Iakov Zats career followed the typical path for a musician coming from the Russian school. He frequented the prestigious institute for child-prodigies into the renowned Moscow Conservatoire, where he graduated, and so beginning immediately a demanding career that brought him to perform in his home land and abroad. In 1992 he was appointed artistic director of the well known chamber music ensemble “New Chamber Orchestra of Moscow”. Continue reading “Iakov Zats”
Ramutė Kalnėnaitė studied cello with Romanas Armonas at the National M.K. Čiurlionis School of Art. In her school years she won the first international and several national competitions. 1975-1980 she studied in Moscow State Conservatory. There she qualified as a performer, pedagogue, chamber musician, and concerto-soloist. 1980-1982 she furthered her cello studies in Moscow State Conservatory. She spent all seven years in Moscow studying with prof. Stefan Kaljanov. Continue reading “Ramute Kalnenaite”
From the age of 5 years, Maxime Michaluk expressed his desire to play the violin. At 6, he began learning the instrument, conservatory of Namur with Madame Cécile Delvingt. In 2007, in his 13th year, he was admitted to the GPEI in Namur, in the violin class of Mr Igor Tkatchouk in the “Young Talents” section. In June 2012, it completed its 5 years of violin, with the first movement of the Concerto No. 1 by Paganini for which he won the highest award. Continue reading “Maxim Michaluk”
Michele D’Ascenzo obtained his Graduate Diploma with top marks and full honors at the “A. Casella” Conservatory in L’Aquila (Italy), where he studied with Elena Matteucci and where he studied also composition under Alessandro Cusatelli. He took part in several masterclasses held by Vincenzo Balzani, Grigory Gruzman, Pierre Réach, Lya de Barberiis, etc. He currently studies with Vsevolod Dvorkin and he regularly attends the lessons of Natalia Trull in Italy. Continue reading “Michele D’Ascenzo”
Gaetano d’ Espinosa
“… one of the greatest conductors I have ever met!” – Fabio Luisi on Gaetano d’Espinosa.
Born in Palermo in 1978, Gaetano d’Espinosa studied piano, violin and composition in his hometown with Mihal Spinei and Turi Belfiore, and later with Salvatore Accardo in Milan. Continue reading “Gaetano d’ Espinosa”
The West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Marianske Lazne
The West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Marianske Lazne is the oldest orchestra in the Czech lands. Its origin dates back to 1821, when the abbot of the monastery Tepl K. K. Reitenberger issued an official approval for music in the spa. The orchestra’s first conductor was Joseph Schurwonn. The originally small spa-band soon grew to a medium sized orchestra, increasingly focusing on the Promenade and Symphony Concerts.
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Evalds started to play piano when he was 7 years old. Studied in Daugavpils Music school with Elina Bambane. After in Emils Darzins Music school (Riga) with Lelde Paula. ow he is studing in Jazeps Vitols Latvian academy of music with Juris Zvikovs. Evalds is participated in many festivals and masterclasses as a soloist and chamber musician in Latvia, Estonija, Lithuania, Spain, Italy, France, Sweden, Czhech Republic and U. S. A. He won Knuts Lesins award for young musicians in Sigulda international masterclasses (3 solo concerts in U. S. A. ). Continue reading “Evald Lazarevic”