• Michael Losch French horn

    Michael Losch, French horn

    Michael Losch, French horn was born in 1962 in Krickenbach at Kaiserslautern. He received his first horn lessons 1976 Josef Müller (Solohorn player Südwestfunk Kaiserslautern). From 1978-1982 Michael Lösch studied orchestral music with a major in French horn at the Musikhochschule Saarbrücken and put his state examination with distinction.

    His first job after graduation he joined as principal horn at the State Philharmonic Orchestra in Nuremberg. During this time he was also a member of the "Munich Brass" Brass Quintet and designed numerous radio and television productions. For 20 years, he is a regular horn at the Richard Wagner Festival in Bayreuth - 1996, 2001, 2010 to 2013, as the "Siegfriedruf hornplayer". In 1998 Michael Lösch changed to the principal hornplayer in Dusseldorf of the German Oper am Rhein.In 2004 he returned as the principal hornplayer back to his "old home" to the State Philharmonic Orchestra in Nuremberg.

    Throughout his career, Michael Lösch played as an Solohorn player assistant in almost all German orchestras under famous conductors such as Pierre Boulez, Lorin Maazel, James Levine, Daniel Barenboim, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Christian Thieleman, Kent Nagano, Zubin Mehta , Kirill Petrenko and Sir Colin Davis. Guest performances with various orchestras have taken him around the world.But Michael Lösch was looking for a new challenge. The training of young musicians is a great wish of his heart Michael getting better . So he was from 1990 - 1998 Teacher of Frenchhorn at the Musikhochschule Nuremberg.

    It is his pass not only to play himself frenchhorn, but also give his knowledge and ideas to sonorous and balanced orchestral his endeavor.

    With the musicians of Stadtkapelle Freystadt has come true for Michael Lösch 2013 dream. With dedication and commitment he shares his in-depth knowledge about technique, musicality and tonal balance.

    Through his appreciative, constructive and effective rehearsals he motivated the entire orchestra at the best possible performance with the ultimate aim of a homogeneous overall sound.