Roland Baldini, born in Vienna in 1946 from a family of musicians, studied with Edith Steinbauer at the Academy of Music in Vienna, with Jürgen Geise at the Salzburg Mozarteum and later with Max Rostal and Franco Gulli.
While still a student, he played in the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Camerata Academia Salzburg and after graduation tought at the Vorarlberg Conservatory.
He also toured throughout Europe, America and the Far East with his own ensemble and as a soloist.
At the same time, he became interested in diverse forms of musical communication and was an early promulgator of commented concerts. His international summer opera workshops, where he mounted and conducted full operas and took them on tour, and his annual courses in Germany and Austria, which offered chamber music opportunities to pianists and string players, have crossed instrumental boundaries.
Master classes in several european countries, Canada and Japan. Guest professor at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, at the University of Illinois and at the Silpakorn University in Bangkok.
Since 1994 Roland Baldini has been Professor for Violin and Chamber Music at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater “Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy” in Leipzig, Germany.
Member of jury in several international violin-competitions(e.g.: “Internationaler Bach-Wettbewerb”, Leipzig)
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