"This was both poetry and passion at the same time." So wrote te press about Klaus Jäckle.

Klaus Jäckle performed for Herbert von Karajan, the Princess of Tonga and for example in the Berlin Philharmonie.

Klaus Jäckle studied at the “Mozarteum” in Salzburg with Ekard Lind and Mathias Seidel. After this he studied exclusively with Pepe Romero who described his performances as a “Delightful experience” and invited him to tour with Los Romeros guitar quartet. He also stepped in successfully as soloist for Pepe Romero.
He was featured in the masterclasses of Julian Bream, Eliot Fisk and Wolfgang Lendle.

Klaus Jäckle lives freelancing in Nürnberg. As a soloist and chamber musician in demand he has a large repertoire in all kind of stylistics. By now he released 20 CDs and numerous sheet music editions with various publishers, records regularly for the Bavarian public radio and get broadcasted in Austria and Slovenia and the USA.
Most recent he was on tour with Marshall & Alexander and their new program “Götterfunken” in more then 100 sold out concerts all over Germany. For his participatiom on the same album he received a golden record for more than 100 000 copies sold.

Klaus Jäckle plays a guitar built by Knut Welsch, Erlangen, with strings made by Dr. Junger, Bubenreuth.


Prizes:
Lilli-Lehmann medal of the International Mozarteum Trust in Salzburg, 1990
Wolfram-von-Eschenbach arts prize awarded by the county of Middle Franconia, 1997
Prize winner at the 5th International Guitar Competition in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 1998
Arts Prize from the Foundation Studies, Science, Arts, Nürnberg, 2007

Venues:
Schleswig-Holstein Musik-Festival, Philharmonie Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Gasteig Munich, Meistersingerhalle Nuremberg, Mozarteum Salzburg, in Vienna, Paris, Florence, Prag, Austin, Sacramento, Los Angeles

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