|Gottlieb Wallisch, Austria, 2015|
Tour Dates: 6th - 17th August, 2015
Gottlieb Wallisch is one of the fastest rising representatives of the younger generation of Austrian artists.
August 7th, Friday, 19:30, Daning Theatre, Shanghai
Gottlieb Wallisch is one of the fastest rising representatives of the younger generation of Austrian artists. He was the 1st Prize and the “Grand Prix Ivo Pogorelich” at The Stravinsky Awards (USA). He has performed with the Wiener Philharmoniker, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, the Camerata Salzburg, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, under conductors like Giuseppe Sinopoli, Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Sir Neville Marriner, Christopher Hogwood, Philippe Entremont and Lawrence Foster. umerous concert tours have taken him to the USA (Carnegie Hall), Great Britain (Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall), Japan, Hong Kong, South America, the Middle East, Africa, and many European countries, including Spain, Germany and Switzerland. In the international "Rising Stars" project of 2001/02, he participated in, and gave recitals in Musikverein Vienna, Konserthus Stockholm, Societe Philharmonique in Brussels, the Athens Concert Hall, Wigmore Hall, and the Carnegie Hall.
Gottlieb has made appearances at the Lucerne Festival, Klavierfestival Ruhr, Beethovenfest Bonn, Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, Tonhalle Zurich, Festival de Wallonie, and Singapore Arts Festival. In 2002, Gottlieb Wallisch gave his much-acclaimed debut at the Salzburg Festival. Recent seasons have seen him performing at the Musikhalle Hamburg, the Kolner Philharmonie, the Budapest Spring Festival, the December Nights in Moscow and his China-debut with the Camerata Salzburg in Beijing and Guangzhou. In the Mozart anniversary year 2006 and the Haydn anniversary year 2009 he gave a cycle of concerts in the Musikverein Vienna dedicated to the works of these composers.
"One of the most accomplished young artists in Austria today. Gottlieb Wallisch - A Man for All Seasons!"
- Wiener Zeitung