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Vienna Camerata Schulz Mozart Flute Concerto Complete Concerto

Vienna Camerata Schulz Mozart Flute Concerto Complete Concerto


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Camerata Schulz Wien
[Wolfgang Schultz Memorial Concert]

Viennese virtuoso presents
All Mozart Flute Concertos

Flute: Walter Auer

Walter Auer, flute

*Wolfgang Schulz (flute), who was originally scheduled to appear, passed away on March 28th in Vienna, although he continued to recover from illness. I pray from the bottom of my heart that he may rest in peace.
Walter Auer, Principal Flutist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, will be performing instead. Enjoy Mozart, the young Principal of the Vienna Philharmonic, who made his Musikverein debut as soloist of the Vienna Philharmonic under Barenboem.
In addition, you can use your current ticket as it is.

Harp: Naoko Yoshino

Naoko Yoshino, harp

Venue : Musashino Civic Cultural Center Small Hall
Musashino Civic Cultural Hall, Recital Hall

All seats reserved General 5000 yen (sold out)

Sponsored / Inquiries: Musashino Civic Cultural Center 0422-54-8822


WA Mozart (all composed in 1778)
Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major KV313
Flute Concerto No.2 in D major KV314
Andante in C major for flute and orchestra KV315
Concerto for flute and harp in C major KV299

*The songs and the order of the songs are subject to change. Please note.


Wiener Camerata Schultz Profile

Walter Auer (flute) Walter Auer, flute
Solo flutist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Born 1971 in Villach, Kerntern, Austria. After studying with Johannes von Calcleus at the Carintel State Conservatory, he studied with Michael Koffler at the Salzburg Mozarteum University of Music and with Andreas Blau at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Academy. He also studied under Aurel Nicole in Basel.
In 2003, he became principal player of the Wiener Philharmoniker/Wiener Staatsoper after serving as principal player of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and the North German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.
He has won prizes at numerous international competitions, including the Munich International Competition (ARD), Leoben, Cremona, and Bonn. His activities in chamber music are also remarkable, and he is also active in the Orsolino Quintet and Wien Virtuosen. In recent years, he has formed his own ensemble, the Wiener Klimt Ensemble, and is devoted to the pursuit of ideal sound.
He has also devoted himself to developing the flute repertoire, including the flute arrangement version of Chopin's Piano Trio (released on Camerata Tokyo in 2010) and the world premiere recording of the works of Italian flutist/composer Giulio Brichardi ("Brilliant Piano"). Flute” (released from Nami Records in 2011) is attracting a lot of attention. He has also collaborated with composer Luna Alcalai on many occasions, including the premiere of the work "en passant for flute solo" dedicated to Auer in Cardiff (Wales) in 2011, and the "for woodwind quintet" at the Vienna Musikverein. Escapade” premiered.
As a soloist, he has performed with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under Daniel Barenboim, the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, the Budapest Dohnany Orchestra, the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Capella Istropolitana, the Ossiach Orchestra Academy, and the Wiener Wirtosen. co-star.
He is highly acclaimed as a teacher and has performed at the New York Summer Music Festival, Juilliard School, Mannes College of Music, Sydney Conservatory of Music, Newcastle University, Tokyo, Domjale (Slovenia), Spain and Switzerland. Hold a master class. Since the summer of 2010, he has appeared as a lecturer at the International Orchestra Association in Attergau, Austria. In 2011, he was invited to the International Flute Festival in Cardiff and Shiga. In 2012, he held master classes at the Osiach Academy of Music in Cologne and the Guildhall School of Music in London, continuing his activities around the world.

● Naoko Yoshino (harp)
Naoko YOSHINO, Harp
Born in London. At the age of 6, he began studying the harp under Ms. Susan McDonald in Los Angeles. In 1981, he won the 2nd prize at the 1st Rome International Harp Competition. In 1985, he was the youngest winner of the 9th Israel International Harp Competition.
He has performed with major European and American orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Israel Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Vienna Concentus Musicus, and has given recitals around the world, including New York, Vienna, London, and Tokyo. . In addition, he has been invited to major music festivals around the world such as Salzburg, Rockenhaus, Lucerne, Gstaad, Schleswig-Holstein, Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto, and Marlboro, and has always been well received.
There is also a wide range of exchanges in chamber music, with world-famous artists such as G. Kremer, V. Hagen, Nobuko Imai, C. Hagen, A. Aurel Nicolet, J. =P. Rampal, W. Schulz, E. Payu, J. Zune Regularly collaborates with outstanding artists.
1985 Arion Award, 1987 Muramatsu Award, 1988 Art Festival Award, 1989 Mobile Music Award Encouragement Award, 1991 Agency for Cultural Affairs Art Encouragement Minister of Education Award, 1991 Avon Women's Art Award. Graduated from International Christian University.