STRAVINSKY, Igor

Suite from 'Histoire du soldat' for violin, clarinet and piano

28-April-2011 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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Carvalho, Ana María

Carvalho, Ana María

She was born in Lisbon (Portugal) in 1984. In 2008 completed the postgraduate of bass clarinet in the School of Music of Cataluña with Professor Harry Spamaay. Since the 2008-2009 academic year is a student at the School of Music Reina Sofía in Chair of Clarinet with Head Professor Michel Arrignon. Enjoys a Tuition Scholarship Albéniz Foundation, Carolina Foundation and a Residence Scholarship of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Carolina Foundation. She has received master classes from teachers as Antonio Salguero, Enric Lluna, Yehuda Gilad, Nuno Silva, Karl Leister, Hermann Stefansson, Paul Meyer, Ulf Rondenhäuser, Félix Renggli and Ferenc Rados. In 2010 she has won the First Prize at the "José Alegría" Competition in Portugal and, with the Portuguese Symphonic Band, won the First Prize at the Second International Competition of Music Bands of Vila de La Sénia of Cataluña. She has collaborated with the Metropolitan Orchestra of Lisbon, the International Youth Orchestra Zoltan Kodaly of Hungary and the Chamber of Évora (Portugal), among others. In 2006 she was a soloist of the Academic Orchestra of Lisbon, with which she played the "Première Rapsodie" by Debussy, under the direction of Jean Marc Burfin. The solo experience was repeated in 2007 with the "Concertino" by Weber. Also, in 2010 took part in the Euro Asia Chamber Music Festival in Seoul. Since the 2009-2010 academic year is a part of the Sony Chamber Orchestra of the Reina Sofía School, under the direction of Peter Eötvös. Similarly, since 2010-2011 academic year, is a member of the Isis Trio of the International Institute of Chamber Music under the tutelage of professor of groups with piano, Ralf Gothoni, and the group of wind Music in Harmony with Professor Hansjörg Schellenberger.

König, Andreas

König, Andreas

Suzuki, Aine

Suzuki, Aine

She was born in Tokyo (Japan) in 1984. She studied from 2006 to 2008 a Masters Program in Performance at the Royal College of Music in London with Adrian Levine and Jonathan Barritt. From the academic year 2008-2009 is a student of the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid in the Department of Groups with Piano led by Professor Ralf Gothoni. In addition, from 2009-2010, is a student at the School of Music Reina Sofía in Viola Chair BBVA Foundation with Professor Diemut Poppen. Enjoys a Tuition Scholarship of the Albéniz Foundation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (MAEC-AECID) and Residence Scholarship of the MAEC-AECID. She has participated in master classes of viola with Gerard Caussé and chamber music with Felix Renggli and Menahem Pressler. In 2009 she participated with the Tésera Duo in the Encounter of Music and Academy of Santander. In 2007 she won the Joan Weller Prize at the Royal College of Music in London and Lucy Ann Jones Award. In 2006 she received the First Prize and Special Prize at the International Music Competition Weiner Leo, in Hungary, and the Special and Jury Prize at the Classical Music Competition of Japan. She was first viola at the Pacific Music Festival in 2007, and the London-Irish Symphony Orchestra. As a student of the School, is part of Sony Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Peter Eötvös and Gilbert Varga and the Camerata of the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid, directed by Wolfram Christ. Currently, she's part of Mendelssohn of BP Group, trained at the School under the guidance of professors Márta Gulyás and Heime Müller. She was also member of the Concordiae and Cervantes groups, and now plays with the Koechel Group and Global Trio, both of the Institute's Department of Groups with Piano, with Professor Ralf Gothóni.

Grupo Koechel

Grupo Koechel

The Koechel Group was formed at the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid during the 2009—2010 academic year, under the tutorship of Professor Ralf Gothoni, Head of the Groups with Piano Department. The Group made its public debut on November 24th, 2009 at the Sony Auditorium within the Da Camera series. During 2010 the Koechel Group participated again on two occasions in the referenced cycle.

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