Gregor Schulenburg is a versatile flutist, interpreter and performer in solo and chamber music both at home and abroad. He performed at festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, the Ultraschall Festival, the Edinburgh Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and the Klang Festival Copenhagen.
His repertoire spans from baroque to contemporary and experimental music and he has a great interest in improvisation and in the extensive variety of ethnic music. In this context he is a sought-after duduk soloist and kyotaku player.
He is a member of the ensembles mam.manufaktur für aktuelle musik, Ensemble Extrakte and a guest musician of Ensemble Modern. Amongst others he played in the New European Ensemble, Ensemble Musique Nouvelles, Ensemble Meitar, the New Israeli Contemporary Players, in the oh-ton Ensemble and had his debut as duduk soloist with the Thüringer Symphoniker.
As an interpreter he worked together with various composers, like Helmut Lachenmann, George Aphergis, Simon Steen-Andersen and has performed in numerous first performances.
Gregor Schulenburg holds awards and scholarships of different renowned competitions and grants, including The German Music Competition, The Stockhausen courses in Kürten and The International Ensemble Modern Akademie (2009/10).
He studied flute at the Royal Conservatory The Hague with Rien de Reede, Thies Roorda and Kersten McCall.