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Søren L. Schirmer, Sören Lukas Schirmer, Sören Schirmer, Cello, Einbeck, Hannover, Fotograf, Photographer, Fashion, Cellist, Portrait, Göttingen, Composer, FIlmmusik, Model Hannover, Beautyphoto, Landschaft, Kollektion Wiedemann, Prints , Tilmann Wick, Berlin Short Film Festival, Bruce Tetsuya, Denver, Toronto International Film Festival

At the age of seven he began playing the cello, followed by two  prizes (Jugend Musiziert) in the Category cello solo, as well as the beginning of early studies at the IFF ( Hanover University of Music) at the age of 13.


He quickly moved to the IFF of the HMTM Hannover under the supervision of Prof. Martin Brauß and became an early student, later a junior student of Prof. Tilmann Wick - with whom he has been working with since August 2016 - he started his bachelor's degree at the HMTMH in October 2019 under Prof. Wick, Prof. Paolo Bonimini. He also draws on the experience of various master classes - both for chamber music and also for solo (including 50th German chamber music course 2014, Forum Artium, Festival MusicAlps in France). His teachers include Markus Becker, Harriet Krijgh, Oliver Wille, Paolo Bonomini and Tilmann Wick.

He looks back with gratitude on the generous support of the AKB Stiftung and the Bösenberg Foundation.

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Composer &   Producer

Being a multi-instrumentalist - piano, cello and organ - meant that he automatically began to compose at an early age. Improvisations and small classic pieces at first. In order to be able to bring these to life, especially in complex formations, he later began to learn the essentials of music production and recording technology, which led through experiments to the production of the first unpublished orchestral pieces.


,,Composing is like breathing out creatively as a musician.''

The synth-heavy-beat like soundtrack for 'A Dance for' (2021) was his first release and appeared in different film festivals - from Berlin to New York. This resoluted in contact with other Directors from the USA, Canada, Sweden, Norwegen, Iceland and Germany such as Bruce Tetsuya (2020 Cannes Short Film Festival) with whom he worked on EMBERS (Denver Short Film Festival, Berlin Short Film Festival Award Winner), PROJECTIONS and ARIA.

His studies as a classical musician and the technical knowledge allow him to cover a wide range of contemporary orchestral sounds and to incorporate live recordings with musician colleagues as well as high-contrast syhnths into his music. He works in his own independent studio based in Hannover, Germany.

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