Hartmut Rohde has appeared at prestigious international venues including the Berlin Philharmonie, Concertgebouw, Lincoln Center, Casals and Beethoven-Warsaw festivals, and as a soloist with Staatskapelle Weimar, Beethoven Bonn, Lithuanian Chamber and NDR Hannover orchestras. A founding member of the Mozart Piano Quartet, with numerous notable premiere recordings, he is a Professor at the Universität der Künste (Berlin) and is an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music (London). Awards include the OPUS classic and ECHO prizes for chamber music, and recordings for the Decca, EMI, MDG, Naxos and Sony labels. Current future plans include a performance of Josef Tal’s Viola Concerto with the German Radio Orchestra, the world premiere of Philip Sawyer’s Viola Concerto with the English Symphony Orchestra under Ken Woods, and works by Brahms and Schubert with pianist Markus Groh and mezzo soprano Marina Prudenskaya. Rohde plays an 1899 viola by Fiorini and a 2018 viola by Iuliano.
Photo Josep Molina