Red hot German pianist”

— Cape Ann Beacon

Welcome to the musical world of classical pianist, Clemens Teufel.

Born in Germany, Mr. Teufel's piano education was influenced by both the German and Russian piano traditions.  Mr. Teufel studied at the University of Music "Franz Liszt" in Weimar, Germany under Professor Peter Waas. Upon graduating, Mr. Teufel completed his graduate studies as a student of Professor Lev Natochenny at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt, Germany. 

Currently, Mr. Teufel performs and provides masterclasses across the globe. He has performed in venues including Lincoln Center, Newport Music Festival, Rockport Music, Longy's School of Music Pickman concert hall, Cité des arts in Paris, Summit Music Festival New York, and the Beijing Conservatory besides many others.

Mr. Teufel has recorded his first solo album with American piano music of Howard Hanson and George Gershwin, which is available at iTunes, Spotify and Amazon or in the shop on this website.
 

News

Upcoming concerts 

Big news: As of September 18th I will be curating Musical Sundays at the Redwood Library and Athenaeum, America's oldest Library and one of the finest place on earth - literally!

I will kick off the series with a solo recital on September 18th with Debussy and Beethoven. Come join us and don't forget to reserve a seat at www.redwoodlibrary.org

Also, check out the concerts for October and November with world class musicians and exquisite music on the program!

I hope to see you.

 

Thank you! 

Dear friends and music lovers,

We were able to raise several thousand dollars through tickets and donations from you all for the Sundara Funds. I was absolutely absolutely thrilled about your support and participation, so thank you very much!

 

 

Next digital concert: Liszt and Chopin at the Frederick historical piano collection 

It is a great pleasure to announce my next concert which will be premiered at www.groupmuse.com and feature music by Liszt and Chopin on two historical pianos, an Erard from 1959 and an Erard from 1840.

The concert is recorded and streamed in HD and the program includes a selection of Liszt's Années de Pélerinages, the Rigoletto Paraphrase as well as Chopin's Scherzo No. 2 Op.31 and two Nocturnes Op.9/1 and Op.15/1.

There will be a zoom reception after the concert. 

I hope to see you!

Tickets at www.groupmuse.com

 

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