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Christine  Hoock

Country of origin: Germany

Christine Hoock works internationally as a soloist, in chamber music ensembles, and in orchestras. She has performed at many international festivals. Concert tours have taken her to Japan, China, the USA, South America, Europe, and Russia. During her studies with Gunter Klaus in Frankfurt and Franco Petracchi in Geneva, Christine Hoock founded the Frankfurter Kontrabass Quartett, which gained international recognition with its concerts, radio and television recordings, and the CD “Quattro Contra Bassi”. A prize-winner of international competitions, she was appointed principal bass of the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne when still a young artist. Christine Hook has made several recordings in collaboration with European radio stations. She released solo CDs “Bassa Nova”, “Contrabajisimo”, and “worldwidebass”. She also produced a play-along practice CD of the Dittersdorf Concerto for students. Christine Hoock is a professor of double bass at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and, besides her busy concert schedule, holds master classes at international academies and festivals. She is a jury member at competitions and, in collaboration with Jeunesses Musicals and the EUYO, supports up-and-coming double bass players. She plays an English instrument by William Tarr from 1848.

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Christine Hoock works internationally as a soloist, in chamber music ensembles, and in orchestras. She has performed at many international festivals. Concert tours have taken her to Japan, China, the USA, South America, Europe, and Russia. During her studies with Gunter Klaus in Frankfurt and Franco Petracchi in Geneva, Christine Hoock founded the Frankfurter Kontrabass Quartett, which gained international recognition with its concerts, radio and television recordings, and the CD “Quattro Contra Bassi”. A prize-winner of international competitions, she was appointed principal bass of the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne when still a young artist. Christine Hook has made several recordings in collaboration with European radio stations. She released solo CDs “Bassa Nova”, “Contrabajisimo”, and “worldwidebass”. She also produced a play-along practice CD of the Dittersdorf Concerto for students. Christine Hoock is a professor of double bass at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and, besides her busy concert schedule, holds master classes at international academies and festivals. She is a jury member at competitions and, in collaboration with Jeunesses Musicals and the EUYO, supports up-and-coming double bass players. She plays an English instrument by William Tarr from 1848.

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