Founded in 2014, Kammerensemble Konsonanz is comprised of professional string players. Early on in its career the ensemble was awarded scholarships from the music conservatories of Hamburg and Bremen. The ensemble usually performs without a conductor, can vary in size from duo to chamber orchestra, and on occasion incorporates brass, woodwind, percussion and vocalists.
Kammerensemble Konsonanz regularly cooperates with musicians such as violinist Iskandar Widjaja, composer and flautist Efraín Oscher, trumpeter Pacho Flores, double-bassist Edicson Ruiz (Berliner Philharmoniker), violinist Stefan Latzko (Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen), cellists Johannes Krebs, Alexander Baillie and Matias de Oliveira Pinto, members of Ensemble Resonanz, and singer-songwriter Jon Flemming Olsen. The ensemble also works with dancers, video artists and writers as well as facilitating educational projects.
In 2020, the ensemble made its debut at the Berlin Philharmonie. Kammerensemble Konsonanz has recorded three albums which include world premieres. It has also accompanied several solo artist recordings.
For more information, visit www.konsonanz.com.