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Karina Erhard (Flute)

The Munich based flutist and saxophonist Karina Erhard mainly works on contemporary chamber music, improvisation and performance. Above that she searches for the contact point and crossover with the other arts. Karina Erhard studied flute in the Netherlands at the Conservatories of Amsterdam and Utrecht. With various chamber music groups she played at international festivals amongst others Nuovi Spazi Musicali (I), Music Accord (F), Gaudeamus Muziekweek/NL, Ciclo de Música Contemporánea (E), Ferienkurse für Neue Musik Darmstadt, Goettingen International Handel Festival, und Münchener Biennale (D). She won prizes such as the 'Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition', Tera de Marez Oyens Prijs. Numerous composers have dedicated works to her, ranging from pieces for solo flute to chamber music for her ensembles.
Eka Kuparadze (Piano)

The Georgian-German pianist Eka Kuparadze performed regularly at youth music festivals in her homeland (among others with the orchestra of the Georgian radio).
At the age of eleven she completed her first concert tour of the Baltic states.
1989-1994 Eka Kuparadze was the young student at Tbilisi Z. Paliashvili musical Gymnasium for gifted children, teach.Veronika Tumanishvili.
1994-1999 she studied at the Tbilisi State V. Saradjishvili Conservatoir at the georgian pianist Prof. Nino Katamadze. Eka Kuparadze graduated with a diploma as a concert pianist as well as in artistic akkopmaniment and piano pedagogy.
A special interest of Eka Kuparadze is the music of Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Scriabin, as well as contemporary composers.
Since 2009, she lives and works in Munich. Since 2016-founder and member of the Ensemble MCMG (Munich Contemporary Music group).


Georg Karger (Double Bass)

Georg studied classical upright bass and began touring with German entertainer and TV personality Michael Schanze. He worked as a studio musician in TV and film, before embarking on his own exploration of musical borderlands. As a free lance musician he has played with jazz musicians Limpe Fuchs, Viktor Laszlo, Johnny Logan, Elmar Raida, but kept one foot in the classical world with engagements at the Bavarian State Opera and the Munich Symphonic Orchestra. He has toured with New York saxophonist Lars Haake and played in the orchestras of the musicals "Chicago”, "City of Angels” and "West Side Story”. For Bavarian Network television he wrote the sound tracks for the comedy "Zum Sterben schön” and for the series "Tom und die Biberbande”.