3 – 10 July
Concertos, Solopieces, Sonatas, on request also Chamber Music. Each course member should prepare two pieces of different genres.
Number of lessons
A minimum of four 45-minute lessons, additional chamber music
Course members: CHF 500 / Euro 460 Auditors: CHF 200 / Euro 180
15 May 2021
Andreas Willwohl is German violist, was born in Erfurt. In a age of 14 he studied in the Specialist School for Music at Belvedere Castle in Weimar, later he commenced his studies at the Hochschule für Musik «Franz Liszt» Weimar continuing a year later at the Hochschule für Musik «Hanns Eisler» in Berlin with Alfred Lipka. Of great artistic incentive for him was the support of, inter alios, Wilfried Strehle, Thomas Kakuska and Kim Kashkashian; in chamber music Norbert Brainin, Eberhard Feltz, Walter Levin, and the Alban Berg Quartet.
Andreas Willwohl has appeared at international music festivals such as the Schleswig-Holstein music festival, the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, the Castle Concerts in Thun, the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the Salzburger Festspiele, and has played with Thomas Brandis, Wolfgang Böttcher, Nobuko Imai, Michael Sanderling, Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt, Johannes Moser, Marc André Hamelin, Lauma Skride and Daniel Heide.
Andreas Willwohl has appeared as a soloist with several major orchestras, including the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Brandenburg Symphonie Orchestra, the Korean Chamber, Lithuanian chamber orchestra and the Chamberorchestra of Germany Berlin. He has partnered with eminent conductors such as Marek Janowski, Patrick Lange, Christoph Poppen, Conrad van Alphen and Matthias Foremny. He is also been active as a chamber musician, and so he is the member of the Mandelring String quartet and of the Ensemble Ceres and has played concerts in Europe, USA and Asia.