Hans "Enke" Zentgraf is the demonstrating and explaining cellist in the videos. He is known as a so called three-letter-man: a fine soloist, chamber-musician and pedagogue. Furthermore he has broad experience in orchestral playing, so that you can rely entirely on what he offers you.
- 1959 | Piano
- 1966 | Violoncello
- 1979 | Graduation in Frankfurt/Main Prof. G. Mantel
- 1981 | Master's Degree, The Juilliard School, New York Harvey Shapiro Mastercourses
with Pierre Fournier, Janos Starker, Rudolf Metzmacher, Itzak Perlman and Leonard Hokanson
- 1982, 1983 & 1993 | Johannesen International Festival of the Arts, Victoria, Canada
- 1994 | Italy and Hungary
- 1995 | Hungary and Germany, Castle of Salem
- 1996 | Germany, Castle of Salem
- 1997 - 2001 | Monastery of Engelberg, Switzerland
- 2013 | Germany, Kassel
- 2014 | Germany, Kassel
- 2015 | Germany, Kassel
- 1983 | State Opera of Lower Saxony, section
- 1986 | State Opera of Lower Saxony, assistant principal
- 1989 | State Opera of Lower Saxony, co-principal
- 2001 | State Opera of Nuremberg, co-principal
Joh. Seb. Bach, Six suites for violoncello solo
1992 | 2 CDs, Musikproduktion Dabringhaus & Grimm, Detmold (MDG)
Max Reger, Three suites for violoncello solo
1993 | MDG
Antonio Vivaldi, Four sonatas
1995 | Own arrangement for violoncello and string-orchestra, MDG
1996 | Complete works for violoncello and piano, MDG
Sonatas by Gabrielli, Loeillet, Scarlatti...
...,Jacchini, Couperin, Marcello. 1997 | Own arrangement for violoncello and string-orchestra.
Friedrich Kiel II
2002 | Complete works II for violoncello and piano, MDG
20 Years Duo Zentgraf-Ullrich
1998 | Works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and others - for violoncello solo and violoncello and piano.
Sonatas by Eccles, Sammartini, Marais, Händel and De Fesch
1999 | Own arrangement for violoncello and string-orchestra, MDG