BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Rondino for 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 horns and 2 bassoons in E flat major WoO 25

20-July-2010

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[DURATION: 06' 29'']

06' 29''

Dalton, Lucinda

Dalton, Lucinda

Newbury (United Kingdom), 1986. In 2003 was awarded a scholarship to study at the Purcell School of Music under the tutoring of Melanie Ragge and 2005 received another scholarship to continue her oboe studies at the Royal Academy of Music from where she graduated with First Class Honors. In 2009 was distinguished with the Oboe Prize and was selected to play as soloist with the String Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music. At present she is studying with Christopher Cowie and Jonathan Anderson. Lucinda Dalton was principal oboe player with the National Youth Chamber Orchestra and has played in prestigious halls such as Buckingham Palace, Wigmore Hall and St. John's Smith Square.

Descours, Lola

Descours, Lola

Reims (France), 1987. Started to study bassoon in Reims and later in Paris with Laurent Lefèvre, in Hannover with Dag Jensen (Erasmus) and at present continues her education at the CNSM in Paris with Marc Trenel. She was First Prizewinner at the Bassoon Competition in Monaco, at the Leopold Bellan and at the IDRS Young Artists in 2009. She often plays chamber music with David Walter, Guyot and Romain Cazalet. Orchestral music also has an important place in her life and participates in young and baroque orchestras. In 2007 Lola Descours was accepted as bassoon player soloist with the Paris Orchestra.

Menéndez, Alberto

Menéndez, Alberto

Avilés (Spain), 1991. Currently studying the "La Caixa" Foundation Horn Chair at the Reina Sofía School of Music, under Radovan Vlatkoviæ. Resident member of the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, the National Youth Orchestra of Holland and the European Youth Wind Orchestra of Luxemburg. Member of the Sony Chamber Orchestra and of the "La Caixa" Foundation Horn Sextet. From 2008-2009, studied in the wind instruments department at the International Institute of Chamber Music in Madrid, and is a member of the "Grupo Orfeo" conducted by Hansjörg Schellenberger.

Arnold, Hannes

Arnold, Hannes

St. Johann in Tirol (Austria), 1985. Studied at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Hansjörg Angerer and at present is continuing studies for his Master in Art at the Royal Academy of Music with Michael Thompson, Richard Watkins and Martin Owen. Hannes Arnold is a founding member of the Ellipsis Wind Quartet, winner of the Nicholas Blake Prize at the Royal Academy. Has offered concerts throughout Europe as principal horn of the Viennese Orchestra and the Junge Philharmonie Salzburg. Interested in contemporary music, he has played with the London Sinfonietta Academy and London Contemporary Orchestras, under the baton of Elgar Howarth, Franck Ollu, Sir Mark Elder and Yan Pascal Tortelier.

Expósito, Miguel

Expósito, Miguel

Murcia (Spain) 1984. Since the 2008-2009 academic year he studies at the Reina Sofía School of Music with Professor Michel Arrignon, Head of the Clarinet Chair. He enjoys a tuition scholarship from the Consejería de Educación de la Comunidad de Madrid. Since 2007 is a member of the Comunidad de Madrid Youth Orchestra. As student of the Reina Sofía School is a member of the Sony Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Peter Eötvös and of the Clarinets Trio with Ana María Carvalho and Carlos Pastor, as well as of the Alborada Trio formed at the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid.

Mohai, Bálint Döme

Mohai, Bálint Döme

1989, Budapest. Started to play bassoon from his father Tibor Mohai at the age of twelve and three years later started to study at the Béla Bartok Conservatory with Professor József Vajda. In 2008 entered the Franz Liszt Music University in Budapest with Professor István Hartensetin. He has been distinguished in several national and international competitions. Three times he won the National Bassoon Competitions in Hungary. In 2008 was First Prizewnner at the 42th International Competition Concertino Praga. In 2010 he won the National New Talent Competiton. And after this he turned in to the best 8 finalist competitor of the International New Talent Competition what will be held in november 2010 in Bratislava. He has participated in master classes by Professors Klaus Thunemann, Eckart Hubner, Georg Klütsch, Radovan Vlatkovic, Michel Arrignon, Rien de Reede, György Lakatos and György Keszler. He has also participated in international concert tours with orchestras in chamber music and in solo such as the European Union Youth Orchestra, EMCY Stars of Tomorrow, International Orhestra Institute Attergau and the Schleswig-Holstein Youth World Orchestra. Has been conducted by the following maestros: Sir Colin Davis, Lutz Kohler, Herbert Blomstedt, Alexander Apolin, Vladimir Askhenazy, Peter Stark, Leonidas Kavakos, Peter Csaba, Zoltan Kocsis and Ivan Fischer. Balint Mohai has performed in Hungary, Luxemburg, Czech Republic, China, Germany, Spain, Turkey, Switzerland, Great Britain and Italy. In June 2008 played Weber’s Concerto for bassoon with the Prague Radio Orchestra at the Rudolfinum’s Dvorak Hall in Prague. He played in radio stations such as the Hungarian Radio, Radio svizzera di lingua italiana, Czech Radio and the Bavarian Radio. He also participaten the Encuentro de Música Y Academia de Santander in july 2009. He is principal bassoonist in the Hungarian National Chamber Orchestra.

Caubit, Alice

Caubit, Alice

Larroche Sur Von (France), 1986. A graduate from the Paris Region National Conservatory in the class of Richard Vieille, she specialized in chamber music with Paul Meyer and Eric Le Sage. Studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Music et Dans in Paris with Michel Arrignon and Arnaud Leroy. She won the Grand Prix of the Flaine Academy and was invited to play Mozart’s Concerto as soloist. Alice Caubit collaborates with the Symphony Operas de Tours Orchestra, conducted by Jean-Yves Osssoce, with the Orchestre Français des Jeuner, conducted by Denis Russel Davis and is a member of the Atelier Ostinato Orchestra as well as of the Toulouse Capitole Orchestra.

Pérez Sedano, Clara

Pérez Sedano, Clara

Murcia (Spain), 1986. Currently studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London, with a scholarship from the Banco Santander Foundation. Has attended Master Classes given by Jacques Tys, Jonathan Kelly, Emanuel Abbühl, Tomas Indermühle, José Manuel González and Paul Dombrecht. Has worked with youth orchestras in Murcia Region, Andalusia and the City of Granada. Took part in the Murcia Festival of Youth Orchestras and performs with the Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music in London. Has played with Tenerife Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jesús López Cobos, and with conductors such as Sir Colin Davis, Semyon Bychkov, Pablo Heras Casado, Yoav Talmi and Nicholas Kok.

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