David Orlowsky Trio
- Audio examples
- David Orlowsky - Clarinet
- Jens-Uwe Popp - Guitar
- Florian Dohrmann - Contrabass
David Orlovsky, who was born in 1981 in Tübingen and began his musical education at the age of 10 as a drummer. Three years later he moved on to clarinet. In 1997, he took a course led by Giora Feidman which let to several future joint appearances with the young clarinet talent, Orlovsky.
David Orlovsky is a multiple prize winner for the "Young Musicians Competition". Numerous concert tours with various ensembles have taken him to Scotland, Portugal and South Africa.
He was taught by Rudolf Mauz, Jörg Widmann, and Eddie Daniels, and worked with artists like Gidon Kremer and Marcia Haydee. Orlovsky also appeared as a guest at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Lucerne Festival and Gidon Kremer's legendary Lockenhaus Festival. He studied classical clarinet with Prof. Manfred Lindner at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen. Since January 2008, he has been studying with Charles Neidich at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City.
Jens-Uwe Popp, born 1967 in Rendsburg, studied guitar in Hamburg and won several prizes at international chamber music competitions. He played with many renowned artists like Efim Jourist, Ulrich Tukur and Christiane Edinger and is a long standing member of the Giora Feidman Trio. With the famous German mandolinist Jochen Roß, he published the CD-production "Zeitpunkte" and "The Ten Islands" with contemporary and Scottish music. Since 2005 he has been making music with David Orlovsky and Florian Dohrmann in the “David Orlowsky Trio.”
Florian Dohrmann, born 1972 in Tübingen, Dohrmann studied bass with Prof. Thomas Stabenow in the jazz department at the Music Academy of Stuttgart. With Dieter Ilg (Randy Brecker, Charlie Mariano) and Renger Woelderink (Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra), he continued his musical education after graduation. Composing for his chamber music ensemble is always the focus of his work. He founded his own ensemble before his study, and later imagined publishing his own material for Europe. With this idea in 1997, he found in the ensemble "David Orlowskys Klezmorim,”and in 2004 he established the publishing company “Advance Music" which includes a selection of his compositions, within the note book "Klezmania.”