Hartmut Rohde was appointed professor at the Universität der Künste in Berlin in 1993, and is also a visiting professor and Honorary Member at the Royal Academy of Music London.
He is a founding member of the Mozart Piano Quartet.
He studied with Hatto Beyerle at the University of Vienna and the University of Hannover.
Rohde gained international prominence through his success at various competitions.
In addition to his career as a soloist, he also serves on the jury of numerous well known competitions such as the International ARD Competition in Munich.
From 2013 to 2017, he was the artistic director of the NFM LEOPOLDINUM Chamber Orchestra Wroclaw, and is currently a guest conductor with several orchestras, including the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.
Rohde’s instruments are a Michael Ledfuss (2002) and a Giuseppe Fiorini (1899).