BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Piano trio in B flat major op 97 'Archduke'

20-May-2011 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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Kadouch, David

Kadouch, David

Trío Flamel

Trío Flamel

Formed within the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid in this academic year 2010-2011, the Flamel Trio belongs to the Department with Piano Group headed by Professor Ralf Gothoni. The group is made up of Pablo Ferrández (Madrid, 1991), a student at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in the Chair of Ferrovial Cello with Professor Natalia Shakhovskaya, and ex-students of the Escuela, Carole Petitdemange (France, 1980), who studied at the Chair of Chamber Music-String Quartet Fundación Caja Madrid under the tutelage of Professor Rainer Schmidt, and David Kadouch (France, 1983), formed in the Piano Department of the Fundación Banco Santander with Professor Dimitri Bashkirov. Flamel Trio made its first concert to the public on October 22, 2010 at the concert in the Da Camera Concert Series at the Sony Auditorium, where they performed the "Trio for Piano and Strings no. 4 in B flat major, op. 11" of Beethoven, with which they achieved a remarkable acceptance of the attendees.

Ferrández Castro, Pablo

Ferrández Castro, Pablo

Pablo Ferrández is a prize winner of international competitions such as the prestigious Paulo International Cello Competition in Finland (2nd prize), Prix Nicolas Firmenich, Edmond de Rothschild Award, Leyda Ungerer Music Prize or Liezen International Competition, among others. Born in a family of musicians, at the young age of thirteen he was granted admission to the prestigious Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía where he studied with Natalia Shakhovskaya, being awarded as the most outstanding student for four consecutive years. In October 2011 Pablo joined the Kronberg Academy Masters Program, where he has been studying with Frans Helmerson, financed by a Sodalitas Stipendium. He has also studied with renowned artists such as David Geringas, Philipp Müller, Gary Hoffman, Arto Noras or Ivan Monighetti. He has been awarded scholarships from the Pau Casals Foundation and Juventudes Musicales de Madrid. Pablo Ferrández has performed as soloist with leading Orchestras like the Orquesta Sinfónica de Radio Televisión Española, the Orquesta Nacional de España, Kremerata Baltica, the Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias, Helsinki Philharmonic, Tapiola Sinfonietta, Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire or Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, among others. He has worked with a number of conductors including Antoni Ros Marbá, Heinrich Schiff, John Storgards, Rossen Milanov, Radoslaw Szulc, Oleg Caetani, John Axelrod, Sergio Alapont or Peter Csaba. He has played chamber music with Gidon Kremer, Ivy Gitlis, Vilde Frang or Ana Chumachenco. His appearances as a soloist and chamber musician have included concerts at prominent venues in Europe as such Teatro del Liceu in Barcelona, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Shostakovich Hall in Saint Petersbourg or the Helsnki Music Center. Pablo has frequently been invited to the most famous music festivals like Verbier, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Casals, Spivakov, Santander, Kronberg, Piatigorsky and the Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad. Pablo Ferrández's first CD (Dvorak and Schumann Concertos) was recorded with the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Radoslaw Szulc and was highly praised in the international press: "Pablo Ferrández is a fine performer, with a warm tone and an impulsive, if refined, lyricism that makes him a natural interpreter for Schumann's concerto, with its melancholy elegance and flashes of mercurial wit." (Tim Ashley, The Guardian), "It is in Dvorak that Ferrández announces himself as a cellist of stature" (Janet Banks, The Strad). Pablo has recorded a second CD with Italian concertos by Rossini and Menotti with the Kremerata Baltica conducted by Heinrich Schiff. Highlights of this and the coming seasons include concerts in Amsterdam, Tokyo, Paris (Louvre Auditorium), Florence (Maggio Musicale Fiorentino), Madrid (Auditorio Nacional) and Buenos Aires (Teatro Colón) with orchestras such as the Saint Petersbourg Philharmonic, Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia or Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn and conductors such as Yuri Temirkanov or Ryan McAdams. Pablo Ferrández plays the Stradivarius "Lord Aylesford" (1696) thanks to the Nippon Music Foundation.

Petitdemange, Carole

Petitdemange, Carole

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