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An Evening of Chamber Music with trumpet player Uwe KOMISCHKE, Professor of the FRANZ LISZT Hochschule für Musik, Weimar

Contributor: Ibolya HUSZICS piano

Contributors of the concert:
trumpet students of the Franz Liszt Hochschule für Music Weimar:
Juampe Tocino
Javier Marrugal
Runa Takada
Evan A. Kirshen
Jiaqi Lu 
Andrea Marqués Sancho 
Rui Yang 
Johannes Maruschke
Lei Dong 
Bálint Krezinger 
Márk Sirok 

Joseph HAYDN: Es-Dur concerto for trumpet and piano
Erik EWAZEN: Fantasia for 7 trumpets
Thorvald HANSEN: Sonata for trumpet and piano
Théo CHARLIER: Solo de concours
Richard WAGNER/Albert MANCINI: Götterdämmerung for trumpet ensemble
Alexander ARUTJUNJAN: Concert for trumpet and piano

Uwe  Komischke was born 1961 in  Schwelm /  NRW.   After his music education he began his career at 18 as 1.Solo trumpet player in the City Orchetra of Gelsenkirchen. 1983 he moved to the same position with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra under Sergiu Celibidache. 1987 he received a Dozentur for trumpet at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich. As a solist Uwe Komischke is heard in numerous concerts in Germany and other countries and in concerts with the Munich Philharmonic under Sergiu Celibidache. He is well known amoung experts due to his many recordings for the radio and CD´s. Famous Composer (Hans Stadlmai or Peter Michael Hamel) are writing for him.

He is very active in instrument design and plays only on instruments he has developed together with Norbert Axmann.

On the occasion of a master class at the SENZOKU GAKUEN University of music in Tokyo in April 1993 he was offered a guest professorship.

Since Septembers 1994 Uwe Komischke has a reputation as professor for trumpet at the university Franz Liszt Weimar.



HUF 2000 | UP citizen ticket: HUF 1000 | UP Faculty of Music employees and students / Pensioners: HUF 500

Tickets can be purchased online at www.jegymester.hu, or in person at the info points of the Zsolnay Örökségkezelő NKft.

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ZMI Liszt Ferenc Concert Hall, Zsolnay Cultural Quarter
37 Zsolnay Vilmos str., Pécs, 7632

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