Künstlersekretariat - Astrid Schoerke

Marc Gruber

Born in 1993, Marc Gruber discovered the horn at the age of 4, and now twenty years later, he stands as a model of virtuosic, timeless interpretations and richly nuanced performance.

The hornist won Second Prize at the International ARD Competition (no First Prize was awarded) and was awarded the Brüder-Busch-Sonderpreis as well as the Audience Prize. In 2013, he was named a fellow of the renowned Mozart Gesellschaft in Dortmund. He also won prizes in the Lions European Music Competition, the Süddeutschen Chamber Music Competition and was in 2010 Fellow of the Internationale Musikakademie Frankfurt. He was also the first-ever brass musician to win the Debut um elf Prize.

As a soloist, he has appeared with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Radio Orchestra, the Düsseldorfer Symphony and the Württembergischen Philharmonie Reutlingen. With this orchestra, he made his debut CD performing Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for four solo winds and orchestra. In summer 2018, Marc Gruber made his debut with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin under Antonio Méndez as part of the Debut in Deutschland Kultur, performing Glière’s Horn Concerto.

In his mid-twenties, Marc Gruber was named Solo Horn of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra in April 2016. He previously held the same position with the Beethovenorchester Bonn from 2014-2016, the youngest ever solo horn in the orchestra. He’s toured extensively with orchestras such as the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie and the European Union Youth Orchestra in China, Japan, Korea and all over Europe.

Gruber is a permanent member of the Monet Wind Quintet, which received a scholarship from the German Music Competition 2016 and was awarded a special prize. In 2017, the quintet was a laureate at the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition and has since performed in Germany and Europe. As a chamber music partner, Marc Gruber also performed with renowned ensembles and soloists such as the Schumann Quartet, the Linos Ensemble, the Mannheim String Quartet and hr-Brass at national and international festivals.

Marc Gruber was a young student of Professor Joachim Pöltl in Düsseldorf and then continued studies with Professor Paul van Zelm in Cologne. Further tutelage came from Hermann Baumann, Erich Penzel, Prof. Christian Lampert und Froydis Ree Wekre.

Season 2019/2020
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Marc Gruber in Nuremberg

20 January 2020

Tomorrow night the Nuremberg music audience will get the chance to see Marc Gruber live: Together with pianist Zeynep Artun-Kircher he will perform pieces by R. Schumann, Beethoven, […] more ...

Marc Gruber in Aschaffenburg

28 June 2019

This Sunday Marc Gruber will perform together with the Collegium Musicum Aschaffenburg at the beautiful Johannisburg Palace. They will be playing Mozart’s 3rd Horn Concerto in E flat […] more ...

Marc Gruber plays Strauss and Mozart

26 March 2019

This week Marc Gruber will play two different horn concertos: Tonight in Naples he will perform Strauss’ horn concerto No. 2 together with the Orchestra Camera di Napoli. […] more ...

Welcome Marc Gruber!

31 August 2018

This new season is beginning with a new face: We want to express our dearest welcome to the brilliant hornist Marc Gruber! With his 25 year, Marc Gruber […] more ...

Marc Gruber – New Music

28 September 2018

Born in 1993, Marc Gruber discovered the horn at the age of 4, and now twenty years later, he stands as a model of virtuosic, timeless performance. The […] more ...

Marc Gruber – Duo recital program

31 July 2018

Marc Gruber | Horn Zeynep Artun-Kircher | Klavier     Schumann     Adagio und Allegro A flat Major for horn and piano Beethoven    Horn Sonata op.17 ***Interval*** Dukas            Villanelle […] more ...

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Horn Concerto in B flat Major

Horn Concerto No. 1 in D Major

Horn Concerto No. 2 E flat Major KV 417
Horn Concerto No. 3 E flat Major KV 447
Horn Concerto No. 4 E flat Major KV 495

Horn Concerto

Horn Concerto in E flat Major

Romance pour Cor et Orchestre

Concerto for four horns and orchestra

F. Strauss
Horn Concerto in E flat Major

R. Strauss
Horn Concerto No. 1 E flat Major
Horn Concerto No. 2 E flat Major

Horn Concerto in D Major

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Marc Gruber plays Dukas and Beethoven

Marc Gruber with Antares-Ensemble and Elias Grandy

Stage@Seven: Strauss: Die Fledermaus & Mozart: Horn Concerto E flat major K. 495

Stage@Seven: Strauss: Die Fledermaus & Mozart: Horn Concerto E flat major K. 495 Frankfurt Radio Symphony and Frankfurt Radio Big Band live! Antares-Ensemble Frankfurt Radio Symphony Marc Gruber, Horn Elias Grandy, Coductor Johann Strauss »Die Fledermaus« – arranged for harmony music by Andreas N. Tarkmann (Entr‘act – Csárdás – Im Feuerstrom der Reben) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto E flat major K. 495 hr-Sendesaal Frankfurt, 13 May 2020 Tip: More Mozart with Frankfurt Radio Symphony on YouTube: Mozart: Sinfonie g-Moll KV 183 https://youtu.be/ojDuSz7YxTw

Gepostet von hr-Sinfonieorchester – Frankfurt Radio Symphony am Mittwoch, 13. Mai 2020

Stage@Seven: Strauss: Die Fledermaus & Mozart: Horn Concerto E flat major K. 495

Marc Gruber – NRW summer concert 2018

Saint Saens: Romance for horn und orchestra op.36 from 21:45

Marc Gruber – ARD Music Competition Finals 2016

Marc Gruber – ARD Music Competition 2016

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