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Roland Krämer

The German violist Roland Krämer studied with Eckart Klakow and Eberhard Klemmstein in Erlangen, continuing his studies with Hatto Beyerle at the Musikhochschulen of Vienna and Hanover, where he obtained an honours degree in performance in 1989.

Prior to graduating, he played in several orchestras, including the Nuremberg and Dortmund Philharmonic orchestras. He joined the Concertgebouworkest in November 1989.

Krämer has been a member of the Amsterdam Bach Soloists, the Viotta Ensemble, the Ebony Band and the Ebony Quartet since 1990.

Roland Krämer plays an early 19th century viola of the Salzburg instrument builder A. F. Mayr, given to him on loan by Foundation Concertgebouworkest.

Roland Krämer

The German violist Roland Krämer studied with Eckart Klakow and Eberhard Klemmstein in Erlangen, continuing his studies with Hatto Beyerle at the Musikhochschulen of Vienna and Hanover, where he obtained an honours degree in performance in 1989.

Prior to graduating, he played in several orchestras, including the Nuremberg and Dortmund Philharmonic orchestras. He joined the Concertgebouworkest in November 1989.

Krämer has been a member of the Amsterdam Bach Soloists, the Viotta Ensemble, the Ebony Band and the Ebony Quartet since 1990.

Roland Krämer plays an early 19th century viola of the Salzburg instrument builder A. F. Mayr, given to him on loan by Foundation Concertgebouworkest.

The German violist Roland Krämer studied with Eckart Klakow and Eberhard Klemmstein in Erlangen, continuing his studies with Hatto Beyerle at the Musikhochschulen of Vienna and Hanover, where he obtained an honours degree in performance in 1989.

Prior to graduating, he played in several orchestras, including the Nuremberg and Dortmund Philharmonic orchestras. He joined the Concertgebouworkest in November 1989.

Krämer has been a member of the Amsterdam Bach Soloists, the Viotta Ensemble, the Ebony Band and the Ebony Quartet since 1990.

Roland Krämer plays an early 19th century viola of the Salzburg instrument builder A. F. Mayr, given to him on loan by Foundation Concertgebouworkest.

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    Roland Krämer - image: Mladen Pikulic
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    Roland Krämer during the world tour in 2013. - image: Anne Dokter
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    Warming up by viola player Roland Krämer for the rehearsal with Gustavo Dudamel at La Salle Pleyel in Paris.
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    Roland Krämer says goodbye to maestro Nicolaus Harnoncourt.
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    Roland Krämer, viola; Fred Edelen, cello; Georgina Poad, double bass; Simon Van Holen, contrabassoon