BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Piano trio in G major op 1 no. 2

28-January-2011 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

More details

[DURATION: 30' 33'']

Grupo Schubert de Canon (10-11)

Grupo Schubert de Canon (10-11)

Canon Schubert Group was established in the School of Music Reina Sofía in 2003. Their current lineup is taught by Márta Gulyàs, Professor of Groups with Piano Department of International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid. Since its creation, has participated in master classes of chamber music with Peter Frankl and Ralf Gothoni and has played in the House of Salinas of Sevilla, Principal Theater of Burgos, Father Poveda College of Madrid and Auditorio Sony in the Prelude serie. In addition, all members are students of that school in its various departments of the instrument. ALBERT SKURATOV, violin. 1988, Koctpoma, Russia. Started his musical education at the Children's School of Music and continued at the Kazan Special School of Music. Since the 2005-2006 academic year she is a student of the Reina Sofía School of Music at the Violin Chair, sponsored by Fundación Teléfonica, with Professor Zakhar Bron, Head of the Chair. Albert Skuratov enjoys a tuition scholarship from MAE-AECI and from the Albéniz Foundation as well as a residence scholarship from MAE-AECI. As student of the Reina Sofía School he is a member of the Siemens Chamber Ochestra that has been conducted by Maestros Péter Csaba, Max Valdés, Jordi Savall, Antoni Ros- Marbà and Jesús López Cobos. Additionally he has participated in master classes with Gyorgy Pauk, Kolja Blacher and Ralf Gothoni. In 2000 he was Third Prizewinner of the "All-Russian" Competition for young talents and also obtained a special diploma at the 2001 Jeunesses Musicales International Competition in Bucharest. In 2002 was distinguished with the "All Russian" Youth Assembly of Arts Competition in Moscow. MARIUSZ WYSOCHI, cello. 1983, Poland. Has studied at the Frederic Chopin Academy in Warsaw with Professor Tomasz Strahl and at the Siena Chigiana Academy with Professor David Geringas as well as with Professors Bernard Greenhouse and Julius Berger at the Mozarteum Sommerakademie in Salzburg. He is at present a student at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki with Professor Arto Noras. Mariusz Wysocki has been the first Polish violoncellist to be a member of the European Youth Orchestra, conducted by Maaestro Vladimir Ashkenazy. As soloist, has played with the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra, the Zielona Gora Philharmonic, the Silesia Chamber Orchestra and the Lublin Philharmonic, among others. Has played in numerous orchestral ensembles and has won several prizes in competitions such as Grand Prize and First Prize at the VIII Danczowski Competition in Poland in 2007 and in 2005 and 2007 was winner of the Lutoslawski International Competition held in Warsaw. ASAF KLEINMANN, piano. He was born in Israel in 1986. He studied at the School of Music Buchmann-Mehta of the University of Tel-Aviv (Israel). He’s an student of the School of Music Reina Sofía from 2010-2011 academic year, in the Chair of Piano Foundation Banco Santander with Professor Dimitri Bashkirov. He enjoys Heide Wolf-tuition scholarship and Albéniz Foundation, and residence scholarship of Albéniz Foundation. He won thefirst prize in competitions such as "Lions Israel Music Competition for Piano" and the Award for Young Artists Competition in Jerusalem "Voice of Music". As a student of the School, is part of Canon's Trio Schubert and Ligeti Group, with Professor Márta Gulyàs.

Kleinman, Asaf

Kleinman, Asaf

He was born in Beer-Sheva (Israel) in 1986. He studied at the School of Music Buchmann-Mehta of the University of Tel-Aviv (Israel), under the tutelage of Professor Emanuel Krasovsky. He's a student of the School of Music Reina Sofía since 2010-2011 academic year, in the Fundación Banco Santander Piano Chair with Head Professor Dimitri Bashkirov. Enjoys a Tuition Scholarship Albéniz Foundation and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation - Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (MAEC-AECID)and a Residence Scholarship MAEC-AECID. He has participated in master classes with professors such as Dimitri Bashkirov, Ferenc Rados, Claude Frank, Pamela Frank, Homero Francesh and Menahem Pressler. He won the first prize in competitions such as "Lions Israel Musical Competition for Piano" or Piano Competition of Bucharest Lions European Musical, the Award for Young Artists Competition of Jerusalem "Voice of Music" or the Competitions Aviv in Israel. His performances in several European countries as solo led to work with the Rishon Lezion Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Sinfonietta Beer-Sheva or with conductors as Vag Papian or Menahem Nebenhaus, among others. He has also participated in festivals in Israel, in the musical Kremlin in Moscow, in the IMS Prussia Cove (England) or the International Music Festival of Summer Suolahti's (Finland). As a student of the School, was part of Kreutzer Duo, with Professor Márta Gulyás.

Wysocki, Mariusz

Wysocki, Mariusz

Skuratov, Albert

Skuratov, Albert

Started his musical education at the Children's School of Music and continued at the Kazan Special School of Music. Since the 2005-2006 academic year she is a student of the Reina Sofía School of Music at the Violin Chair, sponsored by Fundación Teléfonica, with Professor Zakhar Bron, Head of the Chair. Albert Skuratov enjoys a tuition scholarship from MAE-AECI and from the Albéniz Foundation as well as a residence scholarship from MAE-AECI. As student of the Reina Sofía School he is a member of the Siemens Chamber Ochestra that has been conducted by Maestros Péter Csaba, Max Valdés, Jordi Savall, Antoni Ros-Marbà and Jesús López Cobos. Additionally he has participated in master classes with Gyorgy Pauk, Kolja Blacher and Ralf Gothoni. In 2000 he was Third Prizewinner of the "All-Russian" Competition for young talents and also obtained a special diploma at the 2001 Jeunesses Musicales International Competition in Bucharest. In 2002 was distinguished with the "All Russian" Youth Assembly of Arts Competition in Moscow.

Participants

NEXT

CLASSICALPLANET.COM

USER


PASSWORD



Not a user yet? REGISTER

In compliance with the provisions of Article 22.2 of the Spanish Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce Act (LSSI), this portal makes use of cookies. Your use of this website indicates your consent to the use of cookies described in this policy. -
You can alter the settings or find out more in cookies policy.
Cookie Policy +