Prof. Troels Svane (Cello-Summit Vienna)
Individual lessons (open to the public)
Providing certificates of completion of the course (which will be hold as part of the Cello Summit)
For the best students of the course concert in Musikvereine Wien
Passive participation: 50€ per day
Also available online
Free admission for all active students during the courses of the Cello-Summit Vienna (Prof. Troels Svane, Prof. Gabriel Schwabe, Prof. Giovanni Gnocchi, Prof. Rienhard Latzko, Prof. Atanas Krastev, Prof. Johannes Moser, Prof. Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt, Prof. Jens-Peter Maintz, Prof. Francis Gouton, Prof. Wen-Sinn Yang, Prof. Jerome Pernoo, Prof. Tristan Cornut)
Mariahilfer Straße 51, 1060 Vienna, Austria
About Prof. Troels Svane (Cello-Summit Vienna)
TROELS SVANE cello
Troels Svane studied with David Geringas at the Musikhochschule Lübeck, Germany. He graduated from the soloist class with distinction and the highest grade in all subjects. Furthermore he was taught by Anner Bylsma, Frans Helmerson, Ralph Kirshbaum, György Ligeti, Yo-Yo Ma, Siegfried Palm, Boris Pergamenschikow, Mstislav Rostropovich, Daniil Shafran, Paul Tortelier and the Amadeus Quartet.
After finishing high school he was appointed co-principal cellist of the Copenhagen Philharmonic at the age of 18. He won prizes at prestigious national and international competitions and received numerous scholarships.
Troels Svane was the assistant to David Geringas for 11 years before he was appointed professor for violoncello at the Musikhochschule Lübeck in 2004. Furthermore he has a cello class at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin. He has given masterclasses in Australia, Asia, Ukraine, South America and in numerous European countries and was a jury member at international competitions.
His students are prize winners at prestigious international competitions(ARD, Feuermann, Geneva, Isang Yun, Rostropovich, Tchaikovsky) and members of renowed chamber music ensembles and orchestras such as the Armida Quartet, the Berlin Philharmonic and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks.