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Wydawnictwo: Raumklang
Nr katalogowy: RK 3004
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2011
EAN: 4018767030044
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: klawesyn

Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge

Raumklang - RK 3004
Peter Kofler, harpsichord, organ
The Bolzano-born organist and harpsichordist Peter Kofler received his initial musical training at the “Claudio Monteverdi” Conservatory in his home town. In Munich, he studied organ and church music with Harald Feller, as well as harpsichord with Christine Schornsheim. Already during his studies, he received an adjunct professorship as répétiteur at the Munich College of Music and Theater, and became Hansjörg Albrecht’s assistant at Munich’s Bach Choir. Peter Kofler performs with renowned ensembles, such as the Symphony Orchestra of the Bavarian Radio, the Munich Philharmonic, and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, and collaborates with conductors such as Mariss Jansons, Krzysztof Penderecki, Heinz Holliger, Thomas Hengelbrock, Charles Dutoit, and Peter Schreier. His chamber music partners include Ramón Ortega Quero, Gabor Tarkövi, and Christine Schornsheim. Peter Kofler regularly makes guest appearances as organist and harpsichordist at international music festivals. CD and broadcast productions (ZDF, BR, RAI, Sony Classical, Tudor, Oehmclassics, Solo Musica) round off his artistic activities. Peter Kofler was invited to be the official harpsichord accompanist for the 2007 ARD Music Competition, and received the Prize for the Cultivation of Church Music in Bavaria from the Bücher-Dieckmeyer Foundation. Since August 2008 Peter Kofler is active as organist of the Jesuit and Court Church St. Michael in Munich. Moreover, he is artistic director of the international organ festival “Munich Organ Autumn.” In the fall of 2010, he began teaching as adjunct professor of choral conducting at the Munich College of Music and Theater.

two-manual harpsichord: Karl August Gräbner, Dresden 1782; Organo di legno, Andreas J. Schiegnitz, 1998

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