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Yesterday the Recorder Orchestra RECORDING GENERATIONS performed the first movement of my African Suite No. 21 TOMO TOMO during their concert in the big hall of the state theatre of Braunschweig. They just won the First Prize in the Category Ensemble in Trossingen with Vivaldi, Meijering and my piece. It was fantastic!

Lyme-Régis, Fulda, Paris, Hsinchu, Michaelstein and Hamburg - I enjoyed all recorder workshops of this year very much! Next year I will give two workshops about African choir music on February 10/11 and June 23/24 in Hamburg. The next workshop about my African Recorder Music will be on Juni 16/17 in Fulda. I hope to see you there!

Today five new works came from the printing company: Imibala yenjabulo for Solo Recorder and Piano - my African Suite No.18, which I composed for Meng-Heng Chen and me and which we performed at July second and third during my stay in Taiwan in Hsinchu and Taipei. A true concert piece! Then Ixesha, my African Suite No. 20, composed for the fantastic Boreas Quartet from Bremen, first performed by them on September 23 at the ERTA-Congress in Michaelstein. Umoya - commissioned by the Hamburg Recorder Orchestra Nordwind (wind from the north), first performed in June 24 in Hamburg under the conduct of Antje Susanne Kopp; and two Solo Suites for Contrabass, composed for my polish friend Marcin Oles, that we recorded end of September in beautiful Krakow: Ayiyeki (Never Stop), my African Suite No. 13, and Umbalisi mabali (The storyteller), my African Suite Nr. 14. From now on you can order the pieces here on the website!

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Sören Sieg (*1966) learned to play the recorder, violin and piano as a child and later the saxophone, trumpet, guitar and drums. He studied Sociology, Politics and Music in Hamburg and Bielefeld. He toured with his a cappella group LaLeLu for 18 years throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 2012 he has lived as a composer and author in Hamburg. He has published ten books and numerous works for classical ensembles that are played all around the world. read more »