The greatest part of Peter Sadlo's artistic energies are channelled towards his activities as
a soloist. The many invitations to renowned
orchestras (Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, BR Symphony Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, SWR Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, Orchestral Accademy of Santa Cecilia Rome, National Symphony Orchestra RAI Turin, Nagoya Philharmonic or Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony) and festivals
(Bad Kissingen, Basel, Bremen, Echternach, Istanbul, Lockenhaus, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, MDR Musiksommer, Pollenca, Salzburg or Schwetzingen) give testimony to the ever increasing impact of this exceptional artist.
Constantly on the search for new sound experiences he has inspired the creation of
many new compositions.
Composers such as Luciano Berio, Minas Borboudakis, Ferran Cruixent, Moritz Eggert, Harald Genzmer, Sofia Gubaidulina, Hans Werner Henze and Bertold Hummel have collaborated with, or written for him.
Along with his career as a soloist, Peter Sadlo has always striven to
pass on his know-how and experience to the next generation. Since 1983
he has taught at the Münchner Musikhochschule.
At 28 years of age he was appointed professor at the prestigious
University Mozarteum Salzburg. His student's accomplishments underscore the success of his percussion classes at both schools.