|Born||in Frankfurt am Main, Germany|
|Died||in Munich, Germany|
Mini Bio (1)
Wolfgang Edward Rebner was the son of violinist Adolph Rebner (1876-1967), who was a friend of composer Arnold Schoenberg and teacher of composer Paul Hindemith. Wolfgang Rebner left Germany in 1939 and pursued a career in Hollywood as a pianist. He often performed in Los Angeles for Peter Yates's "Evenings on the Roof" which evolved into the famous "Monday Evening Concerts." After World War II, he became more and more involved with the music of his homeland, finally returning to Germany permanently to teach at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich.
He composed many works, including "Montagnola" for orchestra.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gregg Wager