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Master Class for CHAMBER MUSIC

Violin | Viola | Cello | Piano | Flute | Clarinet

14.07.2019 - 20.07.2019


David Frühwirth David Frühwirth appeared at outstanding music festivals such as Schleswig-Holstein, Gstaad Music Festival, Black Sea, Kuhmo and Ilona Feher Music Festival, in the USA (Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center), Montreal, as well as in the most important concert halls all over Europe, Russia, North-America and Israel. There are radio and TV-appearances in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary and in the USA. Mr. Frühwirth studied at the Music University Mozarteum in Salzburg with P. Roczek, J. Geise and R. Ricci and continued his studies with distinction with Z. Bron, P. Zukerman and P. Kopec in New York. Particular experience in chamber music was gathered with J. Laredo, I. Cohen and W. Levine. Mr. Frühwirth owns the famous "ex Brüstlein"-Stradivarius from 1707, placed at his disposal courtesy of the "österreichische Nationalbank". Violin

Ute Hasenauer Ute Hasenauer was concertmaster of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich, at the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra since 1999, there is also the first woman in the history of the orchestra. In 2004 she was elected a member of ESTA (European String Teacher's Association). In the same year she joined the faculty of the School of Music in Cologne. There, she directs the "Pre-College Cologne" training center for musically gifted "In addition to instrumental instruction in violin, she is involved in numerous committees for the talent research and promotion activities in the field of music. Ute Hasenauer appeared in numerous television productions at the Bayerischer Rundfunk, WDR, 3sat, MDR , SWR, Br-alpha, German wave, RTBF Belgium, Swiss television and on radio broadcasts in WDR5, WDR 3, NDR, RBB, BR4 Classic, SWR, radio Z and the Belgian radio. Since early childhood she performed as soloist with orchestra Sonata and gave numerous recitals at home and abroad, including as a member of X-ensemble for modern music. Ute Hasenauer studied at the state universities of Music in Essen, Cologne and Mannheim with Prof. V.Gradow, Prof.S.Grawriloff, Prof. W.Marschner and Prof. YUKim. she was an assistant of Prof.V.Gradow in Essen and Mannheim and Detmold Prof.YUKim. between 1980 and 1995 she was by renowned professors, like V.Gradow, A.Markov invited R.Ricci, M.Rostal, G.Poulet, H.Krebbers, YUKim and I.Stern to actively participate in master classes. Violin

Jacqueline Roscheck Jacqueline Roscheck started to teach very early. At the age of 19 she gave violin lessons at the conservatory Freiburg and was only seven years later assigned Professor of this master class. Roscheck has been teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna since 1986, where she was assigned university professor in 2000. She has worked as a lecturer at many master classes such as the Wiener Musik Seminar and the international music festival in Francesco Beletrao (Brasil, summer 2015). Moreover, she is experienced in being a jury member at music competitions (Prima la musica). As a soloist and prime violinist Roscheck has performed in the US, Brasil, Japan, the Middle East, Europe and has worked with many ensembles, i.e. the Wiener Bohème Quartett, the Wiener Concert Verein (chamber orchestra), Ensemble Instrumental de Villars-sur-Glane and Wiener Opernball Ensemble. As a violist she gave concerts with the Ensemble Musica Orphea (Basel). In addition, she contributed to the production of many CD recordings. Roscheck has performed with many musicians (Rudolf Buchbinder, Henryk Szering, Philippe Entremont, Boris Pergamenschikow) and conductors, amongst which are also Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Leonard Bernstein, Vladimir Fedosejev, Ulf Schirmer and Marcello Viotti. Furthermore, she was concertmaster of the Orchestra St. Augustin Wien, the 1. Österreichischen Frauenkammerorchesters, the Ensembles instrumental de Villars sur Glane (Swizzerland) and during a Japan tour of the orchestra Allegro Vivo under Bijan Khadem Missagh. Roscheck has been leading the Vienna Strauß Company (with members of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra) since 2002. In 2003 she launched the ensemble “Kaleidoskop”, which plays classical, romantic and contemporary music. The ensemble has been invited to several festivals: Lindau, (Germany), Bregenzer Festspiele), Trapani, Iglesias (Italy), Santorin, Loutraki (Greece) St-Gallen, Rieder Schwallenberg (Germany), Drammen (Norway). Moreover, concert tours brought her to Dubai, Brasil, France, Turkey and Swizzerland. Throughout her career Roscheck has been playing with Karl Heinz Schütz (solo flutist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra), Johannes Flieder (solo violist of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra), Erik Ummenhofer (solo cellist at the Vienna Symphony Orchestra), Walther Schulz (solo cellist at the Vienna Symphony Orchestra), Gerald Pachinger (solo clarinettist of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra), Mathilde Hoursiangou (pianist) and Anna Magdalena Kokits (pianist). Due to her dedication to contemporary music, Roscheck has interpreted works of Johanna Doderer, Elfriede Aichinger, Silvia Sommer, Richard Dünser, Rainer Bischof, Johannes Maria Staud, Herbert Willi, Dirk Dase and Helmut Schmidinger. Violin

Peter Langgartner Peter Langgartner is a professor for Viola, Chamber Music and Applied Music Theory at the Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg. He served as first viola player at the Teatro La Fenice (Venice) and with the Camerata Academica (Salzburg). As the violist of the Pro Arte Quartet he appeared in most of the renowned concert halls of the world and he has released a recording of Mozarts complete string quartets with the BMG. As a soloist he has appeared with all the renowned viola-concertos (Telemann, Mozart, Paganini, Hindemith, Feldman) in Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, USA, Canada and Japan. He appeared also as a chamber musician together with (among others) Thomas Zehetmair, Benjamin Schmid, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Alois Brandhofer and Wolfgang Meyer. Other experience was the taking part in musical cabarets and cross-over projects. He has released numerous CDs with the labels Arte Nova, RCA Red Seal and Ambitus. Viola

Andreas Pözlberger Andreas Pözlberger, born 1963, he received his first cello lessons at the age of five at the Brucknerkonservatorium Linz with Dr. Karl Picker. From the age of 12 onwards he studied with Prof. Tachezi at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and gained distinction in his diploma, thereby also winning a prize from the Austrian Ministry of Culture. Finally he studied with Prof. Laszlo Mezo in Budapest for one year. He took chambermusic classes with Juergen Geise, Sandor Vegh, Dino Asciolla, Sigmund Nissel and Walter Levin. He has performed in numerous concerts both at home and abroad, and in various radio recordings, as soloist, with the chamber orchestra Harmonices Mundi, and also with the Tassilo-Quartet. Concert tours have led him through Europe, Asia and both North and South America. Since 1988 Mr. Poezlberger has been teaching violoncello at the Anton Bruckner - University in Linz and is also leading a chamber music class. Cello

Sibylla Joedicke Sibylla Joedicke teaches since 1991 at the Viennese Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst; there she was qualified as a professor in 2004 and was appointed as a professor for piano in 2009. She was a scholarship holder of the "Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst", of the Austrian government and of the "Richard-Wagner-Stiftung". She was two times prize-winner at the international Schubert-competition in Dortmund, won second prize at the Viennese Boesendorfer-competition, and first prize at the Gedok-competition/Hamburg with a following Germany-tour. Since then she frequently appeared as a soloist, as a chamber musician, as a vocal accompanist and she recorded for the radio and for CD (Universal-Records, de Plain vent, and others). She devoted herself mainly to vocal accompaniment, she attended interpretation classes with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, she was piano accompanist in Walter Berry´s class and she co-operates with well-known singers. Sibylla Joedicke, born at Schloss Hamborn/Germany, started piano lessons at the age of 7 with Prof. Kurt Seibert at the Hamburg conservatory and – besides her regular school – studied piano at the age of 16 at the Hochschule der Künste/Bremen. She made her debut with Liszt´s first piano concerto at the age of 17 and completed her studies with Hans Graf at the Viennese Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst. Further artistic inspiration was obtained in particular with Elisabeth Leonskaja and in master classes with Vitalij Margulis and Hans Leygraf. Piano

Gereon Kleiner Gereon Kleiner was a member of the Swietly-Klaviertrio, was teaching at the Conservatorium for Music in Vienna from 1987 to 1990 and since 1990 at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg. He won several prizes and scholarships at competitions in Bonn, Vienna, Barcelona, Senigallia and in Finale Ligure. He performed many concerts and recordings as a soloist, as a chamber musician and as a vocal accompanist in Europe and Japan. (f.e. with the "österreichisches Ensemble fïür Neue Musik", Mozarteum- Orchestra Salzburg, Camerata Academica of the Mozarteum). Gereon Kleiner studied Piano and chamber music in Stuttgart, Vienna and Salzburg with Lieselotte Gierth, Hans Kann, Roland Keller and Erika Frieser. He completed his studies at master classes with A.Jasinski, Z.Sliwinski, J.Uhde and B.Ringeissen in Salzburg, Gdansk and Weimar. Piano

Georg Steinschaden Georg Steinschaden is Professor for Piano and Director of the  "Pre-College Salzburg" at the University of Music and Performing Arts "Mozarteum". He is the President of the the Austrian Master Classesand teaches also at the Musikum Salzburg. He was chairman of the executive board of the youth competition "Prima la Musica" in Salzburg for seven years and a member of the management board "Prima la Musica" Austria. His innumerable concerts with the "Steinschaden Trio Salzburg" have taken him to many countries in and outside of Europe (Italy, France, Switzerland, Denmark, Russia, Bulgaria, Germany, Japan, USA e.g. in CARNEGIE HALL in New York, and Mexico just to name a few). He has recorded many CDs and his work has been broadcasted on both radio and television ORF and ARD in Austria, on Japanese television he has appeared with ensembles such as the Eichendorff Quintet Vienna (members of the Vienna Philharmonic), the Amati Quartet Verona, and the Augsburg String Quartet, also with soloists like the famous Mezzo Soprano Angelika Kirchschlager. For the past twenty years Georg Steinschaden has also been busy with cultural management. He completed his studies in Piano and Pedagogics at the University of Music and Performing Arts "Mozarteum" in Salzburg with P.Lang, N.Shetler and A.Kontarski, and has won first prize on many occasions in the "Jugend musiziert" competitions. Piano

Gerhard Vielhaber Gerhard Vielhaber was born in Attendorn in 1982. This private pupil was only twelve years old when Prof. Karl-Heinz Kämmerling took him on in 1994. He took his degree with him in 2006 at HMT Hannover (Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media) and then studied for his recital examination in Prof. Jacques Rouvier’s solo class at Berlin University of Arts. Since September 2014, Gerhard Vielhaber has been teaching as a Professor of Piano at the Vorarlberg State Conservatoire in Feldkirch, Austria. In addition to his many successes in the federal “Jugend musiziert” (Youth Makes Music) competition, in 1997 he won first prize in the “Concertino Praga” international radio competition. There followed further competition successes and awards such as the Culture Prize of the Olpe District in 2002 and the 2003 GWK Music Sponsorship Prize. As a finalist in the 2005 German Music Competition in Berlin, he was included as a soloist in the list of artists of the German Music Council. His “BOVIARTrio” with Daniel Bollinger (clarinet) and Julian Arp (cello) was awarded a grant at the 2002 German Music Competition, as was his “Mariani Klavierquartett” (piano quartet) with Philipp Bohnen (violin), Barbara Buntrock (viola) and Peter-Philipp Staemmler (cello) in 2011, whose “Debut in Germany’s Radio Culture” in January 2013 in the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra’s chamber music hall was widely acclaimed. Gerhard Vielhaber earnt a scholarship from the German Musical Life Foundation and he was supported for a long time by the Jürgen-Ponto Foundation and the German People’s Study Foundation. Both as a soloist and as a chamber musician, Gerhard Vielhaber can be heard at major festivals such as the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festivals, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Berlin Music Festival, the Ludwigsburg Festivals and the Rheingau Music Festival. In addition, his concert activities took him to, among other things, the “Next Generation” series of the publisher Harenberg-Verlag in Dortmund, the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, Spain, Croatia, North Africa and Japan. As a soloist he performed concerts with, for instance, the Berlin Radio Symphonic Orchestra under Matthias Foremny, the Venezuelan National Youth Orchestra under Patrick Lange, the Cologne Radio Orchestra under Peter Gülke and the Warsaw Radio Symphonic Orchestra under Wojciech Rajski. His debut in 2007 with the Mannheim National Theatre conducted by Adam Fischer was also a great success. In January 2008, PianoNews wrote about his solo CD published by ClassicClips with works by Franck, Kalabis (first recording) and Schumann: “This recording gives us a glimpse into the promising future of this young pianist.” Radio recordings were produced for, among others, WDR, BR, SWR, ORF and television ones for the Czech Republic. Piano

Britta Bauer Britta Bauer MA, is lecturer in flute at the University of the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She is also passionately active as a teacher of children and adolescents at the Leopold Mozart “Hochbegabteninstitut” for talented young musicians as well as at the Pre-College, Salzburg of the Mozarteum. Her students include prize-winners at international competitions. Since 2007, she has been a regular guest lecturer at the international Payerbacher Masterclasses in Lower Austria and has held various seminars, courses and workshops in Austria and abroad, her next engagement being masterclasses in Beijing, China. Britta is also very much active as a concert flautist. She was solo flautist of the Hofgartenorchesters in Bonn for 7 years and has performed as soloist with several orchestras, including the Duisburger Sinfonikern, the Rheinischen Philharmonie in Koblenz and the Barockensemble Rheinklang in Cologne. She has been engaged as a soloist at various festivals, including the Wiener Festwochen, Uferlichter and Rheingau Festival and has appeared in countries such as Germany, Austria, Bolivia, Poland and Norway. As a chamber musician, she has also toured extensively through Europe with her trio, “Sirius” and also plays in a trio whose members include members of the Viennese State Opera Orchestra (Andrea Wutschek, Cello) and University of the Mozarteum (Prof. Eva Salmutter, piano). The trio gave its debut in 2005 at the Wiener Festwochen. Britta has received an international education spanning both the arts and sciences, studying flute, music education, medicine and pedagogy. She has studied in Bonn, Cologne, Berlin, Paris and Salzburg, receiving all her university degrees with distinction. Important influences in her artistic development as a flautist have come from James Galway, Marianne Geise, Peter Lukas Graf, Wolfgang Schulz and Greg Pattillo. In Paris, she studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in the class of Pierre Yves Artaud, where she gained significant insight into the interpretation of French music of the “Fin de Siècle” period. Through her training in medicine, she developed the idea of the “Body-Instrument” (“Körper-Instrument”) as an important part of her pedagogical work in teaching the flute. After completing an education in “Music Medicine and Music Psychology in Daily Artistic Life”, she developed a concept designed especially for the teaching of the flute: “Der Körper klingt – The Body Sounds”. She has already been invited by several international seminars to present this concept, the latest being in Lodz (Poland) in February 2015. Apart from her engagements as an educator and teacher, Britta is also active as a jury member at various competitions and as an advisor for flute at the German Music Council. She is also author for several music pedagogical magazines. Britta  plays, with much joy, a Nagahara 14 K. Flute

Dario Zingales Dario Zingales is since October 2012 assistant for the clarinet class of Prof. Alois Brandhofer, and since Oktober 2015 also assistant from Prof. Wenzel Fuchs in the Mozarteum Unisiversity. He has performed as first clarinet with freat conductors as André Previn, Gerd Albrecht, and Dennis Russell Davies. I played also with Teatro Petruzzelli, Milano Classica, Junge München Philharmonie. From August 2009 to September 2012, Zingales was principal clarinet for the Philharmonie der Nationen conducted by Justus Frantz (performing many concerts in America, Belgium, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, and Russia). He was also invited to play with the Luigi Cherubini Orchestra under the baton of Riccardo Muti. As a soloist, he as performed the Sinfonia Concertante KV 297b and the Clarinet Concerto by Mozart with the Symphony Orchestra of the Mozarteum University. In December 2011 he performed the Clarinet Concerto from Mozart with much critical acclaim under the direction of Josef Wallnig in Linz. As a chamber music musician, he has performed with many great performers such as Lukas Hagen, Benjamin Schmid, Pierre Amoyal, Thomas Riebl, Pavel Gililov, Peter Lang, Jacques Rouvier. He is a founding member of the clarinet quartet Fusion Clarinet Quartet with whom he won the Ferrero award for wind ensembles in 2005. Zingales was invited to play for the Società del Quartetto and had also participated in the international MITO Festival in September 2007. Dario Zingales studied in Milan, with Prof. Luigi Magistrelli where he graduated with honors for both his first and second degrees. Since 2007, he has studied at the University Mozarteum with Prof. Alois Brandhofer. In 2012, he completed his Master's degree at Mozarteum with honors.  Clarinet


Class starts on: 14.07.2019, 18:00
Arrival after: 14.07.2019, 15:00
Final Concert: 20.07.2019, 11:00
Class ends on: 20.07.2019, 14:00
Deadline: 15.05.2019

The master class for chamber music for Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Flute & Clarinet offers existing ensembles as well as individual participants the possibility to prepare intensively concert recitals, contests or exams or just to prepare a program of free choice for your pleasure.

Students, exercising musicians as well as teachers, who lack time and possibility during the school year for playing music together, have the possibility to work together for a week in the magic ambience of castle Zell an der Pram and to exchange experiences.

During this week, you will have the chance to interact with international well known professors and others taking part in the course. Set in the harmonic atmosphere of Castle Zell an der Pram, snuggled in picturesque Upper Austria, this course creates the ideal environment for intensive work, progress with your instrument, and the advancement of your ability to work in a group.

Following obligations are offered and contained in the fee
Daily minimum 40 minutes chamber music lessons depending on the ensemble, occasionally also chamber orchestra for strings, windensemble or lectures are offered, free use of piano instruments and of the practising premises, workshop-concerts, a public final concert admission free for participants and visitors, all classes open for listeners. All participants will receive a diploma of participation. Free use of the open WLAN.

A main focus of this master class lies in techniques and in interpretation of your piece and in a harmonic ensemblesound.

The instructions are designed to prepare the ensemble for concerts, contests, auditions and examinations or just to prepare a program for your pleasure. As well, you will take part in the workshop concert at the end of the course with the other students.

If you take part with your own ensemble you can freely choose your program. The string instrument players should bring their own music stand.

Invited are
existing ensembles and individuals older than age 14, advanced students from music schools, Universities, Conservatories or from private teachers, professional musicians, music teachers and Amateurs from every nation.

You can sign up as an individual, but we recommend to take part with the ensemble you are currently working with.

If you take part as an individual you will be notified by the middle of June as to the ensemble in which you will be taking part, and you will be sent the names and addresses of those in your ensemble. If possible the selection of the music and the arrangement of the ensemble (for individuals) will be chosen in consideration of your request.

You should be able to play chamber music works on the difficulty level of easy String Quartets, Flute Quartets, Clarinet Trios or Piano Trios by Joseph Haydn etc.

Castle Zell an der Pram in Upper Austria.


The class starts at 6 p.m. with a "meet & greet" in the Entrance Hall.

The class ends after the public concert in the Freskensaal of the castle.


Late applications will be considered if possible, but due to high demand and limited space, we recommend to submit your application in time.

Final Concert

The class ends with a public concert in the Freskensaal of the castle. The participants will be selected by the professors.

Leisure-Time Activities
There are sports grounds and a gym for ball-games, table tennis, etc. You will certainly have time for swimming or a trip to explore the surroundings of Zell an der Pram.

you can participate in the solo master classes and in the master class for chamber music at the same time.