Ronny Wiesauer is a talented guitarist with a passion for classical guitar music, jazz and world music. Born in Austria, he began playing guitar at a young age, and quickly developed a love for classical guitar. As a teenager, he explored the world of rock and fusion music, broadening his musical horizons.
His music ranges from slow, touching movements to technical, sophisticated pieces. His repertoire includes classical guitar music from the 19th century, modern and contemporary music, jazz, and fusion. With each album, he explores different perspectives of music while still maintaining his unique sound and approach to the guitar.
He has been praised for his ability to combine classical and jazz elements in his compositions, as well as for his technical proficiency and expressive playing. Whether he is playing a delicate and introspective solo piece or a complex and dynamic ensemble composition, Ronny Wiesauer's music is always captivating and engaging.
Wiesauer studied classical guitar at Mozarteum Salzburg under the guidance of Marco Tamayo, where he honed his skills and graduated with distinction. He then moved to Berlin, where he worked as a musician in various formations and bands.
In 2008, after moving to Vienna, Wiesauer released his debut CD, "Music of The 19th Century", which featured works by composers such as A. Barrios, M. Giuliani, and A. Diabelli. His second album, "Suite Breve", was released in 2010 and focused on contemporary music within a jazz context, featuring works by composers such as H. Gramatges, Sergio Assad, Ralph Towner, and Dusan Bogdanovic.
Wiesauer's third CD, "Bach & Zamboni", featured baroque music by J.S. Bach and G. Zamboni, played on the Archlute, an Italian version of the baroque Lute.
After a few years, Wiesauer moved back to Salzburg, where he founded "The Corium Project," a contemporary jazz trio featuring Heinz Hasenauer on double bass and Klaus Sauli on drums. Their debut CD, "Chants To The Sea," received very positive international reviews for its unique blend of classical music and jazz.
In 2019, Wiesauer released his first CD solely his own compositions, "Monologues." This CD was written for classical guitar solo, featuring compositions and improvised parts that interacted carefully. His 2nd release with purely his own compositions for solo classical guitar , "All Yours," was published in July 2020 and was positively received by the international press and media.
In August 2022, Ronny Wiesauer released his latest album, which was praised by jazz-fun.de for its exceptional compositions, beautiful guitar tone, and natural phrasing. Ronny Wiesauer's unique approach to classical guitar music has earned him a reputation as a very exciting and innovative guitarists and composer.