Teldex Studio Berlin was founded in 2002 and continues the great tradition and history of Telefunken and later Teldec Classics and their recording teams.
Legendary recordings have been made here.
Since the modernization in 2003 Teldex Studio Berlin is one of the biggest private recording studios in the world.
The location is a relaxing and inspiring ambience in the south-west part of the media metropole Berlin.
The famous recording hall, the state of the art equipment - including a unique collection of vintage microphones - and the experience of the producers and engineers ensure first class productions, no matter what style of music.
is one of the leading classical music producers of our time. Since 1986, he has been a producer for Teldec Classics and Teldex Studio and has recorded over 400 CDs and DVDs for all major labels. He has been working regularly with many distinguished conductors and soloists such as Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Mehta, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Gustavo Dudamel, Martha Argerich and Arcadi Volodos. As a representative managing director of Teldex Studio he is in charge of the business affairs of the studio.
We mourn a friend, our colleague, and the founder of our company TOBIAS LEHMANN 15.5.1965 - 1.3.2022 We are thankful for everything we were able to build up and share with him. His creative power, his deep musicality, his clearcut words and his sound humor have shaped the character of our studio for decades. To remember and value these memories will be our pleasure and mission.
has been in classical production for the last 30 years and has brought out more than 500 audio and video productions. He has been awarded 6 Grammies and has received many other honors for his work. As well as being a Producer for harmonia mundi France, he is also producing for Teldex Studio, working with many labels and with conductors, orchestras, ensembles, soloists and singers.
has been working as sound engineer and producer for many years. From 1999 on he is recording for Teldex with internationally known soloists, ensembles, orchestras and conductors. These productions have been regularly awarded and honored. Additionally, René Möller is teaching as a professor at the University of Arts' Tonmeister Department.
started working for Teldex in 2016 and has been part of numerous film and pop music productions as well as orchestral sample recordings. His interest in different musical genres is widespread and therefore he has a broad understanding of sound. Besides recording he enjoys producing electronic music and playing the guitar.
After completing Music School at the HdK Berlin, Dagmar Nissen first worked as teacher. She soon turned to managing cultural activities, where she was involved in concert and event management, in the planning of events combining concert and dramaturgical elements, as well as in the conception of music-literary events and music theatre. Dagmar became Studio Manager at Teldex Studio Berlin in 2005.
has completed Tonmeister and piano courses at the Universität der Künste Berlin. In addition, in 2007 he earned a master’s degree at the Open University Business School. For Teldex Studio he has been contributing to recordings and to postproduction of classical music since 2000.
works as a free-lance sound engineer in the areas classic and jazz. Since 2005 he has been in close cooperation with Teldex Studio Berlin working on classical music projects. The many successful jazz and big band productions are proof of his comprehensive musical sensitiveness and his enthusiasm for new sounds.
studied piano and Tonmeister at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold. He has been freelancing for several years as a producer and engineer for classical music and was involved in many CD- and DVD recordings. Since 2013 he is regularly working for Teldex Studio Berlin on recording and postproduction.
studied Tonmeister in Berlin, Paris and Banff/Canada. He works as a freelance recording producer and engineer and joined the Teldex-team in 2014. When he is not recording, he loves to sing in his chamber choir and play the violin in orchestras.