|Name Otto Sauter||Role Soloist|
|Albums Trumpet Concertos (complete), Otto Sauter: World of Baroque, Volume 3 (Transcriptions for Trumpet an Organ)|
Similar People Johann Melchior Molter, Mike Lindup, David Hickman, Dominic Miller, Bob Lanese
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Otto Sauter (born 1961) is a German trumpet soloist, who specializes in the piccolo trumpet .
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From 1988 until 1998 Sauter was principal trumpet in the Bremen State Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1991 he founded the annual Bremen International Trumpet Festival, and, in 1994, the Bremen Trumpet Academy.
In 1995 he played with the Philharmonia Orchestra (London) in the presence of HRH Prince Charles at St. James‘s Palace, in 2000 at the Vatican in St. Peter‘s Square for Pope John Paul II and in 2001 with the China National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Muhai Tang in the Forbidden City in Beijing.
He recorded with EMI Classics, a CD series of world premiere recordings World of Baroque, with rediscovered compositions of baroque and early classical masters like Alessandro Scarlatti, Georg Reutter and J. M. Molter, that had not been performed in the last 250 years.
Besides the baroque repertory, he has enlarged the repertory of contemporary original literature for piccolo trumpet with works by Julien-François Zbinden, Harald Genzmer and Jan Koetsier. In 2004 he premiered three pieces of the Czech composer Juraj Filas, whose teacher was a student of Dvořák, two of them at the Beethovenfest (Bonn). In 2008 he premiered a trumpet concerto for piccolo trumpet and symphony orchestra which was written for him by the Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis and arranged by Róbert Gulya in the Berlin and Cologne Philharmony.
In 2004 he founded the Wartburg Festival on the Wartburg, and in 2005 the international choir and music festival Musica Sacra a Roma in Rome and at the Vatican.
In 2006, for the 250th birthday of Mozart, he initiated the Little Amadeus & Friends Aktionstag for German grammar schools together with Peter Will, the television producer of the international children's TV series (awarded with the Echo Klassik in Germany). In 2007-2008 he initiated and played 80 Little Amadeus Live concerts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Otto Sauter is artistic director of the ensemble Ten of the Best and has worked with orchestras and artists like RSO Prague, RSO MDR and HR, Czech Philharmonic, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven Orchester Bonn, Bachcollegium Leipzig, Sinfonia Varsovia, Münchner Kammerorchester, Cappella Istropolitana, Edita Gruberová, José Carreras, Gösta Winbergh, Ivo Pogorelić, Elena Bashkirova, Jochen Kowalski, Mario Adorf, Michael Mendl, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Barenboim, Christoph Poppen, Marcello Viotti.
To mark the 50-year anniversary of UNICEF Deutschland he gave a series of concerts in Germany. Each year he invites international artists like Montserrat Caballé and Bobby McFerrin to give a joint concert for the Otto Sauter Foundation on the shores of Lake Constance.
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