BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Romance for violin solo and orchestra in G major op 40 (viola and piano version)

07-December-2009 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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Podyachev, Ivan

Podyachev, Ivan

He was born in the Republic of Bashkortostan (Russia) in 1984. From 1991 to 2002 he studied at the Special Music School of Ufa and in 2007 he continued his studies at the Academy of Arts Ufa in the specialty of Viola and Chamber Music with professors Gulnara Naziullina and Zilya Yulyakshia. Since the 2009-2010 academic year is a student at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Viola Chair BBVA Foundation with Head Professor Diemut Poppen. Enjoys a Tuition and Residence Scholarship of Albéniz Foundation. In 2004 he participated in The Courses of the Highest Ensemble Skill in Kazan (Russia) with Professor Gennadi Fedorenko. He has received master classes with Larisa Poltoratskaya, Marina Kuzina, Serguei Kulakov, Zdenek Novak, Gerard Caussé and Valentin Erben. He received the third prize as a soloist and composition in the Hopes Competition, Talents, Masters of Bulgaria, and the First Prize at the Rainbow Music Festival. As a student of the School is part of the Camerata E.ON of Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, directed by Wolfram Christ and Hanjörg Schellenberger, Freixenet Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Antoni Ros Marbà and the Sony Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Peter Eötvös, Gilbert Varga and Alejandro Posada. He’s also a member of the Brahms of El Mundo Group, under the tutelage of Márta Gulyás, and the Óscar Esplá of Asisa Quartet, with Professor Heime Müller.

Zisi, María

Zisi, María

Greece, 1976. In 1990 entered the Music Academy of Munich to study with Karl-Hermann Mrongovius and Begoña Uriarte. She finished her studies with the "Meisterklassediplom" in 2000 and from 2001 to 2003 continued with Joaquín Soriano in the Real Conservatory of Music in Madrid. She also worked with profesors such as Alexis Weissenberg, Cecile Ouset, Paul Badura Scoda, Nikolai Petrof and Jean- Francoix Heisser. She won scholarships of many greek institutions and first prizes as well as special prizes in the international piano competitions of Jaén, Ferrol and José Iturbi. She gave recitals and played with orchestras in Greece, Spain, Germany, Austria, Italy, Turky, Switzerland and Japan, and made productions for the archives of the Bavarian Radio and the Nacional Radio of Spain. In 2004 came out her first CD with the Goyescas of Granados. Since 2008 she is Profesor Piano Acompanist of Viola in the "Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía".

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