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Christoph Angerer

Christoph Angerer

violin, viola, viola d'amore
studied violin, viola and music sociology at Stuttgart and Vienna and founded the Concilium musicum Wien in 1982. Worldwide concerts, numerous recordings for CDs, radio and television. 1993-2012 lecturer at the Music University Vienna. Teaches masterclasses.
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Maud Breisach

Maud Breisach

violin
studied violin and baroque violin at Salzburg and Vienna. Active in concerts especially with period performance ensembles and orchestras as well as with chamber music ensembles.
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Peter Frisée

Peter Frisée

organ, harpsichord
studied in Graz and Vienna, diploma with distinction with Roman Summereder, laureate of different competitions. Initiator and artistic director of „Das Orgelfest“ and „Kultur im Prater“. International concerts as a soloist and with chamber music ensembles. Radio and CD recordings.
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Ute Groh

Ute Groh

violoncello
studied cello in Graz and Vienna. Intensive concert activities in Austria and abroad, mainly with chamber music.
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Andreas Hadamek

Andreas Hadamek

violoncello
born in Vienna. Studied violoncello (music education) with professor Ernst Knava at the University for Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna. Teaches at the music school of Tulln/Donau since 1994. Concerts in Austria and abroad with variable ensembles and orchestras.
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Cecilia Hatos

Cecilia Hatos

violin, viola
studied violin and choir direction in Budapest and Vienna. Since 2014 freelance musician as well as a member in different Austrian and Hungarian ensembles and orchestras. Teaching and choir direction in Vienna.
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Gebhard Heegmann

Gebhard Heegmann

bariton
vocal studies at the University for Music and Dramatic Arts Vienna and at the Sibelius Academy Helsinki. Work as freelance singer, mainly at concerts. Emphasis on contemporary and baroque music.
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Andreas Hengl

Andreas Hengl

horn
horn studies in Graz and Oberschützen. Specialisation on natural horns without valves of different periods. Active in concerts as member of orchestras and as a chamber musician. Numerous concert tours in Europe, Asia and South America.
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Katharina Humpel

Katharina Humpel

oboe
studied modern and period oboes in Vienna and Salzburg and works with ensembles such as Concilium musicum Wien, Barucco, Concerto Romano, Concentus Musicus Wien and others. Laureate of competitions as soloist and with ensembles. Lecturer of masterclasses.
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Siegfried J. Koch

Siegfried J. Koch

trumpet
studied at the Haydn-Conservatory and at the Music University in Graz. He is a zink and baroque trumpet specialist and plays with notable orchestras and ensembles such as the Vienna Philharmonic. He teaches at the Music University in Graz. Several CD recordings complete his musical activities.
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Dorothea Krassnitzer

Dorothea Krassnitzer

clarinet
studied clarinet in Vienna and completed her music education studies in Graz. In addition to chamber music concerts she plays in opera and operetta productions and symphonic concerts with different orchestras in Austria and abroad.
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Susanne Kührer-Degener

Susanne Kührer-Degener

violin
Artistic and educational studies in Cologne, Vienna and Budapest. Freelance musician for different orchestras and ensembles, mainly around Vienna on modern and baroque instruments. Lecturer at the Vienna music school.
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Matthias Lill

Matthias Lill

timpani and percussion
born in Vienna. Studied percussion instruments in Vienna with Mag. Ernst Theis and Prof. Kurt Prihoda. Lecturer at the music school in Bisamberg/Leobendorf. Freelance musician in different ensembles in Austria and abroad.
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Heidi Manser

Heidi Manser

soprano
vocal studies at the Music University Vienna and at the conservatory Vienna. Active as singer in opera, operetta and concerts mainly in Central Europe.
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Luís Morais

Luís Morais

violin
born in Lisbon, studied in Vienna. Numerous solo and chamber music performances as well as radio and CD recordings with renowned ensembles and orchestras. Teaching at the J.S.Bach-school in Vienna and at masterclasses in Europe and America. Co-founder of the Æon Quartet.
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Herwig Neugebauer

Herwig Neugebauer

double bass, G-Violone
studied in Graz and Vienna. In his musical activities he focuses on continuo-playing as well as chamber music of the 18th and 19th century.
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Milan Nikolic

Milan Nikolic

violin
studied violin at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, then violin performance and music education at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. Numerous concerts in Austria and abroad with various orchestras and chamber music ensembles. He is also working as a pedagogue.
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Albin Paulus

Albin Paulus

Geißbock, Maultrommel
musicology studies in Vienna and Cremona, worldwide concert activities, international prizes as jew’s harp virtuoso (Yakutsk) and bagpipe player (St. Chartier 1995/2005). Yodeller and archaeolo-musician. Teaching at the music school, University of Music and University in Vienna.
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Robert Pinkl

Robert Pinkl

flute
studied in Salzburg, Graz and Vienna. Intensive engagement with old music and historical flutes and creation of an own collection. International concerts as soloist, chamber musician and orchestra musician. Lecturer at masterclasses.
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Boris Pelikan

Boris Pelikan

horn
studied in Graz and Vienna and graduated from the University of Applied Siences „Technikum Wien“. Worldwide concert activities with orchestras and as a soloist. Recordings for CDs and radio, for example with the Ensemble Wien and the Wiener Geigenquartett.
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Silvia Radobersky

Silvia Radobersky

harp
studies and concert diploma at the University of Music in Vienna. Solo harp of the Tonkünstlerorchester NÖ. Worldwide concert activity as a soloist and chamber musician. Participation in various ensembles and all major Vienna orchestras. Teaching at the music and art school St. Pölten.
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Amarilio Ramalho

Amarilio Ramalho

violin, viola
born in Lisbon. Studied violin and viola at the University of Music in Vienna. Active in chamber music concerts. Founder and violinist of the Æon Quartet Wien.
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Martina Reiter

Martina Reiter

viola, violin
studied violin, viola and baroque viola in Linz, Salzburg and Vienna. Intensive engagement with chamber music („Trio Melisande“, „Trio 1800“), early and contemporary music, as well as regional folk music. Concert tours throughout Europe, Canada, Asia, America.
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Katalin Sebella

Katalin Sebella

bassoon
studied in Gyor and Budapest and graduated with distinction. She has played extensively in concerts all over Europe and Asia as well as in North and South America, mostly as a soloist with renowned ensembles and conductors. Numerous CD, DVD and radio recordings.
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Natalia Sharay

Natalia Sharay

soprano
studied at the Moscow Conservatory and at the Music University Vienna. Longtime ensemble member of the Novaya Opera Moscow. Worldwide concert and opera activities. Studying historical vocal techniques. Collaboration with period performance ensembles.
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Roland Spindler

Roland Spindler

viola
graduated from the Music University of Vienna with Wolfgang Klos and plays in different orchestras (among others Tonkünstlerorchester NÖ, Salonorchester „Alt Wien“). He is also active in cultural management.
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Christoph Traxler

Christoph Traxler

piano and piano-forte
is a versatile pianist who performs both as a soloist with renowned orchestras and as an accompanist. Volkhard Steude, the trio „The Clarinotts“ as well as members of the Vienna Philharmonic are among his chamber music partners. Worldwide tours and masterclasses.
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Peter Weitzer

Peter Weitzer

trumpet
studied at the University of Music in Graz with Prof. Hans Meister. From 1986 to 2008 first trumpet of the Bruckner Orchestra Linz. Since 2008 freelance musician in Vienna.
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Bernhard Winkler

Bernhard Winkler

timpani and percussion
born in Mödling, studied classical percussion with Prof. Ulrike Stadler at the Joseph Haydn Conservatory in Eisenstadt. He plays in various ensembles and orchestras, dealing with music from ancient times to the present.
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