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Wolfram Röhrig was born on 5 October, 1916 in Halle (Saale), Province of Saxony, Kingdom of Prussia in the German Empire, is a pianist. Discover Wolfram Röhrig's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 82 years old?

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Age 82 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 5 October 1916
Birthday 5 October
Birthplace Halle (Saale), Province of Saxony, Kingdom of Prussia in the German Empire
Date of death (1998-05-30) Esslingen am Neckar, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
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Nationality russia

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In 1982 he was awarded the Medaille für Verdienste um die deutsche Musik (Medal of merits for German music) from the Deutscher Komponistenverband [de]. He received in 1983 the quadrennial Georg-Friedrich-Händel-Ring award from the Verband Deutscher Konzertchöre. He died in Esslingen am Neckar.


He was particularly interested in choral music, conducting performances and recordings with the Nürnberg Lehrergesangverein at the Meistersingerhalle in Nuremberg, with the Nürnberger Symphoniker. In 1972 he conducted Bruckner's Third Symphony and Te Deum. In 1978, he recorded the Te Deum by Heinrich Sutermeister with soprano soloist Maria de Francesca-Cavazza. Also in the 1970s, he recorded Max Reger's Der 100. Psalm.


As a conductor, he recorded with Jimmy Giuffre (Piece for Clarinet and Strings) and Johnny Hodges, including the albums Piece for Clarinet and String Orchestra/Mobiles and Johnny Hodges and His Strings Play the Prettiest Gershwin. He composed film scores for Rommel Calls Cairo (1959), Foxhole in Cairo (1960) and Immer wenn es Nacht wird [de] (1961). He also wrote the music for the films of Die Hesselbachs.


Born in Halle (Saale), from 1935 Röhrig studied piano, conducting and composition in Berlin. After World War II he worked as a jazz pianist and arranger. In 1953, he became director of the music department of the broadcaster Hessischer Rundfunk. He moved in 1955 to the Süddeutscher Rundfunk, where he directed Unterhaltungsmusik, initiated the "Tage der Leichten Musik" (Days of light music) and was responsible for "Treffpunkt Jazz" (Meeting point jazz). He was from 1967 to 1996 president of the Deutsche Jazz Föderation [de], and from 1969 also the vice president of its European organisation.


Wolfram Röhrig (5 October 1916 – 30 May 1998) was a German pianist, composer and conductor, who also worked under the alias Wolf Droysen. A jazz pianist, he was the director of music departments of the broadcasters Hessischer Rundfunk and Süddeutscher Rundfunk, responsible for light music and jazz. With the choir Nürnberg Lehrergesangverein from Nuremberg, Germany, he performed and recorded works such as Te Deum compositions by Anton Bruckner and Heinrich Sutermeister, and Max Reger's Der 100. Psalm.