Fr, 22.03.2019, 14:00-18:30
14:00 Margaret Kim: Bach, Chromatische Fantasie und Fuge BWV 903
15:00 Mariam Bombrun: Schubert, Sonate a-moll D 845
16:30 Jonghwa Park: Chopin, Sonate b-moll op. 35
17:30 Jingfang Tan: Chopin, Sonate h-moll op. 58
Sa, 23.03.2019, 11:00-16:30
11:00 Gunwoo Yoo: Schubert, Impromptus op. 90 D. 899
12:00 Hyena Cho: Ravel, La Valse
14:30 Yow-Ting Hsieh: Brahms, Variationen über ein Thema von
Paganini op. 35 Heft 1
15:30 Ardeshir Monajemi: Schumann, Symphonische Etüden op. 13
Ingolf Wunder, born in Austria in 1985, started his musical adventure on the violin at the age of 4. Never pushed by his parents, he treated the violin as a hobby.
At around 14 years of age, a teacher from Linz, H. Mattheus, coincidentally discovered his talent for the piano. After 10 years, Wunder gave up the violin, left Klagenfurt and began intensive piano studies at the Music Conservatory Linz, under Prof. Mattheus.
A few months later Wunder participated in his first youth competition and won the 1st Prize (VII Concorso Internazionale di Musica, Cortemillia). Soon after came the 1st Prizes at the XVI European Music Competition (Torino), the 63rd Steinway Piano Competition (Hamburg) and a few more.
About one year after changing the instrument he made his debut at the Vienna Konzerthaus.
Wunder continued his piano studies at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts.
In 2008 Wunder started his collaboration with the Polish pianist Adam Harasiewicz. A year later he decided to take part in a piano competition for the very last time.
The 2010 International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw brought uproar, recognition, the 2nd Prize, a few special prizes and many devoted listeners around the world.
Next to playing concerts and touring, he undertook conducting studies to widen his musical horizons. He obtained his diploma at the end of 2012.
He has recorded 4 CDs for Deutsche Grammophon and has been performing in Europe, Asia and both Americas, including such prestigious halls as Musikverein Vienna, Berlin Philharmonie, Queen Elizabeth Hall (London), Sala Verdi (Milan), Tonhalle Zurich, Rudolfinum (Prague), Mariinsky Theater (St. Petersburg), Suntory Hall (Tokyo) etc.
Recently, Ingolf Wunder and his wife launched APPASSIO.com – a platform exclusively for art education: live online lessons. It’s dedicated to teachers, students and art lovers. It aims at helping inspired individuals to find the right contacts and enrich their world in a made-to-measure way; to nourish their creativity, interests and artistic passion.
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