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Cornelia Loescher
The Salzburg violinist Cornelia Loescher studied with Irmgard Gahl, Benjamin Schmid, Joshua Epstein and Ernst Kovacic and took part in numerous master classes. She has won numerous competitions in Germany and abroad as well as the Christa Richter Steiner Prize from the "Association of Friends of the Mozarteum University". Winner of the Ö1 violin, a Ceruti 184*, on which she played for two years 2003-2005.

Solo and chamber music concert activities: Vienna Hall, Great Hall of the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Innsbruck Congress, Schlosstheater Schwetzingen, Brahms Hall of the Wiener Musikverein, Great Hall and Mozart Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus, Grafenegg Castle, Austrian Festival St.Gallen, Radiokulturhaus Vienna, Haydn Festival Eisenstadt, Styriarte and other well-known festivals and concerts across Europe.

Since 2007 she has been a lecturer at the Joseph Haydn Conservatory in Eisenstadt. She leads her own violin class and the chamber music class for strings.

Luca Monti

The pianist Luca Monti, who lives in Vienna, studied at the Terni Conservatory with Elio Maestosi, at the Zurich University of Music with Jürg von Vintschger and finally at the Vienna University of Music with Noel Flores. He received important impulses from Elisabeth Leonskaja, Rudolf Kehrer, Paul Badura-Skoda and in master classes with Vera Gornostaeva, Hans Graf, Vlado Perlemuter, Harvey Shapiro, Rudolf Buchbinder and Sergio Perticaroli. He is a prizewinner in well-known competitions, such as the "Beethoven Piano Competition" in Vienna (1989 and 1993) and the Italian Int. "Casagrande" competitions in Terni , Cantù , ARAM-Rome and Senigallia.

He gave concerts in the Wiener Musikverein and Konzerthaus, in the Brucknerhaus Linz, in the Musikhalle Hamburg, at the Bregenz Festival, in the Teatro Ghione Rome, in the Teatro delle Erbe Milan, in the Ansermet Hall Geneva, in the YConcert Hall New York, in the Izumi Hall Osaka, the Casals Hall Tokyo as well as in Menton, Portogruaro, Dubrovnik, Lausanne, Zurich and Gstaad. as well as with numerous orchestras. In addition to his solo career, Luca Monti is also intensively devoted to chamber music: with the "Ison" trio he has won numerous first prizes ("International Osaka Chamber Music Competition" and "International Brahms Competition" in Pörtschach) and has given concerts in Europe, South America and Asia. Luca Monti's chamber music partners included: Julian Rachlin, Lidia Baich, Christoph Stradner, Anton Sorokow, Reinhard Latzko, Alexandra Soumm. Luca Monti teaches piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and chamber music at the Vienna Conservatory (the city's private university).

Hannes Gradwohl
The cellist Hannes Gradwohl, who comes from the Haydn town of Eisenstadt, received his training at the Haydn Conservatory in Eisenstadt, at the Music University in Vienna and at the Scuola Internationale Duino (Italy).

He is a prizewinner in national and international competitions and has been awarded the culture prize of the city of Eisenstadt, the culture prize of the province of Burgenland, the culture prize “Wiener Flötenuhr” from the Mozart Society Vienna and an honorary diploma from the music academy “Accademia Musicale Chigiana” in Siena.

From 1992 to 2010 he was a cellist in the Haydn Trio Eisenstadt and a member of the Haydn Piano Trio.

Concerts have taken him throughout Europe, to the USA, Canada, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, South Africa, Israel, Malta, Cyprus, Turkey, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

With the Haydn Trio Eisenstadt, among others. the complete recordings of all trios by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert.

Hannes Gradwohl gave  Master classes at various universities (including Los Angeles, Kiev, Moscow, Brasilia, Seoul).

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