Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler - Berlin
Born in Brandenbourg-sur-la-Havel, Stephan Forck took his first music lessons at the age of four. At the age of six, he began to play the cello and attended a specialized music school in Berlin from 1977. He won First Prize in the Bach competition for Young Musicians in 1975 in Leipzig and Second Prize in the international competition of Markneukirchen instruments in 1982.
The following year, and until 1987, he studied cello at the Hanns Eisler Music Academy in Berlin. He plays with the Halle and Neubrandenburg Philharmonic Orchestras and records for television and radio.
In 1985, he was one of the founding members of theVogler quartetwho won first prize in the Evian string quartet competition. Between two tours through Europe, Asia and America, the group records a rich discography.
In 1992, Forck became a cello and chamber music instructor at his alma mater,Hanns Eislerin Berlin. He was appointed cello teacher from the winter semester of 1992.
Was born in Brandenburg/Havel. He had his first music lessons at the age of four. At the age of six he began to play the cello and from 1977 he attended the specialist music school in Berlin. In 1975 and 1982 Stephan Forck won first prize in the Bach Young Musicians Competition in Leipzig and second prize in the International Instrumental Competition in Markneukirchen.
From 1983-87 he studied cello at the Academy of Music Hanns Eisler Berlin. He has performed with the Halle and Neubrandenburg Philharmonic Orchestras and made radio and TV recordings.
In 1985 he was a founder member of the Vogler quartet which won first prize at the string quartet competition in Evian. Besides many tours through Europe, Asia and America, the quartet has produced a number of CDs.
In 1992 Stephan Forck became a lecturer in cello and chamber music at the Academy of Music Hanns Eisler Berlin. In the winter semester 1999, he was appointed Professor of Cello.