Soeren Sieg Music-Video-Competition

The jury has decided: The first price of the Sören Sieg Music Video Competition 2021 is shared between Eva Jornet (Spain) and her video of The Secret of Secrets and Hiroki Niwano (Japan) and his video Desired Departure. The third price is awarded to Annette Berryman, Hesam Asadi, Tabea Wink and Claire Fontanille for their video of The Dervish and the Devil! You can see the three videos in the category videos on this site and on my Youtube Channel!
Again we would like to thank the participants from four continents for all their amazing entries. For sure there will be a third competition in 2022! If you want to read again about the conditions of the competition, please click here.


Due to lockdowns there are no concerts at the moment! This is hard for our community of musicians. Even harder consequences face the Maasai in Kajiado in South Kenya, who are threatened to die of starvation due to the third lockdown. So I decided to donate the income of the next ten score orders to this project. My friend Douglas McFalls, who founded the "Pillars of Maasai Development", explains: "We need to raise $6000 to provide food for 45 families and 15 individuals, as well as five teacher wages for an initial four weeks, though the duration of these lockdowns in unknown. Our local partner, Pillar of Maasai Development will again distribute maize (2625 kg), beans (1050 kg), oil (53 liters), and salt to the neediest." I will keep you posted, how much money I could raise. Thanks to everyone who already ordered and donated!

The next Workshop about my African recorder music is at Mollenhauer in Fulda on June 12/13, and in the hessischen music Academy in Schlitz from November 12 to November 14. I will report as quickly as possible if the workshops can actually take place because of the legal restrictions or not. Lets hope for the best!

Fresh from the printing house: Umonde, 12 Circle Songs for solo recorder and Loopstation, 64 pages for 19,90€. You find a video of the second Circle Song here: The contemporary bestsellers for the lockdown are still: UKUVALELISA, 10 Miniatures for recorder solo, CADIZ for recorder and piano (here is the second movement from the premiere in Sydney:; and TELL THEM I'VE HAD A WONDERFUL LIFE in the version for recorder and piano. Here is the video of the second movement THIS ONE MOMENT: Happy Easter!

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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 »