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Martin Bauer


Martin Bauer studied music at the Strasbourg Conservatory.


There he studied the recorder with Élisabeth Gros then Alain Sobczak and the viola da gamba with Michel Holveck.


He obtains, for each of these two instruments, a First Medal.


He practices piano, harpsichord and violone (baroque double bass) in private lessons.


He perfected his skills at the Brussels Conservatory in the class of Wieland Kuijken, obtained his higher diploma and then joined the class of Paolo Pandolfo in Basel.


He meets many artists in different fields such as improvised music, theater, baroque and contemporary dance.


The Échappée company and Fred Lescure entrust him with a creation of contemporary dance.


Alongside these investigations into contemporary music, Martin Bauer mainly works early music and participates in numerous productions which invite him as a gambist: Le Poème harmonique with Vincent Dumestre, the Parliament of Music, La Fenice, Doulce Mémoire, the Concert Royal Köln or the Poïésis ensemble, among others...


In his various recordings for the Zig-Zag, Territoires, Alpha and Accent labels, his interpretations are generally noticed.


Martin Bauer also teaches improvisation at the Conservatoire National de Région de Boulogne.

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