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I wish to thank the Ensemble Elb'an Flutes and Philine Zadow for the very special event on Saturday: they played my first two African Suites, Djaboué and pina ya phala, and the Gallery showed the pictures Philine Zadow painted ABOUT my music. Amazing pictures! You can see some of them on my FB page, and soon here. I am really thrilled by this art-to-art-translation! The concert will be repeated in the Kulturschloss Wandsbek, 28.10. at 8pm!

I am looking forward to the next workshops: On October 22 I will give a whole-day-workshop from 10 am to 6:30 pm in Hamburg! For the latter workshop you can register under axel.bodendieck@arcor.de. And on the weekend 16./17.th of June 2018 there will a full-weekend Workshop at Mollenhauer in Fulda. I hope to see you all there!

In the beginning of October I will publish four new music sheet: UMOYA (Wind) is a well playable piece for recorder orchestra that had its premiere in June by the recorder orchestra Nordwind (north wind). IMIBALA YENJABULO (the colours of happiness) is my first Suite for Recorder Solo and Piano. It's a real concert piece, I wrote it for amazing Meng-Heng Chen from Taiwan and played the Premiere with her on July 2 and 3 this year. Ixesha is my African Suite No. 20, that I wrote for the BOREAS-Quartet from Bremen. The Premiere will be this Saturday at the ERTA-Congress in Michaelstein. Last but not least I will edit my first two Suites for Double Bass Solo: Ayiyeki (Never Stop!) und Umbalisi Mabali (Der Geschichtenerzähler.) I wrote them for the amazing double bass player Marcin Oles from Poland.

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Sören Sieg (*1966) learned to play the recorder, violin and piano as a child and later the saxophone, trumpet, guitar and drums. He studied Sociology, Politics and Music in Hamburg and Bielefeld. He toured with his a cappella group LaLeLu for 18 years throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 2012 he has lived as a composer and author in Hamburg. He has published ten books and numerous works for classical ensembles that are played all around the world. read more »