Andrea Guttmann-Lunenburg | © Christian Schneider

Andrea Guttmann-Lunenburg

Since 2016 Andrea Guttmann-Lunenburg has been leading a recorder class at the annual "International Seminar for Early Music" in Zell/Pram. She is in demand as a juror at the Austrian youth music competition Prima la Musica on the national and state level. Since 2010 she has held a teaching position for recorder, ensemble and didactics recorder at the Mozarteum University and teaches in the studies IGP, school music, at the Orff Institute and in the Pre-College. As a member of the recorder quartet QNG she dedicates herself to the pedagogical and educational field and held workshops for recorder players, composers, residencies, lecture recitals, advanced courses and coaching for ensembles.
Andrea Guttmann-Lunenburg received her training at the Mozarteum University with Carin van Heerden and Felicitas Keldorfer-Speer, at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Walter van Hauwe, at the Civica Scuola di Musica in Milan and at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya in Barcelona with Pedro Memelsdorff (postgraduate studies). She was inspired in master classes by Han Tol, Kees Boeke, Gerd Lünenburger and Robert Ehrlich. She is the recipient of the Lilly Lehmann Medal of the International Mozarteum Foundation.

From 1999-2014 she gave concerts intensively with the recorder quartet QNG - Quartet New Generation in Europe, the USA, South America and Asia and won international prizes at the Concert Artists Guild Competition in New York, the Penderecki Competition for contemporary music in Kraków, the Gaudeamus Competition for contemporary music in Rotterdam, at the Göttingen Competition for Early Music, at the Chamber Music Competition in Illzach/France and at the German Music Competition in Bonn. The ensemble was included twice in the "Federal Selection of Young Artists" and in 2006 it was also a prize-winner. She is a sought-after chamber music partner. With the ensemble A Imagem Da Melancolia she recorded a CD at "Challenge Classics", with the ensemble Rosarum Flores she recorded a CD in 2019 on the label of the Landesmuseum Tirol. She also performs regularly with the ensembles Musica Antiqua Salzburg and Marini Consort.

From 2003 to 2007 she worked at Dutch and German music schools, since 2007 she has been teaching at the Upper Austrian State Music School. Since 2018 she has been the artistic director of Blockflute Formation, the recorder teacher's orchestra of the Upper Austrian State Music School.