Dr. Clemens Trautmann appointed President of Deutsche Grammophon

Coral Williamson

Dr. Clemens Trautmann has been appointed president of Deutsche Grammophon in Berlin.

Reporting jointly to Frank Briegmann, Universal Music’s president of Central Europe and Deutsche Grammophon, and Dickon Stainer, Universal Music’s President and CEO of Global Classics, Trautmann (pictured) takes up his new role on December, 1.

Trautmann began his career studying the clarinet with Sabine Meyer and Reiner Wehle at the Lübeck Academy of Music and then with Charles Neidich at New York’s esteemed Juilliard School, ...

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