Languages: German, English, Italian, French, (Japanese)
Arnulf von Arnim, born in 1947 in Hamburg, studied in Frankfurt, Stuttgart and in Paris with Pierre Sancan. He took master classes with Claudio Arrau and Wilhelm Kampff and won prizes at international music competitions.
He won 1st prizes at the “Viotti” Vercelli competition and the “Maria Canals” competition in Barcelona. He was also awarded prizes at the “Bussoni” competition in Bozen Geneva.
Arnulf von Arnim toured through Europe, the USA and Japan with different orchestras. He was frequently broadcasted on the radio and television, and recorded numerous LP’s.
As a chamber musician he worked together with Frank Peter Zimmermann, Ulf Hoelscher, Saschko Gawriloff, Vesselin Paraschkevov, Kurt Nikkanen, Kurt Guntner, Paul Rosenthal, David Geringas, Ivan Monighetti, Julius Berger, Ventseslav Nicolov, Rainer Moog, Jean Sulem, the Brodsky-Quartet and many others.
Arnulf von Arnim is professor at the Folkwang-Hochschule Essen, guest professor at the Musashino Cconservatory in Tokyo and teaches at the Musikhochschule in Munich. In addition he is the artistic director of the international Schubert Competition in Dortmund.
He gives Master Classes in Europe, Japan and the USA and is invited frequently as a jury member in international piano competitions.
In line with the reorientation of the International Summer Academy focusing on the work of W. A. Mozart, participants of this master class are cordially invited to prepare at least one work by W. A. Mozart.