Wohldorf Ohlstedt / Hamburg
August 02. - 11. 2013
Klaus Stoppel is one of the most sought-after chamber musicians of his generation. Born in 1950, he studied in Hamburg with Heinrich Schüchner and with the legendary French cellist Pierre Fournier. As chamber musician he played with Aurele Nicolet, the "Amadeus Quartett", Bruno Canino, Günter Ludwig, Norbert Brainin, Serge Collot, Eckhard Besch, Christiane Edinger and many others. For twenty years he played with the famous "Wührer Quartett and Sextett" all over the world. He is guest at many festivals in Europe, Japan, Israel and the USA. He teaches as Professor at the "Musikhochschule Lübeck" for violoncello and chamber music.