monday january 31 (9:00 p.m.) classical music returns as the protagonist on the stage of the Teatro Bonci in Cesena: Karl Heinz-Schütz, first flute of the Wiener Philarmoniker and the Wiener Staatsoperhe is soloist and conductor of a program dedicated to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Magic of the Flute, with the chamber ensemble of the “Bruno Maderna” Conservatory.
Guided by the enchanting sound of this instrument, the journey of the young musician with his mother, in 1778, to Paris via Mannheim is retraced during the evening, during which he composed two concertos for solo flute and orchestra, K 313 and K 314, to reach the end of the extraordinary artistic and aesthetic career of Wolfgang Amadeus, who in 1791 dedicated Die Zauberflöte to the flute. The Magic Flute, the last piece, is a fairy tale which narrates the victory of good over evil, the journey from darkness to light: it is in the performance of this initiation rite that the flute becomes the musical instrument and symbolism of Mozart, which guides the realization of true humanity.
Karl-Heinz Schutz, Austrian, is the first flute of the Wiener Philarmoniker and the Wiener Staatsoper. He held the same role with the Stuttgarter Philharminker for four years and was a member of the Wiener Symphoniker from 2005 to 2011. Born in Innsbruck and raised in Landeck, Tyrol, he received his musical training at the Landeskonservatorium in Vorarlberg (with Eva Amsler ), at the National Conservatory of Music in Lyon (with Philippe Bernold) and with Auréle Nicolet in Switzerland. He won first prize at the Carl Nielsen International Music Competition in 1998 and at the Krakow International Flute Competition in 1999. He has performed in Europe and Japan and as a soloist he has been invited by conductors in orchestra such as Daniel Baremboim, Fabio Luisi, Yakov Kreizberg, Dmitrij Kitajenko and Bertrand de Billy. He is also a passionate chamber musician and member of various ensembles with a repertoire ranging from baroque to contemporary. In 2013, he joined the Ensemble Wien-Berlin and the Wiener Ring Ensemble in place of Wolfgang Shulz.
He participated in international festivals in Salzburg, Bregenz, Graz, Montpellier, Rheingau, Prague. He is professor of flute at the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversitat Wien and has held several visiting professorships. He organizes masterclasses all over Europe. A very active recording artist, he notably collaborates with Camerata Tokyo, for whom his Mozart, Prokoffiev and Brahms CDs have been published.
He is the artistic director of Horizonte Landeck.
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