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Biografie Stefan Vladar (49 kB)
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In April 2017 conducted Stefan Vladar the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall.
On February 28 performed Stefan Vladar with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra compositions by Mozart and Beethoven at the Vienna Konzerthaus.
Born in Vienna Stefan Vladar is one of Austria’s most remarkable musical personalities. He was appointed Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra in 2008.
Stefan Vladar was conducting orchestras like the Camerata Salzburg, the Philharmonic of Essen and Stuttgart, the Bamberger Symphonic, the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, the RSO Budapest, the Danish RSO, the Portland Symphony Orchestra, the Bankok Symphony Orchestra, the Cairo Symphony Orchestra as well as the Chamberorchestras in Basel, Cologne, Prague and Zurich.
As a pianist he was working with conductors like C. Abbado, Chr. von Dohnanyi, Chr. Hogwood, Sir N. Marriner, Sir Y. Menuhin, S. Ozawa, Sir S. Rattle and Chr. Thielemann and with orchestras like the Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, the Bavarian Stateorchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Radio Symphony Orchestra Prague, the NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokio, the Vienna Philharmonic and Symphonic or the Tonhalle-Orchestra Zurich.
In autumn 2015 the Austrian Label CAPRICCIO was starting a close partnership with Stefan Vladar and released a CD with piano solo compositions by Maurice Ravel. In 2016 a 4CD-Box with the complete recording of Beethoven´s solo concertos - 5 piano concertos, triple concerto, violin concerto, 2 violin romances – followed, Stefan Vladar performing as a pianist and conducting his Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In addition, a recording of Schubert’s three major song cycles is being prepared with Bo Skovhus.
Opening Concert Neuberger Kulturtage 2015: Wiener KammerOrchester
Wiener Konzerthaus: Wiener KammerOrchester, Mendelssohn Bartholdys Violinkonzert