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Andreas Moscho studied with Charles-André Linale, leader of the Orpheus Quartet, as well as with Keiko Wataya and with members of the Amadeus Quartet, the Carmina Quartet, the Vogler Quartet and the Vienna String Sextet. He was concertmaster of various orchestras such as the European Festival Youth Orchestra, later he worked with the Kammerphilharmonie Amadé, the German Bach Soloists, the Classical Philharmonic Bonn and the European Chamber Orchestra. For many years he received a scholarship from the Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss under Johannes Goritzki. Among his chamber music partners are artists such as Barbara Buntrock, Friedemann Eichhorn, Inessa Galante, Kai Gleusteen, members of the Henschel Quartet, Ramon Jaffé, Hisako Kawamura, Andres Mustonen, Rohan de Saram and Alexey Stadler. Andreas Moscho has been a founding member of the delian::quartet since 2007. As its representative, he can be seen in various broadcasts for WDR, HR, NDR, SWR, BR and Deutschlandfunk. With unconventional and evocative concert projects, the delian::quartett is a guest at venues such as the Philharmonie and Konzerthaus Berlin, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Prinzregententheater Munich, Unione Musicale Turin, Konzerthaus und Musikverein Wien, Tonhalle Zürich, Beethovenfest Bonn, Kissinger Sommer, Piano Festival Ruhr , Ludwigsburg Castle Festival, Merano Music Weeks, Rheingau Music Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and Schubertiade Roskilde. The quartet’s CD recordings occupied top positions in the classical music charts and were awarded “subtle and rewarding performance” (the Strad) with “highest marks across the board” (Klassik Today). A major commitment of the ensemble is the expansion of the repertoire. Various world premieres were dedicated to him. In 2019, Aribert Reimann dedicated his arrangement of Schumann’s song cycle “Frauenliebe und Leben” to the delian::quartett and the soprano Claudia Barainsky, which the artists premiered in the Berlin Philharmonie and presented as a first recording for the label ECM Records. Among the guests of the delian::quartett are and were Gilles Apap, Measha Brueggergosman, Gérard Caussé, Stella Doufexis, Per Arne Glorvigen, Sergei Nakariakov, Menahem Pressler, Ulrich Noethen, Ulrich Tukur, Anatol Ugorski and many more. Until his death in 2019, the Delians shared ten years of their artistic career with the great actor Bruno Ganz in various sensational reading projects. Andreas Moscho has been associated with the renowned string manufacturer as a Pirastro artist since 2017. He plays a violin by Giovanni Battista Rogeri, circa 1690.

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