• 1957 – 1962

    Conservatory Bratislava (under Vladislav Brunner Sr.)

  • 1962

    began studying at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (under Vladislav Brunner Sr.)

  • 1962

    he became first flautist for the Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava

  • since 1963

    he often played concertos abroad

  • 1970

    he established the Musici da camera ensemble, involving a variety of musicians

  • since 1969

    he was part of the Brunner Flute Quartet (together with his brothers Milan and Juraj and his father)

  • 1972

    member of the Bratislava Chamber Harmony wind ensemble

  • since 1977

    departure to Frankfurt am Main; cooperation with many performers and ensembles (as a soloist); he teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and he has established the Brunner Quartet with members of his family – Vladislav Jr. (violin), Richard (viola), and Elisabeth (cello)

  • since 2002

    he has given annual lectures at the international Musica Arvenzis master classes in Dolný Kubín


Many years of praxis, a wealth of international experience, wide view results in a unique mastery with the top level of all interpretative parameters that he maintains even with advancing years. Vladislav Brunner has always been a keen promoter of Slovak flute literature.

Brunner's Flute Quartet gave rise to original Slovak compositions for this instrumentation. The focus of the repertoire of wind ensemble Bratislava Chamber Harmony, which he was member of, consisted of Classicist music with a strong favoring to authors of Bratislava provenance. Brunner's concert activity abroad includes performances in Austria, Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria and Switzerland.

After resettling in Frankfurt he has performed as a soloist with the following ensembles: RSO Frankfurt am Main, Concerto Grosso Frankfurt am Main, Deutsche Bachsolisten, Münchener Kammerorchester, Bach-Collegium München, Wiener Kammerorchester, Sütdeutsches Kammerorchester, and in Belgium I Musici Fiamingi. His extensive performing activities in the field of chamber music include cooperation with many performers and conductors. Before moving abroad, and again after 1989 he performed as a soloist famous orchestras and ensembles in Slovakia as Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic, The Slovak State Philharmonic Košice, Slovak Chamber Orchestra of Bohdan Warchal, Sinfonietta, Bratislava Soloists, Musica Aeterna, Moyzes Quartet, Pressburger Chamber Orchestra, Solistes Européen Luxembourg, and also in the neighboring Czech Republic (Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava, Musica Bohemica Prague, Chamber Orchestra Pardubice) and Hungary (Hungarian State Opera Orchestra, Budapest).