Eduard Matscheko

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Eduard Matscheko (* 1970 in Linz ) is an Austrian violinist and conductor .

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Eduard Matscheko attended the music high school of the Diocese of Linz , where he was promoted as concertmaster and conductor by the composer Balduin Sulzer . He studied violin in Linz and Vienna , with Michael Schnitzler from the Haydn Trio Vienna , Henry Meyer and Peter Kamnitzer from the LaSalle Quartet among his teachers. In addition, he currently performed in the ensemble and was assistant to Franz Welser-Möst .

From 1992 to 1997 Matscheko directed the Jeunesse Orchestra Linz. He conducted the Bruckner Orchestra Linz and various other Upper Austrian orchestras in Vöcklabruck , Freistadt and Linz. In addition, he also devoted himself to upscale light music and was engaged at the Vienna Chamber Opera . He also conducted festival masses in Wilhering Abbey .

Matscheko has been leading the Christkönig church choir since 2001 and was also the choirmaster of the Linz Singakademie from 2011 to the end of 2013 .

With the Sinfonia Christkönig in the Linz Friedenskirche he achieved great recognition as a conductor beyond Linz, especially since the Sinfonia Christkönig has been under the patronage of the Vienna Philharmonic since 2012 . Matscheko was also able to win stars such as the solo cellist of the Philharmonic, Róbert Nagy .

Matscheko is also active in the Landesmusikschulwerk and teaches the violin in Freistadt.

In September 2016 he took over the leadership of the Upper Austrian Youth Symphony Orchestra.

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  1. Eduard Matscheko. In: Volkshochschule Linz, accessed on June 28, 2018 .