Kurt Redel (8 October 1918 in Breslau, Silesia, now Wrocław, Poland – 12 February 2013 in Munich, Germany) was a German flutist and conductor. [1 ]
Early life [ edit ]
flute, violin, conducting, and composition, as well [2 ] music history and piano at the Breslau Conservatory. He worked as a solo flutist for the [2 ] Meininger Landeskapelle (1938/39), Salzburg Mozarteum (1939/41, where he was also awarded a professorship) and Bavarian State Orchestra/Opera (1941/45). Between 1946 and 1953/56 he taught at the Northwest German Music Academy in Detmold. [2 ]
Pro Arte Orchestra [ edit ]
In 1953 he founded the (Munich) Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra with which he made numerous recordings of works of
Baroque, Classical and later periods. He founded the Lourdes Festival and was its director for 20 years. [3 ] [2 ]
He died in February 2013, age 94.
References [ edit ]
^ "Kurt Redel verstorben" (in German). kulturinfo-lippe.de . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
^ a b c d Cummings, Robert. "Kurt Redel". . Rovi Corporation allmusic . Retrieved 2009-11-19.
^ "Katalog des Deutschen Musikarchivs". (in German). Deutsches Musikarchiv Deutsche Nationalbibliothek . Retrieved 2009-11-19.
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