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About the Classical Composer and Musicologist Peter Hübner &
the Medical Resonance Therapy Music®




Prof. Dr. R. Haase

Prof. Dr. H. Shmueli

Prof. Dr. Zvi Rothenberg

Vladimir Ashkenazy

Prof. Dr. B. A. Zimmermann

Prof. Dr. Herbert Eimert

Noam Sheriff

Jesus Lopez Cobos

Herbert von Karajan

Zubin Mehta

Mstislav Rostropovich

Hans Vonk

Willem Duys

Shalom Ronly-Rikils

Stanley Sperber

Prof. R. Abdullin



Hans Vonk
Music Director

Praised for his stylistic authority and
mastery of orchestral color, Hans
Vonk has garnered wide critical
acclaim for his work with the leading
American and European orchestras.
A conductor of diversity and
experience, Maestro Vonk commands
a broad repertoire, ranging from the
core masterworks to premieres by
American and European composers.
His extensive experience in opera and
ballet make Hans Vonk a
consummate conductor. From 1980
till 1991 Chief Conductor, Residentie
Orchestra of the Hague.
From 1985 through the end of the
1990 Chief Conductor of the Dresden
Staatskapelle, Europe’s oldest
orchestra, following in a distinguished
lineage which includes Heinrich
Schutz, Richard Wagner, Karl Bohm,
Rudolf Kempe, and Fritz Busch.
Maestro Vonk was the first conductor
since Bohm to head simultaneously
both the celebrated Staatskapelle and
the Dresden State Opera.
From 1990 till 1997 Chief Conductor
of the Cologne Radio
Symphony Orchestra (WDR).
Since 1996 Music Director and
Conductor of the Saint Louis
Symphony Orchestra.
Guest conducting: Royal
Concertgebouw Orchestra,
the Oslo Philharmonic,
the London Symphony Orchestra,
the London Philharmonic,
the BBC Symphony Orchestra,
L'Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio
France, and the English Chamber
Orchestra, as well as
in Japan and Australia

Hans Vonk

gives his opinion
of Peter Huebner’s music:

“I hereby
recommend to you
the creations
of Mr. Huebner
with most urgency.”