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Andreas Ottensamer

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DubrovnikYuja Wang and Andreas Ottensamer

Unknown: to be announced
Yuja Wang; Andreas Ottensamer

ÁmsterdamEuropean Union Youth Orchestra: Mahler’s Symphony No. 5

© Lars Borges | Mercury Classics
Mozart, Mahler
European Union Youth Orchestra; Stéphane Denève; Andreas Ottensamer

PotsdamMozart, Moscheles, Danzi, Doppler

Mozart, Moscheles, Danzi, Doppler
Kammerakademie Potsdam; Emmanuel Pahud; Andreas Ottensamer; Albrecht Mayer

BerlínMozart, Moscheles, Danzi, Doppler

Mozart, Moscheles, Danzi, Doppler
Kammerakademie Potsdam; Emmanuel Pahud; Andreas Ottensamer; Albrecht Mayer

EssenMozart, Moscheles, Danzi, Doppler

Mozart, Moscheles, Danzi, Doppler
Kammerakademie Potsdam; Emmanuel Pahud; Andreas Ottensamer; Albrecht Mayer
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Intellect et émotion : Schwarz et Ottensamer au Festival de Pâques

Elena Schwarz dirige l'Orchestre de chambre de Paris au Grand Théâtre de Provence © Caroline Doutre
Avec l'Orchestre de chambre de Paris, Andreas Ottensamer propose un Mozart subtil et doux au Festival de Pâques. À la baguette, Elena Schwarz souligne les longues phrases de la Symphonie n° 2 de Beethoven.

Diamond-hard German Romantics from the LPO

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges
Wagner and hard-driven Brahms counter a silky smooth performance of Weber's First Clarinet Concerto.

Stunning Weber from Andreas Ottensamer in Auckland

Andreas Ottensamer © Katja Ruge | Decca
The Viennese clarinettist joined the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and Carlos Miguel Prieto in a programme of Copland, Weber and Shostakovich.

Trio infernal: Yuja Wang, Andreas Ottensamer und Daishin Kashimoto

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges
Das Trio begeistert im Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonie mit Chopin, Strawinsky und Debussy.

Tender and mischievous: Ottensamer in London

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges
Ottensamer shared the stage at Wigmore Hall with pianist José Gallardo and together they took it by storm with the erupting scalar passages in the first movement of Weber’s Grand Duo concertant.