Musica Sanvitese

 San Vito di Cadore (Provincia Belluno) - Dolomiti - Italia

   Tomasz Tomaszewski
   Professor at the Universität der Künste in Berlin

   Violin Masterclass
   06-13.07.2019
Since 1982 concertmaster of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Tomaszewski is considered one of the best Polish violinists of his generation. Born in Czechowice, after studying at the Academy of Music in Warsaw with Prof. Wroński, he completed his education in St. Petersburg with Prof. Gutnikov and in Freiburg with Prof. Marschner and attended master courses under the supervision of Druzhnin, Krysa, Fournier, Liebermann, Hiller and Szerny. The winner of numerous awards at the most prestigious international competitions (ARD, Jeunesse Musicales Colmar). With the Polish String Quartet he went on extensive concert tours across Europe and Australia . As a soloist of the Polish Chamber Orchestra he also gave concerts in many different countries. He performs concerts worldwide as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestra conductor. He is founder and artistic director of Kammersolisten der Deutschen Oper Berlin and Polish String Quartet Deutsche Oper Berlin. He is also President of the International Beethoven Gesellschaft. His extensive experience as a teacher and musician makes him the leader of master classes in Germany, Poland, Belgium, Spain, Japan, Korea and Italy.

   Leszek Brodowski
   member of the European Chamber Music Teachers Association

   Viola & Chamber Music Masterclasses
   06-13.07.2019
Concert violist, teacher, conductor and concert organizer, Brodowski lives beetwen Italy and Poland. He graduated with honors from the Academy of Music in Warsaw as a student (and later assistant) of Prof. Kamasa. He played in the major orchestras of his country: Great Opera House, National Philharmonic, Chamber Opera of Warsaw, Wratislavia Chamber Orchestra, Polish Chamber Philharmonic in Gdansk and, most importantly, the Polish Chamber Orchestra. Also in Italy at the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples and in South Africa at the Nico Center in Cape Town. He performed in prestigious concerts through out Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, India, Thailand, South Africa, with great musicians such as Lutoslawski, Penderecki, Zimerman, Benedetti-Michelangeli, Gulda, Berman, Swann, Mehner, Szeryng, Menuhin, Kremer, Grimiaux, Accardo, Ughi, Meneses, Clerici, Carr, Nicolet, etc. In recent years he has collaborated with the Dino Ciani Festival in Cortina d'Ampezzo, taught at the music master classes, and played many major recitals in Italy and Poland. He is the author of about 40 pieces transcribed for viola like Beethoven, Chopin, Szymanowski, Rachmaninov, Grieg, Schubert, Mozart sonatas and other.

   Catalin Ilea
   Professor at the Universität der Künste in Berlin

   Cello Masterclass
   06-13.07.2019
Ilea Catalin studied – among others – with Dimitrie Dinicu, Enrico Mainardi and Pierre Fournier. His career as a soloist started with four first prizes in international competitions, that led to frequent cooperations with orchestras such as Staatskapelle and Deutsches Symphonieorchester Berlin, Tonkünstler Vienna, the NDR Hannover, LA Philharmonics, the Bucharest Philharmonics and the Romanian Broadcasting Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande etc. Catalin Ilea is a regular guest in the main concert halls in Europe, North America and Asia and appears in festivals such as Bruckner Linz, Flandern-Festival, Warsaw Autumn, Cologne Music Days, Messiaen Avignon, the UNO-Special Concerts New York, Israel Music Summer, Shanghai Broadcasting Festival. He has recorded over 40 records and CDs (among others for Electrecord, EMI, EMS, Olympia, OWM) displaying a vast variety of works like the cello concertos by Haydn, Schumann, Offenbach, d’Albert, Enescu, Vieru, Berger and the suites and sonatas by Bach, Brahms and Enescu. He is a founding member of the ensemble Musica Nova, has been for a long number of years a member of the Trio Bucharest and the Sharon Quartet and maintains a very active chamber music schedule. His accomplishments have been rewarded with eight critics’, public and official awards. He has been a professor for cello at Berlin’s prestigious University of the Arts since 1994 as well as a member in various juries of international competitions such as Casals (Spain) or Brahms (Austria); he is offering master classes on regular basis in Germany, Belgium, Italy, Poland, South Korea. Graduates of his class follow prestigious soloist careers, teach themselves at various universities or perform as members of internationally acclaimed orchestras like the Berlin, Munich and Vienna Philharmonics.

   Jakub Tchorzewski
   member of the European Chamber Music Teachers Association

   Piano & Chamber Music Masterclasses
   06-13.07.2019

   www.piano.info.pl
Jakub Tchorzewski is a Polish pianist specialized in chamber music repertory. He has performed across Europe, the United States, Japan and Brazil. His concerts have been recorded and broadcasted by Czech, Slovakian, Swiss, Italian and Polish national radios. He took part in important music festivals like Biennale Musica in Venice, Serate Musicali in Milan, Bologna Festival and Nuova Consonanza in Rome. Recently he performed at Quirinale Palace in Rome, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Filodrammatici in Milan, Pollini Auditorium in Padova, Accademia dei Concordi in Rovigo, Philharmonic Halls of Warsaw, Lviv and Bucarest as well as during Festivals Warsaw Autumn, Poznań Musical Spring and Musical Autumn of Cluj-Napoca. He has recorded nine CDs released by Acte Préalable, Dux, Musiques Suisses, Tactus, Vermeer and Warner/Polskie Nagrania labels. Jakub’s special interest in forgotten or rarely performed repertory led him to record World Premieres by Sándor Veress, Gino Gorini, René de Boisdeffre and Roman Palester. Jakub worked as a collaborative pianist at Latina, Udine and Venice Conservatories.
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