Prof. Christian Altenburger
Altenburger, Christian
Prof. Christian Altenburger studied at the University of Music of his hometown Vienna and with Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School New York.
Prof. Arnulf von Arnim
Arnim, Arnulf von
Prof. Arnulf von Arnim was born in Hamburg, studied in Frankfurt, Stuttgart and with Pierre Sancan in Paris. He took part in master classes with Claudio Arrau and Wilhelm Kempff. He won first prize at the "Viotti" in Vercelli and "Maria Canals" competitions, among others.
Prof. Stefan Arnold
Arnold, Stefan
Prof. Stefan Arnold studied with Prof. Hans Leygraf at the conservatories in Hanover, Salzburg and Berlin.
Markus Bellheim
Bellheim, Markus
Prof. Markus Bellheim tours as a pianist on international stages and festivals. He is particularly committed to contemporary music. His recordings have been awarded various prizes, including the German Record Critics' Prize.
Prof. Ingo Dannhorn
Dannhorn, Ingo
Prof. Ingo Dannhorn is professor of piano at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen. He previously taught as a visiting professor at the renowned Yonsei University in Seoul/Korea, at the universities in Munich, Augsburg, Bremen and the Wiesbaden Music Academy.
Prof. Clara Dent-Bogányi
Dent-Bogányi, Clara
Prof. Clara Dent-Bogányi comes from a family of musicians, grew up in Salzburg and won international prizes, including the ARD Competition in Munich.
Claudio Estay
Estay, Claudio
Born in Santiago de Chile, Claudio Estay studied percussion first at the conservatory of his hometown, then at the University of Music and Theatre Munich.
Wolfgang Gaag
Gaag, Wolfgang
Prof. Wolfgang Gaag studied sound engineering at the Technical University of Berlin and music (French horn) at the same time. He became principal horn of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra in 1969 and joined the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra as principal horn in 1980.
Prof. Daniel Gaede
Gaede, Daniel
Prof. Daniel Gaede was concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic from 1994 to 2000. As a soloist he has performed with leading orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra London and the Polish Chamber Orchestra with conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti and Michael Tilson Thom.
Prof. Bernd Glemser
Glemser, Bernd
Prof. Bernd Glemser experienced an almost meteoric rise to fame as a pianist. As a student of Vitalij Margulis, he won 17 international music competitions in succession from 1981 onwards.