You come from a family of clarinettists, so what made you learn cello at the age of 10?

I started piano when I was four. Basically the cello was located under the piano so that was the next instrument I chose. The clarinet was lying on the piano, so that was the third that I chose. It was natural, and very close for me as a kid to grab and try whatever was there.

Andreas Ottensamer,...

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