Walter Weller

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<!-- please do not add an infobox, per WikiProject Classical music#Biographical infoboxes-->Walter Weller (born 30 November 1939) is an Austrian conductor and violinist.


Weller was born in Vienna, Austria where he first gained renown as a prodigy on the violin. His father, also named Walter, was a violinist in the Vienna Philharmonic, and at the age of 17, the young Weller became a member, and by the unusually early age of 22 he had become joint concertmaster with Willi Boskovsky. He remained in this post for 11 years.

While leading the orchestra, Weller also established and led his own string quartet from 1958 to 1969.Who’s Who, London: A & C Black In 1966 he married Elisabeth Samohyl with whom he had a son.

Weller’s first engagements as a conductor were in 1966, deputising at short notice for Karl Böhm in Beethoven’s Pastoral and Franz Schubert’s Great C Major symphonies and Josef Krips Johannes Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with Claudio Arrau and Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony.

From 1969 Weller conducted regularly at the Vienna Volksoper and the Vienna State Opera.

After this he conducted in Duisburg, Germany. In 1977 he...
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