Hubbe has been studying bassoon at the music conservatories of Gothenburg and Vienna, as well as musicology at Uppsala University. He has been playing in a number of different youth and amateur orchestras in Sweden and Germany. In addition, he had professional assignments and solo performances, even premieres of new compositions in Sweden, Germany and the US. He has even been leading wind ensembles and obtained through many years of music listening a great repertoire knowledge. For some semesters he has been employed as a music teacher in different schools on primary and secondary level. As a bassoon teacher he has been working at music schools in Sweden and Germany. Hubbe has a great interest in the discovery of lesser known classical music, both newly composed and older music, which has caused him to make his own editions.
Juliane is active in various cultural fields and has obtained quite a few different educations. In Germany, where she was born and raised, she studied musicology, German linguistics, and older German literature. In Sweden, she graduated as a German teacher at Linnaeus University and added even library and information science (digital libraries and information services at Borås University) to her qualifications. She has been playing cello, double bass, violin, and piano for many years and singing in different choirs. Her first experience in teaching younger children how to play recorder and piano she already got at the age of fourteen, when she gave lessons to gain extra pocket money. Later, she has been teaching German and Music on different levels, from primary school to University, in both Sweden and Germany. Painting has always been Juliane's greatest hobby, which is why she during the years 2016-2017 went through teacher's training in Vedic Art, a method for developing art and creativity.
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