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David Seidel Bassoon Concert

David Seidel Bassoon Concert


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Principal, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

David Seidel Bassoon Concert 2019

David Seidel Fagott Konzert2019
Performance date and time: Friday, April 19, 2019 Start 18:45 (doors open 18:15)
Venue: Dolce Art Hall Nagoya
Co-starring: Bassoon: David Seidel, Masayuki Okamoto, Mikiko Kawamura, Yumi Matsumoto, Kazuyo Nomura, Kazuki Nagata
Piano: Misae Une
All seats are unreserved General 4,000 yen, students 2,000 yen
*All visitors will receive David Seidel's CD "DAVID SEIDEL BASSOON AND PIANO" as a present!

Special Sponsor: Kishokai Medical Corporation

Sponsors: Dolce Co., Ltd. (April 19), Yamaha Music Japan (April 20), Bardon Phil Stage (both performances)

Management: Pro Arte Musice Co., Ltd.


H. Dutilleux: Sarabande and Cortege
R. Schumann: Fantasie Collection Op.73
I. Erode: Sonata Milanese (1984)
M.Colette: Concerto in D major "Phoenix"
FHJ Castiluvrase: Trio No.3 Op.17
G. Rossini: "Overture" from the opera "William Tell"


David Seidel (bassoon)
David Seidel, Fagott
Born 1976 in Salzburg (Austria). Studied under Milan Turkovich, Yoshinori Tominaga, and Richard Galler at the Mozarteum College of Music. Received the Austrian Federal Government Encouragement Award for excellent results. In 1998, he joined the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, and in 2004 he was appointed principal player, a position he continues to this day. In addition to performing as a guest with orchestras representing Europe such as the Vienna Philharmonic and the Munich Philharmonic, he has performed as a soloist with the Wiener Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. He has also performed with other groups such as the Baole Wien Wind Quintet. Since 2010, he has been a professor of bassoon at the Graz Kunitachi College of Music, and has been a lecturer at the Hamamatsu International Academy of Wind Instruments in Japan. His debut CDs "David Seidel Bassoon and Piano" (2008) and "Theophil Ensemble" (2011) have been released from Classic Concert Records, and "Baole Quintet" (2014) from Camerata Tokyo.