BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Piano trio in D major op 70 no. 1 'Ghost'

08-March-2013 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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[DURATION: 25' 49'']

Trío Areti

Trío Areti

Trio Areti has formed in 2011 at the Instituto International de Musica de Camara de Madrid. Both born and grew up in Kiev, Ukraine the violinist Anna Asieieva and the pianist Lidia Nochovska has been collaborating in a duo since 2000 prior to the Trio Areti formation with the cellist Indira Rahmatulla, who is currently continuing her masters studies with Jean-Guihen Queyras. Anna and Lidia have graduated with honors from the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy in Kiev. Indira has graduated from The Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles. Trio Areti had their debut at the Auditorio Sony at the ̈Ciclo da Camera ̈concert series in November 2011. In addition the trio has worked with Ferenc Rados, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Diemut Poppen, Sylvie Altenburger and Stanislav Iudenich. Trio Areti has performed in prestigious concert venues including Petit Palau in Barcelona, Palacio de Festivales de Cantabria in Santander and Sala de Fundacion de Mutua Madrileña in Madrid. Currently, the trio has been enrolled in a program at the Instituto International de Musica de Camara under the guidance of the pianists Ralf Gothoni and Eldar Nebolsin.

Asieieva, Anna

Asieieva, Anna

Born in 1987 in Kiev, Ukraine, Anna start her study in Lysenko Specialized Music School at the age of 6 under professor Lyudmila Ovcharenko. After eleven years of school she began Tchaikovsky National Music Academy in Kiev and finished it with honors. During study Anna was solist and concertmaster of Tchaikovsky Academy Chamber Orchestra, and with it she played several concerts in Ukraine, Russia, Poland and Moldova. Anna has won numerous prizes in prestigious international solo and chamber competitions, including Second prize at the Shostakovich International Chamber Music Competition in Moscow, Russia, First prize in M. Yudina International Duo Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia, First prize in Keystut Bacewicz International Chamber Music Competition in Lodz, Poland, First prize at the II International Chamber Music Competition in Madrid, Spain and First prize at the Competition "Art of XXI Century" in Ukraine. Anna also won solo Violin Competition in Lichtenberg, International Violin Competition in Kishinev, Moldova, International Competition in Minsk, Belarus and others. Anna's concert engagement have included numerous solo and chamber music performances in Spain, France, Ukraine, Poland, Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Finland and Germany. Ms. Asieieva has performed in prestigious concert venues including Petit Palau in Barcelona, Palacio de Festivales de Cantabria in Santander, Sala de Fundacion de Mutua Madrileña and Auditorio Sony in Madrid. Anna has collaborate with outstanding musicians such as Eldar Nebolsin Jean-Guihen Queyras, Ferenc Rados, Diemut Poppen, Sylvie Altenburger and Stanislav Iudenich. In addition Anna participated in master clases with Victor Abramian, Shlomo Mintz, Eduard Demenyuk, Ferenc Rados, Aleksander Banduryanski, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Robert Andris, Olga Parkhomenko and others. Anna plays a 1725 Carlo Testore violin. Anna is a founding member of Trio Areti, at this time studying at the Instituto Internacional de Musica de Camera de Madrid in Spain in class of Ralf Gothóni, Luis del Valle and Ángel Quintana. In 2012 acted with the Camerata E.ON of the School of Music Reina Sofía, conducted by Günter Pichler.

Rahmatulla, Indira

Rahmatulla, Indira

Born in 1988 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan to a family of musicians, Indira Rahmatulla began her cello lessons with her parents. Her early studies were at the Bilkent University Performing Arts Music School in Ankara, Turkey under Muharrem Denisi. In August 2004 she was awarded a full scholarship to continue her studies at University of Houston, Moores School of Music under the guidance of Vagram Saradjian. Ms. Rahmatulla's current studies are with Ronald Leonard at the Colburn Conservatory of Music. Indira Rahmatulla's concert engagements have included numerous solo and chamber music performances throughout Turkey, Italy, Germany and the United States. She has participated in many summer festivals such as the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany, the Pacific Music Festival in Japan, the Schlern Music Festival in Italy and the Texas Music Festival in Houston, under the baton of conductors including Cristoph Eschenbach, Ivan Fischer, Zlotan Kocisz, Thomas Hengelbrock, Fabio Luisi, Jun Markl and Tadaaki Otaka. In addition, she has collaborated in chamber music with outstanding musicians such as Paul Coletti, Guillaume Sutre, Vag Papian and Timothy Hester, and participated in master classes with Bernard Greenhouse, Natalia Gutman, Raphael Walfisch, Alexander Rudin, Young Chang Cho and Bonnie Hampton. Indira has won numerous prizes in prestigious international competitions, including Second Prize at the 2006 Aram Khachaturian International Cello Competition in Armenia, First Prize in 2006 Schlern International Music Competition in Italy and Third Prize in 2006 Luis Sigall International Cello Competition in Chile. In 2010, Indira received First Prize in the Young Artist Concerto Competition of Torrance Symphony and performed Dvo?ák Cello Concerto with them. She recently was awarded First Prize in Pasadena Showcase Instrumental Competition in Los Angeles, California. Indira is a member of Balthasar-Neumann Ensemble in Germany under the direction of Thomas Hengelbrock. She is currently Principal Cello of the Colburn Orchestra and the American Youth Symphony in California.

Nochovska, Lidia

Nochovska, Lidia

Lidia Nochovska was born in Kiev in 1988. She started her music education at the age of six. In 2006 She completed her studies in the Lysenko Specialized Music School under professor Larysa Vakarina and Larysa Rayko. In 2011 she graduated from Tchaikovsky National Music Academy in Kiev under the direction of Oxana Rindenko. Lidia has won numerous prizes in prestigious International solo and chamber music competitions, including Third prize in Vladimir Krainev Competition, First prize in N. Rubinstein Competition in Paris, First prize at the Competition "Art of XXI Century" in Ukraine and Finland (Piano Duo), First Prize in M. Yudina International Duo Competition in St. Petersburg, First prize in Keystut Bacewicz International Chamber Music Competition in Poland, Third Prize in Zvetaeva Competition in Minsk and Second Prize in Shostakovich Chamber Music Competition in Moscow. Mrs. Nochovska has performed solo and chamber concert in prestigious venues in Ukraina, Russia, Poland, Germany, Finland, Spain, Italy, Belaraus, France and Latvia. She has participated in Masterclasses with Michail Hohlov, Eldar Nebolsin, Tereza Dusso, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Ferenc Rados, Sylvie Altenburger, Stanislav Iudenich, Viktor Abramian, Alexander Bonduranskiy, Olga Parkhomenko, Robert Andris, Vadim Gladkov and Mendmaa Dorzhin. From 2007 Lidia is a member of Piano Duo with Dmytro Pivnenko. As a duo they have played many concerts in Ukraine, Finland and Spain. Lidia is a founding member of Trio Areti, studying at the Instituto Internacional de Musica de Camera de Madrid in Spain in the class of Ralf Gothoni, Luis del Valle and Ángel Quintana. Also, in the School of Music Reina Sofía, is part of the Voce Tempo of Orange Foundation Group, under the tutelage of Ralf Gothóni.

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