Cellist from Wurzburg who attended the State Academy of Music and
of Music and
Performing Arts. His teachers
included Valentin Erben,
David Geringas, Rudolf Gleissner,
Frans Helmerson, Ksenija Jankovic and Janos Torok.
whom he has worked include the Ariosa Quartet Stuttgart,
Collegium Viennese, Ensemble Urlicht,
the German Bundesjugendorchester and the Vienna
October 2005, Collegium Viennese collected at Haus Hofmannsthal where they interpreted Josef Fiala’s “Oboe Quartet in E flat major”,
Jan Adam Frantisek Mica’s “Quartet in C major”, Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart’s “Oboe Quartet in F major” and Franz
Alexander Possinger’s “Trio in F
major, Op. 16”.
Cellists of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra appeared in Brahms Hall at Musikverein Wien on 4th December 2007. Their recital featured Johann
Sebastian Bach’s Christmas
Oratorio (Cantatas I-III) and Heitor Villa Lobos’s “Bachianas
Brasileiras No. 5”, with mezzo-soprano
September 2010, they took the stage at the Centre des Arts Pluriels Ed. Juncker where
they performed the “Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1” of Villa-Lobos, “Barcarolle”
from Tales of Hoffman by Jacques
Offenbach, “Die Moldau” from Ma Vlast
by Bedrich Smetana and a suite from Swan Lake
by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
pianist Soojin Anjou, violinist Claire Dolby, violist
Vera Reigersberg and bassist Ernst Weissensteiner participated in the Bregenz
Festival on 21st August 2011. Their program comprised “The
Bagpiper’s String Trio”, “I Broke off a Golden Branch”
and “Piano Trio” by Judith Weir, and “Sonata for Piano”
by Hyacinthe Jadin.
November 2012, the Eight Cellists of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra gave a
benefit concert at Tiroler Landeskonservatorium. Highlights included “Akrostichon, Op. 237a” by Ernst Krenek, the overture from Manon Lescaut by Giacomo
Puccini and a suite from The
Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky.
which Michael appears include Acht Cellisten der Wiener Symphoniker Live aus dem Casino Baumgarten: Johann Sebastian Bach/Heitor Villa-Lobos and Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker & Swan Lake Suites by the Eight
Cellists of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.