Johannes Wilhelm | © Elsa Okazaki


Johannes Wilhelm


Johannes Wilhelm performs as a lied accompanist and chamber musician throughout Europe, Asia and in the U.S. In addition, he has an active artistic collaboration within the framework of the Salzburg Festival with the Vienna Philharmonic, the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, the Camerata Salzburg, the Monteverdi Choir, the Collegium Vocale Gent and the Concert Association of the Vienna State Opera Choir.
Working as a répétiteur in opera productions at the Salzburg Festival enables him to meet important conductors and singers artistically. He studied piano and organ in Salzburg and Vienna with Andreas Weber, Karl-Heinz Kämmling, Hannfried Lucke, Martin Hughes and Paul Roczek. Since 2011 he has been supervising a piano class at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, and in 2016 he received his habilitation. It is Johannes Wilhelm's concern to convey and inspire with his versatility. In addition to classical piano literature, his passions include song accompaniment and chamber music. His teaching is characterized by: Artistic accompaniment of talented/motivated young artists Faithful to the work and style Technique/breathing/body perception Personality development   Awards and recordings: 2010 Appreciation Prize of the Federal Ministry of Science and Research 2010 CD Franz Xaver Frenzel - works for string orchestra, piano, flute, horn, trumpet and trombone 2011 Working grant of the Federal Ministry of Science and Research 2012 CD Symphonic organ music on the Propter Homines organ in the large Hall of the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg 2016 Artistic habilitation at the University Mozartum Salzburg 2018 CD "Wiener Melange" with Christina Gansch (soprano) and Peter Dorfmayr (Viennese horn)   Studies: Piano Concert Master with distinction Organ Concert Master with distinction Piano Pedagogy Master with distinction