Gohl Moser Katharina
Born in Winterthur, Switzerland to a family of musicians, Kathi Gohl completed her studies in Zürich, obtaining diplomas as a lecturer and performer. She augmented this with advanced studies in Budapest at the Ferenc Liszt Academy. She went on to carry out research and studies in baroque cello.
As a soloist and chamber musician she is highly regarded, with a wide range of concert activities involving music from the 17th to the 21st century, and emphasizing historic performance practice and contemporary music (various composers have written cello works for her).
Kathi Gohl has collaborated with fine soloists, including Chiara Banchini, Jesper B. Christensen, René Jacobs, Heinz Holliger, Geoffrey Lancaster, Ivan Monighetti, Hansheinz Schneeberger, Conrad Steinmann, Kurt Widmer and many others.
She has performed on numerous recordings on radio and CDs, mostly in the area of chamber music, and has been a member of various juries, for example, the International Bach-Competition, Leipzig, 1998, 2004, 2008.
From 1993-2000 she was president of ESTA Switzerland (European String Teachers Association), and later became a member of the board of ESTA International.
Kathi Gohl is vice director of the Hochschule für Musik (Musik-Akademie) in Basel.
She is married to the Swiss composer Roland Moser.