Prof. Hudler Peter



Peter Hudler, born in 1980 in Austria, began his studies with Robert Nagy (Vienna Philharmonic) at Konservatorium Wien and continued at Mozarteum Salzburg (Heidi Litschauer, Enrico Bronzi) where he finished both Bachelor’s and Master’s Programs with honors. He also worked intensively with Thomas Riebl and studied Chamber Music with members of the Hagen Quartett. He continued and broadened his education in various Master Classes, amongst them IMS Prussia Cove (Thomas Riebl), Accademia Chiagana Siena (Antonio Meneses), as well as in lessons with Thorleif Thedeen, Pieter Wispelwey, Patrick Demenga, Christoph Richter, Wenn Sinn Yang and Rudolf Leopold. In 2012, he studied with Enrico Dindo at the „Pavia Celloacademy“.


As an orchestra musician, Peter Hudler played with many of the best Austrian ensembles, amongst them Camerata Salzburg, Staatsoper Wien, Tonkünstler Niederösterreich and Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg. Internationally, he worked extensively with the Irish Chamber Orchestra and played as a guest with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, the Oslo Opera Orchestra and „Le Concert Olympique“ in Belgium. In 2009, he was Solocellist at Tromsö Kammerorkester in Norway and in 2014, Solocellist with the Chamber Music Ensemble „Danish Chamber Players“ in Denmark.


As a teacher, he has been teaching in Master Classes, amongst them at the Festival „Cello Fan“ in France and as a guest teacher at the „Barenboim-Said Foundation“ in Ramallah/Palestine. During his stay in Denmark, he taught both Cello and chamber music to young students of the MGK, the Danish Preparatory Class system.


As a chamber musician and soloist, Peter Hudler works in different ensembles, amongst them Cello/Piano-Duo (with Ida Andersson, Nikolaus Wagner), a newly founded Piano Trio specialized in authentic classical performance (Ensemble Wiener Cammerstyl), Violin/Cello-Duo (with Stephane Tran Ngoc) and other formations. He has been a guest cellist with the new music ensemble „Ensemble Wiener Collage“ and has participated in Martin Grubinger’s project „Percussive Planet“. In 2006, he preformed Brahms’ string sextet together with ao. Bruno Giuranna and Marianne Sirbu. He played in a string quartet that was selected to represent the University Mozarteum Salzburg at a Festival in Montepulciano, Italy. In 2015, he toured China with the Danish Piano Trio „Trio Solaris“.


In 2016, Peter Hudler recorded a CD with Jazz and Cross Over music for Cello Solo and Cello/Piano Duo that was financed through Crowdfunding, which will be officially released in the autumn of 2016.


With his students, he likes to work intensively but always in an empathetic atmosphere where he tries to help find solutions that work for the individual student, always led by the energy of the music, the joy of playing the Cello and creating something meaningful and beautiful.



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