Peter-Lukas Graf

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Peter-Lukas Graf (January 5, 1929) is a flautist.

He was born in Zürich in Switzerland. He was a pupil of André Jaunet, and later attended the Paris Conservatoire, where he won first prize with Marcel Moyse and Roger Cortot. Besides playing the flute both in orchestras and as a soloist, he is a conductor, and spent several years exclusively as an orchestra and opera conductor. He is also a teacher, and has taught at the Basel Music Academy since 1973. Graf played at James Galway's wedding in May 1972.[1] In 2005 Graf received an honorary doctorate from the Academy of Music in Kraków.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ J. Galway & L. Bridges The Man with the Golden Flute: Sir James, a Celtic Minstrel p. 113
  2. ^ http://www.amuz.krakow.pl/en/29/7/25/Doctorates-honoris-causa