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Reinhard Febel

Biography

*3 July 1952 Metzingen

1979
Studies of composition with Klaus Huber, Freiburg, Germany.

1979
Scholarship from the Heinrich-Strobel-Stiftung of the Suedwestfunk, Baden-Baden, Germany.

1980
Beethoven-Prize of the City of Bonn.
Composition Prize at the “International Composition Seminar Boswil”, Switzerland.

1982
Participant at the Courses for computer music at the IRCAM in Paris.

1983
Commission for the Bayerische Staatsoper Munich: the chamber opera "Euridice".
Lectures, seminars, concerts in Argentinia, Uruguay, Chile and Peru with the Goethe-Institute.

1984
Scholarship for the Villa Massimo in Rome. 
Prizewinner of the “Steinbrenner Stiftung” in Berlin.

1985
Commission for the Youth Orchestra of the European Community. 
First performance of "Sinfonie" at the Donaueschinger Musiktage.

1987
Film music for the television film "Der Zauberbaum" (The Magic Tree) after the novel by Peter Sloterdijk.

1988 
First performance of the opera "Nacht mit Gaesten" (Night with Guests) after Peter Weiss at the Opera House in Kiel.
Prizewinner of the Stamitz-Award.
Record production of the Deutsche Musikrat.
Commission for twentieth anniversary of the Bundesjugendorchester (State Youth Orchestra).

1989
Professor for Composition and Music Theory at the Academy of Music (Musikhochschule) in Hannover.

1992
Artist scholarship of the Country of Niedersachsen.

1993
Study visit to Cameroon and South Africa.

1994
Lectures in Wellington and Auckland, New Zealand and in Riga, Latvia.

1995
Composition classes in La Paz, Bolivia and at the CEAMC, Buenos Aires.

1997
Workshops and lectures in Houston, United States, Taipei, Taiwan and Kyoto, Japan.

Professor for composition at the University Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria.

2000
Guest lectures at the Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.

Since 2000:
Piano duo for four hands together with the pianist Isabel von Jakubowski.

2001
Guest lectures at the University Natal, Durban, South Africa.

2002
Guest lectures at the Conservatory Skopje, Macedonia.

2003
World premiere of "Wolkenstein" at the Philharmonie Berlin.
Guest lectures at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.

2005
Guest lectures at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa and at the CEAMC Buenos Aires.
Master Class in Composition at the Salzburg Summer Academy.

2006
Guest lectures at the Conservatories in Udine, Italy and Sevilla, Spain.

2007
First performance of the Opera "Gespensterhaus" at the Toihaus in Salzburg.

2008
Masterclass at the Summer Courses “Presjovem” in Cordoba, Spain.
Composition classes at the Conservatorio de Sevilla, Spain.

2009
Composition classes at the Ensembleakademie in Frankfurt, Germany.
First Performance of the Opera Trilogy at the Opera House Kiel, Germany.
"Giftiger Fisch", collection of short stories.

2011
Composition lectures at the Musikhochschule Frankfurt.
Composition classes at the Konservatorium Riga, Latvia.

2012
First own stage production: "Morde in Bildern", Opera House Würzburg, Germany.
"Der Klang des Verbotenen": Novel about the life of Domenico Scarlatti.
Composition classes at the National University Seoul, Korea.

2013
Guest at the KCUA (Kyoto City University of Arts), Japan.

2014 (March)
Guest lectures at the Royal Conservatory Stockholm

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