Florian Krumpöck

Piano, Conductor

Biography

Internationally celebrated as both a soloist and conductor, Florian Krumpöck has proven his outstanding ability in the international concert scene. Appointed as one of the youngest musical directors in German history in 2011 Krumpöck masters a broad variety of opera and concert literature as well as a wide piano repertoire, and fascinates the audiences with his double role as a soloist and as a conductor.

He counts some of the most distinguished pianists of our time among his teachers, like Rudolf Buchbinder, Gerhard Oppitz and Elisabeth Leonskaja.

Krumpöck was invited to play in major European music centres such as Vienna, Munich, Zurich, and Moscow as well as Israel, the USA, China, and South Korea, the Salzburg Festival, the Salzburg Easter Festival, the Bregenz Festival, the Bad Kissingen Summer Music Festival, the Bachfest in Leipzig, the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Music Festival and the Vienna Klangbogen. Furthermore in September 2017 Florian Krumpöck began a complete re-cording of Ludwig van Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas and a complete recording of all completed piano sonatas by F. Schubert.

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Reviews

“The 6 Symphonie Concert ended with bravos and enthusiastic applause. This time the Loh Orchestra was conducted by guest conductor Florian Krumpöck, who was also the soloist in the piano concerto.”

Christel Laude

Thüringer Allgemeine

“And that the time is ripe was proven by the first concert under the guidance of Florian Krumpöck, an internationally renowned conductor and pianist who seems to be coming at exactly the right moment.”

Alain Steffen

Tageblatt (Luxembourg)

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