16 May 2025


10:30 am


Carl Roewer bassoon
Róisín Fleming piano

Carl Roewer and Roisin-Fleming


Works by J. S. Bach, Mozart, Saint-Saëns and others

Irish born bassoonist Carl Roewer is currently studying for his bachelor’s degree with Professor Henrik Rabien at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg in south-west Germany. Beginning his studies at the MTU Cork School of Music, Carl enjoys a varied and international performing career throughout Ireland, Germany and the UK.

As a soloist, Carl is no stranger to the stage, and made his concerto debut in front of the Irish President performing with the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland in 2022. His playing was described by Waterford News as ‘graceful and wistful’, and since then he has also appeared as soloist with the 1885 Orchestra in London in June 2023. In July of the same year, he performed a Vivaldi concerto accompanied by members of the Irish Baroque Orchestra. As a chamber musician, he will appear as the ‘Rising Star’ young artist at the Killaloe Music Festival in Ireland this summer.

A keen orchestral player, Carl has held the principal position in the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland, Ulster Youth Orchestra, MTU Symphony Orchestra and Orchestre Camerata de’ Bardi van Nederland. As well as this, he is regularly invited to perform with the Kammerphilharmonie Freiburg, Kammerorchester der Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, and the MTU Project Orchestra. Carl also has an eager interest in period instrument performance, and is an active baroque performer in Freiburg.

Róisín Fleming began learning the piano at the MTU Cork School of Music, where she was a regular prize-winner in internal competitions, as well as at the Feis Maitiu and Feis Ceoil festivals. She is currently studying at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, with Professor Frank Wibaut.

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