Cellist from Vienna, Austria,
who attended the Musikgymnasium and studied with
Wolfgang Herzer, Hilde Langer-Ruhl
and Eberhard Zwolfer.
who he has worked include Barocktrio Wien, the EOS-Quartett, the Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra and the Vienna
November 1988, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra appeared at the University of Michigan
Hill Auditorium in Ann
Arbor where they performed the overture from The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart, “Der Rosenkavalier Suite, Op. 59”
by Richard Strauss and Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14 by Hector Berlioz.
Cellists of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra took the stage in Brahms Hall at Musikverein Wien on 14th December 2007. Their recital included Johann
Sebastian Bach’s Christmas
Oratorio (Cantatas I-III) and Heitor Villa Lobos’s “Bachianas
Brasileiras No. 5” with mezzo-soprano
March 2008, the EOS-Quartett visited the Phillipsbergkirche where they interpreted Franz Joseph
Haydn’s 7 letzten
Worte Jesu’ am Kreuz.
up a pair of quartets by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel and “Quintetto per pianoforte ed archi” by Cesar Franck, with Sandro
de Palma at the keys, on 7th November 2009.
July 2010, they participated in the Bregenz
Festival at Lake
Studio for a
wall-to-wall Mieczyslaw Weinberg recital. The program, which featured pianist
Doris Adam and soprano Talia Or, included the Polish master’s “Jewish
Songs, Op. 13”, “Piano Quintet, Op. 18” and “Three
Palms, Op. 120”.
Symphony Orchestra and Eroica Trio interpreted
Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Concerto for Violin, Cello and Piano in
C major, Op. 56” (“Triple Concerto”) in Foellinger Great Hall at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts on 8th
November 2011. The concert
concluded with Johannes Brahms’ “Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op.
November 2012, the Eight Cellists of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra gave a benefit
concert at the Tiroler Landeskonservatorium. Highlights included “Die Moldau” from Ma
Vlast by Bedrich
Smetana, the overture from Manon Lescaut by Giacomo
Puccini and a suite from The
Nutcracker by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
which Andreas appears include: Acht Cellisten der Wiener Symphoniker Live aus dem Casino Baumgarten:
Johann Sebastian Bach/Heitor Villa-Lobos;
Fiori Musicali Triberg Vol. 1 – Vol. 6 with the Baroque
Ensemble of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra; and, Mieczyslaw Weinberg: Sonata for Violoncello and Piano No.
2/Piano Quintet with the EOS-Quartett.