Sabine Knodt

Sabine Knodt has been a member of the Schimmer PR team since December of 2014. Before joining the cologne-based agency she worked as an administrator at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, where she was responsible for scheduling, concert management and project planning. She gained her first practical experiences in tour and operative project management through her work for the Baltic Sea Youth Philharmonic, which she managed parallel to her studies.

Sabine Knodt majored in the bilingual applied literary and cultural studies program of the TU Dortmund in conjunction with Loyola University in New Orleans with an additional minor in Music and Journalism. She went on to earn a MA in international arts management, specialising in music management, at the Center for International Arts Management of the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Cologne (HfMT Köln). Sabine Knodt has been playing the violin since her early school years and regularly plays in an amateur orchestra.


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