abroad.​ She developed Poesis production together with Tama Matheson to combine her love of words&music and produced various shows over the last few years. At the moment she is producing a number of concert film projects with Jan Zahourek, having put together a great backstage team for some fantastic musicians on stage and as a creative partner with Pawel at Bach.Club.
    "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."



    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

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


    Corporate Institutions

    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.

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