Evelyn Huber - Harp
Evelyn Huber – solo harp
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet (New York)
Harp & Cello – Evelyn Huber & Christopher Herrmann
Inspire Trio
Inspire Quartet
Evelyn Huber Solo Harp & Orchestra

Evelyn Huber – solo harp

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To hear Evelyn Huber on solo harp is an unforgettable experience in sound, passionate and fiery, meditative and ethereal at the same time. Inspired by tango, jazz, expressionism and the Latin American joie de vivre, she has developed a unique music style all her own, carried by her sunny temperament and dedication to her music.

The recipient of the Bavarian Culture Prize and two-time winner of the Echo (with Quadro Nuevo) jams, hums, buzzes, whistles and swings on the harp, effortlessly allowing it to resonate with exquisitely woven melodies at a stunning pace. Flirtatious at times, it then seduces us with the most tender and angelic of strings. With charm, technical perfection and boundless enthusiasm, Evelyn Huber draws an unprecedented range of soundscapes from this wonderful instrument.

Biography

Evelyn Huber studied harp with Helga Storck, graduating with a Master’s degree from the “Hochschule für Musik und Theater” in Munich where she subsequently taught harp from 1998 to 2009. In 2007 she was appointed visiting professor at the Guildhall School of Music in London.

Evelyn began early on to cross conventional musical boundaries, continuing to sound out the possibilities presented by the grand concert harp. Jazz workshops in the United States, concert activities with various ensembles around the world as well as her solo performances have made her a virtuoso in the genres of jazz and world music.

The extraordinary mastery of the harp with which she became known around the world has now been brought to the music of Quadro Nuevo, of which she was a member from 2008 to 2020. In 2010 and 2011, the ensemble was presented with the German Music Award in the category “Live Act of the Year”.

Evelyn Huber has also been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards including the Bavarian Cultural Award and has been presented with the Jazz Award of the German Phonographic Industry a number of times.

Numerous CD recordings with a wide variety of musical combos are evidence of the vast scope of Evelyn Huber’s unique artistry on the harp.



Calm DIGITAL:
Evelyn Huber on Linkfire


Somerville Samba DIGITAL:
Evelyn Huber on Linkfire



Blurry Footprints Evelyn Huber - harp solo
Evelyn Huber
Blurry Footprints
harp solo from the album CALM

Liberetto (by Lars Danielsson) Evelyn Huber - harp solo
Evelyn Huber
Liberetto (by Lars Danielsson)
harp solo from the album CALM
Evelyn Huber - Harfe

Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet (New York)

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Fiery rhythms - Impressionistic Soundscapes - World Chamber Music for Harp & String Quartet

Evelyn Huber - Harp
Fung Chern Hwei - Violin
Gregor Hübner - Violin
Ron Lawrence - Viola
Jeremy Harman - Cello


The stars of contemporary music meet the Bavarian Culture Prize recipient and two-time ECHO winner. Together, they span the arc between the new and the old world in their own very unique way. The Sirius Quartet sees itself as a classical string quartet breaking new ground with improvisation and jazz, a parallel to the equally classically trained harpist Evelyn Huber, who is just as much at home in improvisation as she is in world music.

Their playing is precise, transparent and at the same time ethereal, surprising. "...every breakout solo seemed as inevitable as it was spontaneous..." The Wall Street Journal said of the Sirius Quartet, which always brings echoes of Europe with it. Together with Evelyn Huber, who in turn has long found musical inspiration in the United States, the styles intertwine to form an unusual and wonderful blend of sounds.

It is their shared roots in classical music that all five naturally and playfully develop and enrich with jazz and improvisation.

The program includes atmospheric original compositions influenced by jazz and electrifying world music as well as impressionistic and tangoesque gems. The music flies euphorically jnto a completely new corner, surprising, delighting and carrying the listener along. It is a dance without movement, an mediation bursting with energy.



Para Un Mejor Mundo DIGITAL:
Evelyn Huber on Linkfire



Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Para un mejor mundo - short version
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Nilade
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet


Evelyn Huber - Harfe

Harp & Cello – Evelyn Huber & Christopher Herrmann

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Christopher Herrmann - Cello
Evelyn Huber - Harp

Outwardly fragile, inwardly powerfully pulsating, but always warming chamber jazz, which oscillates between the silence of the two musicians' own compositions and their instruments harp and cello and storytelling tonal force.


Christopher Herrmann - Cello
The exceptional cellist creates a wide variety of musical landscapes on baroque, modern and electric cello. In addition to classical music and his interest in modern music, his curiosity for music from other cultures inspired him to develop his own musical language. He always puts the cello in new, unfamiliar contexts and develops special playing techniques especially for this. In addition to compositions for solo cello, he also writes works for large ensembles and gives concerts as a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, piano, erhu, sarod, etc.

Evelyn Huber - Harp
The recipient of the Bavarian Culture Prize and two-time winner of the Echo (with Quadro Nuevo) jams, hums, buzzes, whistles and swings on the harp, effortlessly allowing it to resonate with exquisitely woven melodies at a stunning pace. Flirtatious at times, it then seduces us with the most tender and angelic of strings. With charm, technical perfection and boundless enthusiasm, Evelyn Huber draws an unprecedented range of soundscapes from this wonderful instrument.


Evelyn Huber & Christopher Herrmann
Evelyn Huber & Christopher Herrmann
harp & cello
Evelyn Huber - Harfe

Inspire Trio

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From the moment ...

Evelyn Huber:
Harp
Matthias Frey: Grand Piano
Christopher Herrmann: Cello

Music for the inner cinema - an exciting musical journey!
Four acoustic instruments - four very different musical personalities, inspiring each other with their unconventional ways of playing. A special chamber music, evoking powerfully subtle dreamlike images. In creative dialogue, listening, together. Silence & fire. An evening of musical sensuality.


Inspire – Lavendel by Evelyn Huber
Inspire
Lavendel by Evelyn Huber
Inspire – Auroras Lächeln by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire
Auroras Lächeln by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire – Valparaiso by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire
Valparaiso by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire – Nilade by Evelyn Huber
Inspire
Nilade by Evelyn Huber
Inspire – Lavendel by Evelyn Huber
Inspire
Lavendel by Evelyn Huber



Evelyn Huber - Harp

The renowned world musician, recipient of the Bavarian Culture Prize and two-time Echo winner, including the "Best Live Act of the Year" along with her band Quadro Nuevo, jams, buzzes, hums, whistles and swings on the harp, evoking fast-paced and intricately woven melodies from her instrument, every now and then enchanting and flirting on delicate angelic strings. With charm, enthusiasm and technical perfection Evelyn Huber evokes from the harp soundscapes unheard of until now.

Matthias Frey - Grand Piano

A musician in constant motion. As well as producing CDs of his own music and that of other artists, he performs at concerts and festivals, composes music for feature films and documentaries, serves on the jury of the German World Music Award CREOLE and organizes a concert series for Peace and International Understanding as well as the international Weltklang Festival and the Film Music Festival in Bad Ems.
He plays the grand piano like a stringed instrument, eliciting unusual and unique sounds through the use of a variety of playing techniques and thereby opening wide the door for musical communication with the music of other cultures.

Christopher Herrmann - Cello

This exceptional cellist creates a profusion of diverse musical landscapes on baroque, modern and electric cellos. In addition to his love of classical music and his interest in their contemporaries, his curiosity about the music of other cultures has inspired him to develop a musical language all his own.
He continues to bring the cello into new and unfamiliar contexts and has developed special playing techniques specifically for this. In addition to compositions for solo cello, he also writes works for large ensembles and performs in concert as a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, piano, erhu, Sarod etc.
Evelyn Huber - Harfe

Inspire Quartet

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From the moment ...

Evelyn Huber:
Harp
Matthias Frey: Grand Piano
Christopher Herrmann: Cello
Ramesh Shotham: Percussion

Music for the inner cinema - an exciting musical journey!
Four acoustic instruments - four very different musical personalities, inspiring each other with their unconventional ways of playing. A special chamber music, evoking powerfully subtle dreamlike images. In creative dialogue, listening, together. Silence & fire. An evening of musical sensuality.
The quartet’s first CD "inspire" has been released by GLM Music in September 2016.


Inspire – Lavendel by Evelyn Huber
Inspire
Lavendel by Evelyn Huber
Inspire – Auroras Lächeln by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire
Auroras Lächeln by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire – Valparaiso by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire
Valparaiso by Christopher Herrmann
Inspire – Nilade by Evelyn Huber
Inspire
Nilade by Evelyn Huber
Inspire – Lavendel by Evelyn Huber
Inspire
Lavendel by Evelyn Huber



Evelyn Huber - Harp

The renowned world musician, recipient of the Bavarian Culture Prize and two-time Echo winner, including the "Best Live Act of the Year" along with her band Quadro Nuevo, jams, buzzes, hums, whistles and swings on the harp, evoking fast-paced and intricately woven melodies from her instrument, every now and then enchanting and flirting on delicate angelic strings. With charm, enthusiasm and technical perfection Evelyn Huber evokes from the harp soundscapes unheard of until now.

Matthias Frey - grand piano

A musician in constant motion.As well as producing CDs of his own music and that of other artists, he performs at concerts and festivals, composes music for feature films and documentaries, serves on the jury of the German World Music Award CREOLE and organizes a concert series for Peace and International Understanding as well as the international Weltklang Festival and the Film Music Festival in Bad Ems.
He plays the grand piano like a stringed instrument, eliciting unusual and unique sounds through the use of a variety of playing techniques and thereby opening wide the door for musical communication with the music of other cultures.

Christopher Herrmann - Cello

This exceptional cellist creates a profusion of diverse musical landscapes on baroque, modern and electric cellos. In addition to his love of classical music and his interest in their contemporaries, his curiosity about the music of other cultures has inspired him to develop a musical language all his own.
He continues to bring the cello into new and unfamiliar contexts and has developed special playing techniques specifically for this. In addition to compositions for solo cello, he also writes works for large ensembles and performs in concert as a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, piano, erhu, Sarod etc.

Ramesh Shotham - Percussion

A native of India, percussionist Ramesh Shotham is one of the most versatile and extraordinary voices of the jazz and world music scenes creating, with his distinctive and complex playing, a unique fusion of different cultures.
His ensemble "Madras Special" sets new standards in world music.
Shotham has collaborated with musicians such as Charlie Mariano, the WDR Big Band, Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, the Karnataka College of Percussion, Steve Coleman, Jonas Hellborg, Sigi Schwab and Ronan Guilfoyle.
Evelyn Huber - Harfe

Evelyn Huber Solo Harp & Orchestra

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Neue Impressionen für Harfe & Orchester

von Deborah Henson-Conant, Alberto Iglesias, Gregor Hübner, Willi März, Wolfgang Neumann & Evelyn Huber

 

 

Drei Versionen sind buchbar:

1. Evelyn Huber - Harfe

    als Gastsolistin 

  

2. Evelyn Huber  - Harfe

    Gastsolistin

    &

    Elisabeth Fuchs

    Gastdirigentin

  

3. Evelyn Huber - Harfe

    Solistin

    &

    Elisabeth Fuchs

    Dirigentin

    &

    Philharmonie Salzburg

 

 

Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
My Mothers Mexican Hat
by Deborah Henson-Conant
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Merceditas
by Deborah Henson-Conant
Evelyn Huber & Sirius Quartet
Baroque Flamenco
by Deborah Henson-Conant

 

 

Repertoire: (complete full-length programme or in excerpts possible):

 

Soñando en Español (Deborah Henson-Conant) (22min)

- My Mother`s Mexican Hat (6:16)

- Merceditas (7:58)

- Baroque Flamenco (7:45)

 

- Nilade (Evelyn Huber, arr. Peter Hinderthür) (4:41)

- Viva Brasil (Willi März) (8:30)

- Para un mejor mundo sinfonico (Gregor Hübner, arr. Jakob Lakner) (5:51)

- Sunday Morning (Wolfgang Neumann, arr. Leonhard Kuhn) (4:58)

- Lavendel (Evelyn Huber, arr. Peter Hinderthür) (5:42)

- Los abrazos rotos (Alberto Iglesias, arr. Andie Heyer) (3:51)

 

Evelyn Huber - Harfe