Künstlersekretariat - Astrid Schoerke

Till Fellner

“There are pianists who can not do much with Mozart’s piano works. And there are artists like the Viennese Till Fellner: musicians whose sound and musical understanding seems almost made for Mozart. Fellner’s interpretation is slim and light, his cantabile shining with brightness” (Berliner Morgenpost, December 7 2015). At his debut performance with the Berliner Philharmoniker under Bernard Haitink he elated audiences as well as critics when playing Mozart’s piano concerto in c major in December 2015.

For more than two decades, the Austrian pianist Till Fellner has become a sought-after guest with many of the world’s most important orchestras and at the major music centres of Europe, USA and Japan, as well as numerous festivals. He has collaborated with conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Herbert Blomstedt, Semyon Bychkov, Christoph von Dohnányi, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Sir Charles Mackerras, Kurt Masur, Kent Nagano, Jonathan Nott, Vasily Petrenko, Claudius Traunfellner and Hans Zender, among many others.

In the field of chamber music, Till Fellner regularly collaborates with the British tenor Mark Padmore, with whom he also played the world premiere of a composition by Hans Zender in January 2016, and took on tour to Japan in 2017. This collaboration will continue into the 2017/18 season with song recitals in Vienna and Salzburg, among others. Furthermore he has performed numerous times with the Belcea Quartet.

Over the past few years he has dedicated himself to two milestones of the piano repertoire: the Well-Tempered Clavier of Johann Sebastian Bach and the Piano Sonatas of Ludwig van Beethoven, having performed the Beethoven cycle from 2008 to 2010 in New York, Washington, Tokyo, London, Paris and Vienna. Contemporary music is also of great importance to him; he has given the world premieres of works by Kit Armstrong, Harrison Birtwistle, Thomas Larcher, and Alexander Stankovski. In 2012, Till Fellner withdrew from performing for a year to devote himself to the study of new repertoire and to deepen his knowledge of composition, literature and film.

The ECM label, for whom Till Fellner is an exclusive recording artist, has released the First Book of the Well-Tempered Clavier and the Two & Three-Part Inventions of J. S. Bach, Beethoven’s Piano Concertos Nos. 4 & 5 with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and Kent Nagano and, most recently, a CD of chamber music by Harrison Birtwistle. In Fall of 2016, a recording of Brahms Piano Quintets with the Belcea Quartet was released on Alpha Classics, and was awarded the Diapason d’Or de l’année.

Till Fellner studied with Helene Sedo-Stadler in Vienna before going on to study privately with Alfred Brendel, Meira Farkas, Oleg Maisenberg, and Claus-Christian Schuster. Since autumn 2013, Till Fellner has been engaged to teach a small circle of students at the University of Arts in Zurich.

In the 2017/18 season, Till Fellner will make his debut with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of Christoph Eschenbach. Further highlights include performances with Le Concert Olympique, the Mozarteumorchester Salzburg, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. In previous seasons, he has performed with among others the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony, Montreal Symphony, the Deutsche Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin, the Vienna Symphony as well as the Philharmonia Orchestra in London.


2017/2018 season – Photo: Gabriela Brandenstein
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CD release: “Till Fellner in concert”

2 November 2018

On November 02nd the time has finally come: Till Fellner’s new CD “Till Fellner in concert” will be released by ECM. As the title reveals it presents live […] more ...

Till Fellner joins Kent Nagano in the Berliner Philharmonie

30 March 2017

On 31st March/1st April 2017, audiences will once again have the chance to hear Till Fellner as well as Kent Nagano, former principal conductor of the orchestra, when […] more ...

Till Fellner in Stuttgart to present a multifaceted project

11 May 2016

Following celebrated concerts in Chicago with Bernhard Haitink, Till Fellner will join the Staatsorchester Stuttgart in May and June to present a project that will see him in […] more ...

Original premiere: Till Fellner and Mark Padmore perform a new piece by Hans Zender

15 January 2016

On 15th January, the original premiere of a composition by Hans Zender can be heard in Dortmund’s Konzerthaus: Entitled “Im Höhlengebirge” (in the cavernous mountains), he composed the […] more ...

Till Fellner debuts with the Berlin Philharmoniker

1 December 2015

A genuine highlight awaits on 5th, 6th and 7th December of this year’s concert season: Till Fellner will play Mozart’s piano concerto in C major K. 503 alongside […] more ...

Program suggestion 2019/2020

4 September 2018

      Schubert       Sonata A Major, D959 *** Interval *** Schönberg    3 Pieces for Piano, Op. 11 (optional) Schubert       Sonata B flat Major, D 960 more ...

Till Fellner & Johannes Moser

20 October 2017

Till Fellner | Klavier Johannes Moser | Cello   Programm suggestion Stravinsky     Suite Italienne for violoncello and piano                           Webern         Three little pieces, op. 11*) Beethoven    Cello sonata […] more ...

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Piano concerto no.  1 C major op. 15
Piano concerto no. 2 B major op. 19
Piano concerto no. 3 c minor op. 37
Piano concerto no. 4 G major op. 58
Piano concerto no. 5 E flat major op. 73
triple concerto C major op. 56

Piano concerto no. 1 d minor
Piano concerto no. 2 B flat major

Piano concerto no. 2 f minor op. 21

Piano concerto D major, Hob. XVIII: 11

Piano concerto no. 2 d minor op.40

Piano concerto E flat major K 271 „Jeunehomme“
Piano concerto F major K 459
Piano concerto d minor K 466
Piano concerto E flat major K 482
Piano concerto A major K 488
Piano concerto C major K 503
Piano concerto B flat major K 595
Piano concerto D major K 382
Concerto for two pianos and orchestra E flat major K 365
Rezitativ and Arie (Rondo) for soprano, piano and orchestra „Ch’io mi scordi di te?“ K 505

Piano concerto a minor op. 54

String quintet in F minor op. 34
Partner: Belcea Quartet
Alpha (2016)

Works by Harrison Birtwistle
Partner: Lisa Batiashvili (violin), Amy Freston (soprano), Adrian Brendel (cello)
ECM Records (2014)

Das Wohltemperierte Klavier, part1, BWV 846-869
ECM Records (2014)

Concerto for piano and orchestra
no. 4 G major op. 58
no. 5 E flat major op. 73
Partner: Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano (conductor)
4763315 (2010)

Böse Zellen – Piano concerto
Still for viola and chamber orchestra
Madhares – string quartet
Partner: Kim Kashkashian (viola), Thomas Larcher (piano), Quatuor Diotima, Münchener Kammerorchester,
Dennis Russell Davies (conductor)
ECM New Series (2010)

Inventions BWV 772 – 786
Symphonies BWV 787 – 801
French Suite V BWV 816
4766355 (2009)

The Works for Cello and piano
Partner: Heinrich Schiff (cello)
462 601-2 (2000)

Piano concerto no. 19 F major K 459
Piano concerto no. 25 C major K 503
Partner: Camerata Academica Salzburg, Alexander Janiczek (conductor)
3984-23299-2 (1998)

Sonata A minor D 784 op. 143
6 Moments musicaux D 780 op. 94
12 Grazer Waltzes D 924 op. 91
0630-17869-2 (1997)

Schumann “Kreisleriana” op. 16
Reubke Sonata B flat minor
0630-12710-2 (1996)

Piano Concerto no. 2 B flat major op. 19
Piano Concerto no. 3 C minor op. 37
Partner: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner (conductor)
4509-98539-2 (1995)

Mozart Cconcerto for piano and orchestra no. 22 E flat major K 482
Mozart Rondo A minor K 511
Beethoven Sonata C minor op. 10 no. 1
Partner: Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Uri Segal (conductor)
Claves Records Switzerland (1994)

Schubert Impromptus for piano D 935 (op. posth. 142)
Schönberg Suite for piano op. 25
Beethoven Sonata for piano „Appassionata“ F minor op. 57
567 7 54497 2 (1992)

Till Fellner – Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3

2014 ARK NOVA | Till Fellner

Till Fellner – Beethoven

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