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“I am musician and my instrument is the classical guitar. I love to play concerts, music is my passion and I dedicate my life to it, feeling blessed to share my love for music with my audiences” says Heike Matthiesen, one of Germany’s top classical guitarists.
Many in Addis Ababa don’t know her but a few will after her concert, to be held on September 25, 2015 at the Goethe Institute.
Reviews rave about her virtuosity and enthusiasm as she graces stages across the global. Heike Matthiesen has performed in many countries; she played in the United States, Russia, Japan, China, Mexico and France just to name some. She has also performed on stages of Schleswig-Holstein Festival and Salzburg festival in Austria.
Born in Braunschweig, she received comprehensive musical training on the piano at an early age and only took up the guitar when she was 18. About a year later, she started studying at the Frankfurt Conservatory. In addition, she attended a large number of master classes with Manuel Barrueco, David Russel, Roland Dyens, Alvaro Pierri and Leo Brouwer. Pepe Romero, who taught her for several years, was a formative influence on her art.
Apart from her solo commitments, Heike Matthiesen regularly performs with chamber music ensembles, and since 1997 she has been closely affiliated with Villa Musica Mainz. She has appeared with Los Romeros and, in 2005, recorded a CD with the Spanish Art Guitar Quartet (“Bolero”, NCA).
She has had two recordings with Tyrolis, on “Sol y luna” with a Spanish-South American repertoire and “Tristemusette”, an internationally acclaimed portrait of Roland Dyens. Her most recent album “Serenade” was released in May 2013.