Clemens Hund-Göschel






Clemens Hund-Göschel was born in 1983 in Frankfurt/Oder. From year ten onwards he was a pupil of the  Carl Philipp Emmanuel-Bach-Gymnasium  in Berlin – and majored in Piano performance at the  Hanns Eisler  from 2001, under the tutelage of Prof. Brigitta Wollenweber.  Clemens was a recipient of the  Stiftung Pradé  from 2000 – 2002, and was twice a prize winner in the German-wide competition Jugend Musiziert.  In 2005 he played the role of the pianist in the film ‘Bye, bye Berlusconi’.
Clemens won first prize in the chamber music section of the  Oberstdorfer Musiksommer  and theHanns-Eisler-Interpretationspreis  in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010.  As a soloist and chamber musician he has performed in many countries in Europe and in the USA, including performances in the Warsaw Presidents Palace, the Berlin  Konzerthaus,  and  Philharmonie.
Clemens has taken part in many premieres - by composers such as Garret Fisher, Peter Child, Mark Barden, and Bun Ching Lam – and has worked with many leading composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Beat Furrer and Tristan Murail.
He has been further inspired by collaborations with musicians including Brigitte Engerer, Yukiko Sugawara, Nicolas Hodges, Marino Formenti, and Manuel Nawri.
Clemens is the pianist of the Ensemble Eunoia and the Zafraan Ensemble, which has received support from  Initiative Neue Musik Berlin e.V, Hauptstadtkulturfonds  and the  Deutsche Musikrat.
In 2011 he was awarded his master in music performance – contemporary music at the Musikhochschule Basel.