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Philipp Spätling was born in 1979 and from 1999 to 2006 studied recorder at the Cologne Musikhochschule with Günther Höller and Dorothee Oberlinger. Since 2004 he has studied harpsichord with Christian Rieger at the Essen Folkwang Hochschule. He is a recorder-player with the Cologne Chamber Orchestra and in 1995 and 1997 was awarded the Duisburg Köhler-Osbahr Prize. As harpsichordist and recorder-player he is a founder member of the Cologne Nel Dolce baroque ensemble, which won the audience prize at the 2006 Biagio Marini Competition. He has been supported by the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now foundation, and has appeared throughout Europe with various ensembles as a harpsichordist and as a recorder-player.

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HAYDN Complete Concertos Naxos 8.506019

Role: Classical Artist 
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