Albert Osterhammer, Bass Clarinet
Born in Prien on the Chiemsee, Albert Osterhammer received early music training on the clarinet playing at the local music school in Grassau/Chiemgau, where he later also worked as a teacher. In 1985 he began studying under Gerd Starke at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München; after completing the master class he became a scholarship
holder of the Herbert-von-Karajan-Stiftung der Berliner Philharmoniker and is continuing studies with Karl Leister in Berlin. Albert Osterhammer’s first engagement was at the Opernhaus in Frankfurt am Main; since 1995 he has been bass clarinetist with the Münchner Philharmoniker. Albert Osterhammer is one of the rare universalists of the clarinet literature. High in demand as a chamber music partner, he plays rare repertoire and is constantly on the lookout for new literature for his instrument.
Original Works by Jörg Duda, Gisbert Näther, Kjell Reikjer
Andreas Martin Hofmeir, Tuba - Michael Martin Kofler, Flute - Hinrich Alpers, Piano - Junge Philharmonie Salzburg - Andreas Mildner, Harp - Albert Osterhammer, Bass Clarinet - Neubrandenburger Philharmonie