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Rainer Zepperitz

Rainer Zepperitz

Rainer Zepperitz


Rainer Zepperitz (August 25, 1930 in Bandung (Java) - December 23, 2009 in Berlin) was a German double bassist. In his childhood he first learned the violin before moving to the relocation of his family to Germany at the Düsseldorf Conservatory at Arthur Däwel and he learned the double bass . In 1937 he returned to Germany with his family, moving in 1940 to Düsseldorf where he studied at the Robert Schumann Conservatory of Music. At age eighteen, he became a member of the Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra. Read more on Last.fm
Rainer Zepperitz (August 25, 1930 in Bandung (Java) - December 23, 2009 in Berlin) was a German double bassist. In his childhood he first learned the violin before moving to the relocation of his family to Germany at the Düsseldorf Conservatory at Arthur Däwel and he learned the double bass . In 1937 he returned to Germany with his family, moving in 1940 to Düsseldorf where he studied at the Robert Schumann Conservatory of Music. At age eighteen, he became a member of the Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra. Between 1949 and 1951 Rainer Zepperitz was soloist of the Bonn State Orchestra. In 1951 he became the youngest member of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and since 1957 he was principal double bass player of the orchestra as successor of Linus Wilhelm. In 1954, he joined the chamber music ensemble of the Berlin Philharmonic, which later changed its name to Philharmonisches Oktett. At the end of the fifties, he was named professor of the Berlin Hochschule für Musik. In 1977 he founded the chamber music ensemble Philharmonische Virtuosen obtaining great international renown. He was a member of the presidency of such orchestra for over a decade. He also was a founding member of the Orchester-Akademie of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, where he also taught. Many of his students are members of the major orchestras the world over. He retired from his professional activity with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and since the 2001-02 academic year Rainer Zepperitz is Head Professor of the Double Bass Chair at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía (Queen Sofía College of Music) in Madrid. Professor Zepperitz had collaborated in the Spanish internet project Magister Musicae where its possible to see his Master Classes conducted online. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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