FRANCK, César

Piano quintet in F minor

18-July-2010

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[DURATION: 35' 54'']

Nebolsin, Eldar

Nebolsin, Eldar

Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistán in 1974. He began his piano studies at the age of five with Natalia Wasinkina. At the age of twelve won the 'Young Russian Pianists' competition, held in Tiflis, and the 'Praga Radio Concertino' at age fourteen. Studied at the la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid with professor Dimitri Bashkirov. His professional career started after his triumph at the XI 'Santander International Piano Competition' in 1992, and has led him to perform with the best Spanish and international orchestras, such as New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Berliner Symphoniker, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln Radio, Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, Orchestre de Paris, Santa Cecilia di Roma, Gulbenkian in Lisbon and Vienna Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Nebolsin has appeared in recitals in Zurich's Tonhalle, the Kennedy Center in Washington, the Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto, Carnegie Hall in Nueva York – where he premiered the works of composer Octavio Vázquez -, Herkuless Saal in Munich, Théâtre Chatelet de París, Musikhalle in Hamburg, etc. He currently teaches Chamber Music at the Instituto Internacional de Música de Cámara de Madrid. He has performed as a soloist with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Estonia Philharmonic conducted by Dimitri Alexev, Orquesta de la Radio Televisión Española, Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Kammerorchester Berlin, Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt/Oder and Dresdner Kammerphilharmonie. In the year 2005, he was awarded First Prize and Best performance with orchestra Prize at the International Piano Competition 'SVIATOSLAV RICHTER' in Moscow. Among his recordings, particularly remarkable are a CD for DECCA with Chopin and Liszt solo piano works, and another of Choopin's piano and orchestra works recorded with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester under Vladimir Ashkenazy. Recital appearances have taken him to the main cities in Russia (Moscow, Kiev and Samara), a tour with the Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla and concerts with Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Maestro Yuri Temirkanov. Besides his activity as a soloist, Mr. Nebolsin performs chamber music alongside musicians Julian Rachlin, Alexey Ougrinchouk, Jan-Eric Gustafsohn, Erato Quartett and Latica Honda-Rosenberg, with whom he has recorded two Prokofiev sonatas for the Artenova label.

Privratska, Tereza Anna

Privratska, Tereza Anna

Prague (Czech Republic), 1988. Studied under M. Mickova and J. Pazdera at Prague Conservatory, and enrolled in the Royal Academy of Music in London studying under teacher M. Hasson. Has received Master Classes from Thomas Brandis, Aleksandar Pavlovic, Sylvia Rosenberg, Miguel da Silva (Ysaÿe Quartet) and Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet). Has won the Slovakia International Talents for Europe Competition, the Jon Mundi Gift, the Sir John Barbirolli Memorial Prize and the James Wright scholarship. Performs with Prague Philharmonic and was soloist at the 2008 Prague Spring International Festival of Music. Is lead violinist with the Jubilee Quartet (RAM).

Orazbayeva, Aisha

Orazbayeva, Aisha

1985, Almaty, Kazakhstan. In June 2008 violinist Aisha Orazbayeva was the first Kazakh person graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in London. For her last successful recital received the Thomas C. Fitton Award and the Marjorie Hayward Violin Prize. As soloist, Aisha has given performances in Europe and Central Asia: more recently in Hong Kong where she played for the Prime Minister. She is lately emerging as a performer of contemporary music collaborating with composers such as Johannes Maria Staud and Simon Bainbridge, both of them have written pieces especially composed for her. She regularly records for Kazakh radio and television.

Kmit, Lukas

Kmit, Lukas

Presov (Slovakia), 1987. Studying at the Royal College of Music under professor Andriy Viytovych. Awarded First Prize at the Slovakia Conservatories Competition and at the European Young Talent Competition, Second Prize at the North London Festival and Third Prize at the Geminiani Awards in Italy. Has performed with Slovakian orchestras Kosice State Philharmonic Orchestra and Zilina Sinfonietta, Vienna Beethoven Ensemble and Visegrad Youth Symphony Orchestra. Took part in Trenta Summer Courses and in Castleton Festival (USA) with the Benjamin Britten Chamber Orchestra. In 2009, attended in the Gustav Mahler Academy in Bolzano.

Dyedikov, Maksym

Dyedikov, Maksym

Odessa (Ukraine), 1987. At present is studying at the Reina Sofía School of Music at the Ferrovial Violoncello Chair with Professor Natalia Shakhovskaya and enjoys a scholarship from the Dolores de Blas Legacy. Has received master classes from Hans Helmerson, Natalia Gutman and Felix Renggli. Was First Prizewinner at the Lisenko International Competition (Ukraine). In 2010 also was First Prizewinner at Internacional Paper de Música de Capellades (Barcelona) and at the Ciutat de Manresa in the category of Chamber Groups with the Vivaldi Group, sponsored by E.ON España. Is a member of Oscar Esplá Group, sponsored by Asisa, and of the Sony Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Peter Eötvös.

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