Violinist Wolfgang David 1
 
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Kreutzer Sonata
 1. Adagio sostenuto - Presto
  2. Andante con variazioni
 3. Presto
 
Wolfgang David, violin
Takeshi Kakehashi, piano
 
 
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Camille Saint-Saens
Introduction et
Rondo capriccioso
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Sergei Prokofiev
Sonata No. 1
in F Minor op. 80
 1. Andante assai
  2. Allegro brusco
 3. Andante
 4. Allegrissimo - Andante assai, con prima
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Bela Bartok
Rhapsody No. 1
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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David Gompper
Nuance
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
 
 
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Johannes Brahms
Piano Quartet No. 1
in G Minor op. 25
1. Allegro
2. Intermezzo. Allegro
3. Andante con moto
4. Rondo alla Zingarese

 
Gustav Mahler Piano Quartet
Wolfgang David - violin
Yushan Li - viola
Wolfgang Panhofer - cello
Christopher Devine - piano
www.gustavmahlerpianoquartet.com
 
 
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Gustav Mahler
Piano Quartet A Minor
 
 
Gustav Mahler Piano Quartet
Wolfgang David - violin
Yushan Li - viola
Wolfgang Panhofer - cello
Christopher Devine - piano
www.gustavmahlerpianoquartet.com
 
 
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Maurice Ravel
Violin Sonata
 1. Allegretto
  2. Blues. Moderato
 3. Perpetuum mobile. Allegro
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Pablo de Sarasate
Carmen Phantasy
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Pablo de Sarasate
Romanza Andaluza
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Arnold Schönberg
Phantasy op. 47
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sonata G Major K 379
 1. Adagio - Allegro
  2. Thema. Andantino cantabile
 
Wolfgang David, violin
Takeshi Kakehashi, piano
 
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sonata E Minor K 304
 1. Allegro
  2. Tempo di Menuetto
 
Wolfgang David, violin
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Arnold Schönberg
Verklärte Nacht
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
Wolfgang Panhofer, violoncello
David Gompper, piano
 
 
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Arnold Schönberg
Verklärte Nacht
 
 
Wolfgang David, violin
Wolfgang Panhofer, violoncello
David Gompper, piano
 
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The Strad Magazin
As emotionally wide-ranging as one could hope for
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Washington Post
Wolfgang David scaled
the heights of musicmaking
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American Record Guide
This Austrian violinist
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Los Angeles Times
a lyric, light, elegant voice
 
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Kreutzer Sonata
 with Takeshi Kakehashi
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Sergei Prokofiev
Sonata No. 1
 with David Gompper
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Johannes Brahms
Piano Quartet No. 1
 Gustav Mahler Piano Quartet
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Camille Saint-Saens
Rondo capriccioso
 with David Gompper
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The Austrian violinist Wolfgang David has performed in major halls such as Konzerthaus and Musikverein Hall Vienna, Carnegie Hall New York, Cerritos Center Los Angeles, Victoria Hall Geneva, Wigmore Hall London, and Philharmonie Cologne.
 
Wolfgang David played as a soloist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, New York Virtuosi etc.
 
Biography
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In the space of a few short years, Wolfgang David has ensconced himself on the international stage, both as a recitalist, and as a guest soloist with many leading orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Berne Symphony Orchestra, New York Virtuosi etc.
 
He has been well received by the press — the Washington Post wrote that he "scaled the heights of musicmaking” and The Strad described his playing “as emotionally wide-ranging as one could hope for”.
 
Admitted to the University for Music in Vienna at the age of eight, David studied there for many years with Rainer Küchl, the concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Later he continued his studies at the Musikhochschule in Cologne with Igor Ozim and with Yfrah Neaman at the Guildhall School of Music in London.
 
The winner of many competitions and prizes, David has performed in major halls such as Konzerthaus and Musikverein Hall in Vienna, Carnegie Hall in New York, Cerritos Center in Los Angeles, the Wigmore Hall in London, Victoria Hall in Geneva, and Philharmonie in Cologne.
 
Highlights of his career included concerts at the Great Assembly Hall of the United Nations in New York in the presence of Secretary General Kofi Annan, and a concert in Bangkok, given for the Queen of Thailand.
 
Besides focusing on the traditional main repertoire, Wolfgang David also enjoys collaborating with a number of living composers, such as David Gompper, Noel Zahler, Ching-chu Hu, Joseph Dangerfield, Rainer Bischof, Jeremy Dale Roberts, John Allemeier, etc. He has commissioned, premiered, and recorded works specially written for him.
 
Wolfgang David performs on a violin built by Carlo Bergonzi, Cremona after 1724, on exclusive loan to him from the Austrian National Bank.
 
Wolfgang David has recorded a CD with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Emmanuel Siffert and three albums with the American pianist David Gompper. Another CD with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was released on the NAXOS label in April 2011.
Wolfgang David gewinnt mehr und mehr an Reputation bei Publikum und Presse in Europa, Südkorea, Südafrika und den USA, wo die Washington Post schrieb: "Er lotet die Höhen des Musizierens aus." Das englische Musikmagazin "The Strad" beschrieb sein Spiel als "so emotional vielschichtig, wie man sich nur wünschen kann."
 
Bereits mit acht Jahren an der Wiener Musikuniversität zugelassen, studierte er über viele Jahre beim Konzertmeister der Wiener Philharmoniker, Rainer Küchl. Während dieser Zeit gewann er Preise und Auszeichnungen bei renommierten internationalen Wettbewerben (Int. Violinwettbewerb Köln, Int. Violinwettbewerb Joseph Joachim, Int. Violinwettbewerb Pretoria). Später setzte er seine Studien bei Igor Ozim an der Musikhochschule Köln und bei Yfrah Neaman an der Guildhall School of Music in London fort.
 
Wolfgang David war Solist führender Orchester wie dem Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Radio Symphonieorchester Wien, Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Berner Symphonieorchester oder den New York Virtuosi und konzertierte in über 30 Ländern an prominenten Orten wie dem Musikverein und Konzerthaus Wien, der Carnegie Hall New York, dem Cerritos Center Los Angeles, der Wigmore Hall London, der Victoria Hall in Genf und der Philharmonie Köln.
Höhepunkte seiner Karriere stellen ein Konzert für die Königin von Thailand sowie ein Festkonzert in der Great Assembly Hall der UNO in New York dar, bei dem er Vivaldis "Vier Jahreszeiten" gemeinsam mit den New York Virtuosi interpretierte.
 
Neben seiner Beschäftigung mit dem traditionellen Hauptrepertoire arbeitet Wolfgang David auch intensiv mit zeitgenössischen Komponisten zusammen wie zum Beispiel David Gompper, Joseph Dangerfield, Noel Zahler, Rainer Bischof, Luke Dahn, Ching-chu Hu, Jeremy Dale Roberts, John Allemeier etc. Diese Komponisten schrieben Werke speziell für ihn, die er uraufführte und auf CD aufnahm.
 
Wolfgang David veröffentlichte ein Album mit dem Royal Philharmonic Orchestra unter dem Schweizer Dirigenten Emmanuel Siffert sowie drei CDs mit dem amerikanischen Pianisten David Gompper. Im April 2011 erschien bei NAXOS eine weitere CD gemeinsam mit dem Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
 
Wolfgang David spielt auf einer Violine von Carlo Bergonzi, Cremona nach 1724, die ihm leihweise von der Oesterreichischen Nationalbank zur Verfügung gestellt wird.
Nello spazio di pochissimi anni, Wolfgang David è diventato tra i migliori artisti del panorama internazionale, sia come esecutore che come solista con le migliori orchestre come: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Berne Symphony Orchestra, New York Virtuosi etc.
 
Ha ottenuto ottime recensioni dalla stampa - il "Washington Post" ha scritto di lui "scaled the heights of musicmaking" e "The Strad" ha descritto il suo modo di suonare "as emotionally wide-ranging as one could hope for".
 
Ammesso all'Università di musica di Vienna a 8 anni, David ha studiato per molti anni con Rainer Küchl continuando poi i suoi studi alla Musikhochschule di Cologne con Igor Ozim e alla Guildhall School of Music di Londra con Yfrah Neaman.
 
Vincitore di numerose competizioni ha suonato nelle principali sale internazionali fra le quali Konzerthaus e Musikverein Hall di Vienna, Carnegie Hall a New York, Cerritos Center di Los Angeles, Wigmore Hall a London, Victoria Hall a Ginevra e Philharmonie a Colonia.
Fra i suoi momenti più imporanti si ricordano anche un concerto alla Great Assembly Hall delle Nazioni Unite a New York inpresenza del Segretario Generale Kofi Annan e un concerto in Bangkok dato per la Regina di Thailandia.
 
Oltre al tradizionale repertorio classico, Wolfgang David collabora con alcuni compositori viventi come: David Gompper, Noel Zahler, Ching-chu Hu, Joseph Dangerfield, Jeremy Dale Roberts, Luke Dahn, John Allemeier, per i quali ha suonato e registrato brani scritti e commissionati appositamente per lui.
 
Wolfgang David suona un violino del 1724 di Carlo Bergonzi, Cremona, offertogli gentilmente dalla Austrian National Bank.
 
Wolfgang David ha registrato vari CD tra i quali uno con la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra sotto la direzione di Emmanuel Siffert e due con il pianista americano David Gomper. Nel Dicembre del 2009 registraterà un altro CD con la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra che sarà in commercio con la casa editrice NAXOS, agli inizi del 2011.
En un periodo de pocos años, Wolfgang David se ha logrado colocar en el escenario internacional, tanto como recitalista y como solista invitado con muchas orquestas de primer orden. También ha sido muy bien acogido por la prensa- el Washington Post escribió que él "escaló las cumbres de la interpretación musical" y The Strad describió su interpretación "como de un amplio rango emocional como uno podría esperarlo".
 
Fue admitido en la Universidad de música de Viena a los ocho años de edad. Wolfgang estudió por muchos años con Rainer Küchl, el concertino de la Filarmónica de Viena. Posteriormente continuó sus estudios en la Musikhochschule en Colonia con Igor Ozim y con Yfrah Reaman en la Guildhall of Music en Londres.
 
Ganador de varios premios en concursos, Wolfgang David se ha presentado en grandes salas de conciertos, tales como, Konzerthaus y Musikverein en Viena; Carnegie Hall en New York, Cerritos Center en Los Angeles, California, Wigmore Hall en Londres, Victoria Hall en Ginebra y la Philharmonie en Colonia. Se ha presentado en más de treinta países y regularmente hace giras por Europa, Estados Unidos de Norteamérica, Sur África y Corea del Sur.
Entre las presentaciones distinguidas de su carrera se incluyen, conciertos en el Gran Salón de la Asamblea de las Naciones Unidas en New York, con la presencia del Secretario General, Kofi Annan, concierto en Bangkok para la Reina de Tailandia.
 
En 2004 su primer CD, con el pianista David Gompper, fue lanzado al mercado por Albano Records en incluye obras de compositores norteamericanos del siglo XX.
 
En 2006 Wolfgang David grabó un nuevo CD con composiciones del Rey de Tailandia Bhumibol Adulyadej, acompañado por la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra de Londres bajo la batuta de Emmanuel Siffert.
 
David hace sus presentaciones con un violín Carlo Bergonzi 1724, de Cremona, que le ha sido prestado en exclusiva por el Banco Nacional de Austria.
Concertos
Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Concerto A minor BWV 1041
  • Concerto E major BWV 1042
  • Double Concerto for 2 violins in D minor
  • Antonio Vivaldi
  • Four Seasons
  • La Tempesta di Mare
  • Michael Haydn
  • Concerto A major
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Concerto #3 G major K216
  • Concerto #4 D major K218
  • Concerto #5 A major K219
  • Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola in E flat major K364
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Concerto D major op. 61
  • Triple Concerto for violin, violoncello and piano in C major op. 56
  • Max Bruch
  • Concerto G minor op. 26
  • Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
  • Concerto in E minor op. 64
  • Double Concerto for violin and piano in D minor
  • Henri Vieuxtemps
  • Concerto #4 D minor op. 31
  • Camille Saint-Saens
  • Concerto #3 B minor op. 61
  • Johannes Brahms
  • Concerto D major op. 77
  • Double Concerto for violin and violoncello in A minor op. 102
  • Henryk Wieniawski
  • Concerto #2 D minor op. 22
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • Concerto D major op. 35
  • Jean Sibelius
  • Concerto D minor op. 47
  • Bela Bartok
  • Concerto #2
  • Serge Prokofiev
  • Concerto #2 G minor op. 63
  • Erich Wolfgang Korngold
  • Concerto D major op. 35
  • David Gompper
  • Concerto (2008)
  • Double Concerto for violin and violoncello (2013)
  • Violin & Piano
    Georg Friedrich Haendel
  • Sonata D major op. 1/13
  • Sonata E major op. 1/15
  • Joseph Haydn
  • Sonata G major HV XV, 17
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Sonata G major K 301
  • Sonata E minor K 304
  • Sonata F major K 376
  • Sonata B flat major K 378
  • Sonata G major K 379
  • Sonata B flat major K 454
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonata #1 D major op. 12/1
  • Sonata #2 A major op. 12/2
  • Sonata #3 E flat major op. 12/3
  • Sonata #4 A minor op. 23
  • Sonata #5 F major op. 24 Spring Sonata
  • Sonata #6 A major op. 30/1
  • Sonata #7 C minor op. 30/2
  • Sonata #8 G major op. 30/3
  • Sonata #9 A major op. 47 Kreutzer Sonata
  • Sonata #10 G major op. 96
  • Franz Schubert
  • Sonatina D major D 384
  • Sonatina G minor D 408
  • Sonata A major D 574
  • Fantasy C major D 934
  • Robert Schumann
  • Sonata in A minor op. 105
  • Sonata in D minor op. 121
  • Cesar Franck
  • Sonata A major
  • Johannes Brahms
  • Scherzo
  • Sonata G major op. 78
  • Sonata A major op. 100
  • Sonata D minor op. 108
  • Antonin Dvorak
  • Sonatina G major op. 100
  • Edvard Grieg
  • Sonata C minor op. 45
  • Claude Debussy
  • Sonata
  • Richard Strauss
  • Sonata E flat major op. 18
  • Arnold Schoenberg
  • Fantasy op. 47
  • Maurice Ravel
  • Sonata G major
  • Ernest Bloch
  • Baal Shem "Three Pictures of Chassidic Life"
  • Bela Bartok
  • Rhapsody #1
  • Sergei Prokofiev
  • Sonata #1 in F minor op. 80
  • Sonata #2 in D major op. 94a
  • Darius Milhaud
  • Le Boeuf sur le toit (Cinema-Fantaisie)
  • Erich Wolfgang Korngold
  • Much Ado About Nothing op. 11
  • Oliver Messiaen
  • Theme et Variations
  • Aaron Copland
  • Sonata 1943
  • Ernst Krenek
  • Sonata 1944/45
  • Howard Ferguson
  • Sonata op. 10
  • Iannis Xenakis
  • Dikhthas
  • Morton Feldman
  • Spring of Chosroes
  • Jeremy Dale Roberts
  • Capriccio
  • Mario Davidovsky
  • Duo Capriccioso
  • Arvo Pärt
  • Fratres
  • Johann Sengstschmid
  • Rosette op. 8
  • David Gompper
  • Finnegan's Wake
  • Virtuoso Pieces
    Henryk Wieniawski
  • Polonaise de Concert D major op. 4
  • Faust-Fantasy op. 20
  • Polonaise brillante A major op. 21
  • Camille Saint-Saens
  • Introduction et Rondo Capriccioso op. 28
  • Havanaise op. 83
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • Valse Scherzo op. 34
  • Pablo de Sarasate
  • Gipsy Airs op. 20
  • Carmen-Fantasy op. 25
  • Ernest Bloch
  • Baal Shem "Three Pictures of Chassidic Life"
  • Darius Milhaud
  • Le Boeuf sur le toit (Cinema-Fantaisie)
  • Fritz Kreisler
  • Viennese Rhapsodic Fantasietta
  • Violin solo
    Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
  • Passacaglia
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Sonata G minor BWV 1001
  • Partita B minor BWV 1002
  • Sonata A minor BWV 1003
  • Partita D minor BWV 1004
  • Sonata C major BWV 1005
  • Partita E major BWV 1006
  • Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst
  • The Last Rose of Summer
  • Niccolo Paganini
  • Caprices
  • Henryk Wieniawski
  • Le Chant Du Bivouac op. 10/8
  • Eugene Ysaye
  • Sonata op. 27/2
  • Sonata op. 27/3 "Ballade"
  • Serge Prokofiev
  • Sonata op. 115
  • Elliott Carter
  • Riconoscenza per Goffredo Petrassi
  • Jeremy Dale Roberts
  • Wieglied
  • Helmut Lachenmann
  • Toccatina
  • Dedicated Compositions
    Jeremy Dale Roberts
  • Tristia (2011)
  • Noel Zahler
  • for violin and piano (2004)
  • David Gompper
  • Crossings (2002)
  • Music in the Glen (2004)
  • Star of the County Down (2005)
  • Echoes (2007)
  • Ikon (2008)
  • Violin Concerto (2008)
  • Spirals (2008)
  • Nuance (2012)
  • Johann Sengstschmid
  • Klangreihen-Rhapsodie op.54
  • John Allemeier
  • King's Cross (2006)
  • Ching-Chu Hu
  • Passions (2001)
  • Glaciers Red: Vistas Veiled (2004)
  • Devotion (2008)
  • Joseph Dangerfield
  • Dreams of Fin (2006)
  • Pathways (2007)
  • Crux Orthodoxa (2008)
  • Luke Dahn
  • (Ex)changing (Ex)tracts (2007)
  • Chris Gainey
  • Salmagundi Farrago (2011)
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    Ludwig van Beethoven
    Kreutzer Sonata
    with Takeshi Kakehashi 
    Camille Saint-Saens
    Rondo capriccioso
     with David Gompper 
    Watch the full video
    Sergei Prokofiev
    Sonata No. 1
     with David Gompper
    Watch the full video
    Bela Bartok
    Rhapsody No. 1
    with David Gompper 
    David Gompper
    Nuance
     violin solo 
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    Johannes Brahms
    Piano Quartet No. 1
     Gustav Mahler Piano Quartet
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    Gustav Mahler
    Piano Quartet
    Gustav Mahler Piano Quartet
    Maurice Ravel
    Violin Sonata
     with David Gompper 
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    Pablo de Sarasate
    Carmen Phantasy
     with David Gompper
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    Pablo de Sarasate
    Romanza Andaluza
    with David Gompper 
    Arnold Schönberg
    Phantasy
     with David Gompper 
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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Sonata G Major K379
     with Takeshi Kakehashi
    Watch the full video
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Sonata E Minor K304
    with David Gompper 
    Claude Debussy
    Beau Soir
     with David Gompper 
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    Arnold Schönberg
    Verklärte Nacht
     with Wolfgang Panhofer
    & David Gompper
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