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Axel Wolf
Axel Wolf

- Lute and Theorbo -
Axel Wolf studied with Hans Michael Koch and Rolf Lislevand.
As a member of the ensemble "La Sfondrata" he was a prizewinner at the 1992  International  Competition for Early Music Ensembles in Utrecht, Netherlands.
In the course of his concert career he has made appearances at international festivals in Boston, Bruges, Utrecht, Prague, Edinburgh and Innsbruck, as well as appearances in  Rome, Tokyo, New York and Tel Aviv  as soloist or member of ensembles such as Musica Fiata Köln, Freiburger Barockorchester, Ars Antiqua Austria and The English Concert London.
He appears frequently as guest artist  at the Bayrische Staatsoper in Munich under the directorship of Harry Bicket  or Ivor Bolton.
From 1986 until 2003 he taught at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover, Germany.
His first solo CD includes works for lute and chitarrone by Alessandro Piccinini, another solo recording concentrates on the lute music of Johann Sebastian Bach. His latest publication "Opera for Lute" contains music by Johann Adolph Hasse transcribed for Lute  alone.
Axel Wolf can be heard as well on numerous recordings as a continuo player and accompanist.