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    Bezirk Oberfranken

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    Haus Marteau auf Reisen

    Musikzauber Franken



    Internationale Musikbegegnungsstätte Haus Marteau
    Lobensteiner Str. 4
    95192 Lichtenberg
    Tel: (0 92 88) 6495


    Ludwigstraße 20
    95444 Bayreuth
    Tel: (09 21) 604-1608
    Fax: (09 21) 604-1606

    Künstlerischer Leiter
    Prof. Christoph Adt
    Schubertstraße 4
    90491 Nürnberg

    Dr. Ulrich Wirz
    Ludwigstraße 20
    95444 Bayreuth

    Prof. Daniel Gaede

    was born in Hamburg in 1966, studied under Thomas Brandis (Berlin), Max Rostal (Switzerland) and Josef Gingold in the USA and was a fellow of the German National Academic Foundation, the German Music Council and the Abbado-Young-Musicians-Trust. Awards include the Eduard Söring prize, Hamburg (1986 and 1987) and the Joseph Joachim prize of the Academy of Arts Berlin (1989). Several prizes in international competitions, including the “Carl Flesch Competition” in London and the “Artist International Competition” in New York. As a soloist he performed with leading orchestras (Philharmonia Orchestra of London, City of London Sinfonia, Polish Chamber Orchestra und the Vienna Philharmonic) and conductors (Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti and Michael Tilson Thomas) as well as in renowned concert halls (Royal Albert Hall in London, Barbican Hall London, Carnegie Hall in New York, Seoul Arts Center, Suntory Hall and Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall in Tokyo, NCPA Beijing, in the Musikverein in Vienna and the Berlin Philharmonic) and at festivals (Mozartfest Würzburg, Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, Rheingau Music Festival, St. Moritz Music Festival, Kissinger Summer, Klangbogen Vienna, Lockenhaus and the Pacific Music Festival). Active chamber music with N. Gutman, M. J. Pires and P. Tortelier. Until 2003, member of the Gaede-Trio. Founded the piano trio “Cécile” with the pianist Xuesu Liu and the cellist Julius Berger. Together with Oliver Triendl, Volker Jakobsen and Gustav Rivinius he played in the Tammuz-Quartett. CD recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, Octavia Records, Cpo, Tacet, Largo and Sony. In 2002 he received the French “diapason d´or”. From 1994 to 2000 Daniel Gaede was concert master at the Vienna Philharmonic and since October 2000 he is professor at the School of Music in Nuremberg.




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