There is opportunity to improve the instrumental skills of those children who have been learning an instrument previously. The level of individual classes are depending on the needs and knowledge of the participants.
She is currently teacher of the study “Künstlerischen Basislehrgang” in Oberschützen and at the Johann-Joseph-Fux Conservatory in Graz.
Birgit Böhm studied with Barbara Gisler-Haase, Kersten McCall and Erwin Klambauer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. She was a member of the Philharmonic Orchestra Graz and Regensburg Philharmonie. She taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and Johann Sebastian Bach Music School.
Violin, Viola d´amore und Chamber Music, Workshop Baroque Bow
After studying at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart she studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg under Prof. Sandor Végh. This was completed with a high degree with distinction.
Anette Schärfer is a freelance soloist and chamber musician. She regularly plays modern violin in the Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart of the SWR; She plays her baroque violin as a member of the Baroque Orchestra of Stuttgart and the Stuttgart Court Orchestra. She works alongside Reinhard Goebel , Junghänel, and others.
For several years she has prepared talented young violinists for entrance exams to music colleges. Her expert command of the viola d’amore is apparent in her CD recording of the Partita for Two Violas d’Amore by HIF Biber, together with her husband, Gunter Teuffel.
Viola, Viola d´amore, Audition Training, Chamber Music
Gunter Teuffel is the principal violist of the RSO Stuttgart of the SWR and a professor at the Stuttgart Musikhochschule.
He recorded the viola d’amore concerts of Carl Stamitz and those of Leos Janacek’s “Intimate Letters” in the original version with viola d’amore instead of the normal Viola, and was awarded the prize of the German Record Critics. Recently he recorded a new CD of “Hindemith Works for Viola d’Amore” with Hindemith’s own instrument. Gunter Teuffel studied with Enrique Santiago, the Melos Quartet, Sandor Végh and with William Primrose. In 2012, he published his translation “David Dalton, The Art of Viola Playing, Conversationswith William Primrose,” which is considered the single comprehensive “bible” for viola.
Born in Vienna. Studied cello with Prof Frieda Litschauer-Krause and received her Diploma with Highest Honors. Further studies and Masterclasses with Cassado, Orloff, Mainardi, Casals, and Noras.
Member of the Vienna Trio, Andrea Barca, and the String Quintet Mozarteum. Since 1973, Professor at the University Mozarteum, and has given Masterclasses in Europe, Japan, Korea, South Africa, Chile, and Cuba.