Bertin Christelbauer was born in 1978 in Sankt Polten, and grew up in Krems/Donau.
He started to learn Cello at the "Ludwig Ritter von Köchel“ music school with Franz
After the humanstic studies in Krems, he studied Cello at the "Konservatorium der
Stadt Wien" with prof. Josef Luitz and at the University for Music and Performing
Arts with Wolfgang Aichinger, with whom he absolved in 2006 the "Magistra
Artium" Diplom with Distinction.
He took also several Masterclasses in Austria, Germany, Italy and Slovenia, with
Teachers as Wolfgang Boettcher, Wolfgang Herzer and Robert Nagy.
He played several Concerts and Tournees with Wiener Philharmoniker, Wiener
Symphoniker, Tonkunstler Orchestra and Wiener Concertverein, and he played as
substitute in the Wiener Staatsoper and the Wiener Volksoper.
He has an intense chamber music activity, in duo with Harp or Contrabass or even in
Piano Trio (Betosi-Trio) and string quartet (Franz-Xaver-Frenzel-Quartett, Adalbert
Stifter-Quartett) until Octet.
He made concerts all over Europe, and also Asia and America, as well as Cd
recordings and performed several times as Soloist.
He is Solo-Cello beim Festival Sinfonietta Linz and Philharmonics Mundi.
Since 2006 he is a fix member of Bruckner Orchester Linz.