Music Without Quarantine – An Interview with Benedict Klöckner

Music Without Quarantine Benedict Klöckner Michael ThalliumThis is the third interview of the series “Music connects People” for Music Without Quarantine. The two previous interviews of the series were with the Spanish harpsichordist Diego Ares and the American bass singer & lutenist Joel Frederiksen. On this occasion, I had the privilege to speak with the great German cellist Benedict Klöckner. Benedict is one of the musicians who participated in the project Music Without Quarantine from a very early stage. He is a very active musician on social media since the COVID-19 quarantine and confinement started in many countries in the world by March 2020. A generous artist, always smiling and open to discover new horizons in music as well as in life, Benedict has played with many different orchestras and collaborated with outstanding musicians such as the Ukrainian pianist Anna Fedorova. Both recorded a fantastic album with works for cello and piano by Chopin and Franck. For those of you who wish to know a bit more about the career and professional activity of Benedict, please take a look at his web page:

It’s a short and nice interview. It only takes 11 minutes and you’ll learn about the anecdote why Benedict’s left hand is bigger than his right hand… Enjoy it!

Michael Thallium

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