Moritz Schulte

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Moritz Schulte, born in 1998 in Braunschweig, Germany, began playing flute at the age of ten. After winning various prizes at national youth competitions, he commenced advanced flute study at the Lübeck College of Music under Prof. Angela Firkins in 2016 and then transferred to his current instructor, Prof. Erwin Klambauer, at the University of the Arts in Graz in 2020. He has been able to collect professional experience with orchestras such as the Ensemble Resonanz, Hofkapelle Meiningen, Vienna Concert-Verein and the Vienna Symphony. Various concert projects have taken him to England, Finland, and South Korea.

Scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Ad Infinitum Foundation enabled Moritz Schulte to take part in master classes by prominent flutists such as Peter-Lukas Graf, Andreas Blau (Berlin Philharmonic), Michael Martin Kofler (Mozarteum Salzburg) und Petri Alanko (Sibelius Academy). In November 2019, Moritz Schulte won first prize at the Severino Gazzelloni International Flute Competition in Pescara, Italy.