Archives of #music

Concert for the Poor

On November 8th, 2019 at the initiative of Ingolf Wunder and Paulina Wunder the general rehearsal was open for people in need. It took place at the Artur Rubinstein Philharmonic Hall in Łódź, Poland, in the morning of Wunder’s concert with Vladimir Ashkenazy and Łódź Philharmonic Orchestra. Several hundred of poor, disabled and blind people […]
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Engaging in the SDGs for arts and music popularization

June 6-8, Paulina and Ingolf Wunder appeared at the SDG Champions Conference in Espoo, Finland to talk about the importance of music education and its popularization in the 21st century society, in front of government leaders, senior UN executives, SDG academics, media leaders and youth leaders. They presented arguments for the necessity of music education […]
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Conducting debut

Late April, Ingolf Wunder officially debuted as a conductor. The concert took place at the Artur Rubinstein Philharmonic in Łódź, Poland. The program included Mozart Symphony No. 1, Mozart Piano Concerto KV 467 with cadenzas by Ingolf Wunder and the world premiere of a concerto written in the 18th century by Feliks Janiewicz. The concerto […]
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Music Education at the world’s leading education summit

8-10 April 2019, San Diego (CA): Ingolf Wunder as the only active classical musician took part in the world’s leading education summit (ASU GSV) gathering five thousand attendees, one thousand speakers, from over forty countries. Ingolf Wunder was asked to be one of the speakers, next to names such as Prime Minister Tony Blair, Andre […]
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The glow of an artist

We live in a world in which if you’re not active on social media, you’re basically not existing. The more you post, the more you live. Posting only occasionally means for many you’re probably living an uninteresting life so you have nothing worth to share. It gets even more tricky if you’re a musician (ideally […]
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Tempo of life & music

Life is getting faster and faster. At least it feels like this. The reasons are obvious: Constant shortening of travel times Technological inventions that make communication quicker Increased computing power, which allows us to do more things at once All that surely makes life feel quicker. Some people hate it, some love it. Some see it positive, some negative. C’est […]
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Why so serious?

Let’s put it straight. This, what an ordinary man on the street thinks about classical music people, is true. They are not relaxed and their sense of humor is very limited. Generally speaking of course, because I know many classical musicians that are fun. Well, not so many, but some! They exist! And those have […]
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Tour through the USA & Russia

27 Nov – 7 Dec 2018: US and Russia concert tour, with Malta Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Sergey Smbatyan, on the occasion of the orchestra’s 50th anniversary. Ingolf Wunder, as the soloist of the tour, presented Alexey Shor’s Piano Suite “Travel Notebook”, making at the same time its premiere in the United States […]
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