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Christoph Hinterhuber’s teachers were Axel Babenberg at the Klagenfurt Conservatory and Rudolf Kerr, Avo Kouyoumdjian and Heinz Midjemurek at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna; This was followed by further studies at the Accademia Pianistica “Incontre Colle Maestro” in Imola, Italy with Lazar Berman and Leonid Margerius. He owes important artistic inspiration to Oleg Meisenberg and Vladimir Ashkenazy, among others.
As winner of international competitions in Leipzig (Bach), Saarbrücken (Bach), Pretoria (Unisa), Zurich (Giesa Anda) and Vienna (Beethoven) CoordinatedChristopher Hinterhuber regularly performs at important festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, Mozart Week in Salzburg, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival and the Ruhr Piano Festival. With conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Jakub Hrusa, Jakov Kreisberg, Sylvain Kumberling, Dima Slobodiniuk, Kirill Karapets, Bruno Weil, Andrés Orozco Estrada, Dennis Russell Davies, Bertrand de Beilly, and orchestras such as the Vienna Symphony, Vienna Virtuosi, and Radio. The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestras of Vienna and Zurich, the MDR Leipzig Orchestra, the Weimar Staatskapelle, the Royal Liverpool Orchestra, and the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, among others.
“One of the best and most stunning piano albums of the year,” Fono Forum wrote of his recording of sonatas and rondos by CPE Bach. The English magazine Gramophone selected his recording of Hammel’s piano and orchestral works as an ‘Editor’s Choice’, and his 5-CD series of recordings of all the piano concertos of Beethoven’s contemporary Ferdinand Ries, including with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, has received significant international attention. And the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2002/2003 he represented Austria with violinist Patricia Kobachinskaya in the “Rising Stars” series at Carnegie Hall and the most prominent European concert halls.
An important part of his work is chamber music, and he is a member of the Altenberg Trio Vienna. Radio and television recordings for ORF, DRS2, NHK, SWR, etc. conclude his artistic activity and confirm his distinguished position among the younger generation of Austrian pianists.
He is Professor of Concert Piano and Head of the Conservatory of Piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts (MDW) in Vienna.
Franz Schubert (1797–1828)
German Dance in Grand Flat D 365 No. 2
German Dances F minor D 783 No. 14 and 15 of 6 Moments Musicaux D 780, No. 3 F minor
German Dance F major D 783 No. 16
German Dance B minor D 783 No. 5
Improvised E Flat Major D 899 No. 2
Noble Waltz F major D 969 No. 10
Landler B Minor D 366 No. 13
German Dance in Grand Flat D. 790 No. 11
Impromptu in minor D 935 No. 4
Franz Schubert/Franz Liszt (1811–1886)
For Singing on Water S. 558 No. 2 (arrangement for piano after Franz Schubert D774)
Bedrich Smetana (1824–1884)
Vltava, No. 2 from “My Homeland”, JB 1:112 arranged by H. von Kàan-Albést for solo piano
Isaac Albéniz (1860–1909)
Iberia, Issue 1:
Feast – Dieu à Seville
Franz Liszt (1811–1886)
Spanish Rhapsody S 254
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