Felix Hüttel


Date of birth: 14.07.1999

Instrument:

horn

Nationality:

German

Competition:

Jugend Musiziert, 2016

Prize: First Prize
Contact: thorugh the EMCY Office
Promoted by EMCY: GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE -Without borders! workshop

 

Felix Hüttel, born in 1999, started playing the horn at the age of eight. He is currently studying at the Stuttgart University of Music and Performing Arts in the horn class of Prof. Christian Lampert.

He was awarded with several first prizes in competitions like Karel Kunc Competition or Jugend musiziert, also priced with the Bruno Hermann Award by Pfälzische Musikgesellschaft and the Hans Sikorski Award by Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. He is furthermore supported by several foundations, like Zukunftsinitiative Rheinland-Pfalz, Villa musica or Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.

The young musician got important musical influences by Esa Tapani, Fergus McWilliam and Raimund Zell.

He is especially interested in chamber music. He received experiences by playing with piano as well as being part of a several brass and wind ensembles. He completed his facilities by doing masterclasses like Deutscher Kammermusikkurs or Epoche f with Ensemble Modern.

Actually Felix plays in the National Youth Orchestra of Germany. There he worked with conductors like Karl-Heinz Steffens, Sebastian Weigle or Sir Simon Rattle. Concert tours brought him to France, Italy, Romania, the Baltic States, India and China.

In October 2017 he is looking forward to start his bachelor studies at Bruckner University Linz.

 

Repertoire


Solo

M. Arnold, Fantasy

J. S. Bach, Paritata (BWV 1013)

V. Buyanovsky, Espana

B. Krol, Laudatio

O. Messiaen, Appel Interstellaire

E.-P. Salonen, Concert Etude


With piano

 

L. v. Beethoven, Sonata (op. 17)

Y. Bowen, Sonate (op. 101)

E. Bozza, En Foret

E. Bozza, Sur les Cimes

H. Busser, La Chasse de Saint Hubert

P. Dukas, Villanelle

J. Francaix, Divertimento

A. Glazunov, Reverie

P. Hindemith, Sonata for Alto Horn

P. Hindemith, Sonata in F

T. Madsen, Sonata (op. 24)

J. Rheinberger, Sonata (op. 178)

G. Rossini, Prelude, Theme and Variations

E.-P. Salonen, Horn music No. 1

R. Schumann, Adagio and Allegro

F. Strauss, Introduction, Theme and Variations (op. 13)

R. Strauss, Andante

J. Vignery, Sonata (op. 7)

 

Chamber music

 

M. Bärenz, Genesis for Brass Quintet

J. Brahms, Horn Trio (op. 40)

J. Cheetham, Scherzo for Brass Quintet

C. Czerny, Premier Grand Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano (op. 105)

A. Dvorak, Serenade in d minor (op. 44)

V. Ewald, Brass Quintet No.2

E. Ewazen, Trio for violin, horn and piano

W. A. Mozart, Serenade (KV 375)

W. A. Mozart, Serenade (KV 388)

F. Schubert, Octet in F major

A. Zemlinsky, Humoreske for Wind Quintet


With orchestra

 

K. Atterberg, Horn Concerto in a minor

C. Förster, Horn Concerto No. 1

R. Gliere, Horn Concerto (op. 91)

J. Haydn, Horn Concertos No. 1 and No. 2

A. Kiel, Horn Concerto (op. 23)

L.-E. Larsson, Concertino (op. 45)

T. Madsen, Horn Concerto (op. 45)

W. A. Mozart, Complete Horn Concertos

K. Nystedt, Horn Concerto (op. 114)

A. Rosetti, Horn Concerto in d minor

C. Saint-Saens, Morceau de Concert (op. 94)

E. Smyth, Concerto for violin, horn and orchestra

F. Strauss, Horn Concerto (op. 8)

R. Strauss, Horn Concertos No. 1 and No. 2

C. M. v. Weber, Concertino (op. 45)


If you are interested in working with Felix, please get in touch with the EMCY Office.

02.12.2000
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