Attila Pasztor
Instrument: violoncello

Pasztor Attila

General Information

Year of Birth:  1971
Place of Birth:  Vienna
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Education

PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation

lessons with Wolfgang Herzer

start of the degree program already at the age of 15 years, graduation with honors

longyear training with the Soviet cellist Daniel Shafran

numerous master classes with Arto Noras and David Geringas

composition

composition

Activities

PeriodActivityOrganisationLocation
2004

member of XXth Century Ensemble

regular participation at international festivals as a solist (Chopin Festival Gaming, Festival in Lancut, Britten Festival, Wiener Festwochen, Schubert Festival Warsaw, a.m.m.)

solo-performances with chamber and symphony orchestras in Europe and Asia (Viennese, Slovak, Euro-Asian, Zilina Chamber Orchestra, the Warsaw Philharmonics, Niederösterreichischen Tonkünstlern, Zwickau Symphony, Izmir Symphony Orchestra, the Baltic Philharmonics, Philharmonic Orchestra of Lublin, Allenstein, Grünberg, Rzeszow, Koszalin, Plovdiv, etc.)

various performances as a chamber-musician with the Küchl-Quartet at the Musikverein, in a piano-quintet with pianist Alexei Lubimov, as well as with Mischa Kugel, Edward Zientkowski, Gernot Winischhofer, Peter Matzka and many other important artists

radio- and television-broadcasts of his own performances

as composer regular collaborations with contemporary composers

Commissions (Selection)

PeriodCommissionCompositionCommissioner (Organisation)Commissioner (Person)

Wiener Sezession

Ensemble Contrechamps (Geneva)

Awards

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Merit Award of the Federal Ministry for his academic success

scholarship of the Hugo Wolff Foundation

scholarship

scholarship

prizes in international competitions (including 1st prize in Bayreuth and Liezen, 2nd prize at the Brahms Competition)

winner of several Austrian and university-internal auditions for solo concerts with orchestra

ORF-prize

Vienna Philharmonic Award

OESTIG – Prize for Contemporary Music

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