Friederike Eckhardt

Friederike Eckhardt joined Schimmer PR in 2017 and currently heads the agencies’ Berlin office. Her former employers include artist management firm Impresariat Simmenauer, where she worked as both an agent and manager for eight years. During her time there she worked closely alongside renowned ensembles such as the Hagen Quartet, the Tokyo String Quartet, the Arditti Quartet and the Schumann Quartet. She also worked for soloists such as the violinist Vadim Gluzman and the pianist Louis Lortie in addition to the composer and pianist Lera Auerbach.

Friederike Eckhardt studied orchestral music at the Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ in Berlin as well as at the Hamburg Institute for Culture and Media Management. She has worked behind the scenes of various classical events since 1999.

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