Philipp A. Stäudlin is an award-winning virtuoso saxophonist that has performed hundreds of concerts throughout North America, Europe and Japan. His characteristic tonal qualities, deep sense of phrasing, and superb technical skills make him one of the most unique voices in today’s classical saxophone world.
A native of Friedrichshafen, Germany, Stäudlin has appeared as a soloist with the Sinfonieorchester Basel, Ensemble Sound Icon, Ensemble White Rabbit, the Basel Symphony Orchestra, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Opera Boston, Boston Ballet, and Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston. Stäudlin has won many awards as both a saxophone soloist and a chamber musician.
Stäudlin is the soprano saxophonist of the Radnofsky Quartet, a member of Ensemble Sound Icon, and teaches saxophone at The Boston Conservatory in both the standard degree and contemporary music programs, and is also on the applied music faculty at Tufts University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He lives with his wife, pianist Yoko Hagino, and their daughter Anna in Melrose, Massachusetts.