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Death of Prof. Ernst Pamperl

Prof. Ernst Pamperl

Ernst Pamperl, who was born in Vienna on December 8, 1920, as the son of Eugenie and Dr. Hans Pamperl (a member of the Viennese city council), was pre-destined early on for a musical career. At the age of 9, largely through the efforts of his mother, he became a member of the Vienna Boys Choir, where he retained his membership until the 4th grade of middle school. From 1935 on he studied bassoon at the Vienna Music Academy with Karl Öhlberger, one of the legendary teachers from the ranks of our orchestra, and on February 1, 1940, four months before his final exams at the academy, he joined the bassoon section of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra after a successful audition. Despite this engagement, Pamperl, who had completed his Matura degree at the Realgymnasium Wien XVII in 1938, was drafted into the German Wehrmacht, where he remained until the end of the war. His military service was followed by a year in English and American prisoner of war camps and ended on May 15, 1946. He had thus experienced a 6 year hiatus from music when he resumed his orchestral career at the Salzburg Festival in 1946. Shortly thereafter, on September 1, 1946, he was accepted into the Vienna Philharmonic and remained an active member until his retirement on January 1, 1985.

During his long career, Ernst Pamperl was a member of the Vienna Octet from 1964 to 1975, and a member of the Vienna Hofmusikkapelle from 1965 to 1985. He received the professional title of professor and was awarded the Honorary Medal of Science and Art, the Golden Medal of Service from the Province of Salzburg, and the Honorary Ring of the Vienna Philharmonic. Throughout his career, Professor Pamperl was a source of artistic and personal stability and was held in high esteem by colleagues and conductors alike.

 

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