Ulf Schirmer became perhaps one of the most rapidly-developing young performing abilities in the 1990s. He examined performing and composition on the Bremen Conservatory as well as the Hamburg Adacemy of Music, where his teachers included composer György Ligeti and conductors Christoph von Dohnányi and Horst Stein. In 1980 he was involved being a choral movie director on the Vienna Condition Opera. Immediately after that he became an helper towards the music movie director, Lorin Maazel. During his years in Vienna he executed the Condition Opera in the operas El re in ascolto (Berio), Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Mozart), and Werther (Massenet), aswell as the ballets Raymonda (Glazunov) and Orpheus (Henze). In 1988 Schirmer was employed as primary music movie director from the Landeshaupstadt Wiesbaden and creative movie director from the symphony concerts distributed by the orchestra from the Hessian Condition Theater. This placement lasted into 1991, of which period he started to carry out more performances in the Vienna Condition Opera. From 1993 to 1995 he held the positioning of music advisor towards the directors from the Vienna Condition Opera. Meanwhile, he previously debuted using the Vienna Philharmonic in 1992, and in Sept 1993, using the Berlin Philharmonic through the annual Berlin Event Week. The Berlin Philharmonic involved him for the 1994-1995 time of year. In 1995 Schirmer was appointed music movie director from the German Country wide Radio Symphony, the world’s oldest radio orchestra. He offered in that capability into 1998. Throughout that period he got the orchestra on essential tours through European countries and to america. He produced his English debut leading the orchestra as visitor ensemble at a BBC Proms concert in August, 1995. Following the end of his tenure using the German Country wide Radio Symphony he embarked on some months as a visitor conductor, including shows of Wagner’s Siegfried and Götterdämmerung in Graz, and Strauss’s Rosenkavalier and Berg’s Lulu at Paris’s Opéra de la Bastille. In 2006 he was appointed main conductor from the Munich Radio Orchestra, and he continues to be music movie director fo the Leipzig Opera since 2009. Well known operatic recordings consist of Richard Strauss’s Capriccio with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Carl Nielsen’s Maskarade, Berg’s Lulu, and operettas by Léhar and Nicolai.