Gernot Schmalfuss

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Gernot Schmalfuss

Studied oboe, piano and conducting at Detmold College of Music and London. From 1968 to 1979 he was solo oboist of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, during which he also studied conducting with R. Kempe. Member of the Consortium Classicum since 1970.

Conductor of the Richard Strauss Conservatory Orchestra, Munich Chamber Soloists, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Duisburg Symphony Orchestra, Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, Kassel State Theater Orchestra, Deutsche Bach Soloisten, Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, German Symphony Orchestra Berlin, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, North West German Chamber Orchestra, Hamamatsu International Academy Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa, Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra , Guest performances with the Gunma Symphony Orchestra.

In 1986 he became a professor at the Detmold College of Music.

In addition to his recordings for many radio stations, his CD recordings include an opera by AC Cartellieri (a friend of Beethoven), which he discovered in an Italian library, a Romantic clarinet concerto, and a romantic composer acclaimed by Schumann. N.Burgmuller's works (Symphony No. 2, Overture, Piano Concerto), M. Bruch's Violin Concertos Nos. 2 and 3, and J.Ph.Riotte's Symphony No. 1 and Concerto. ing.

More recently, he has focused on 18th and 19th century operas, orchestral works and oratorios, as well as continuing his work as a conductor, soloist and chamber musician. He also has a keen interest in the study of music history, which is greatly utilized in his activities at the Consortium Classicum.

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