Florian Uhlig

Florian Uhlig was born in 1974 in Düsseldorf. He studied in London with Peter Feuchtwanger and continued his studies at the Royal College of Music and at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where he lives as well as in Berlin. He has received the „Fondation Européenne de la Culture" Prize as well as the Queen Elizabeth Rose Bowl and Stephen Arlen Memorial Prize of the English National Opera. He presents solo concerts worldwide: from Brussels to Johannesburg (Linder Auditorium) and Capestadt (Baxter Concert Hall), from Cologne (Philharmonic) and Lonodon (Wigmore Hall, South Bank and Barbican Centre) and Munich (Herkulessaal, Prinzregententheater) to New York, Paris, Prag (Rudolfinum) and Vienna (Musikverein).

Florian Uhlig has appeared at the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Beethovenfest Bonn, France Musiques Paris, Ludwigsburger Schloßfestspiele, Strausstagen Garmisch, etc. He has recorded CDs among others for Hänssler Classsics and Wergo. Florian Uhlig is also a highly sought chamber music partner, also plays with Hermann Prey, holds master courses and is guest professor at international locations. Florian Uhlig's very extensive repertoire also contains contemporary music.

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