Johanna Beisteiner

Johanna Beisteiner ( born February 20, 1976 in Wiener Neustadt) is an Austrian classical guitarist.

  • 4.1 CD
  • 4.2 DVD
  • 4.3 soundtracks


Johanna Beisteiner received her first music lessons at the age of nine years at the Josef Matthias Hauer music school in Wiener Neustadt and moved in 1992 only sixteen years old at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, where she is a concert platform as well as a doctoral program with a thesis on art music in figure skating, synchronized swimming and rhythmic gymnastics from 1990 to the present day as Dr. phil. completed.

Beisteiner has been active as a soloist. My repertoire includes well-known works from the 15th to the 20th century, new music, among other things, she played the premieres of numerous works of composer Robert Gulya and Eduard Schafranski. She also worked with well-known orchestras as the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the Sochi Symphony Orchestra and the Budapest String Chamber Orchestra, renowned conductors such as Béla Drahos and Oleg Soldatov and the Argentine tango dancer and choreographer Rafael Ramirez. In 2012 she presented her first original composition Zemlinsky 's night on Themes by Alexander von Zemlinsky. Your images will at Gramy Records. She also participated in soundtracks for movies Truce ( USA, 2005) and SOS szerelem! (Hungary, 2007), and was heard in radio and television, including on Rai 3 and Bartók Rádió.

Johanna Beisteiner plays a Spanish guitar from the master site of Paulino Bernabe and son.

Honors and Awards

  • 2008: Crystal Trophy Teatro della Concordia 200 years in Monte Castello di Vibio, Italy.
  • 2011: Honorary membership in the Friends of Castle Hohenschonhausen in Berlin, Germany.


Works by Robert Gulya

  • 2000: Fairy Dance / fairies dance for solo guitar
  • 2006: Capriccio for Guitar and Piano
  • 2007: Night Sky Preludes / starry - Päludien for guitar solo
  • 2009: Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra. Video sample of the first movement played live in 2009 by Johanna Beisteiner and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Béla Drahos (Video posted by Gramy Records, 2010. )
  • 2009: The Milongureo and the Muse ( Tango), second version for flute, guitar and string orchestra. Video example of this tangos played live in the year 2009 by Béla Drahos, Johanna Beisteiner and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra (Video posted by Gramy Records, 2010. )
  • 2010: waltz for solo guitar

Works by Edward Schafranski

  • 2004: Requiem for Guitar
  • 2007: Caravaggio oggi or thoughts to a picture of Caravaggio. Video sample ( GRAMY Records, 2010. )
  • 2007: Night in Granada
  • 2009: The old quarter of Alania
  • 2009: The Songs of surf

Own compositions

  • 2012: Zemlinsky night ( on themes by Alexander von Zemlinsky )



  • 2001: Dance Fantasy
  • 2002: Salon
  • 2004: Between present and past
  • 2007: Virtuosi italiani della chitarra romantica
  • 2012: Austrian Rhapsody


  • 2010: Live in Budapest


  • 2005: Truce
  • 2007: S.O.S Love!