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"Standing ovations for Karl Eichinger... an outstanding piano matinee" (NÖ aktuell)
"Eichinger mastered the difficult piece brilliantly"
(Schwäbische Zeitung)
"A masterful and exquisite piano performance..."
(The "Western Province Council", South Africa)

Karl Eichinger
was born in 1965 at Zwettl/Lower Austria. After finishing his Matura he studied piano at the Vienna Universtiy for Music and Dramatic Arts graduating with Diploma and Magisterium. He then completed his studies in piano performance at the Vienna Conservatory Private University with Franz Zettl, as well as attending master classes with Oleg Maisenberg and Rudolf Kehrer.

Over the years he has gained considerable experience as soloist and chamber musician.

Karl Eichinger is leader and pianist at "Wiener Instrumentalsolisten" (Vienna Symphony Virtuosi).

Artistic Direktor of Festvals in Vienna and Lower Austria.

Cooperation with: NÖ Tonkünstler Orchestra, RSO Tirana, Sarajevska Filharmonia, Dornbirner Jugendsinfonieorchester, Ensemble Contra, Sinfonietta da Camera Salzburg, Elisabeth Linhart, Ildiko Raimondi, Chiara Vyssia Ursino, Hans Gansch, Irene Suchy, Josef Steinböck, Alfred Gaal, Sigi Bergmann, Peter WesenAuer, Peter Matic, Karl Merkatz, Zwettler Big Band, Guntram Simma, Maria Hauser.

Concerts at Home and Abroad: e.g. Bregenzer Festspiele, Jeunesse Musicale. Carinthischer Sommer Ossiach, Wiener Musikverein, Internat. Kammermusikfestival Austria "Allegro Vivo", Wiener Festwochen, Kultursommer St. Paul, Mozartfestival Salzkammergut, Musikwochen Millstatt, Festwochen St. Pölten, Musikwochen Stams, Klassikfestival Kirchstetten, Musikwochen Langenargen,

Concert tours to: Canada, France, Spain, USA, Asia, Israel, Romania, Egypt, Slovakia, China, Poland, South Africa and Germany.

Radio- and TV-recordings.

Discografie: 2007 und 2011 Solo-CD's at the labels “Extraplatte” and “Preiser Records” in Vienna (Liszt/Sonata h-moll, Schumann, Berg, Wagner).

2009 - Karl Eichinger was awarded the “Silbernes Ehrenzeichen for services to the Republic of Austria”.