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Wolfgang David performed with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra, New York Virtuosi etc. He has been well received by the press - the Washington Post wrote that he "scaled theheights of musicmaking" and The Strad described his playing "as emotionally wide-ranging as one could hope for".

Wolfgang David has performed in major halls such as Konzerthaus and Musikverein Hallin Vienna, Carnegie Hall in New York, Cerritos Center in Los Angeles, Suntory Hall andBunka Kaikan Hall in Tokyo, Wigmore Hall in London, and Philharmonie in Cologne. Herecorded more than 15 CDs for SONARE, NAXOS, Decibel Records, Albany, and VDEGallo.He performs on a violin built in 1715 by Carlo Bergonzi, Cremona, on exclusive loanto him from the Austrian National Bank.

Wolfgang Panhofer, Cello


Wolfgang Panhofer performed concerts throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the USA where he had his debut at the Carnegie Hall in 2000. Numerous radio and television broadcast performances include: Eurovision under Franz Welser-Moest, live broadcast shown in eight European countries; BBC concert with Paul Tortelier; concert with the Katowice Philharmonic Orchestra for Polish Television; special report on Slovenian TV. He  performed concerts under Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Franz Welser Moest, Martin Sieghart, Cornelius Meister, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Hans Zender and many others.

Wolfgang had numerous concerts with world renowned orchestras, such as the Vienna Symphony, the Niederösterreichische Tonkünstler Orchestra, the Budapest Symphony, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic, the Opera Orchestra Ljubljana, and many others.


Le Monde described his playing as "a fusion of energy and color and of hypnotic expression". The Viennese Pianist Bernhard Parz studied Piano at the University of Music in Vienna. After winning several prizes such as the 1st prize at the International Johannes Brahms Competition, he performed throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America, both as a soloist and chamber musician.


Since 2009 he is holding a chair for Piano at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna. He has been appointed the youngest University Professor for Piano since existing of the University.

Bernhard Parz is „Bösendorfer-Artist“ and spreading the Viennese culture of sound in the world. His perfection of sound, the touching by speaking with every single note is unique and honoured by audience and critics. The German record magazine Pizzicato writes „the pianist’s delicate touch breathe life into the scores."

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