Constanze Fiebig

  • grew up in Brandenburg (Havel)
  • Member of the orchestra since 1992

Constanze Fiebig studied in Berlin at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music with Alfred Lipka. Before joining the Konzerthausorchester, she was principal viola in the Large Radio Orchestra Berlin from 1984. A passionate chamber musician, she played for many years in the Kammerorchester Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, among others.


What would you be doing if you hadn’t become a musician?

From an early age I have been interested in nature, the richness of plants, animals and their fascinating interplay. Being outdoors in nature, on foot, by bike, with a camera, using all my senses and observing, learning, understanding and respecting connections – this is one of my most important inspirational sources. With the increasingly noticeable endangerment of our environment, it has become more and more important and necessary for me to become actively involved. To this end, I design my garden ecologically, as a member of NABU and as a member of an environmental group. Today I would study biology, botany, ecology and environmental protection.

Which favourite place in Berlin do you recommend when you have visitors?

The Britz Garden at any time of year.


For this event, you will not receive tickets through our webshop. You will therefore be redirected to an external page of the organizer. If you have any not completed bookings on, they will be dissolved after 20 minutes.