Annedore Wienert has studied Oboe at the Hochschule für Musik in Leipzig. She made her diploma as orchestral musician in Berlin with Prof Burkhard Glaetzner. She also participated in master classes with Gregor Witt, Maurice Bourge, Ingo Goritzki, Günther Passin among others as well as she made extra studies with the baroque oboe with Wolfgang Kube. In 1993 she won the semifinal at the international oboe competition in Great Britain. She was playing at festivals in Athens, Salzburg, as well as in Neerpelt/Belgium, Haifa/Israel, Istanbul and at the Early Music Festival in Boston. She has been playing and recording regularly with a lot of orchestras, for instance Radio Symphony Orchstra Berlin,Berliner Kammeroper,the Philharmonic Orchestra Cottbus the German Filmorchestra Babelsberg,”Kammersymphonie Berlin” the Berliner Symphoniker and the Rundfunkblasorchester (brass and woodwind ensemble) Leipzig. It is Annedore´s artistic achievement to transform early music with contemporary sounds into our modern time. Therefore she took the chance to work in the Duo "Necessarily Two"with the jazz pianist Peter Wegele to melt the sound of her instruments with the modern sound of the jazz piano. In addition she is educated at the "Institut Mitte Berlin" by Pete Josephs for teaching Alexander Technique, Training for the body awareness and Coaching musicians. Since 2012 she has her own praxis "KörperImTakt" in Berlin.In the moment she takes part at a training in Psychological Process Work by Urs Büttikofer.