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Gabriel Romberger was born in Braunau am Inn in 1994. He received his first music lessons at the age of six. He has won several prizes at the Austria-wide music competition Prima la Musica. In 2012, at the age of 17, he won first prizes in the piano and organ categories at national level. Gabriel is not only a bearer of the Dr. Josef Ratzenböck scholarship, in 2014 he was also awarded the Rotary Music Award. He studied piano and music theory/aural training at the Mozarteum Salzburg and at the University of Music and Theater in Munich. In addition to his lively concert activities as a chamber musician and as a soloist, he devotes himself more and more to composition. His children's opera "Ivy" (libretto: Heike Kreutzer) celebrated its premiere in spring 2019. The premiere of the Christmas Oratorio, a work commissioned by the Innphilharmonie Rosenheim (D), planned for December 2021, has been postponed by a year due to the corona. Gabriel's musical journey took him to the Salzburg residence as well as to the residence of the British Embassy in Vienna. In June 2022 he will make his concert debut at the organ concerts in the Peterskirche in Vienna's 1st district. For a city portrait of Vienna for the Japanese television station NHK, Gabriel is allowed to present the organ of the Peterskirche. Filming will take place in early September 2022.

© Flora Huebl 2022

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"Mr. Romberger has received many awards for his musical and technical ability on the piano, but in recent years he has increasingly focused on composing The large audience was impressed and thanked the conductor Franz-Dieter Obermair, the instrumentalists with chairwoman Susanne Nemmer and the composer with rich applause." - Braunauer Warte about the premiere of my first symphony in July 2021

"The interpretation of this composition with romantic moments of happiness deserves the title "amazing"." - Passauer Neue Presse about the premiere of my first symphony in July 2021

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