Tommaso Huber


Tommaso Huber was born in a little village, Putzleinsdorf, in the north of Austria. He began to play accordion at the age of eight years. His father, who was a very talented musician without any musical education, was his first teacher.

In 1983 Tommaso Huber entranced to the Linzer Musikgymnasium an began to study double bass at the Brucknerkonservatorium Linz. After finishing school he settled over to Vienna, where he began his double bass-masterstudies in the classes of Ludwig Streicher and Josef Niederhammer at the Vienna Music University, which he finished with the Diploma in 1996. From 1996 to 2000 he studied with Johannes Auersperg at the University in Graz.

After a successful audition in 2000 he was engaged in the Orchestra of the Volksoper in Vienna, where he ist playing as a double bassist since then.

Also in 2000 he founded together with Sebastian Gurtler, Gerhard Muthspiel and Michael

Williams Amarcord Wien, and in 2008 together with Georg Breinschmid and Sebastian Guertler The Flying Schnortzenbrekkers. In both ensembles he is playing the accordion.

Tommaso Huber is an all-round musician, who is composing, arranging and performing music. He was teaching for several years in masterclasses for classical music an traditional Austrian folk music.

He also made an education as a violinmaker, specialized for double basses, in the workshop of Konrad Stoll in Bavaria/Germany. He has built already a respectable number of instruments which are played by professional bassplayers in Vienna, Switzerland and Germany.

Participant of the festival in 2011.

Nearest concerts

November, 2019
7:00 pm
St. Petersburg Philharmonia Title Partner
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