Austrian music stars deceased in Motor neuron disease

Here are 1 famous musicians from Austria died in Motor neuron disease:

Hans Keller

Hans Keller (March 11, 1919 Vienna-November 6, 1985 Hampstead) was an Austrian writer, music critic and violinist.

Genres: Classical music.

Hans Keller was born in Vienna, Austria in 1919, and as a child, he showed a great aptitude for music. He studied piano, violin, and composition at the Vienna Academy of Music, and in 1938, he moved to England to escape the Nazi regime. In England, he continued his studies at the Royal College of Music and later became a British citizen.

Keller excelled as both a performer and writer in the field of classical music. He was a member of the Aeolian Quartet from 1945 to 1947, and later worked as a freelance violinist with various orchestras. As a music critic, he wrote for publications such as The Times, The Guardian, and The Listener.

Keller's writing was known for its insightful analysis, and he was particularly interested in the psychological aspects of music. He was also a vocal advocate for modern music, and believed that classical music should continue to evolve and progress.

In addition to his work as a writer and musician, Keller was also a noted teacher and lecturer. He taught at various institutions, including the Royal College of Music and the University of Nottingham, and gave lectures around the world on topics such as music analysis and performance.

Hans Keller died in 1985 in Hampstead, England, leaving behind a legacy as both a respected music critic and a passionate advocate for the art form.

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