Germany, Hamburg Hamburg Cello
Till Schuler was born on 04.05.2000 in Stuttgart. Since the age of four he had cello lessons with Lisa Neßling at the Stuttgart Music School and percussion lessons with Gergely Nagy from 2010 to 2017. From October 2017 to August 2018 he studied with Valentin Radutiu at the Hmt Rostock and since then at the HfMT Hamburg with Prof. Sebastian Klinger. Till received further musical impulses from Prof. Wen-Sinn-Yang, Prof. Maria Kliegel, Prof. Gotthard Popp and Prof. Wolfgang Lehner, among others.
At the national youth competition Jugend-Musiziert, Till won six first prizes on national level in various categories, in addition to numerous special prizes.At the Carel-Kunc competition in 2012, he achieved first prize as a duo with Robert Neumann as well as the special prize for the highest score ever awarded.
In 2016, he won 2nd prize and the special prize for the best interpretation of the modern compulsory piece at the international Dotzauer Competition in Dresden. At the 24th International Gaetano Zinetti Competition in Verona, he won a third prize and the award for youngest finalist.
In 2020, Till won first prize at the 12th International Antonio Janigro Junior Competition in Zagreb, as well as a concert with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra.
In addition, in 2020 he was accepted as a scholarship holder in the German National Academic Foundation as well as in the association "Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Hamburg e.V." and won a first prize at the "Gustav Mahler Prize Cello Competition 2021" as well as the special prize of the jury chairman.
With various chamber music ensembles Till performed several times in Italy, Japan and Switzerland. From 2013 to 2016 he was a member of the Junge Kammerorchester Stuttgart, from 2014 as solo cellist and principal.
He made his debut as a soloist with the Paulusorchester Stuttgart in early 2014. This was followed by performances with the Young Chamber Orchestra Stuttgart as well as the Stuttgart and Waiblingen Chamber Orchestras in the Liederhalle Stuttgart, Venice and Australia.
In June 2021, Till will make his debut in the great hall of the Leiszhalle with the Felix Mendelssohn Orchestra and the Dvorak Cello Concerto.
Since February 2019, Till has been playing a cello by Georges Chanot from Paris from 1840, which has been made available to him by the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.
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