Prof. Karl-Peter  Kammerlander

Prof. Karl-Peter Kammerlander

Professor of Artistic Song Interpretation

Subject/Instrument: Artistic Song Interpretation


  • Born in 1960 in Salzburg
  • Studies in school music and piano at the Music Academy in Graz, studies in song interpretation at the Music Academy in Stuttgart (with Konrad Richter)
  • Regular work as a song accompanist, as well as for chamber music and piano duos
  • 30 radio and television recordings both in Germany and abroad and 40 CDs with the label "Music-Partner"
  • Successful participant in various competitions: Hugo-Wolf Song Competition (Stuttgart 1987), Competition for Song Accompanists (The Hague 1988) and the Hans-Pfitzner Song Competition (Hamburg 1989), together with his wife Bettina Möllenkamp (Piano Duo)
  • Prize winner of chamber music competitions: Finale Ligure 1991 and 1992, the ARD-Competition in Munich 1992 (in the top five duos)
  • Teaching posts in various music academies (as vocal coach in Graz and Stuttgart, song interpretation in Karlsruhe and Heidelberg-Mannheim)
  • 1993 Professor in both subjects at the Music Academy "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" in Leipzig
  • Since 2004 Professor of Artistic song interpretation at the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar

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