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Wednesday, 28 September 2011 21:36

TRAXLER, Christoph

Since his debut in the Musikverein Vienna in 2008 he has been invited to perform there regularly in chamber music concerts and festivals. His chamber music partners include renowned musicians such as Ernst Ottensamer, Wolfgang Schulz, Hansjörg Schellenberger, Franz Bartolomey, Volkhard Steude, Heinz Zednik, Bo Skovhus, Angelika Kirchschlager, as well as the chamber music formations “The Philharmonics” and the “Baole-Quintet”.
Published in Piano
Thursday, 19 August 2010 11:40

KERHELLO, Anne-Julie

The soprano Anne-Julie Kerhello initially trained as a pianist before turning definitively to lyrical song. She studied with Maestra Evgenya Anvelt (Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi of Milan in Italy), then in France, with Elisabeth VIdal and the mezzo soprano Sylvie Sullé. The soprano met Lucia Di Carlo who helped her to place her spoken voice and woke in her a passion for the scenic arts.
Published in Soprano
Saturday, 24 July 2010 19:51

BONNIN DE GONGORA, Josue

Josué Bonnín de Góngora was born in Madrid in 1970. At the age of eight he received his first piano lessons from his father. Soon after that, he starts writing his first compositions, like the "Waltz in C minor", a piece where his characteristic expressiveness can already be perceived, and two groups of works that he finishes during the next years: the "Poems" and the "Tales of Solitude".
Published in Composer
Tuesday, 20 July 2010 21:19

NIEMCZUK, Grzegorz

Grzegorz Niemczuk – concert pianist – winner of the 40th National Frederick Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw in 2010 - graduated with the highest distinction from the Karol Szymanowski Music Academy in Katowice in the class of Jozef Stompel (with whom he has been working since 2001).
Published in Piano
Monday, 19 July 2010 07:29

PAZ, Gabriel

Argentinean pianist, born in Buenos Aires. He began his musical studies at a very early age with Mercedes Taltabull.

In December 1997, Gabriel Paz obtained his master degree with honours, at the Conservatorio Nacional Superior de Musica ”Carlos López Buchardo”, in Buenos Aires, under the guidance of Mercedes Pomilio. Since 1995, he also studied with the noticeable pianist and Russian pedagogue Vera Anosova.
Published in Piano
Friday, 16 July 2010 15:37

TANIYAMA, Sachika

Sachika Taniyama began her musical studies at the age of five in Japan. Since she moved to the UK in 1997, she has studied with Carolyn Tailby, Guy Johnson from Royal Academy of Music, and Robert Markham from Birmingham Conservatoire and she has won many prizes in competitions and music festivals in the Midlands. In 2003, she made her concerto debut by performing Schumann’s Piano Concerto with the Sutton Coldfield Orchestra. In the same year, She continued her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the guidance of pianist, Charles Owen.
Published in Piano
Monday, 12 July 2010 10:01

MURRAY, Janet

Janet Murray is a lifetime musician, educated in music from age 6 through college. As a young music student, she performed regularly, playing recitals in the United States: in California, Washington, New Mexico, Texas, Mississippi, and Virginia. She has sudied at Loretta Academy in El Paso, Texas. Mt. St. Mary's College in Los Angeles, California, and at the Sessione de Musica del Arts in Siena, Italy;
Published in Piano
Friday, 05 February 2010 16:30

BETANCOURT, Leopoldo

Acclaimed Venezuelan pianist Leopoldo Betancourt. His concert career has developed impressively with resounding successes in major cities in America and Europe, where he has soloed with numerous orchestras conducted by Massimo Paris, Eduardo Marturet, Jonathan Strasser, Roger Rossel, Carlos Piantini, Pablo Castellanos, Eduardo Rahn, Alfredo Rugeles, and many others.
Published in Piano
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 12:17

COSTIN, Alexandra

"A certitude of her generation", boasting "an unerring and complete technique", endowed with "a special musical sensitivity and intuition"; "firmness, balance, accuracy, a special sense of the sonorous colour" - these are some of the critical remarks made on the occasion of the concerts given by the young pianist Alexandra Costin.
Published in Piano
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 01:35

MARTINEZ, Jose-Daniel

Jose Daniel MartinezJosé-Daniel Martínez was born in Washington DC. Between 1991 and 2004 he worked at the Mozarteum International Summer Academy in Salzburg and is presently piano professor for the Landesmusikschulwerk Oberösterreich, based in Linz, Austria. He also worked as Chamber Music /Accompanying coach at the Mozarteum University. At the Summer Academy he offered his own course titled: Coaching and Accompanying: for Pianists.
Published in Piano
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