The Germasn choral conductor and organist, Hauke Ramm, studied in Hamburg church music, organ with Professor Rose Kirn, choral conducting with Professor Hannelotte Pardell and orchestral conducting with GMD Professor Klauspeter Seibel. During his studies he attended courses with Harald Vogel, Michael Radulescu, Andrea Marcon, etc. After the A-Exam, he spent an academic year in Venice (organ lessons with Andrea Marcon, harpsichord with Edward Smith).
In 1995, Hauke Ramm was appointed as Kantor and organist of Christuskirche Hamburg-Othmarschen. Since 2002 he is Director of church music at St. Wilhadi, Stade, and thus an organist at the Erasmus-Bielfeldt organ of 1736. He directs he cantoral work of the two Churches, which is divided into children's choirs, youth choir, chamber choir and Stadtkantorei Stade. The district specialist advisor as a church music director has eight church districts in the Elbe-Weser region, one of the world's most important organs.
As an organist, Hauke Ramm has performed in many European countries. He was also involved in several CD productions and radio recordings.