Hauke Siewertsen holds an artistic degree in cello performance (Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar) and is highly trained in the fields of psychology and movement science: He is a sports psychology expert (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg), a sports scientist (Leibniz University Hannover) and has completed numerous further and advanced training courses, e.g. as a mental trainer (German Mental Trainer Academy), in the field of musician coaching and the Alexander Technique (Institut Mitte, Berlin).
At the Institute for Music Physiology and Musician’s Medicine of the HMTM Hannover, he leads and coordinates the area of movement and teaches various courses in the areas of musician’s psychology, sensomotorics and physio- and psychoprophylaxis. Furthermore, he is a lecturer for mental training at the HfM Weimar. In addition, he regularly gives courses, workshops and lectures on music psychology topics, e.g. at the HfMT Hamburg, the Landesmusikakademie Nordrhein-Westfalen and Niedersachsen or as part of the Lied Academy of the International Lied Center Heidelberg.
Hauke Siewertsen lives in Hanover and works there individually with professional musicians and music students.