MEMBER OF THE EUROPEAN CONCERT AGENTS ASSOCIATION
MEMBER OF THE GERMAN CONCERT AGENTS ASSOCIATION

Markus Huber was born in Munich, Germany in 1968. As a soloist of the Tölzer Knabenchor he worked from an early age on with notable musicians such as Herbert von Karajan, James Levine, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Nicolaus Harnoncourt und Dennis Russel Davies. He studied at the Musikhochschule in Munich and Vienna, with Leopold Hager (conducting) und Karl-Hermann Mrongovius (piano) amongst others. At that time he worked as répétiteur for the stage direction class of August Everding and held a teaching position for piano accompaniment. Markus Huber started his conducting career as répétiteur and conductor at the Landestheater Detmold. One year later he held the same position as well as that of 2nd chorus director at Opernhaus Chemnitz and he was appointed principal conductor of Collegium Instrumentale Chemnitz in 1999. Between 2002 and 2007 he was principal guest conductor of the Bulgarian Chamber Orchestra and in 2003 Markus Huber became principal conductor of Westsächsisches Sinfonieorchester Leipzig.

Since 2008 Markus Huber is Music Director of Theater Pforzheim.

Markus Huber took the stand at many renowned orchestras, such as the Philadelphia Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, ORF-Symphonieorchester, Saarländischer Rundfunk, etc. In 1999 he won the second prize of the international conducting competition "Boris Perrenoud" in Vienna (a first prize was not awarded). Between 1998 and 2001 he tought art song interpretation at the international summer course "Aristoxenos" in Greece. Furthermore he accompanied solo recitals of Edith Wiens, Josef Protschka, Boris Statsenko und Thomas Mähthger.