Kärt Ruubel was born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1988 and has resided in Germany since 2008. Her many musical activities, including chamber music and numerous solo performances, have led to appearances in Estonia, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Ireland, and England. Kärt Ruubel’s piano recitals are notable for their great variety, with the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and rarely-heard or unknown works holding an especially prominent place in her programs. As a passionate chamber musician, she has made appearances in different ensembles at such renowned festivals as the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, Usedom Music Festival, Hohenlohe Cultural Summer, and Gezeitenkonzerte in East Frisia. In addition, she has been featured on radio recordings for NDR and BR Klassik. Kärt Ruubel is a founding member of the neophon ensemble, with which she has dedicated herself to contemporary music and interpreting the acoustic visions of today’s generation of composers with great passion and devotion, collaborating with such prominent composers as Jörg Widmann, Wolfgang Rihm, Walter Zimmermann, and Peter Ruzicka. Raised in a musical family, Kärt Ruubel came into contact with classical music at an early age. From 2008 to 2016 she studied at the Rostock University of Music and Theater in the class of Matthias Kirschnereit and Stephan Imorde. She received further artistic guidance from Angela Hewitt, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Bernd Goetzke, Martin Roscoe, Jacques Rouvier, and Dmitri Alexeev. During her studies she held scholarships from the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation and Horst Rahe Foundation, as well as the Concerto Music Scholarship from the Alfred Toepfer Foundation F.V.S. She was awarded the DAAD Prize in 2010.
The Artist's Homepage: https://www.kartruubel.com
Auff die Ma˙erin
Suites by J. S. Bach, J. J. Froberger, J. J. Fux and G. F. Handel
Kärt Ruubel, Piano