Julian Arp. Cellist and sophisticate.

As a soloist and chamber musician, Julian Arp dedicates himself to a broad repertoire from the Baroque to the present, with New Music at the heart of his musical exploration

Composers such as Violetta Dinescu, Sarah Nemtsov, Helena Winkelman, Sven-Ingo Koch, Samir Odeh-Tamimi and Marcelo Nisinman wrote composition for him, which he premiered. In addition to his worldwide concert activity in halls such as the Philharmonie Berlin, Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall London and Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, teaching is just as much a part of his everyday artistic life

In 2013 he was appointed professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz.

O/Modernt Festival „ Schubert and the sound of memory“


works by Richter, Schubert, Beatles, Pink Floyd


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Intimate dedication

Dance and infinity, a laughing and a crying eye, abyss and a lyrical farewell song: it‘s all to be heard in the latest album, called


Julian Arp displays a keen eye for form, structure, and the finest nuances, both on the instrument and behind the camera.

Julian Arp is fascinated by picturesque objects and is constantly searching for aesthetic phenomena ... or the surreal inherent in many natural objects. Light, materials, structures, their textures and colors are just as important to him as poetic perception, strongly influenced by visual art and music.

For seventeen years, his camera has accompanied him to all the places he is taken to. In 2013, there was even a photo exhibition in Tiradentes (Brazil) on the theme of „32 Vatiationen über Pfade“.

„As a photographer I am interested in a microcosm. Details you don't realize at first glance.“