Trío Mozart de Deloitte (15-16)
The Deloitte Mozart Trio was created at the Reina Sofía School of Music in 2002. It is currently teached by Márta Gulyás, Professor of the Groups with Piano Department of the Madrid International Chamber Music Institute. Its members are all students of the School in their corresponding instrument departments.
The group members have received in previous chamber music experiences the Mention to Most Outstanding Chamber Ensemble of the Groups with Piano Department from Her Majesty Queen Sofía. In 2009 they received the First Prize of the Ciudad de Manresa Competition and of the Juventudes Musicales de Bilbao Permanent Competition, in the category of Chamber Ensembles.
Since its creation, the Group has participated in chamber music master lessons with Peter Frankl, Ralf Góthoni and Bruno Canino. In collaboration with its sponsor, they have performed at concerts organized by Deloitte in places such as the Madrid Stock Exchange. Likewise, in collaboration with many other institutions, they have performed at Caixa Forum Barcelona, Church of San Juan de Deiá in Palma de Mallorca, El Greco Museum in Toledo, Auditorium of Carlos de Amberes Foundation in Madrid, Marcelino Botín Foundation, Juan March Foundation (within the concert cycle "Mediodía"), at the "Solistas del Siglo XXI" cycle within the Classical Radio Concerts (at the Auditorium of the Official Doctors Association of Madrid), the Da Camera cycle at the Sony Auditorium, AIE cycle "Clásicos en Ruta" (at the Lázaro Galdiano Foundation and at the University of Alcalá de Henares), the San Juan Bautista Cultural Center of Madrid and the Teatros del Canal (within the Chopin-Íssimo cycle), amongst others.
The ensemble is regularly invited by Instituto Cervantes to perform in Tunisia, where they have played in stages such as the Centre of Arab and Mediterranean Music or at the International Symphony Music Festival of Jem. Additionally, in 2011 they played at the Royal Auditorium of Amman, Jordan.
Mohamed Hiber, violín
Paris (France), 1995. He began playing the violin at the Conservatory of Pantin, France, and continued his studies at the Regional Conservatory of Paris with Professor Bertrand Cervera. In 2012 he was admitted at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, where he received musical training from Svetlin Roussev. Since 2013 he has studied at the Reina Sofía School of Music in the Violin Department with Professor Ana Chumachenco. He enjoys a tuition scholarship from Havas Media and Albéniz Foundation.
Laura Szabo, violonchelo
Baja (Hungary), 1993. She began her training in cello at age six in the Ferenc Liszt Music School. She completed her elementary studies in Vaskut and continued her training at the School of Music Laszlo Lukin. Later, she continued her cello lessons at Kecskemet since fifth grade at the Zoltan Kodaly School of Music, where she was also second grader with Professor Martha Agocs. Since the 2010-2011 academic year she is a student at the Reina Sofía School of Music in the Cello Department with Head Professor Natalia Shakhovskaya, first, and then with Ivan Monighetti since 2014. She enjoys a CEIM and Fundación Albéniz tuition scholarship and a Fundación Albéniz accommodation scholarship.
Martín García García, piano
Gijón (Spain), 1996. He started his piano studies at the age of five under professors Natalia Mazoun and Ilya Goldfarb Ioffe. He has received master lessons by Naum Grubert and Dmitri Alexeev. Since the 2011-2012 a