BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Symphony no. 2 in D major op 36 (arrangement for piano, violin and cello)

13-July-2013

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Nebolsin, Eldar

Nebolsin, Eldar

Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistán in 1974. He began his piano studies at the age of five with Natalia Wasinkina. At the age of twelve won the 'Young Russian Pianists' competition, held in Tiflis, and the 'Praga Radio Concertino' at age fourteen. Studied at the la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid with professor Dimitri Bashkirov. His professional career started after his triumph at the XI 'Santander International Piano Competition' in 1992, and has led him to perform with the best Spanish and international orchestras, such as New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Berliner Symphoniker, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln Radio, Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, Orchestre de Paris, Santa Cecilia di Roma, Gulbenkian in Lisbon and Vienna Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Nebolsin has appeared in recitals in Zurich's Tonhalle, the Kennedy Center in Washington, the Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto, Carnegie Hall in Nueva York – where he premiered the works of composer Octavio Vázquez -, Herkuless Saal in Munich, Théâtre Chatelet de París, Musikhalle in Hamburg, etc. He currently teaches Chamber Music at the Instituto Internacional de Música de Cámara de Madrid. He has performed as a soloist with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Estonia Philharmonic conducted by Dimitri Alexev, Orquesta de la Radio Televisión Española, Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Kammerorchester Berlin, Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt/Oder and Dresdner Kammerphilharmonie. In the year 2005, he was awarded First Prize and Best performance with orchestra Prize at the International Piano Competition 'SVIATOSLAV RICHTER' in Moscow. Among his recordings, particularly remarkable are a CD for DECCA with Chopin and Liszt solo piano works, and another of Choopin's piano and orchestra works recorded with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester under Vladimir Ashkenazy. Recital appearances have taken him to the main cities in Russia (Moscow, Kiev and Samara), a tour with the Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla and concerts with Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Maestro Yuri Temirkanov. Besides his activity as a soloist, Mr. Nebolsin performs chamber music alongside musicians Julian Rachlin, Alexey Ougrinchouk, Jan-Eric Gustafsohn, Erato Quartett and Latica Honda-Rosenberg, with whom he has recorded two Prokofiev sonatas for the Artenova label.

Alabau Fernández, Óscar

Alabau Fernández, Óscar

In 2004 he entered the Conservatorio Superior de Música del Liceu, where he studied with Amparo Lacruz. Since then he has been distinguished at the First "Ciutat de Sant Cugat" Young Performers Competition, "Cambra de Barcelona", "L'Arjau" in Barcelona, as well as at the "Injuve" Music Competition. Studied at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and, at present, is studying towards his Master in Music and Interpretation. During his studies in London he was distinguished with the Wolfson Award, Pau Casals Prize and was granted a Scholarship from the Catalonian Generalitat. Oscar Alabau has toured with the Camerata XXI Symphony.

Stankowsky, Eszter

Stankowsky, Eszter

Szombathely (Hungary), 1985. After studying with Zsolt Kalló, in 2003, she became a student at Ferenc Liszt University, with Professor Vilmos Szabadi. She is currently studying in the Violin Chair at Reina Sofía Schoof of Music, with Professor Marco Rizzi. She has attended Master Classes by Marta Gulyás, Geza Hargitai, Bela Bánfalvi, Károly Botvay and Suador Devich. Eszter Stankowsky has played with the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Danube Symphony Orchestra and the Ferenc Liszt University Orchestra. Member of the Asisa Óscar Esplá Chamber Group and of the Sony Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Peter Eötvös.

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