Sabine Meyer, born 30 March 1959, in Crailsheim, Baden-Württemberg is a German classical clarinetist. Meyer began playing the clarinet at an early age. Her first teacher was her father, also a clarinetist. She studied with Otto Hermann in Stuttgart and then with Hans Deinzer at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover, along with her brother, clarinetist Wolfgang Meyer, and now-husband, clarinetist Reiner Wehle, who played later in the Munich Philharmonic
Sabine Meyer is one of the world’s most renowned instrumental soloists. It is partly due to her that the clarinet, a solo instrument previously underestimated, recaptured the attention of the concert platform. New Project : "Sabine Meyer - Mozart Arias". Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed approximately 50 concert arias for the great singers of his day, some for the concert stage, but also to be inserted in operas by other composers. Most of these arias are rarely performed and have been relegated to obscurity, although many of the works are real treasures.
Basset Horn – Sabine Meyer (tracks: 4 to 8). Clarinet – Sabine Meyer. Clarinet – Wolfgang Meyer (3) (tracks: 12 to 14). Conductor – Herbert Blomstedt (tracks: 1 to 3), Jörg Faerber (tracks: 15 to 17). Ensemble – Trio Di Clarone (tracks: 4 to 8).
Sabine Meyer has been a much-celebrated soloist with more than three hundred orchestras internationally. She has given guest performances with all the top-level orchestras in Germany and has been engaged by the world’s leading orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo, the Orchestra of Suisse Romande, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Radio Orchestras of Vienna, Basel, Warsaw, Prague and Budapest as well as. numerous additional ensembles
Meyer began playing the clarinet at an early age. Her first teacher was her mother, also a clarinetist. She studied with Otto Hermann in Stuttgart and then with Hans Deinzer at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover, along with her brother, clarinetist Wolfgang Meyer, and now-husband, clarinetist Reiner Wehle, who played later in the Munich Philharmonic. She began her career as a member of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Berlin Philharmonic, where her appointment as one of the orchestra's first female members caused controversy.
Sabine Meyer - A Portrait. 9 tracks · 28 June 2010. Great Recordings of the Century - Weber: Clarinet Concertos 1 & 2, Concertino in E flat, Clarinet Quintet.