Sylvia Einchenwald

Swiss flautist, pianist, conductor, lecturer and composer, born in Basle, March 17, 1947. Her father was her first piano teacher. She then studied the flute under Hoseph Bopp and the piano and singing in Basle and Vienna. She studied theory under Hans Ulrich Lehmann, Robert Suter, Jacques Wildberger, Thomas Kessler, Wolfgang Neininger and Juerg Wyttenback. She graduated in 1978 and continued conducting studies. From 1970 to 1975 she was assistant conductor for opera at the basle Theatre. After 1980 she taught theory at the Basle Music Academy, becoming assistant principal in 1982. She conducted various orchestras and from 1984 lectured at the Volkshochschule.

            Works for wind ensemble:

  • Spielstudie: Capriccio (3 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl and 2 bsn) (1980)