Johann Walker is TeacherDoc, PoliticDoc, PianoDoc and more
Johann Walker had been working as a teacher, when getting a job in his home country Argentina at the German school he secretly studied medicine and is now practising as GP at Herrenberg near Stuttgart. There he is involved in a political party. Continue reading Johann Ferdinando Walker→
Born at any cold day of December he lived in Alzenau/Germany with his family and besides making music he is doctor in an institution of children psychiatry. He has a professional musical background and has been touring Germany-wide with well-known artists as Top Sound, Fantasie and Bernd Schütz Band. He is leader of the band.
His show – a bit broadway like Frank Sinatra’s “I did it my way”? Not at all for sure!
An amateur comedian tries to develop his talents mixed with local dialect and poetry and tells his story from his first time at school until today… parts of his program are his choir “Jugendfreunde” and his Duo with Edwin Panz (in dialect). Continue reading Thomas Jopp→
Mexican composer, Armando Torres-Gomez, was born on June 11, 1973. Started his musical studies at the age of 6 at the musical initiation program of the Escuela Nacional de Musica (UNAM). Wrote his first composition at the age of seven (duet for baroque flutes) and studied violin with Cruz Rojas. Later on, at the same school, he starts studying composition. Continue reading Armando Torres→
Ingo Budweg was born in Essen in 1973. Early he began making music, played the violin in several orchestras and chambermusic groups. Later he studied trombone and french horn. Apart from his medical studies he also studied french horn and piano. Continue reading Ingo Budweg→
Frido Mann is ConductorDoc, TheologyDoc, PsychologyDoc, WriterDoc and “RollerCoasterDoc”
He owns a czech, then US-american and at last a swiss passport, he gets a conductors and piano diploma, becomes a theologist and psychologist – and reaches the pre-clinical exam in medicine. Therefore the title of his book is “Roller Coaster” – it is written in present time and thus involves the reader in this interesting life. Continue reading Frido Mann→
Gert Feser is conducting the “ensemble con brio”, one of the leading amateur orchestras in Würzburg/Germany. He is medical doctor and was professor for music therapy and understands making music as a fountain for joy and prevention of diseases and protection of human spirit and creativity. Thus his rehearsals are often making the participants enthusiastic…..Continue reading Gert Feser→
Having enjoyed 20 years of orchestra violin playing, sometimes concertmaster, including Taipei City Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Century Symphony Orchestra , ROC National Army Symphony Orchestra, and Taipei Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
born in 1976 in Fulda he got music lessons at age 5. With 8 he began studying Cello at the local music school, then he did a lot with chamber music and worked himself into orchestra literature. His autodidactical conducting abilities were completed by studies with KMD Gunther-Martin Göttsche and Prof. Peter Winkler.
After his “Abitur” (about high school degree) he wrote music critics and conducted a lot of sacred music recitals with amateur ensembles. Then he founded the Fulda Symphony Orchestra together with Karsten Aßmann, Dorothea Heller and Albert Flügel in 1999. For his cultural work he got the “Paul-Harris-Fellow” award by the local Rotary club. Continue reading Simon Schindler→
Louis Boyd Neel was trained as a medical doctor but gave up that career in 1932 to become a professional conductor. In 1934 he conducted the first performance of any opera at Glyndebourne. He appeared at the Salzburg Festival in 1937, and conducted his own orchestra that toured Great Britain and Europe until 1939. Continue reading Louis Boyd Neel→
1979 the town of Erfurt/Germany got a carillon built inside the Bartholomäusturm which is now part of the town museum.
Thomas Gööck used to play on it.
He is also active as conductor mostly with oratories performed in churches. Continue reading Thomas Gööck→
Gunther Strothmann is CarillonDoc and ConductorDoc
The MusicDoc from Kiel/North Germany has studied piano and organ with Ernst Hörbe. He began his musical career with organ recitals all over North Germany, Denmark, France and Poland. IN 1977 he founded the Symphony Orchestra Melsdorf.
Beginning with “Kleiner Chor” in 1980 they performed oratories in original language and after a performance with music of Rachmaninov renamned the choir after him.
In 1999 he was called the carillonist of the new carillon in Kiel. He plays it every first Saturday of the monthe at 11 a.m.