Eva Amsler, flute
Studied in Bern (Günter Rumpel) and Freiburg im Breisgau (Aurèle Nicolet). She was second solo flutist with theSt. Gallen Symphony Orchestra (Switzerland), professor of flute at the Vorarlberg State Conservatory in Feldkirch (Austria) and is a member of "ENIF-aktuelle Musik"
Since 2001 Professor of flute at Florida State University, Tallahassee. She gave master classes in U.S.A., Japan, Austria, Switzerland, and Bolivia. International concert activity as a soloist and chamber musician. Numerous CD and radio recordings.
Claudia Dora, violin
Studied in Bern (Ulrich Lehmann) and Rome (Felix Ayo). 1990-1999 concertmaster of "Kammerorchester Basel”, 1993-2001 teaching at the "Hochschule für Musik und Theater” in Biel (Switzerland).
She is a member of the "Trio Basilea” (piano trio). International concert activity. Since 1995 she has been developing her own body centered violin technique and a new approach to teaching. 2003 she founded her own school skit in Basel. CD recordings with ambitus, novalis, Pan Classics, Müller&Schade.
Renée Straub, viola
Renée Straub was born in San Francisco.
She studied with Donald McInnes and the La Salle Quartet at the conservatory of Cincinnati.
Further studies at the Menuhin Academy in Gstaad. 1983 - 1993 she was a member of Camerata Bern; worldwide concert activity and numerous LP-, CD- and radio recordings.
Renée Straub gives presently concerts as a member of several chamber music groups and as a soloist.
Besides these activities she is a viola and violin teacher.
David Inniger, cello
Studied in Bern (Johannes Bühler) and Cologne (Siegfried Palm). Master courses with Trio Beaux-Arts and Maurice Gendron
He teaches at the Köniz music school, and is a member of "La Strimpellata Bern” and "Trio Basso di Berna”
Käthi Steuri, double bass
Studied in Bern (Bela Szedlak) and Geneva (Franco Petracchi). She was a member of the orchestra at the Menuhin-Academy in Gstaad (Switzerland).
She is a member of various chamber music ensembles including "Camerata Bern”, "La Strimpellata Bern”, and "Trio Basso di Berna”.
Shalev Ad-El, harpsichord
Graduated from the Royal Conservatory of The Hague.Soloist among others with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Israel Chamber Orchestra Ad-El held teaching positions in Dresden (92-93), Brno (92-00) and Boston University (99).
Since 1992 conductor of Oslo Baroque Soloists and since 1997 regular guest conductor of Halle/Saale Philharmonic Orchestra. Inter-national concert activity as a soloist, chamber musician, and conductor. More than 30 recor-dings for labels such as Chandos, Accent, CPO, Denon and Koch International. Homepage Shalev Ad-El