Walter Veigl

Veigl Walter

Education

PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation

conducting

composition

composition

percussion instruments (Richard Hochrainer)

1970

diploma

1991

Mag. art.

1993

studies in philosophy, musicology and dramatics; graduation Dr. phil.

Activities

PeriodActivityOrganisationLocation
1968 - 1976

member

1970

teaching assignment (training in composition, percussion instruments)

1976

ensemble synthese: foundation and ever since managment

1979

associate professorship

1984

professorship

2006

ever since professor at the Leonard Bernstein Department of Wind and Percussion Instruments

in the position of conductor amongst others collaborations with the Lower Austrian Tonkünstlerorchester, the ORF-Symphonieorchester, the Radio-Symphonieorchester Sofia, the Symphonieorchester Wurzburg, the Pro-Arte-Orchester as well as various ensemble-concerts

philosopher and composer

Performances (Selection)

PeriodPerformanceCompositionOrganisationLocation

Kammerorchester des Bulgarischen Rundfunks

among others

Awards

PeriodAwardCompositionAwarding Organisation
1983

promotional award

Description of Style

The composer and performer Walter Veigl confronts himself with the objective, to unite his semiotic-aesthetic values of musical production on the basis of CHAINS (twelve-tone technique), soundscapes (SPACE) and RHYTHMS (TIME), RULES (THESIS) and CHANCE (ANTI-THESIS) as commonalities of interpretation (SYNTHESIS). Improvisation and spirit, feeling and character, aleatoric and tempo therefore are in relation to his overall musical creativity.

 

Walter Veigl, 1994