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A German singer in Italy

Takes piano lessons from 1983 till 1995 with Erich Kellner and classical singing lessons with Renate Dasch (1995 - 1998). Studies music at the Berlin Arts University (Hochschule der Kuenste Berlin) from 1998 to 2000, attending the instrumental courses of Prof. Jutta Schlegel (voice), Dr. Marek Bobéth (piano) and Martin Ripper (flute).

She also follows Jolyon Brettingham-Smith's music theory lessons, choir conducting courses with Harald Schwarz, ear training and basso continuo with Dr. Bodo Bischoff (Free University of Berlin). In 1999 she collaborates with Berlin's Philarmonical Choir under the direction Uwe Gronostay.

In 2000 she moves to Italy and begins to frequent the jazz theory, ear training and improvisation lessons with Roberto Nannetti and Mariano di Nunzio at the Tuscanian Jazz School.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Ida Landsberg
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