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Haselböck Lukas

General Information

Year of Birth:  1972
Date of Birth:  11. March 1972
Place of Birth:  Vienna
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In his work as a composer, singer and musicologist Lukas Haselböck combines different approaches to music. Despite his theoretical work he remains committed to both the composing and playing of very emotionally charged music.

Education

PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation
1988 - 1990

lessons with Camillo Öhlberger

1990

Wiener Schottengymnasium: graduation

1990 - 1995

musicology with philosophy as a minor, diploma with honors

1991

composition

1993

first diploma and continuation of studies

1994 - 1999

vocal pedagogy (Adelheid Hornich)

1997

successful participation

1997

Ph.D. with distinction

1998 - 2001

course for breathing techniques

1999

composition diploma with distinction, master of arts

1999

private vocal studies (Jilij Chomenko)

private vocal studies (Gottfried Hornik)

participated in master classes, among others with Paul Esswood, Ute Garczynski, Gottfried Hornik, Kai Wessel and Kurt Widmer

Activities

PeriodActivityOrganisationLocation
1999

board member

2001

assistant at the Institute for Analysis, History and Theory of Music

2004

organization and content planning of the Friedrich Cerha Symposium (February 2004) - Publication of the Congress report entitled "Friedrich Cerha: Analysen - Essays - Reflexionen", Freiburg im Breisgau , 2006

2005

book-publication "Zwölftonmusik und Tonalität", Laaber 2005

2007

assistent professor

2007 - 2008

visiting professor of music-theory

2009

book-publication "Gérard Grisey: Unhörbares hörbar machen", Freiburg i.Br. / Vienna / Berlin 2009

2010

founding and ever since management of the concert-series together with Gernot Schedlberger

Ensemble Il Diletto Moderno: staged performances of Banchieri's "Il Festino" at festivals in Austria and abroad

choir participation, among others, at performances of the Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Concentus Vocalis, Hugo Distler Choir, Wiener Singverein

ensemble participation in Britten's church opera "Der verlorene Sohn"

participation in numerous programs

speaker at international symposia and author of numerous other musicological-analytical publications

broadcast recordings and CD-productions

solo activities, among others, for the Vienna's Musikverein, the broadcasting hall of the ORF, the Festival "Allegro vivo, Zwettler Organ Festival", under conductors such as Erwin Ortner or Bijan Khadem-Missagh

author of program introductions for the Vienna Konzerthaus, the NDR and various ensembles

Performances (Selection)

PeriodPerformanceCompositionOrganisationLocation
2018

Chorus Sine Nomine

Pernerinsel Hallein

numerous concerts in various European countries, Singapore, Ukraine and South Africa

Commissions (Selection)

PeriodCommissionCompositionCommissioner (Organisation)Commissioner (Person)

Karin and Doris Adam

Ensemble On Line

Ensemble Nodos

Sinfonietta Baden

Viennese Organ Concerts

Piano Duo Theiner & Breitner

Awards

PeriodAwardCompositionAwarding Organisation
1998

promotional award

1999

recognition award

2000

work scholarship

2000

promotional award

2001

promotion

2001

scholarship for composition

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