|Sat Aug 24, 2013 @20:30 - |
"Die Biene Maja" in Lienz.
|Thu Dec 06, 2012 @10:00 - 11:00AM|
DVD-Präsentation "Die Biene Maja" in Berlin
|Thu Aug 09, 2012 @21:00 - |
"Der Kilometerfresser" - Wiederaufführung im Burghof Klagenfurt
|Sun Mar 18, 2012 @19:30 - 10:00PM|
"Die Biene Maja" im Wiener Konzerthaus
|Sun Oct 09, 2011 @22:15 - |
"Der Zinker" auf ARTE
|Thu Jul 21, 2011 @21:00 - |
"Die Biene Maja" - Premiere im Burghof Klagenfurt
Born 1984 in Amstetten (Lower Austria), studied at the "Universität für darstellende Kunst" in Vienna and at the St. Pölten Conservatory in the subjects composition (classes of Ivan Eröd, David Babcock, Martin Lichtfuss), piano, organ, music theory and song.
Reithner won several awards at international Preisträger improvisation and instrumental competitions, the Lions Club composition scholarship and the Marianne Mendt Jazz Award.
Teaching activity and lectures about film scoring, song writing, music theory and composition. Concerts as conductor and soloist in Europe and USA.
2009 guest soloist with his soundtrack to "The Squealer" at the International Filmfest Brauschnweig, guest performances in Berlin. He composed five feature film scores for the FILMHARMONIE and for some DVD silent film releases by Filmarchiv Austria. Since 2010 principal conductor of the FILMHARMONIE Orchestra.
Raphael Schluesselberg, born 1984 in Graz (Austria), made his debut as a conductor as early as in 2000. He studied in the classes of Leopold Hager, Erwin Ortner and Mark Stringer. Workshops and masterclasses with Seiji Ozawa, Daniel Harding and Sir Simon Rattle. Correpetitor at the Lèhar Festival in Bad Ischl and at the Theater an der Wien, Vienna, and many more.
He worked with the Gustav-Mahler-Jugendorchester, the Wiener Kammerorchester and the "Wiener Akademie". So far, Schluesselberg conducted the operas "Comedy on the Bridge", "Die Kluge", "La Clemenza di Tito", "The Gypsy Baron", "L'Isola Disabitata" and "Così fan tutte". 2010/2011 China Tour with the "Symphonia Wien".
In the summer 2010 he conducted the premiere of Florian Reithner's film score for "The Mountain of Destiny".
(24. July 2010)
Erich Pichorner studied music sciences at the University of Graz (Austria).
2001 he took part in the wind band masterclasses with Jan Cober.