H E L E N
D A B R I N G H A U S
U p c o m i n g
15.12.2019, 18:00 Uhr
Mariendom Hildesheim
Rutter: Magnificat

21.12.2019, 19:00 Uhr
St.Johannis, Lüchow
Weihnachtsoratorium Teil 1-3

23.01.2020, 19:30 Uhr
Großes Haus Brandenburger Theater
Ibert-Konzert
Brandenburger Symphoniker

24.01.2020, 19:30 Uhr
Großes Haus Brandenburger Theater
Ibert-Konzert
Brandenburger Symphoniker

25.01.2020, 19:30 Uhr
Großes Haus Brandenburger Theater
Ibert-Konzert
Brandenburger Symphoniker

26.01.2020, 16:00 Uhr
Nikolaisaal Potsdam
Ibert-Konzert
Brandenburger Symphoniker

N e w s

Review of "The Young Beethoven" on MusicWeb

"This is a very well recorded release, with plenty of spaciousness in both its stereo and SACD mixes.[...] Helen Dabringhaus has a well-centred but fairly gentle tone which suits the period of the music very well indeed. Pianist Fil Liotis creates a great deal of colour and interest in the accompaniments, and if you are up for some up-beat chamber music then this is a nice place to be."
(www.musicweb-international.com)


You can find the full review here.

New Reviews of the CD B. Molique

"A highly enjoyable disc:
The playing is excellent throughout, although Helen Dabringhaus should be singled out for the beautiful, smooth and mellow tone of her flute; it often sounds like a period wooden instrument [...]. There is a great sense of ensemble and enjoyment here[...]"

(www.musicweb-international.com)


This and other reviews you can find here.

New SACD released!

My new CD with Duo FlautoPiano has been released on MDG. Check out our trailer for a first impression of „The Young Beethoven”:




Special Prize


Photo: Stefan Imielski

At the winners concert of the 4th International Theobald Böhm Competition on Oct. 02 2019 in Munich I received the Special Prize for Alto Flute.

First Recording:

Parnassus Akademie I recorded the Flute-Chambermusic by Bernhard Molique.

Debut-CD released!

In September 2017 my album „Rendezvous” was released on MDG.

"Ms. Dabringhaus is a master flutist, given strong accompaniment by Sebastian Berakdar. Excellent sound with a natural concert hall atmosphere."
(www.classicalcdreview.com)

You can find the reviews of the CD
here

François-Joseph Fétis - Konzert für Flöte und Orchester, 1. Allegro
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