Moritz Goerg

The trumpeter Moritz Görg gives concerts worldwide at the most major concert halls.

In addition to his solo activities, Moritz Görg has collaborated with many ensembles and symphony orchestras, such as the Nürnberger Symphoniker and Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal, and has been featured as a welcomed guest artist at numerous renowned german orchestras, such as Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

As a specialist in playing the valveless natural trumpet, he works with leading conductors of early music, including Thomas Hengelbrock, Philippe Herreweghe, Peter van Heyghen, Frieder Bernius, Lionel Meunier, Kay Johannsen.
Moritz Görg is the first trumpeter of the Balthasar Neumann Chors & Ensemble and plays with Vox Luminis, Collegium Vocale Gent, Il Gardellino, Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, Hofkapelle Stuttgart, Neue Hofkapelle Osnabrück, Stiftsbarock Stuttgart and others
With the Michaelis Consort, an early music ensemble founded by the brothers Felix and Moritz Görg, he won the Biagio-Marini competition in Neuburg ad Donau and was a guest at well-known music festivals, including Darmstadt Residence Festival, Musica Antiqua Festival Brugge, Barocktage Speinshart.

Moritz Görg is a lecturer for natural trumpet at the Hamburg University of Music and Theater and a lecturer for modern trumpet at the Carl Maria von Weber University of Music in Dresden.

Born in Ulm/Germany Moritz Görg studied trumpet with Prof. Uwe Kleindienst, Prof. Håkan Hardenberger, Bo Nilsson and Prof. Matthias Höfs.