Vocals & Guitar
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Sibylle Kynast was performing as a singer of Germany's first folklore group, the City Preachers, alongside Alexandra, Inga Rumpf and Udo Lindenberg, since the 1960s.
She brings the message of coming together through international understanding to people of all cultures and religions.
Horst Memmen studied classical guitar with Klaus Buhé and Christian Kaiser at the Bremen Conservatory. He teaches at the Bremen Music School as a guitar teacher and has received lectures at the Hochschule für Musik and the University of Bremen.
During his studies, he worked as a studiomusician at Radio Bremen. His particular preference is the renaissance and ancient music. Through his musical competence he forms the backbone of the ensemble.
Violin & Percussion
Sorin Ferat began playing the violin at the age of 6 and studied music in Bucharest. He specialized in classical violin playing, laying the foundations for his musical career.
Inspired by Eastern European Gypsy Music, he developed a virtuosic, folkloristic style early on, expressing his extraordinary improvisational style. His emotional and melodic solo performances give the songs of Sibylle Kynast an individual, musical note.
Paul Rudolf already played in the 60s, together with the guitarist Horst Memmen, in big bands and other formations different styles of jazz from swing to latin. His double bass play is the indispensable basis for the sound picture of the singing songs.
He is a designer from the inside - so it is obvious that he is very enthusiastic about the design of all graphic elements for advertisement and P.R. of the ensemble.