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Internationally celebrated as both a soloist and conductor, Florian Krumpöck has more than proven his outstanding capability on the international concert scene. Appointed as one of the youngest music directors in German history in 2011, Krumpöck characteristically masters enormous amounts of opera and concert literature as well as piano repertoire, and particulary enthrals his audiences with his double function as a soloist and conductor. In 2012 he became artistic director and principal conductor of the Liechtenstein Symphony Orchestra. Since Summer 2015, Florian Krumpöck as been the director of Kultur.Sommer.Semmering.
He has worked with orchestras such as Wiener Symphoniker, Philadelphia Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Gulbenkian Orchestra Lissabon, Copenhagen Royal Danish Orchestra, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, Linz Bruckner Orchestra, Staatskapelle of Halle, Nürnberg Staatsphilharmonie, Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra, Bavarian Chamber Orchestra or numerous orchestras in China and South Korea.
In guest appearances he has been conducted in Vienna (Musikverein), Salzburg (Festspielhaus), Munich, Zurich (Tonhalle), Moscow as well as in Israel, the USA, in China or in South Korea. He also performed at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, at the Royal Danish Opera Kopenhagen or at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
Numerous CD recordings as a pianist and conductor show the varied work of the artist.
Romeo and Juliet Op. 64, First Suite (Romeo and Juliet), Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock
Alban Berg Sonata for piano op.1