Sabine Meyer is regarded as one of the most outstanding soloists of our time. It is thanks to her that the clarinet, previously underrated as a solo instrument, has reclaimed the concert stage.
Born in Crailsheim, Sabine Meyer studied in Stuttgart under Otto Hermann and in Hanover under Hans Deinzer. She began her career as a member of the Bayerische Rundfunk Symphony Orchestra. She subsequently played with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra as solo clarinettist, a position she left as she became increasingly in demand as a solo artist.
Since then, numerous concerts and radio and television appearances have taken her to the major musical centres of Europe, as well as to Brazil, Canada, Africa, Israel and Australia. She performs regularly in Japan and the USA.