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Academia de Flauta de Verão

GDurante os seus estudos em Munique e Basileia (com Peter-Lukas Graf), Stephanie Hamburger obteve bolsas de estudos do DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) e do "Deutscher Musikrat (Konzerte junger Künstler)".

Ganhou prêmios em vários concursos (1º prémio no Concurso F. Kuhlau em Uelzen, 1º prémio no Deutscher Musikwettbewerb, 4º prémio no Concurso de Kobe) e foi semi-finalista no ARD International Music Competition em Munique. Actuou como solista e músico de câmara na Philharmonie de Berlin, no Herkulessaal München, na Beethovenhalle Bonn, na NDR Radiophilharmonie, na Tonhalle Zürich, e foi convidada para o Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival, Mozartfest Würzburg, Festival de Rheinga, Hohenloher Musiksommer e Echternach Musikfestival.

Ainda durante o tempo de estudos superiores obteve um contrato temporário como flautista principal da Orquestra Filarmónica de Munique e, após terminar o seu diploma de solista, ganhou a posição de Flauta Solo da Orquestra Sinfónica da Rádio de Basileia. Por motivos familiares, desistiu do seu cargo e voltou a Munique. Lá, ocupou temporariamente o lugar de Flauta Solo. Em 1990 começou a dar aulas no Conservatório Richard Strauss, em Munique, e desde 2008 é professora na Hochschule für Musik und Theater München.

 

During her studies in Munich and Basel (with Peter-Lukas Graf), Stephanie Hamburger obtained scholarships from the DAAD and the "Deutscher Musikrat (Konzerte junger Künstler)" .
She won prizes at numerous competitions (1st prize Kuhlau Competition Uelzen, 1st prize German Music Competition, 4th prize Kobe Competition) and was semi-finalist at the ARD International Music Competition Munich. She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician i. a. in the Philharmonie Berlin, Herkulessaal München, Beethovenhalle Bonn, NDR Radiophilharmonie, Tonhalle Zürich and was invited to the Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival, Mozartfest Würzburg, Rheingaufestival, Hohenloher Musiksommer, Echternach Musikfestival.
While still a student, she received a temporary contract as principal flutist with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and, following her soloist diploma, was elected principal flute with the Basel Radio Symphony Orchestra. For family reasons, she gave up her position and returned to Munich. There she played temporarily as solo flute with the Gärtnerplatztheater in Munich and with the Bavarian Radio Orchestra.
From 1990 she taught a flute class at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich and has been a lecturer at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Munich since 2008.