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Konstanze Waidosch was born in 1991 in Southern Germany and studied baroque cello and viola da gamba at the University of the Arts Bremen and at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (NL) with Viola de Hoog, Prof. Hille Perl and Mieneke van der Velden.


As a continuo player and soloist, she experiments with the timbres of various bass and tenor instruments, such as the basse de violon or the five-stringed violoncello piccolo. With her ensemble Marsyas Baroque she won the 1st prize of the Biagio Marini Competition in 2019, the special prize Early Music of the Ensemble Akademie Freiburg and was awarded a scholarship of the German Music Competition and accepted into the BAKJK ( Federal Selection of Concerts of Young Artists).

As a member and guest of ensembles such as the Academia Montis Regalis, the Collegium Vocale Gent Academy, the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, the Händelfestspielorchester Halle, the Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, the Bremer Barockorchester, the Göttinger Barockorchester, the Barockwerk Hamburg and the Elbipolis Barockorchetser Hamburg she moves in between the repertoire of the early 17th century and the Romantic period.

On international concert stages and festivals such as the Styriarte Festival Graz, the Festival Donizetti, the Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, the Thüringer Bachwochen, the Musikfestspiele Postdam Sanssouci, the Telemann Festtage Magdeburg, Winter in Schwetzingen, the Trigonale Early Music Festival and the Innsbruck Early Music Festival, she has performed with musicians such as Dorothee Oberlinger, Christoph Prégardien, Hille Perl, Rachel Podger, Ton Koopman, Pieter Wispelway, Michael Form and Shunske Sato.


Konstanze Waidosch currently lives in Bremen and is teaching baroque cello at the University of Church Music in Regensburg (Hochschule für katholische Kirchenmusik & Musikpädagogik Regensburg)

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