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NATHAN EGEL

 

Born in 1992, Nathan studied fine art at HBK-Braunschweig and is primarily a self-taught artist in the disciplines of painting, sculpting, and music. Primarily focused on large format oil paintings which take the viewer on a journey void of time. Nathan is also a virtuoso musician who experiments with a vast array of instruments, he enjoys pushing the boundaries of sound. Exhibited in Berlin, Freiburg, Badenweiler, Gomera, and Müllheim.

 

 

TIL GOLD

 

Born in 1984, Til began to draw at an early age and was continually curious about the different mediums of artistic expression. He studied the arts of animation and drawing at HFF "Konrad Wolf" Potsdam-Babelsberg. Til is a multi-talented artist who’s works include video-art, 2D-animation, and photography as well as conceptual installations. Beside his artistic works, Til works for multiple commercial brands and is continually playing in the spaces in between. Exhibited in Berlin, Paris, New York, Hiroshima, and Müllheim.

 

 

RAPHAEL EGEL

 

Raphael Egel is a German artist and musician. Throughout his youth Raphael developed a truly unrestricted form of self expression by combining many of his talents into a vast array of disciples, from drawing to painting to sculpting to music. He developed his music style as a multi-instrumentalist ignoring traditional genre boundaries, and ultimately creating experimental sound collages. Raphael’s paintings and drawings show a contrasting style from rough drafts to perfect lines, but his object art ranges from mainly ready-made and transient up to delicate, abstract, wooden sculptures. Exhibited in Mexico City (Mexico), San Pedro (Guatemala), Lissabon (Portugal), Kronach, Kulmbach, Sulzburg, Müllheim, and Freiburg.

 

 

DAVID FISCHER

 

As a scholar of the Helene-Rosenberg-Foundation, since 2011 David has studied singing with Reginaldo Pinheiro at the Hochschule fuer Musik Freiburg, accompanied by master classes with Brigitte Fassbaender and François-Xavier Roth.He has prestigiously sung throughout many concert halls in Germany, two notable occasions are The Konzerthaus Freiburg with the Freiburger Bachchor and Orchester in Ludwig van Beethoven's Mass in C major, and The Minster Konstanz with the Suedwestdeutsche Philharmonie in Johann Sebastian Bach's St Matthew Passion. David made his opera debut in March 2015 at the Easter Festival of the Berlin Philharmonics at the Baden-Baden Theater as Trémolni in Jacques Offenbach's Opérabouffe La Princesse de Trébizonde. In June 2017 he will be singing in Richard Strauss's Opera Salome at the Oper Leipzig. Impressum