Friedemann Wezel

Friedemann Wezel

Violin Professor

12 - 18 of July

Universidad de Leipzig. Alemania.


Solorepertoire of Violinmusic from Bach to Mozart

Friedemann Wezel studied in Vienna and Würzburg, where he got his diploma with distinction. He received lessons from among others Erich Höbarth (Vienna), Roland Baldini (Leipzig) Sandor Vegh (Salzburg), Franco Gulli (USA) and Max Speermann (Würzburg)

Friedemann Wezel was a member of the „Jungen Deutschen Philharmonie“ (The Young German Philharmonic) for a long time He specialized both in chambermusic and in early music. In 1998 he founded “Il Capriccio”, an ensemble for chamber music. He became famous for his interpretation of the D minor violin concerto byMendelssohn.

Friedemann Wezel lectures regularly at various workshops and master classes using modern, but also historic instruments. In 2006 he became Professor for violin at the Conservatory of Leipzig. Since 2008 he is responsible for the most talented students there.

Friedemann Wezel is playing a violin from the year 1703 by Carlo Giuseppe Testore.