Prof. Michael POSCH | Recorder
(Vienna "Musik und Kunst" Private University )
Born in Klagenfurt, Austria. Recorder studies at the State Conservatory of Carinthia (Performing Diploma with Distinction), at the Academy of Music and the Performing Arts in Vienna and at the Academy of Music in Trossingen (Kees Boeke).
More than 35 recordings on CD, radio, and television, as well as concert activity in nearly every country in Europe, Israel, Liban, Syria, Jordan, Marroc, Turkey, Canada, Taiwan and Iran, both as a soloist, with various early music ensembles (e.g. Accentus, Oni Wytars, Clemencic Consort) as well as interpreter of modern recorder literature in collaboration with the “Österreichische Kammersymphoniker” bear witness to his enormous musical activity.
Co-author of a publication on early music, he is since 1991 director of the “Unicorn” ensemble, specializing in early music up to 1530.
He works as a teacher for Recorder at the Konservatorium Wien University where he is director of the Department of Early Music and gives masterclasses for recorder and early music, e.g. at the Higher Institute for Western Music at Dimasque, the Royal Conservatory Amman, the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and within the austrian arts sessions.