BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

String quartet in C major op 59 no. 3 'Razumovsky'

16-October-2015 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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[DURATION: 30' 49'']

Paratore, Raphael

Paratore, Raphael

Raphael Paratore was born in Munich in 1992 into a musical family in Munich. He started taking cello lessons at the age of four and piano lessons at the age of six. As a pre-college student, he studied with Prof. Peter Bruns in Leipzig and since 2011 he has been studying with Prof. Claudio Bohorquez in Stuttgart. He is currently enrolled as a student of Prof. Reinhard Latzko at the University for Music in Vienna in the Erasmus program. In April 2011 he graduated from the Pestalozzi Gymnasium in Munich. He took part in various masterclasses with Prof. Troels Svane, Prof. Wolfgang-Emanuel Schmidt, Prof. Laszlo Fenyo, Prof. Wolfgang Boettcher and Prof. David Geringas. He also participated at well-known academies, such as the Cello Academy Rutesheim, Carl Flesch Academy, Kronberg Academy, ProQuartet Academy, Académie de Musica Villecroze and MISQA. In the chamber music field he has worked with e.g. Prof. Gerhard Schulz, Prof. Günter Pichler, Prof. Heime Müller, Prof. Michael Tree and Prof. Eberhard Feltz. Raphael was first prize winner at the National competition "Jugend musiziert" in Germany, where he also won a special award from the Bertold Hummel foundation. He was a prize winner of the International Cello Competition 2008 in Liezen/Austria, the International Competition for Degenerate Music in Schwerin/Germany and in 2012 he won the first prize at the Lions Club Music Competition in Stuttgart/Germany. As a member of the Goldmund Quartet he won the Gasteig Competition in Munich. He has received scholarships from the Bavarian foundation for talented students, from the society of the Music Conservatory in Stuttgart and the Theodor-Rögler foundation. Since 2011 he is a scholarship recipient of the Yehudi Menuhin "Live Music Now" society, since 2012 of the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben and since 2014 of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes. Raphael has performed many concerts and recitals with various chamber groups, including his Duo with the pianist Verena Metzger and as the cellist of the Goldmund Quartet. He has also given concerts together with international musicians such as Christoph Poppen, Franz Halasz, Peter Buck, Stefan Fehlandt and Arabella Steinbacher. Engagements have led him to various festivals e.g. Fränkische Musiktage, Festival in den Häusern der Stadt, Mozartfest Würzburg, International Music Festival Granada and Kronberg Academy Festival "Cello Plus". Concerts have been broadcasted by the SWR, NDR und BR. He has also played the electric cello with the cross-over group Einshoch6 and recorded soundtracks for the film composer Marius Ruhland. As a participant of the Tonali Grand Prix 2012, Raphael can be seen and heard in the movie "Ciao Cello". Concerts have taken him throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Canada and the USA. He has appeared as soloist with the Gautinger Symphony Orchestra, the Neue Philharmonie München, the Budweis Philharmonic Orchestra and the Southwest-German Chamber Orchestra Pforzheim among others. 2013 he founded the project "That's Music!", with which he brings classical music to young school students and shows them how to understand and enjoy the music.

Goldmund Quartett

Goldmund Quartett

The Goldmund String Quartet, consisting of Florian Schötz, Pinchas Adt, Christoph Vandory und Raphael Paratore was founded in 2009. The four young musicians got to know each other during their school time in the youth academy of the Music Conservatory in Munich. Inspired by the shared enthusiasm for chamber music they had the idea to form a string quartet. The young ensemble participates regularly at masterclasses e.g. with André J. Roy, Vogler Quartet, Dirk Mommertz, Friedemann Berger, Heime Müller, Miguel da Silva, Michael Tree, Valentin Erben, Eberhard Feltz and Alfred Brendel. Momentarily they work together with Prof. Hariolf Schlichtig at the Music Conservatory in Munich and with Prof. Gerhard Schulz (Alban Berg Quartet) at the Music Conservatory in Stuttgart. Since Fall 2014 they also study with Prof. Günter Pichler (Primarius of the Alban Berg Quartet) at the Instituto Internacional de Musica de Camara de Madrid. The Goldmund String Quartet gave their debut concert in the Prinzregententheater in Munich. Since then they regularly give concert throughout Germany and have performed e.g. at the "Fränkische Musiksommer Alzenau", in the concert series "Vier im roten Kreis" Eggebrechts string quartets, in the Gasteig Munich and at the Dance and Music Festival in Granada. Concerts have also taken them to France, Spain, Canada, the USA and China and brought them together with well-known artists such as Franz Halasz, Peter Buck, Arabella Steinbacher and Christoph Poppen. Concerts of the quartet have been broadcasted by the bavarian radio and television. As studio guests, they were also invited to the radio show "U21" of the BR. Since 2011 the Goldmund Quartet is a scholar recipient of Yehudi Menuhin "Live Music Now" and also received scholarships of the Theodor-Rogler foundation. In 2013 they were invited to the well-known string quartet academy "MISQA" in Montreal and in the same year the won the first prize of the Gasteig Competition in Munich. In 2014 they won the first prize at the International Schoenfeld Competition in Harbin, China. In the upcoming season the quartet will give concerts e.g. in France (Paris), Spain (Madrid) and Norway. They will also concertize together with the pianist Christopher Park.

Vandory, Cristoph

Vandory, Cristoph

Christoph Vandory was born in 1991 in Munich and started taking viola lessons at the age of ten with Julieta Craciunescu. In 2009 he studied with Prof. Martin-Albrecht Rhode as a pre-college student at the Musikhochschule in Munich. A year later he was accepted as a full-time student and since 2011 he has been a student of Prof. Hariolf Schlichtig. He took part in various masterclasses with Barbara Westphal, Andre Roy, Michael Tree, Stephan Fehlandt, Jean Sulem and Lars Anders Tomter. In April 2014 he attended the "International Musicians Seminar Prussia Cove". Besides his activity as the violist of the Goldmund Quartet, Christoph regularly gives concerts as a soloist and chamber musician. Concerts have brought him together with international artists such as Ingolf Turban, Christoph Poppen, Rebekka Hartmann, Arabella Steinbacher, Oliver Triendl and Boris Kucharsky. As a soloist he has played e.g. with the Philharmonic Orchestra Bad Reichenhall. In 2010 he performed the premiere of the concerto for viola and oboe by the german composer Kay Westermann. Concerts have taken him through Europe, as well as to Egypt, Oman, USA and Canada. Christoph was prize winner of the national competitions "Jugend musiziert" in Germany, where he also won the special award by Henle Edition. He has been a scholarship recipient from the Ingeborg Stachel foundation and since 2011, as a member of the Goldmund Quartet, he is scholarship recipient of the Yehudi Menuhin "Live Music Now" society.

Schötz, Florian

Schötz, Florian

Florian Schötz was born in 1991 in Munich and started taking violin lessons at the age of five. At the age of 14 he was accepted as a pre-college student in the class of Prof. Rudolf-Joachim Koeckert at the Musikhochschule in Munich. After his school graduation in 2010 he studied with Prof. Daniel Gaede at the Musikhochschule in Nuremberg. He took part in various masterclasses e.g. with Ulf Hoelscher, Heime Müller, Roman Nodel, Gerhard Schulz and Ingolf Turban. Since the season 2011/12 Florian often performs for productions of the state opera Nürnberg and the ensembleKONTRASTE Nürnberg. He was a prize winner of the national competitions "Jugend musiziert" in Germany, where he also won a special award from the Stadtsparkasse. He won additional prizes at the String Competition from the LIONS Club Nürnberg 2012 and at the "Kammermusik-Wettbewerb des Mozartverein 1829 e.V. Nürnberg 2014". Since 2010 he has been a scholarship recipient of the Yehudi Menuhin "Live Music Now" society. 2012 he received scholarships by the Köhler-Kast-Foundation and the Richard-Wagner-Stipendienstiftung. In 2013 he was also supported by the "Sparda-Bank Nürnberg" and the "Theodor-Rogler Foundation". As the Primarius of the Goldmund Quartet, Florian regularly gives concerts and has performed through Europe, USA, Canada and China. Concerts have also brought him together with international artists such as Arabella Steinbacher, Franz Halasz, Peter Buck and Christoph Poppen. Various concerts and radio shows have been broadcasted by the bavarian radio. Florian plays a violin of Hippolyte Silvestre, Lyon 1864, a loan from a private ownership.

Adt, Pinchas

Adt, Pinchas

Pinchas Adt was born in Stuttgart on the 4th of November 1991 into a musicians family. He started taking violin lessons at the age of five with Ulrike Abdank. 2008 he started studying with Prof. Ingolf Turban as a pre-college student at the Musikhochschule in Munich and after his school graduation in 2010 as a full-time student. In 2014 he was accepted at the Conservatory Karlsruhe under Prof. Albrecht-Laurent Breuninger, where he is studying since. He took part in various masterclasses e.g. with Ana Chumacenco, Natalia Prishepenko, Helmut Zehetmaier, Heime Müller, Günter Pichler, Gerhard Schulz and Eberhard Feltz. Pinchas was prize winner of the national competitions "Jugend musiziert" in Germany, where he also won a special award from the Stadtsparkasse. With the Goldmund Quartet he won the first prize at the Gasteig Competition in Munich. Besides his activity as the second violinist of the Goldmund Quartet, Pinchas regularly gives concerts as a soloist and chamber musician. For many years he has participated at the children concerts of the Munich Philharmonics under Heinrich Klug, where he often performed as a soloist. Other orchestras he performed with as a soloist were e.g. the Strak-Orchestra, Augsburg Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Isartal, the Philharmonic Orchestra Bad Reichenhall and the Soloist Ensemble of the Munich Conservatory among others. In chamber music concerts he has performed with international artists such as Arabella Steinbacher, Franz Halasz, Peter Buck and Ingolf Turban. Concerts have took him through Europe, USA and Canada. Various concerts and radio shows have been broadcasted by the bavarian radio. Since 2010 he has been a scholarship recipient of the Yehudi Menuhin "Live Music Now" society and received scholarships by the Theodor-Rogler foundation. Pinchas plays a violin of Heike Cockill from 2008.

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