Gueller’s Dancing in the Light (CBC) of works by contemporary Canadian composer Christos Hatzis, featuring violist Rivka Golani, percussionist Beverly Johnson and oboist Suzanne Lemieux with Symphony Nova Scotia, was released to critical acclaim.  A CD of contemporary works by Tim Brady with SNS and Gueller and soloists Robert Uchida (violin) and Jutta Pulvermacher (viola) was awarded an East Coast Music Award in 2016. In 2017, Schubert, a CD of orchestrated lieder including commissioned orchestrations, with mezzo-soprano Andrea Ludwig was released. His most recent release, with the cellist Peter Martens and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, was of the cello concertos of Vieuxtemps and Saint- Saëns on the Cello Classics label.

This followed a CD (RCA) of Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder and Wagner’s Wesendoncklieder with mezzo soprano Hanneli Rupert, the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, and others with the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra with Peter Lukas Graf (flute) and oboist Lajos Lensces, with German Brass and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra.

Gueller also conducted the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra in an internationally released film documentary, Cosmic Africa.

Cape Town Philharmonic Tchaikovsky 5 2016, 1st Mvt

Cape Town Philharmonic Tchaikovsky 5 2016, 3rd  Mvt

Bernhard Gueller, Beethoven, Symphony no.8, op93, F major

Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra / Mussorgsky

An acknowledged Bruckner and Mahler  expert, he is also known for his mastery contemporary works and commissioned several concerti for Symphony Nova Scotia. Compsotopo. These include a concerto for accordion, for oboe (Christos Hatzis) and tabla (Dinuk Witjernatne ). He has given the premieres works by composers such as the German Werner Egt and is the dedicatee of works on three continents. Gueller conducted a multimedia presentation of Holst’s The Planets in Cape Town and Halifax, and has also conducted ballet (an annual production of The Nutcracker for 17 consecutive years as well as traditional and new ballers such as Ballet Jorgen’s Anastasia, and opera, including a semi-staged Elektra (Strauss) with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra. His outdoor concerts with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra attracted 70 000 people each.

Gueller’s Dancing in the Light (CBC) of works by contemporary Canadian composer Christos Hatzis, featuring violist Rivka Golani, percussionist Beverly Johnson and oboist Suzanne Lemieux with Symphony Nova Scotia, was released to critical acclaim.  A CD of contemporary works by Tim Brady with SNS and Gueller and soloists Robert Uchida (violin) and Jutta Pulvermacher (viola) was awarded an East Coast Music Award in 2016. In 2017, Schubert, a CD of orchestrated lieder including commissioned orchestrations, with mezzo-soprano Andrea Ludwig was released. His most recent release, with the cellist Peter Martens and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, was of the cello concertos of Vieuxtemps and Saint- Saëns on the Cello Classics label.

This followed a CD (RCA) of Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder and Wagner’s Wesendoncklieder with mezzo soprano Hanneli Rupert, the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, and others with the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra with Peter Lukas Graf (flute) and oboist Lajos Lensces, with German Brass and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra.

Gueller also conducted the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra in an internationally released film documentary, Cosmic Africa.

Cape Town Philharmonic Tchaikovsky 5 2016, 1st Mvt

Cape Town Philharmonic Tchaikovsky 5 2016, 3rd  Mvt

Bernhard Gueller, Beethoven, Symphony no.8, op93, F major

Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra / Mussorgsky

An acknowledged Bruckner and Mahler  expert, he is also known for his mastery contemporary works and commissioned several concerti for Symphony Nova Scotia. Compsotopo. These include a concerto for accordion, for oboe (Christos Hatzis) and tabla (Dinuk Witjernatne ). He has given the premieres works by composers such as the German Werner Egt and is the dedicatee of works on three continents. Gueller conducted a multimedia presentation of Holst’s The Planets in Cape Town and Halifax, and has also conducted ballet (an annual production of The Nutcracker for 17 consecutive years as well as traditional and new ballers such as Ballet Jorgen’s Anastasia, and opera, including a semi-staged Elektra (Strauss) with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra. His outdoor concerts with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra attracted 70 000 people each.