Clara Haberkamp | © Anne de Wolff Clara Haberkamp | © Anne de Wolff
© Anne de Wolff
Clara Haberkamp solo
21 October 2023 · 18:00 - 19:00 · Kollegienkirche

Clara Haberkamp

Clara Habercamp: piano and vocals

Pianist and singer Clara Habercamp, born in 1989 as the daughter of two jazz musicians, was already a member of the NRW State Youth Jazz Orchestra for three years before her studies in Berlin (including with Hubert Nuss, David Friedman und John Hollenbeck). Alongside piano and composition she also studied song.  Her oeuvre therefore includes accompanying musical cabaret songwriters such as Gustav Peter Wöhler and Popette Betancor as well as her own jazz trio which has released three albums with Oliver Potratz on the bass and Jarle Vespestad on the drums. She has also released a solo album for example the 2018 “Neon Hill” which further establishes her reputation for having a very distinctive and bold style which far exceeds the jazz canon. In Salzburg she will, once again, be performing solo.


Kollegienkirche | © Henry Schulz


The baroque University Church is one of the most important sacred buildings in the city. Fischer von Erlach built the church from 1696 onwards in favour of experiencing the total work of art. This idea manifests itself not only in the magnificent façade, but also in the impressive church interior, the artistic details and the current programme arrangements. As a place of meditation and music, but also a fixed point of modernity, the Kollegienkirche offers a fitting setting for musical improvisations. 
During the festival, the church will be a workshop and performance space at the same time: music, dance, projections - everything is possible.


The Kollegienkirche is barrier-free accessible. Barrier-free access is located to the right of the main entrance, through the passageway towards Furtwänglerpark. Barrier-free access is possible with a Euro-Key.