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“How wonderful it is to collect enough means for a great cause!” Johann Wolfgang Goethe
studied recorder at the Staatliche Musikhochschule Karlsruhe, received a DAAD scholarship for the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and the Koninklijk Conserva­torium in The Hague. Her international concert performances as a soloist with orchestra led her to domestic and foreign music centres and performances at international festivals, TV recordings, e.g. for the ARD in an artist’s portrait: “Musikstreifzüge – Virtuose Blockflöte”, international concert tours with the Goethe Institute and recordings at EMI-Electrola, ambitus and Capriccio complete her artistic activities. 

Since 1995 Myriam Eichberger is a professor at the FRANZ LISZT Conservatory of Music Weimar. In this function she manages projects with music of the 16th to 18th centuries as well as that of the 20th century and teaches students who have won several international prizes. She also is engaged in creating an infrastructure for ancient music in Thuringia. To that end she worked in the team of the Festival for Ancient Music in Thuringia, “Güldener Herbst”. Since its founding, she has been chairwoman of “Bach in Weimar”, and since 2008 she manages the BACH BIENNALE WEIMAR. 

She lives in Weimar and Florence.