Moritz Eggert (1965)

Moritz Eggert studied piano and composition in Munich, Frankfurt, and London. As a pianist he regularly collaborates with many artists, as soloist with orchestra, as chamber music partner in various formations and as a Lied accompanist.

His concert-length cycle for piano solo, Haemmerklavier, is among his best known works and has been performed around the world. Moritz Eggert has covered all genres in his work -- his oeuvre includes 9 operas as well as ballets and works for dance and music theatre, often with unusual performance elements. His last opera, The Snail, was performed in Mannheim. His large "soccer oratorio" for the Ruhrtriennale 2005 and the Soccer World Championship in Germany 2006 experienced widespread media coverage in German as well as foreign media. Eggert created the opening ceremony for the FIFA World Cup 2006. Among his latest works are the operas The Snail and Freax.

With Sandeep Bhagwati, Moritz Eggert founded a festival of new music in 1991, the A*Devantgarde festival for new music, whose 9th edition has been held in june 2007 in Munich.

Moritz Eggert's works in Quasar's repertoire

Skelter (1997)
for saxophone quartet (2 alto et 2 barytone saxophones)

Quasar's Next Concerts

October 31, 2019 - 8:00PM
Espace Henri-Pousseur , Liège, Belgique
November 6, 2019 - 3:00PM
Robert-Schumann Hochschule , Düsseldorf, Allemagne
November 9, 2019 - 3:00PM
Sprengel Museum Hannover , Hanovre, Allemagne