EON International Music Academy
Professor an der Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Germany
독일 함부르크 국립 음악대학 교수
Professor an der Kalaidos Musikhochschule in Zürich, Switzerland
스위스 칼라이도스 음악대학 교수
Ralf Nattkemper is highly regarded throughout Europe as a German pianist conveying modern German pianism. Born in West Germany he studied with Max Martin Stein, Yara Bernette, Fausto Zadra and Wilhelm Kempff. His recitals leaded him in most countries of Europe, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Austria, Switzerland as well to Venezuela, Japan and China. He has also performed at music festivals such as Hamburg, Venice, Verona, Lausanne, Assisi, Caracas, Valony. He performed concerts with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, Bulgarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Romanian National Radio Symphony Orchestra and others. Recitals and concerts are widely introduced throughout Europe on television and radio. At the 100th anniversary ceremony in Brahms birthplace Hamburg he was the only pianist invited to play Brahms' Piano Concerto No.1. As a soloist, he has a wide repertoire from Baroque to Messiaen, with a special emphasis on the German classical and romantic repertory. He is also active in chamber music activities and has performed with Mark Lubotsky, Leonid Peysahov, and Hirofumi Fukai and others. Released CDs with works from Beethoven (op.106,109-111, 120), Schubert (last sonatas) and Schumann (op.17) and Liszt (Sonata). As an educator, he has contributed to European piano education for many years. At the age of 31, he became the youngest professor at the Hamburg University of Music and Theater, and then headed the instrumental department of the same university for 11 years and the head of the piano department for 14 years. From 2011-2015 he was invited as a visiting professor at the Aichi Prefectural University of Arts Japan (Aichi Geidai). He is a judge at international competitions around the world, including Brussels, Tokyo (PTNA and Yamaha), Beijing, Jaen, Sofia, Rome, Hamburg, Frankfurt, San Sebastian, Madrid, Messina and Caltanisetta. Many of his disciples who studied under him have won 1st prizes in major international competitions around the world, including the German Echo Klassik, the Queen Elizabeth International Competition, the Jaen International Competition, and the Steinway International Competition, the French International Competition, Elise Meyer Competition and many others. In addition to hosting master classes at major conservatories throughout Europe such as the Paris Conservatoire, the Royal Conservatoire de Madrid, the Sofia Conservatoire, the Lisbon Conservatoire and the Rotterdam Conservatoire, he is teaching at Kalaidos Musikhochschule (Zürich, Switzerland) and at the Yamaha Master Class (Yamaha Music Foundation, Tokyo). Many of his former students are nowadays professors in numerous universities around the world or leading an international career. Beethoven op. 106 and op. 120
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