Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809)
Violin Concerto in G major
Michael HAYDN (1737-1806)
Violin Concerto in B flat major
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791)
Adagio in E major, K261
Lukas Hagen (violin), Camerata Salzburg
Lukas Hagen was born in Salzburg and studied with Dr Helmut Zehetmair at the Mozarteum. After completing his studies with distinction in 1983, he was taught privately by Gidon Kremer for a year. He was further greatly influenced by personalities like Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Walter Levin and György Kurtág.As first violin in the Hagen Quartet since 1981, Lukas Hagen has performed all over the world. The Hagen Quartet has won prizes at international competitions.
Lukas Hagen has appeared as a soloist at the Salzburg Mozart Week, the Salzburg Festival and in Amsterdam, Paris and Brussels as well as in the USA and Japan. Lukas Hagen has been professor of violin and chamber music at the Mozarteum in Salzburg since 1999. He adjudicates at international competitions and gives master classes. In addition to leading the Hagen Quartet, he is a violinist in the Serapion Ensemble and the Salzburger Streich. He led the Chamber Orchestra of Europe for seven years. Lukas Hagen is furthermore a member of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado.
Lukas Hagen plays on the "Rawark" violin, built by Antonio Stradivari in 1724, from the Austrian National Bank collection.
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