| Hansheinz Schneeberger|| Soloist|
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Hansheinz Schneeberger Wikipedia
Hansheinz Schneeberger (born in Bern on October 16, 1926) is a Swiss violinist.
Born in Bern, he studied under Walter Kägi at the conservatory in Bern, as well as Carl Flesch and Boris Kamensky.
He formed a string quartet and gave concerts with it and as a soloist. Schneeberger was the soloist in the premieres of Frank Martin’s violin concerto in 1952, Béla Bartók’s first violin concerto in 1958 and Klaus Huber’s ‘Tempora’ in 1970.
He plays a Stradivari violin from 1731 he acquired in 1959 by the luthier Pierre Gerber in Lausanne.