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Bernhard Haas
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Bernhard Haas (born 1964) studied in Cologne, Freiburg and Vienna. He had numerous competition successes, including 1st prizes at the 1983 Bach Competition in Wiesbaden and at the 1988 Liszt Competition in Budapest, and has been Professor of Organ at the State University of Music and Performing Arts, Stuttgart since 1994. Since 2013, he is appointed organ professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Among his most important teachers were Xavier Darasse, Jean Guillou, Ludger Lohmann, Michael Schneider, Albert Simon and Zsigmond Szathmáry. Haas's repertoire ranges from the music of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck to works composed within the last few years, with particular focus on the 17th century, J. S. Bach, the 19th century and new music.

 

Concert engagements and radio recordings take Bernhard Haas to almost every country in Europe and to Japan and Corea. He is frequently invited to give master classes and is in great demand as a jury member at international organ competitions. His work in the field of music theory includes the publication of analyses after Heinrich Schenker and Albert Simon. In 2008 he published a little known organ work by César Franck dating from 1854 and, with Veronica Diederen, Die zweistimmigen Inventionen von Johann Sebastian Bach: Neue musikalische Theorien und Perspektiven.

Los conciertos y las grabaciones han llevado a Bernhard Haas por casi todos los países de Europa, así como de Japón y Corea. Es invitado frecuentemente para dar clases magistrales y a formar parte de diversos jurados en concursos internacionales de órgano. Su trabajo en el campo de la teoría de la música incluye la publicación de análisis después de Heinrich Schenker y Albert Simon. En 2008 publicó con Verónica Diederen, Die zweistimmigen Inventionen von Johann Sebastian Bach: Neue MUSIKALISCHE Theorien und Perspektiven.

 

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