Adelheid Blovsky-Miller

Adelheid Blovsky-Miller was born in Germany. At the age of four, she started training for classical ballet and three years later she began her musical education with piano and flute. Later, she perfected her studies for harp with Professor Ursula Lentrodt at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich.

From 1977 until 1998 she was harpist at the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, and from 1985 to 2015 she held the position of Professor of harp at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. Currently, she holds masterclasses in Europe and Asia.

Adelhaid has performed solo concerts in Europe and Asia, including Salzburg Festival, Musikverein Vienna, and festivals in Germany and Japan. She has also played in chamber music recitals with Ensemble Wien-Berlin and the Wiener Virtuosen among others.

She was the leading member of the organizing committee of the World Harp Congress in Vienna in 1987, and as artistic director, she was responsible for the implementation of the international harp competition "Franz Josef Reinl" in Vienna.

 

Photy by Bärbel Tomasi