Reinhard Goebel

Violinist and conductor. Born 31 July 1952
Reinhard Goebel
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1952-07-31
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Reinhard Goebel

Reinhard Goebel Biography (Wikipedia)

Reinhard Goebel (born 31 July 1952 in Siegen, West Germany) is a German conductor and violinist specialising in early music on authentic instruments and professor for historical performance at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Goebel received his first violin lessons at the age of twelve. He studied the violin with Franzjosef Maier [de], the leader of the Collegium Aureum, Saschko Gawriloff, an expert in difficult modern scores, and baroque violinists Marie Leonhardt in The Hague and Eduard Melkus in Vienna.

In 1973 Goebel founded his early music ensemble Musica Antiqua Köln that he led till its dissolution in 2007. He has been an important figure in early music and, for example, was instrumental in rediscovering the music of Johann David Heinichen and Jan Dismas Zelenka, court composers in Dresden.

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Past BBC Events

Proms 1989: Prom 32 - 'A quattro violini' - music for four violins
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Royal Albert Hall
1989-08-16T20:28:11
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Aug
1989

Proms 1989: Prom 32 - 'A quattro violini' - music for four violins

Royal Albert Hall

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