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MATTHIAS VEIT

Matthias Veit studied piano with Gernot Kahl and voice with Susanne Korzuscheck, Peter Elkus and Tom Krause. He also attended masterclasses with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Christoph Eschenbach, and Ralf Gothóni, among others. He won the 1992 Gundula Janowitz Prize at the Graz International Schubert Competition. He accompanies many of the world’s leading singers, including Franz Grundheber, Angela Denoke, Tom Krause, Hanna Schwarz and Andreas Schmidt, and has participated in international masterclasses and institutes with famous artists such as Elly Ameling, Helen Donath, Silvia Geszty, Reri Grist, Cheryl Studer and Tom Krause. In 1995 he founded a piano duo with Henning Lucius. He has also performed as a singer in concerts (various Lieder, oratorio and chamber opera projects) and gave his first masterclasses at the Savonlinna Opera Festival in 1996. He has been official accompanist in international competitions, including the ARD Musikwettbewerb Munich. In 1998/99 he was a professor at the Hochschule für Musik, Hamburg, and since 1999 has been teaching at several music academies in Germany as well as continuing to record for television and record companies.

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