Dieter Flury
Specialist Influte


Dieter Flury, born in Zurich, studied with Hans Meyer (Tonhalle Zurich) and André Jaunet (Konservatorium Zürich). Several encounters with Aurèle Nicolet complemented his education and influenced his development sustainable. At the same time he completed a mathematics study at the ETH Zurich. 1977 he was engaged in the orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, since 1981 he is the first flutist of the Vienna Philharmonic. Solo performances with the Vienna Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra and others

In addition, he continues to work as a chamber musician (founding member of the Vienna Wind Ensemble, the Klangforum Wien and the Vienna Virtuosos) and as a soloist. Composers such as Beat Furrer, Klaus Huber, György Ligeti, Salvatore Sciarrino, Theo Wegmann, Herbert Willi and Hans Zender worked with him on his own works. Various world premieres were entrusted to him, for example the flute concerto by Uros Rojko (together with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra under Claudio Abbado) as part of the festival "Wien Modern".

On CD recorded Dieter Flury Johann Sebastian Bach's works for flute and obligatory keyboard instrument in the cast flute and organ, also under the title "Telemann & ..." a sixty-minute composition of solo fantasies of Georg Philipp Telemann and solo pieces from the twentieth century. The record "Morceaux de Concours" contains French competition pieces from Fauré to Messiaen, and has recorded Mozart's flute quartets with the Viennese virtuosos. Further recordings include flute quartets from the Viennese classics and French flute music from the time of the "Groupe des six".

At times, he dealt with the mathematical foundations of music theory and set up an "axiomatic theory of sound".

Dieter Flury started to teach as a substitute for Prof. Barbara Gisler (Musikhochschule Wien). After several master classes (eg 1991 Pacific Music Festival and 1992 in Sapporo, Forum Musicae in Madrid) and two years teaching at the Vienna Conservatory, he took over a concert training class at the Music University of Graz and in the same year succeeds Peter Lukas Graf at the International Summer Academy at the steering.