European Brandenburg Ensemble
Robert Ehrlich - Biography
studied Music and Ethnomusicology at King's College Cambridge and recorder with Walter van Hauwe at the Sweenlinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam.
has toured extensively throughout Western and Eastern Europe, North America and Australia.
radio and TV broadcasts for the major Australian, British, Dutch, German, Polish and Spanish networks have included live concert relays from the Wigmore Hall in London and from the Berlin and Warsaw Philharmonic Halls.
The critical reception of his
CD recordings has been unanimously positive: '9' from Repertoire (France) for his
Handel sonatas and 5 stars from BBC Music Magazine
(UK) for his
Telemann sonatas, both CDs from Globe Records.
In 1993 he was appointed Professor of recorder in the newly founded department of Early Music at the Mendelssohn Hochschule in Leipzig; following positions as Head of Department and assistant Dean of Faculty, he was elected Rector for an initial 3-year term in 2006.
has been Visiting Professor of recorder at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama
in London since 1998, and is heavily in demand for master-classes worldwide.
Robert Ehrlich - Recorder