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Tuesday, 09 February 2010 19:15

SADLO, Peter

The press names Peter Sadlo “talent of the century”.

A hit with the public and critics alike, Peter Sadlo’s extraordinary musical intuition and virtuosity have made him an internationally sought after artist.
Published in Percussion
Friday, 05 February 2010 21:25

SIETZEN, Christoph

Born in Salzburg in 1992, he now studies marimba (Bogdan Bacanu) and percussion at the Anton Bruckner Private University.

Other instructors were Martin Grubinger and Leonhard Schmidinger on percussion instruments.
Published in Marimba
Friday, 05 February 2010 21:19

PETROV, Vladimir

Vladimir Petrov is percussionist in the famous Bruckner Orchestra in Linz / Austria. He was born in Pleven / Bulgaria in 1986 and began studying percussion at the age of nine with Simeon Serafimov. He has performed with many orchestras such as the Opera-Philharmonic Society Ruse, Pleven Philharmonic Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra Wien, Bruckner Orchestra Linz and was solo timpanist of the Junior Philharmonic Orchestra “Emil Chakarov”.
Published in Marimba
Friday, 05 February 2010 21:16

UCHIYAMA, Emiko

Emiko Uchiyama was born in Okayama / Japan in 1983. Emiko Uchiyama began her musical studies at the age of three receiving tuition on marimba and piano.

From a very early age she appeared as a soloist with many orchestras including the Tonkünstler-Orchestra Lower Austria, Osaka Philharmonic, Hong-Kong Philharmonic, New Japan Philharmonic, Metropolitan Police, the Sapporo Symphony and the Okayama Symphony orchestras.
Published in Marimba
Monday, 25 January 2010 12:58

BACANU, Bogdan

He has been professor of marimba at the famous Anton Bruckner Private University in Linz (Austria) starting when he was 23 and is thus the youngest professor of his kind, world-wide. He was given piano instruction at the age of five in Bucharest, his birthplace, and was already a percussionist with the George Enescu Bucharest Philharmonic at age 13. Bogdan Bácanu studied marimba at the Mozarteum University in his present hometown with his great mentor, Professor Peter Sadlo.
Published in Marimba


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