Bohlmann, Henry Frederic Theodore was born on June 23, 1857 in Osterwick near Halberstadt, Germany. Son of Doctor Otto (lawyer) and Ottilie (Brix) B.
Studied philosophy, Berlin University. Studied music under masters in Berlin, Leipzig, Royal High School of Music, Klindworth Conservatory and with Eugene d’Albert.
Taught piano Klindworth Conservatory, 1888-1890. Artist teacher of piano, Cincinnati Conservatory, 1890-1919. Now at head of own school of music.
Appeared as soloist with Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Theodore Thomas Orchestra, etc. Selected by Felix Weingartner to take his place at the piano, at the Weingartner Festival, Wildungen, Germany, 1908. Has concertized extensively throughout United States.
Composer: Lyric Tone Poem for Grand Orchestra (produced by Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, etc.). Palaestra Digitorum (athletic school for fingers), 1917. Editor: Selected Etudes (Stephen Heller), 1895.