Aura Rudner

Former Principal Conductor of the Würdenberg Philharmonic (Germany)


“Amazingly, under the direction of Rudner,
A new aspect of the work emerged naturally. “ (Suedwest press)
“By Charisma Rudner,
Players raised to the highest virtuosity” (Die Presse)



Ola Rudner (Conductor, Violin)

Swedish conductor Ola Rudner began his career as a renowned violinist, winning the Premio Paganini Competition and working as an assistant to the legendary conductor-violinist Sandor Vegh, He is was the concert master for various orchestras, including the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Salzburg and the Volksoper Wien Orchestra. 
In 1995, he founded the Philharmonia Wien. From 2001 to 2003 he was chief conductor of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in Australia, and from 2003 to 2006 he was chief conductor of the Haydn Philharmonic Orchestra in Bolzano.
From 2008 to 2016 he was a successful principal conductor of the Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra in Reutlingen.Since 1997, he has conducted major orchestras in Australia, including the Sydney,  Melbourne, and QueenslandSymphony Orchestra, and has been in charge of most of the major orchestras in Scandinavia.
He has also appeared as a guest performer with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra, London BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, and has worked with many others around the world.
gaining wide recognition both in Germany and abroad.he worked as a Principal Conductor for the Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra, which has grown into one of Germany's leading regional orchestras.  As a result, he tours regularly throughout Europe and appears frequently at the Musikverein in Vienna and the Zurich Tonhalle.
As an opera conductor, he is regularly invited to opera houses in Australia, Austria, Sweden and Italy.
In 2016–17, he performed with the Arctic Philharmonic, Royal Opera Stockholm, Osaka Symphony Orchestra, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Chilean National Symphony Orchestra and others with great success.
Since 2010, he has regularly visited Japan for performances by the Vienna Volksoper Symphony Orchestra. and since 2017 he has had guest performances with the Osaka Symphony Orchestra, gaining high acclaim and popularity as a result.His recordings have been released on major labels such as BIS and Harmonia Mundi, and has presented a wide repertoire ranging from classical to contemporary works with the Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra.
he has received high acclimation for his interpretation of the works of Haydn, Brahms, and Bruckner.He also received the "Centenary Medal" for his contribution to Austria.
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