César Lüttger is born in 1991 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He started piano lessons at the age of five where he showed an interest in composition at an early age. At age nine his piano teacher signed him up for a composition festival where he played a piano composition of his own. During secondary school he also developed an interest for producing and composing electronic music. After graduating from secondary school he started focussing his writing on classical music, which was shortly followed by his application at the Conservatory. Currently he is a 4th year student in his bachelors of Classical Composition at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. His teachers are Willem Jeths and Richard Ayres.
Performed compositions are among others:
Baroquemotion during the Alba Rosa Viva Music Festival in Utrecht.
Piece For Suffering Animals Worldwide written for the foundation Bont voor Dieren.
Piece For The Tweetfonie performed by the Anhaltische Philharmonie during their Tweetfonie concert.
Échecs performed by the Cascadia Reedquintet in Vancouver, Canada.
Requiem In Progress written for the Amsterdams Requiem concert at the Orgelpark, Amsterdam.
Consolidation for the Wannaplay swing installation by Wannaplayground, a project by Boiten&Thunnissen.
Prelude No.1 performed and recorded by pianist Ralph van Raat for the 24fingerprints project by Buma Classical, Kunstenpunt België and 24classics.
La Nuit Blanche performed at the Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ Amsterdam, by the symphony orchestra of the Conservatory of Amsterdam conducted by Bas Wiegers.
Orca performed during the Composers’ Festival 2016 Amsterdam by the Score Collective
conducted by I-Han Fu.
Danseur de Corde for cello solo performed by Maya Fridman at the Orgelpark during the Composers’ Festival 2016 Amsterdam.