Claudio Bohórquez is teaching this year again at the Cello-Academy Rutesheim in November. Please click here for all details around courses and concerts: LINK
On November1, 2019, the new album "Poetica" will be released on Berlin Classics, dedicated to the tone poet par excellence, Robert Schumann, and his works for chamber duo. Performing a programme comprising works from the clarinet, oboe, viola and vocal repertoires, Claudio Bohórquez and Péter Nagy throw renewed light on some unknown facets of a famous composer.
Claudio Bohórquez will premiere the new work by Johannes X. Schachtner together with violinist Marie-Astrid Hulot and the Kremerata Baltica under the baton of the composer himself at the Kronberg Academy Festival.
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Claudio Bohórquez is invited by Elena Bashkirova, Artistic Director of the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festivals to participate in the 22nd edition of the festival from September 5-8, 2019. He will perform with colleagues like Clara-Jumi Kang, Michael Barenboim, Adrien Le Marca, Gérard Caussé.
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Claudio Bohórquez was interviewed for the blog"Master in Music" where he is talking about his path as a musician and teacher. Click HERE to listen to the podcast!
The Brahms album is nominated for the International Classical Music Awards 2019!
The anniversary of the concert series at the NDR Kultur - the Foyerkonzerte were celebrated, because of the 100th anniversary on October 25. Claudio Bohórquez and Péter Nagy were also among the prestigious artists who performed, such as Nils Mönkemeyer, Sharon Kam, William Youn and Asya Fateyeva. The event will be broadcasted on Monday, October 29, at 8pm: CLICK
Claudio Bohorquez just has joined the prestigious Scharoun Ensemble as their new cellist during the Zermatt Festival beginning of September 2018. He succeeds Richard Duven, who was a member for many years.
Claudio Bohorquez was again invited to the international chamber music festival SALON by the artistic directors Emanuel Pahud, Eric Le Sage and Paul Meyer.
At a soirée titled "Utopia Argentine", Claudio Bohorquez performed Piazzolla's "Grand Tango" together with pianist Gustavo Beytelmann. An extract of the performance can be found on the festival's Facebook page.