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DIRETTO DA LUKAS HAGEN

LUKAS HAGEN

HANNA WEINMEISTER

ALEXANDRA MOSER

MARIE-THERESE SCHWÖLLINGER

IRIS JUDA

PHILIPP BONHOEFFER

SEBASTIAN BONHOEFFER

OSCAR HAGEN

SEPP RADAUER

GÜLRU ENSARI

HERBERT SCHUCH

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Lukas Hagen

Lukas Hagen was born in Salzburg. He studied at the Mozarteum University under Dr. Helmut Zehetmair and graduated in 1983 with distinction. After his university studies he was taught for a year by Gidon Kremer. Other important teachers for Lukas Hagen were Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Walter Levin. Lukas Hagen is first violinist of the Hagen Quartet and since 1981 he has performed in all the world`s major music centres. The Hagen Quartet was awarded first prize at the international competitions in Portsmouth and Evian. The quartet has had an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon since 1985. Since 2010 they record with Myriios classics. Lukas Hagen has performed as soloist at the Salzburg Mozart Week and at the Salzburg Festival. He has given concerts in Italy, Germany, England and Japan. Lukas Hagen has been leader of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe for 7 years. He has been a professor at the Mozarteum University since 1999 and he is frequently invited to sit on juries at international competitions and to give master-classes.

Hanna Weinmeister

Hanna Weinmeister is laureate of numerous international competitions, inter alia the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg (1991), the Concours International Jacques Thibaud (1994) and the International Parkhouse Award in London. She studied in Salzburg with Bruno Steinschaden, in Vienna with Gerhard Schulz and in Lübeck with Zakhar Bron. While working as first concert master at the Opernhaus Zürich, she gives concerts as a soloist and chamber musician with violin and viola. She is member of the Tetzlaff Quartett, the Trio Weinmeister,the Krenek Ensemble and the Ensemble Labyrinth and is Guest at many international Chambermusic Festivals. She is also a member of the Orchestra La Scintilla which plays on period instruments. As a soloist she has played with Philharmonia Zurich, Orchestra la Scintilla, Munich Philharmonic, SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden in Freiburg, Mozarteum Orchestra, Bruckner Orchestra Linz, under the batons of Franz Welser Möst, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Fabio Luisi, Heinz Holliger and Heinrich Schiff.

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Alexandra Moser

Alexandra Moser is an Austrian violinist, who is currently based in Basel and Vienna. The wish to become a musician one day was established soon in her life. Coming from a non-musical, but very supportive family, it was her own decision to start playing the violin at the age of four. A few years later she was accepted to the class of Prof. Lukas Hagen at Mozarteum University Salzburg as a pre-college student. National and international performances with local orchestras as a Soloist followed. 
In the course of her professional  life, she gained various experiences in solo performance, chamber music as well as in professional orchestras. 
At the moment Alexandra is studying her Masters at the Musik-Akademie Basel with Prof. Barbara Doll. Additionally she worked with Nora Chastain, Rainer Schmidt, Pierre Amoyal, Friedemann Eichhorn, Kurt Sassmannshaus, Vadim Gluzman and Guy Braunstein.   
Alexandra Moser is a member of the Javus Quartett, which was formed in 2016 in Salzburg, Austria. The quartet is influenced particularly by Lukas Hagen’s guidance and continuous support. Besides, the quartet is working with Eberhard Feltz, Johannes Meissl, Valentin Erben, Gerhard Schultz, Günter Pichler, Thomas Ades and Alexander Pavlovsky. The Javus quartet performs regularly on stages in Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland where they captivate audience and critics alike with their passion. ​

Marie-Therese Schwöllinger

Born 1996 in Austria, Marie-Therese studied with Lukas Hagen at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and with Stephan Picard at the Hochschule für Musik „Hanns-Eisler“ in Berlin. At austrian violin competitions she received many first prices, as a soloist and chamber musician and won the international “Ars nova competition” 2012 in Trieste, Italy. In 2011 she was selected to participate at the “Angelika Prokopp Summer Academy” of the Vienna Philharmonics and had the opportunity to work with some of the members. She was the concertmaster of the Salzburger Regional Youth Orchestra. She received further musical Impulses from Ulf Wallin, David Frühwirth, Barbara Doll und Leonidas Kavakos and Rainer Schmidt. Since 2015 she is a member of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester and worked with conductors like Kent Nagano, David Afkham, Christoph Eschenbach, Philippe Jordan and Daniel Harding and played in the most important concert halls in Europa with soloists like Gautier Capucon, Frank Peter Zimmermann und Christian Gerharer. Since 2017 she is also a member of the orchestra „European Philharmonic of Switzerland“. She performed at prestigious festivals such as Diabelli Sommer Mattsee, Monte Castelli Music Festival, Kronberg Academy Mit Musik Miteinander, Verbier Festival, Aurora Festival, Eggenfelden Klassisch And Hohenstaufen Akademie. There she played with Lukas Hagen, Clemens Hagen, Iris Juda Hagen, Herbert Schuch, Thomas Reif, Timothy Ridout, Alena Baeva, Ryszard Groblewski and Kian Soltani. 

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Iris Juda

Alexandra Moser is an Austrian violinist, who is currently based in Basel and Vienna. The wish to become a musician one day was established soon in her life. Coming from a non-musical, but very supportive family, it was her own decision to start playing the violin at the age of four. A few years later she was accepted to the class of Prof. Lukas Hagen at Mozarteum University Salzburg as a pre-college student. National and international performances with local orchestras as a Soloist followed. 
In the course of her professional  life, she gained various experiences in solo performance, chamber music as well as in professional orchestras. 
At the moment Alexandra is studying her Masters at the Musik-Akademie Basel with Prof. Barbara Doll. Additionally she worked with Nora Chastain, Rainer Schmidt, Pierre Amoyal, Friedemann Eichhorn, Kurt Sassmannshaus, Vadim Gluzman and Guy Braunstein.   
Alexandra Moser is a member of the Javus Quartett, which was formed in 2016 in Salzburg, Austria. The quartet is influenced particularly by Lukas Hagen’s guidance and continuous support. Besides, the quartet is working with Eberhard Feltz, Johannes Meissl, Valentin Erben, Gerhard Schultz, Günter Pichler, Thomas Ades and Alexander Pavlovsky. The Javus quartet performs regularly on stages in Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland where they captivate audience and critics alike with their passion. ​