Jorge Rotter

Jorge Rotter was the director of the conducting class and the symphony orchestra of the Mozarteum University from 1995-1998 and is currently a private lecturer in conducting at the Department of Wind & Percussion Instruments
Jorge Rotter (*1942 in Buenos Aires) studied conducting at the University of the Arts, University of La Plata in Argentina, composition with G. Graetzer and Fr. Kröpfl, composition and conducting with H. Eimert, W. von der Nahmer at the State University for music Cologne) and took the "Cologne courses" for new music (KH Stockhausen, M. Gielen, H. Pousseur). He was conductor and artistic director of numerous orchestras, including the Ensemble Musical de Buenos Aires, the Orquesta Sinfonica Provincial, Rosario (Argentina), the Rosario Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Catholic University of Chile, in Santiago, the Südwestfalische Philharmonie, Germany and the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional, Buenos Aires (Argentina). Rotter has been a guest conductor with various symphony orchestras in Europe, including the Nouvel Orchester Philharmonique Paris, the Philharmonia Hungarica, the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, the BRT Brussels, the orchestras of the Saarland Radio, the Hessian Radio and of the NDR Hamburg, the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the RSO Berlin, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, the State Philharmonic Orchestra Rhineland Palatinate, and the RSO Vienna. He is a permanent guest conductor with the Ensemble Klangkonzepte Nuremberg and at the Teatro Buenos Aires, with the Philharmonic and the National Symphony Orchestra Buenos Aires.