Elisabeth Ragl

(born in 1970, in Steyr, Austria), arranger and composer. She studied cello with Heidi Litschauer at the Salzburg Mozarteum, graduating in 1995 with distinction. She is a member of the Vienna Chamber orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra Philarmonic, Philarmona Wien, Trio Spektren (www.triospekten.at), Ensemble Spektren and Cellissimo Bassissimo. She has performed as a chamber musician/ soloist in Germany, Japan, Austria, Poland and the Czech Republic. Ragl has taught cello and chamber music since 1987 (Upper Austrian Landesmusikschulwerk and private instruction); teaching positions at the Vienna University of Music between 1999 and 2004. In recent years she has worked on crossover projects which have involved dancers, actors, composers and visual artists. Many of these musical concepts arose “with and for children” and have been performed at the Brucknerhaus in Linz. Elisabeth Ragl composes and arranges music; writes texts, creates image presentations, builds props and establishes many kinds of contacts for these purposes.
Publication: Praktische Bei-Spiele, specialized book, Music pedagogy Institute of the Upper  Austrian Landesmusikdirektion (2000); ensemble SPEKTREN präsentiert neue (kammer)music aus oberösterreich (CD, 2002); Cowmania. Sophie, die musikalische Kuh, Brucknerhaus- Edition (CD, 2005)
Performances: Das musikalische Nashorn Ensemble Spektren /Balduin, Salzer Brucknerhaus Linz (2004);
Das Vollmondorchester musical theater & children’s book (pictures: Jens Rassmus; publisher: Provincial Library)  Brucknerhaus Linz (2007); Mählodische Eiweissheiten, Cellissimo- Bassissimo, Brucknerhaus Linz (2008).
Awards: 1st place for solo cello at the national competition “Jugend musiziert”and special prize of the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra (1993)

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