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Matthias Haase began his musical career with the guitar in rock music and jazz before the oboe became his instrument.
He received his first lessons from Fumiaki Miyamoto, and after just two years he began studying oboe at the Berlin University of the Arts, first with Prof. Karl Steins and later with Hans-Jörg Schellenberger.

In 1990 he began studying early music at the Akademie für Alte Musik, Bremen, specializing in baroque oboe with Hans Peter Westermann, followed by further studies with Alfredo Bernardini and Marcel Ponseele.

In addition to various orchestras, he worked at a music school in Berlin. One of his main focuses was ensemble and orchestral work, both as an orchestra leader and as a wind instructor.

He made several trips to France with his youth wind ensemble and took part in a production of the Deutsche Oper.

In 2000, the collaboration with Berlin jazz musicians began as part of the Classical Music Meets Jazz project, which led to the discovery of the composer Alec Wilder and the founding of the Alec Wilder Octet Berlin.

From 2002-2004 he studied music education and concert pedagogy at the Detmold University of Music.

Final theses on the topic: Music and soccer:

Changing lives through music - the opportunities of music education in social projects.

In addition to teaching, his work focuses on early music, and for 15 years he has directed the youth baroque orchestra, the small baroque band,

exploring the subject of jazz, in recent years regularly attending the Oboemania Academy with Jean-Luc Fillon

is particularly committed to social music projects, currently collaborating with Al Kamandjati, Ramallah

In seiner Freizeit spielt er Fußball bei Viktoria 89, Berlin , außerdem aktiv als Schiedsrichter