Annelie Gahl
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Instrument: violin
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Gahl Annelie

General Information

Year of Birth:  1965
Date of Birth:  27. January 1965
Place of Birth:  Vienna
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Being a member of several renowned orchestras (including Camerata Salzburg, Concentus Musicus Wien), Annelie Gahl has gained an excellent reputation in the Austrian music scene. But to restrict herself to the secured values of the classical-romantic repertoire never proved to be enough for her.

Education

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studies

studies

Northern Illinois University: studies (Shmuel Ashkenasi)

studies

Activities

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1995

ever since member and regularly solo-appearances

1995

ever since regular performances

2000

ever since teaching-assignment

2000 - 2003

section leader and concert-master

2009

conductor of the baroque-orchestra "Capella Triumphans"

teacher at the city music school

solo appearances with works by H. Ignaz Franz Biber, J. S. Bach, Steve Reich, Giacinto Scelsi, Luigi Nono and John Cage

Trio Gahl-Hoursianghou-Stump: chamber music with Petra Stump (clarinet) and Mathilde Hoursianghou (piano)

solo appearances

solo appearances

interdisciplinary projects involving fields like visual arts ("Kokoschka und die Musik")

active in improvisational theater

active in improvisational theater

Performances (Selection)

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2002

Awards

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Anton Bruckner Award

2012

got awarded the Paula Boleszny-scholarship (together with video-artist Claudia Rohrmoser and composer Gerhard Winkler)

Description of Style

Her emphasis lies on "early" and "contemporary" music, as well as on creatively combining the two.

Discography, Projects

Discography:

  • 2008: La Lontananza Nostalgica Utopica Futura (by Luigi Nono with Karlheinz Essl)
  • 2008: solo CD with late violin works by Giacinto Scelsi
  • 2005: innaron (with works by Biber and premières of works by Austrian composers; CD)

Broadcasting Performer of (Composition)