Paul Neubauer

Paul Neubauer

Biography

Soloist with more than 100 orchestras throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia including the New York, Los Angeles, Helsinki, Taipei, and Royal Liverpool Philharmonics; National, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, San Francisco, and Bournemouth Symphonies; English Chamber, Beethovenhalle, and Santa Cecilia Orchestras. Premiere of revised Bartok Viola Concerto as well as concertos by Tower, Penderecki, Picker, Jacob, Lazarof, Suter, Müller-Siemens, Ott, and Friedman. Artist member, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, since 1989. Orchestra and chamber music director of the OK Mozart Festival. Festival performances at Verbier, Ravinia, Stavanger, Hollywood Bowl, Lincoln Center, Mostly Mozart, and Marlboro. Avery Fisher Career Grant, 1989. Principal violist of New York Philharmonic for six years, joining at age 21 as the youngest principal string player in the Philharmonic’s history. Featured on CBS’s Sunday Morning, Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, and in Strad, Strings, and People magazines. First prizes, Whitaker, D’Angelo, Lionel Tertis International competitions. Recordings: Image, Decca, RCA, Telarc, Sony, Delos, and others.

Paul was born in Los Angeles, CA

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