Maxim Michaluk

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”

Programme 2016

18. July 2016 | 20:00 | Main Hall of the Waldstein Palace


W. A. Mozart: Rondo for Violin and orchestra in C major, KV 373

Marketa Frankova – violin

Concertone for two violins and orchestra in C major, KV 190

Alejandro Drago – violin, Oleg Fedchuk – violin

Concerto for piano and orchestra No.9 in E – flat major, K.271

Vsevolod Dvorkin – piano

Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola in E flat major, KV 320d

Roman Fedchuk – violin, Oleg Fedchuk – viola

Orchestra: Prague Festival Orchestra

Conductor: Gaetano d’ Espinosa

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