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Konrad Hünteler (Flute, Conductor)

Born: March 12, 1947 - Germany

The German flautist and conductor, Konrad Hünteler, received his training from Hans-Jürgen Möhring, Günther Höller, Aurèle Nicolet, and Hans-Martin Linde.

Konrad Hünteler has concertized as a solo flautist in the Collegium Aureum, Cappella Coloniensis, London Classical Players, and Orchestra of the 18th Century and has held the post of Artistic Director of the Camerata of the 18th Century since 1991. As a chamber musician, he has performed together with Anner Bylsma and Bob van Asperen.

Konrad Hünteler has been Professor of Flute Instruments at the Münster division of the Detmold Academy of Music since 1979. In 2001 he became an honorary member of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Flöte e.V. (German Society for Flute Association).


Source: MDG Website; German Wikipedia Website
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (January 2013)

Konrad Hünteler: Short Biograohy | Recordings of Instrumental Works

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Konrad Hünteler (MDG) [English/German]

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