Every semester at the Chamber Music Forum, students together with teachers of the Bruckner University present well-known chamber music works as well as rarely heard works. On April 2, the series of events is dedicated to the rebellious composers Arnold Schönberg and Francis Poulenc, opening up a musical insight into the exciting era of the Jung-WienerKreis and the Paris Groupe des Six. Johanna Dömötör will be interpreting Schönberg's Chamber Symphony No. 1, E major, Op.9 in the arrangement of Anton Webern and Poulenc's Sextett for wind instruments and piano.
My student Eva Arh won the audition for a solo piccolo time contract with the Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana in January 2019.
Another one of my students, Anita Baglyas, has been on tour in China in January
Magdalena Bergthaler, 15 years old and a student of my flute class, won the first prize at the Austrian competition Prima la Musica on March 16, 1919, with forwarding to the national competition.
Latham Horn wins the first prize in the London International Competition Melos with his trio.