BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Serenade for flute, violin and viola in D major op 25

12-July-2014

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[DURATION: 23' 44'']

Kowalczyk, Marta

Kowalczyk, Marta

Marta Kowalcyzk was born in Koszalin (Poland) in 1991. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours from the Frederic Chopin Music University in Warsaw last year. Marta is currently studying a Master of Arts at the Royal Academy of Music with Professor György Pauk. In 2008 she won the Eurovision Young Musicians and represented her country at the final event in Vienna. She has won several awards including the "Young Poland" Prize which is awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and also First Prize in the International Violin Competition in Belgrade, Serbia. As a soloist, Marta has performed with orchestras such as the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra, the Warsaw Sinfonia and the Polish Radio Orchestra, amongst others.

Freyburger, Hélène

Freyburger, Hélène

Hélène Freyburger was born in Colmar (France) in 1991. She began her studies at the Conservatory in Colmar with Catherine Baert. Subsequently, she went to Paris to study with Vincent Lucas at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris and, later, she moved to Berlin, to the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" to study in Silvia Careddu's class. She has participated in master classes in the Chiagiana Academy in Siena. In 2013 she was selected to work with the Scharoun Ensemble of the Berliner Philharmoniker. In 2014, she became a member of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, playing under Philippe Jordan and David Afkham.

Imai, Nobuko

Imai, Nobuko

Nobuko Imai studied at the Toho Music School of Tokyo, at the Yale University and the Juilliard School of New York. She has been the only violist who has won the highest prizes in the international viola competitions in Munich and Geneva. She has been a member of the Vermeer Quartet, and at the present time she carries out an important international career as performer and teacher of the Amsterdam Conservatory. Imai has been artistic adviser of the Tokyo Casals Hall for ten years and she has been also a member of the Saito Kinen Orchestra. Nobuko Imai has recorded numerous records for the labels Philips, Chandos, BIS and EMI, and also she has performed with the most prestigious worldwide orchestras, including the London, Montreal, Boston and Chicago symphonic orchestras, the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Royal Concertgebouw and L'Orchestre de Paris. Nobuko Imai has been artistic director of the International Hindemith Viola Festival celebrated in Tokyo, London and New York in 1995 and 1996. Among the many distinctions which she was obtained, they are found the Avon Art Prize (1993), Art Prize for Music of the Japan Ministry of Education (1994), Mobil Prize (1995) and the Suntory Music Prize (1996). In 2003, Nobuko Imai was distinguished with the Purple Medal by the Japanese government.

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