Vienna Camerata Schultz

Vienna's prestigious Schulz family and their musical companions, the finest music that lives on tradition

Wien Camerata Schulz Wien

The Vienna Camerata Schulz was founded by Wolfgang Schulz, principal flutist of the Vienna Philharmonic, to achieve his ideal sound and style. It consists of musicians who are closely related to the Schulz family, a prestigious musical family in Vienna for generations. The elite are gathered, and the concert master is Veronica Schultz.

Since the first concert in 2000, major music venues such as Hercules Saal (Munich), Schloss Kammer, Waldhausen Church (Upper Austria), St. Gerold Abbey (Vorarlberg), Carinthian Summer Festival (Osiach). He has appeared in various programs at festivals and venues around Europe such as Weidhofen an der Ybbs, Chateau de Laxenburg, Theater Champs-Elysées (Paris), and Strasbourg Cathedral. The sound of string music, backed by the orthodox study of the Viennese tradition, boasts exquisite homogeneity and is highly acclaimed.

Co-stars include Xavier de Mestre, Ensemble Wien-Berlin, Franz Bartolomei, Helmut Deutsch, Andreas Ottensamer, Daniel Ottensamer, and Naoko Yoshino.

His CD includes all of Mozart's flute concertos in 2003, his collaboration with Paul Gulda, and Mozart's concerto with Stephan Dohr (Berlin Philharmonic solo horn player), all of which are highly acclaimed.

Wolfgang Schultz (Music Director/Flute)

Wolfgang Schulz / Music Director, Flute

Vienna Philharmonic solo flutist Wolfgang Schultz is one of the most celebrated and active performers in the world.

Already from a young age, he has been active internationally as a soloist and chamber musician, participating in prestigious music festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, Vienna Festival Week, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Ravenna Festival and Lucerne Festival Week.

Duo partners include pianists Helmut Deutsch, Elisabeth Leonskaya, András Schiff and Stefan Vlader. Since 1983 he is a flute player of the woodwind quintet "Ensemble Wien-Berlin".

Wolfgang Schultz's repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary works, and he has performed in music cities around the world with conductors Abbado, Bernstein, Böhm, Maazel, Mehta, Ozawa, Previn and Stein.

He has been an integral part of Austrian contemporary composers Zerha, Eder, Eled, Urbanna and Willy, and has produced numerous award-winning recordings.

Since 1996 he has been music director of the “Bonheur musical” in Lourmarin, France.

Teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna since 1979, his extensive artistic experience and musical inspiration have cemented his position as an important flute educator in masterclasses around the world. there is

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