Maximilian Schöner
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Instrument: violin

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Schöner Maximilian

General Information

Year of Birth:  1969
Place of Birth:  Feldbach
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Education

PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation
1976

start of his studies (Prof. Jaro Schmied)

1976

entrance examination

1977

studies with professors such as Klaus Mätzl, Edward Zienkowsky, Dora Schwarzberg, Pjotr Bondarenkov (Tel Aviv) as well as Zachar Bronn (Moscow)

Activities

PeriodActivityOrganisationLocation
1993 - 1996

Conservatory Havanna, Cuba: guest-professor

2002 - 2006

teaching assignment

2011

teaching assignment

2012

head of a violin-class in the Austrian/Chinese Institute SINO for Culture and Art Jians Institute

artistic activity with Luciano Berio, Arvo Pärt, Carl Melles, Carlos Karlmar, Hanns Kann, Doris Adam, Robert Lehrbaumer, Stefan Mendl, Meinhard Prinz, Stefan Kropfitsch, Peter Holetschek, Peter Guth, Dorli Guschlbauer, Bianca Andreea Calinescu, Enrique Pérez Mesa, Marino Formenti, Andreas Mitisek, Flora St.Loup, David Avi-Ram, James Tocco, Rino Marrone, Victoria del Collado, Karl Österreicher, Alois Hochstrasser, Herbert Prikopa, Jess-Trio, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Wolfgang Gröhs, Janos Kralik, Manfred Honeck, Thomas Rösner, Philippe Auguin, Edith Lienbacher, Margarete Babinsky, Yuka Sakai, Hiroshi Nava, Walter Delahunt, Eva Steinsky, Güter Tolar, Brigitte Neumeister, Stefan Flemming, Inge Maux, etc.

present in the media at ORF, MDR, NDR, Bavarian Broadcast, Saarland Broadcast, Spanish Broadcast, Japanese Broadcast, USA (Good morning America on ABC, Hallo Austria - hallo Vienna)

Sony/Columbia: debut-CD ("Beethoven, Brahms und Sarasate")

Performances (Selection)

PeriodPerformanceCompositionOrganisationLocation

concerts in Paris, Bari, Milano, Rome, Naples, Berlin, Leipzig, Wiesbaden, Bonn, Frankfurt, Basel, Geneva, Zurich, Barcelona, Madrid, Sevilla, Figueras, USA, Cuba, Asia, GUS, etc.

Graz Congress

Lockenhausen Chamber-Music Festival

Awards

PeriodAwardCompositionAwarding Organisation
1981

1. Prize at the overall-Austrian competition

1983

violin-competiton "Stephanie Hohl", Vienna: 1. Prize

1985

International violin-competition "Michelangelo Abbado", Italy: 1. Prize

1985

1. Prize at the overall-Austrian competition

1985

"European Competition for Violin", Vienna: 2. Prize

1986

International violin-competition "Rudolfo Lipizer", Italy: 1. Prize

2007

promotional award

further awards e.g. by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Vienna Symphonic, the Italian daily paper "Il Piccolo", Academy of Arts and Sciences (Havanna)

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