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Franz Raml


Born in Straubing/Bavaria in 1964; he obtained a church music diploma at the music academies of Detmold and Munich, and a baroque organ diploma at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, where his teacher was Ton Koopman. He held a grant from the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes from 1986 to 1990. His present work embraces playing services at the historic Holzhey organ at Rot a. d. Rot, as well as concert work of an international character as organist, harpsichordist, director of the Hassler-Consort and fortepianist in various chamber music constellations. He has founded an Early Music Forum for the South West of Germany (FAMOS) and appears regularly on radio recordings and CDs.

Geboren 1964 in Straubing; Studium der Kath. Kirchenmusik an den Musikhochschulen Detmold und München (Abschluß A - Prüfung), sowie am Königlichen Konservatorium von Den Haag bei Ton Koopman (Konzertexamen »Baroque organ«); 1986-1990 Stipendiat der Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes; Organist an der historischen Holzhey - Orgel in Rot a. d. Rot; internationale Konzerttätigkeit als Organist, Cembalist, Leiter des Hassler-Consorts, sowie als Kammermusikpartner am Hammerflügel; Gründer des Forum Alte Musik Oberschwaben (FAMOS), Rundfunk und CD Aufnahmen.