Curriculum Vitae of Maria Brigitte Gstättner, Mag

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Curriculum Vitae of Maria Brigitte Gstättner, Mag
Curriculum Vitae of Maria Brigitte Gstättner, Mag.a art.
31 May 1977 (one daughter: Laura Maria Gstättner, born: 26 September 1997)
one son: Gabriel Felix Heckel, born: 2 December 2011)
www.magst.at
Foto: Bernhard Schramm
At the moment
Research contract as an “artistic scientist” for an FWF-project (peek project) at the University of Music
and Performing Arts Vienna. Project: “Quo Vadis, Teufelsgeiger?” (www.quovadisteufelsgeiger.at)
Tutor for “free improvisation for chamber music ensembles and orchestra” at the Orchestra Academy
Ossiach
Principal bassoonist at the Burgtheater Vienna, principal bassoonist at the Volkstheater Vienna, bassoonist
in the Vienna Chamber Philharmonic
Co-founder and bassoonist member of the association “Studio Dan. Verein für neue Musik” (“Studio Dan.
Association for contemporary classical music”)
Leader and organiser of the ensemble: Gstättner*Heckel*Sahmaoui
Orchestral work with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, the
Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra of the Volksoper
Vienna and the Tonkünstler Orchestra
Concerts with Klangforum Wien, “die Reihe”, Collegium Viennense and the “Prager Bläser-Trio”
Education
Degree programme bassoon at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna from sept 1997 –
2005, degree with distinction (Prof. Dietmar Zeman, Prof. Stepan Turnovsky, Prof. Richard Galler)
Degree programme “Instrumental (Voice) Education Bassoon” at the University of Music and Performing
Arts Vienna from sept 1999 – 2003, teaching certificate (degree with distinction)
Doctoral degree programme (PhD) at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna at the institute
for Music Sociology from September 2009 – present
Doctor of Arts degree programme at Kunstuniversität Graz from September 2011 - present
Completed training as a music-kinesiologist
Projects, artistic and educational work
Participation in the Komponistenforum Mittersill 2011 (Composer Forum Mittersill)
International chamber music activity at concert halls and festivals such a “Sounding Jerusalem” with Paul
Gulda, Ernst Kovacic and the Auris string quartet among others
2004 – 2005 employment as bassoonist in the Philharmonic Orchestra Graz, the orchestra of the Opera
Graz
International soloist; Concerts with the chamber orchestra of the Radio Symphony Orchestra Prague,
among others
Many international chamber music and orchestra concerts with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, “die
Reihe”, the Collegium Viennense wind octet and the Prague Trio (Japan, USA, Australia)
Many years of national and international chamber music concerts with the “Pentagon” wind quintet
Founder, leader and organiser of the trio: Gstättner – Heckel – Sahmaoui (bassoon, piano - accordion,
percussion – guitar) (CD „LAVA). International concerts with this specialised ensemble (e.g. in Marrakech,
Paris, Budapest and Berlin). This ensemble is the laureate of the Austrian World Music Awards’ Public
Choice Award in 2010.
Co-founder of the successful Austrian chamber music-jazz-contemporary music-band “Studio Dan”
consisting of 17 people (Laureate of the German Record Critics’ Award 2010)
Involvement (as a musician) in many CD-recordings of classical music, but also of cross-over and free
improvisation (including recordings of her own works) with “Studio Dan”, LFO, Klangforum Wien, the
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Janus Ensemble and many more
Principal Bassoonist in the Burgtheater Vienna, also for example in Franzobel’s play “Wir wollen den
Messias jetzt..”
Principal Bassoonist in the Volkstheater Vienna, also for example in Henrik Ibsen’s play “Peer Gynt”
Two internationally acclaimed solo performances: „liebes Fagott“ (dear bassoon) and „sie singt Fagott“
(she sings the bassoon) (concept by Maria Brigitte Gstättner)
Instructor at a course on free improvisation at ISA (International Summer Academy of the University of
Music and Performing Arts Vienna)
Leiterin von Improvisationskursen bei der ISA (Internationale Sommer Akademie) der MDW
Instructor at a course on improvisation in chamber music at the Joseph Haydn Konservatorium Eisenstadt
with string players in the class of Prof. Grönert
Design, development and conducting of the workshop CMA (Contemporary Musicians´ Awareness) at the
Leonard Bernstein Institute of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Guest at the KUG Graz (University for Music and Performing Arts Graz) conducting the CMA-workshop
2000 – 2005 bassoon professor at the music school Bisamberg/ Leobendorf, at the same time lecturer for
„Hospitation an Musikschulen/Fagott“ (“Hospitation at music schools/bassoon”) at the University of Music
and Performing Arts Vienna
Scholarships
1999 Tokyo Foundation scholarship
2000 Herbert von Karajan Centrum Vienna scholarship
2011/2012 Kunstuniversität Graz; Artistic Doctorate scholarship

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