Filip Paluchowski

Filip Paluchowski


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Filip Paluchowski is a young aspiring Polish-German conductor, born 1989 in Nurenberg. This years debuts include the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (NOSPR) in Katowice and the Remix Ensemble Casa da Música in Porto. 
In 2015 he was elected as the new chief conductor and artistic director of the Chamber Philharmonic and the Symphony Orchestra of the TU Dresden in Germany.
In 2009 Filip began studying with Mark Stringer at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna and finished in 2014, receiving his Conducting Major. Filip also studied choir conducting with Erwin Ortner and was singing in his 'Arnold Schönberg Choir'.Filip was conducting and teaching assistant at Mark Stringer's masterclass during thesummer academy 'PragWienBudapest'. In the capacity as assistant of Uwe Theimer he conductedseveral performances of Johann Strauss' 'The Bat' at the Schönbrunn Palace Theatre.He was taught and attended master classes by Christoph Eschenbach, Bertrand de Billy, Nicolás Pasquet, Clark Rundell and Peter Rundel.

Filip led musical ensembles such as the ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, the SymphonicOrchestra of the Rzeszow Philharmonic, the Webern Symphonic Orchestra, the Valsassina Ensemble and the orchestra 'Spirit of Europe' in Austria, Poland, Germany, Norway and Portugal. He also founded the 'Cum Sonore Orchestra Vienna' and conducted it in performances in the Arnold Schönberg Center and in the Minorites Church in Vienna.
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