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Alexis Hauser- A Maestro Of Orchestral Conducting

Since being awarded the Koussevitzky Conducting Prize in 1974 at the Tanglewood Music Festival by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which was followed by his USA debut in 1975 with the New York City Opera and with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, with Itzhak Perlman as soloist,

Alexis Hauser

has established an international conducting career with numerous appearances in Europe, North and South America, and the Far East.

Born in Vienna in 1947, Mr. Hauser studied conducting at the Hochshule fur Musik and Darstellende Kunst in Vienna with Prof. Hans Swarowsky, in addition to piano with Frienda Valenzi, violloncello with Nikolaus Hubner, choral direction with Reinhold Schmidt and contemporary music practice with Friedrich Cerha. In 1970, he graduated with distinction with the Conducting Diploma in Prof. Swarowsky's masterclass. Other conducting studies were with Franco Ferrara at the 1969 Accademia Chigiana, Siena, Italy, and with Herbert von Karajan at the 1970 Summer Academy Mozarteum in Salzburg.

Mr. Hauser's guest engagements include in Europe:

Vienna Symphony, Vienna Chamber Orchestra and Radio Symphony, Philharmonia Hungarica, Budapest Philharmonic, Rotterdam Philarmonic and Radio-Philarmonic Hilversum, RIAS Symphony Berlin, Tchaikovsky Symphony of Radio Moscow, l'Orchestre National de Toulouse, Bruckner Orchestra Linz, the Zagreb, Belgrade and Ljubljana Philarmonics, the Czech State Philharmonic (Brno), "G. Enescu" Philharmonic (Bucharest), "Transylvania" Philharmonic Orchestra (Cluj), in addition to concert tours in Germany, Scandinavia and Iceland

in the United States:

Symphonic Orchestras of San Francisco, Minnesota, Atlanta, Seattle, Rochester and Kansas City. In addition, he has appeared at the "Grant Park Festival" in Chicago, the "Mozart Festival" in Washington D.C. and the "Berkshire Music Festival" in Tanglewood

in Canada:

Symphonic Orchestras of Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton, and the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Otawa

in Latin America:

National Orchestras of Lima, Buenos Aires and Mexico City

in the Far East:

Philippine Philharmonic in Manila, and has taken on commitments in Tokyo since 1995

Mr. Hauser has also been invited as a Guest Professor at the Manhattan School of Music and The Juilliard School in New York; the Royal Conservatory in Toronto; Hochshule fur Musik in Graz, Austria, and at the Kunitachi College of Music, Tokyo.

Among Mr. Hauser's distinctions figure the Akademie Preis of the Austrian Ministery of Cultural Affaires, the Koussevitzky Conducting Prize and the Eleanor Crane Memorial Prize of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Berkshire Music Center, Tanglewood, Massachusetts (jury: Seiji Ozawa, Gunther Schuller, Joseph Silverstein); winner of the First International Hans Swarowsky Conducting Competition in Vienna (among the jury: Claudio Abbado and Michael Gielen); the Award of Merit of the Canadian Performing Arts Organisation (for the promotion of contemporary music).

Maestro Hauser is represented in Europe by the following agencies:

DR.RAAB & DR. BOHM KUNSTLERAGENTUR Plankengasse 7 1010 Wien Tel: *43 1 51 20 501/25 (Fr.Radmila Schweitzer) Fax: *43 1 512 7743 (to send an e-mail to Dr. Raab or Dr. Bohm, click on the mailbox icon, or send it to:

MUSA PROMOTION Ileana & Alexandru Lucianu Thormannstrasse 64 CH - Berne 3005 Tel: *4131 351 42 45 Fax: * 4131 351 42 46

Mr.LAURENT DELAGE- International Artists Management -Albertplatz 8/20 1080 Wien, Austria Tel/Fax: +43 1 40 363 49 Mobil Tel.: 0676 4123562 (to send an e-mail to Mr. Delage, click on the mailbox icon, or send it to:

IMPRESARIO AS- Tollbugaten 3 N 0512 Oslo, Norway

Prof. CRISTINA BOTA Tel/Fax +43 22 362-8725 (to send an email to Prof. Cristina Bota, click on the mailbox icon: , or send it to:

Maestro Hauser would be interested in an American representation for: concerts (only professional orchestras), opera, master courses, festivals, guest professorship.

Related Web Sites

Mr. Hauser's List of International Press Release
Mr. Hauser's List of Concerts and CD Recordings
Tudor Mihai Bota- Pianist