Hille Perl, musician, gamba-player, has played music as long as she can think. For her, music is the foremost means of communication between human beings, more precise and intense and unmistakable than language, of greater emotional significance than any other experience besides love. To her, music is a means of connecting not only the past and the future but also a way of socially integrating the most conflicting aspects of existence. She travels the world, playing concerts and recording CDs with different groups or soloizing, mostly in the field of 17th and 18th century music but also letting the music take her to places she never even dreamed of. When she is not travelling she lives in a farmhouse in northern Germany with her family and a few chickens, horses, cats and a dog. She passionately teaches her six students at the Hochschule der Künste in Bremen, Germany, everything she knows about music, playing the gamba, and how not to be jealous if someone plays better than you.
Music of the The Kremsier Court Orchestra.
Ute Hartwich Barocktrompete
Henry Moderlak Barocktrompete
Sebastian Krause Barockposaune
Christian Beuse Dulzian
Georg Kallweit Solovioline, Violine I
Daniel Deuter Violine II
Lothar Haass Viola
Andreas Pilger Viola
Clemens Nuszbaumer Viola
Hille Perl Viola da gamba
Jörg Meder Violone
Frank Pschichholz Chitarrone, Barockgitarre
Alexander Weimann Orbel, Cembalo
G.F.Handel. Sonatas for the Recorder..
Dorothee Oberlinger Blockflöten
Anton Steck Violine
Hille Perl Viola da Gamba
Thomas Boysen Laute, Theorbe, Barockgitarre
Carsten Erik Ose Bassblockflöte
Katharina Braha Fagott
Alexander Puliaev Cembalo