Werner Neugebauer (*1967 in Graz) studied concert violin at the Mozarteum University with Irmgard Gahl. At the same time he was intensively engaged in the baroque violin and received lessons from Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Hiro Kurosaki. He completed postgraduate studies with Ernst Kovacic at the Vienna Academy of Music.
Extensive, international concert activity as a member of the Camerata Salzburg followed. Neugebauer participated in stylistically specialized ensembles such as Klangforum Wien, Ensemble Baroque de Limoges or Concentus Musicus. From 1996 he was increasingly active in chamber music and was invited to numerous well-known festivals such as Styriarte or the Salzburg Mozart Week. The ensembles Scaramouche, Piano Trio Trio Fontaine and the New Classic Ensemble Vienna are another focus of chamber music activities. He has been a member of the Hyperion Ensemble since 1998. He has performed at the Wiener Konzerthaus, Concertgebow Amsterdam, Stefaniensaal Graz, Yale University USA, Beethovenhaus Bonn and the Wiener Musikverein.
He has been teaching at the Mozarteum University since 1993, and since 2006 he has been leading his own class for violin in the pre-college and in violin pedagogy. Professor at the Anton Bruckner Private University in Linz since 2018.