Thea Nielsen

Thea Nielsen has worked as a professional flautist in solo and chamber music performances throughout Europe, Asia, the USA and Australia for many years. After completing her studies at the "Universität der Künste Berlin" with Wieland Roscher, Thea received a scholarship to the "Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris" where she was a student of Thomas Prevost. Thea has also studied with Jean-Pierre Rampal and Trevor Wye.

Today, as well as her Duo with guitarist Oliver Fartach-Naini (University of Adelaide, Australia), Thea performs regularly with the Berlin based pianist Markus Wenz (Academy of Music "Hans Eisler", Berlin) and sometimes with the "Neuköllner Oper Berlin".
Since 2007 she performs regularly with Friedemann Johannes Wieland, 1st Organist at the Münster in Ulm.

In spring 2009 Thea recorded some of his compositions for flute and guitar with composer Carlo Domeniconi.

Carlo Domeniconi as well as Argentine composer José Cibils have dedicated solo works to her.

Thea's latest passion is the study of the Persian flute - the Ney, with the master Hossein Omoumi, in Paris.

Thea teaches at the Music Schools ?Fanny Hensel? in Berlin Mitte and ?Leo Kestenberg? in Berlin Tempelhof-Schöneberg.

Thea Nielsen plays an Altus 1607 flute.

Projects with Thea Nielsen

Seite drucken