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Guarneri Trio Praga

The  Guarneri Trio de Praga , is one of the most recognized piano trios in the world of classical music with an impeccable career. Founded by I van Klanský, Čeněk Pavlík  Y  Marek Jerie , already early in his career attracted the attention of the international press with his artistically spectacular performances.

Saturday june 26, 9:00 PM

  • Elegía op. 23
    Josef Suk

 

  • Piano Trio in G minor, Op.15
    Bĕdrich Smetana

    I. Moderato assai
    II. Allegro, ma non agitato
    III. Finale. Presto

Piano Trio, Op. 90 Dumky

  • Antonín Dvořák

    I. Lento maestoso
    II. Poco adagio
    III. Andante
    IV. Andante moderato
    V. Allegro
    VI. Lento maestoso

Milan Al-Ashhab & Adam Skoumal

Milan Al-Ashhab, violin.
 

The virtuous  Czech violinist Milan Al-Ashhab impresses audiences with his musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity. Milan performed a sold-out critically acclaimed concert-recital at the Rudolfinum - Dvorak Hall in Prague during the famous 74th International Spring Music Festival in Prague (Czech Republic) in May 2019. In addition, in 2019, Milan made its Berlin Philharmonic Concert Season debut at the Chamber Music Hall with acclaimed Czech pianist and composer Adam Skoumal, performing works by Nathan Milstein, Claude Debussy, Franz Schubert, Maurice Ravel, Adam Skoumal, Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Ernest Bloch and Franz Waxman.
 

Adam Skoumal, piano.

 

Adam Skoumal is known to audiences in Europe, the United States, and Japan as one of the most prominent Czech pianists and composers. He has performed as a soloist with the main Czech and Slovak orchestras (for example, under the direction of Petr Altrichter, Serge Baudo, Lukasz Borowitz, Jiří Kout, Leoš Svárovský, Jakub Hrůša, Stanislav Vavřínek, Petr Vronský, Sebastian Weiser) and a good number of European orchestras, such as the Bamberger Symphoniker conducted by Jonathan Nott. In recent years, he has performed in the concert cycle organized by the Czech Philharmonic, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Prague Chamber Philharmonic, Pilsen Philharmonic, Carlsbad Symphony Orchestra and at festivals such as Prague Spring, Prague Autumn, Janacek May Ostrava, Lípa Música, Concentus Moraviae and Autumn of Moravia. He regularly travels abroad with the National Theater Orchestra of the Czech Republic.

Monday june 28, 9:00 pm

  • Sonata en mi menor, No.21, K 304 para violín y piano
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


    I. Allegro
    II. Tempo di menuetto

     

  • Sonata en do  menor, No.7, Op. 30 para violín y piano
    Ludwig van Beethoven


    I. Allegro con brio
    II. Adagio cantabile
    III. Scherzo.Allegro - Trio
    IV. Finale.Allegro

     

  • Variaciones sobre una melodía gitana, para violín y piano
    Adam Skoumal

  • Kaddish
    Maurice Ravel

     

  • Sonata No.2, en Sol para  violín y piano
    Maurice Ravel


    I. Allegretto
    II. Blues
    III. Perpetuo mobile

     

  • Fantasía sobre Carmen
    Franz Waxman

Ardemus Quartet

Finalist for the prestigious Dutch Classical Talent Award 2017/2018 , the Ardemus Quartet was forged from its ardent passion for chamber music (Ardemus lat .: ardemos). The four young international musicians blend seamlessly with each other to create a refreshing musical experience.  They have collaborated with stage directors such as Annechien Koerselman and Margrith Vrenegoor, with pianists Boris Kusnezow and Mario Häring, the Cantus Ensemble and composers Tijmen van Tol, Davorin Kempf, Sanda Majurec and Donald Yu.

The Ardemus Quartet is a D'Addario Woodwinds artist.
 

Lisa Wyss - soprano saxophone

Lovro Merčep - alto saxophone

Jenita Veurink - tenor saxophone

Deborah Witteveen - baritone saxophone

Wednesday june 30, 9:00 pm

  • Suite Nr. 1 en Do M, BWV 1066
    Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Saša Nestorović)

    Obertura

     

  • Le tombeau de Couperin
    Maurice Ravel (arr. Lovro Merčep)


    Prelude
    Menuet
    Rigaudon

     

  • Seis danzas sobre rítmos Búlgaros
    Béla Bartók (arr. Lovro Merčep)

     

  • Antigüas danzas Húngaras
    Ferenc Farkas

     
    Intrada / Lassù / La Pockás Tánc / Ugrós

  • Cidades
    Guillermo Lago


    Córdoba
    Sarajevo
    Addis Abeba

     

  • Milonga del Angel
    Astor Piazzolla (arr. Johan van der Linden)

     

  • Danza Española de La vida breve 
    Manuel de Falla – (arr. Juanpe Luna)

Uxía Senlle

Uxía , 'the voice of the Atlantic', is considered one of the greatest ambassadors of Galician music and poetry. In his more than 30 years of artistic career, he renewed traditional Galician music, connecting it with Atlantic cultures, combining traditional alalas with morna, fado or Brazilian rhythms. Some of the most recurrent themes that she explores in her works are the search for a space for the voice of women, dialogue between cultures, contemporary Galician and Portuguese poetry and the defense of linguistic identity.

 

He created his repertoire through continuous trips and exchanges with musicians from Brazil, Portugal, Cape Verde or Guinea-Bissau, such as Dulce Pontes, António Zambujo, Sara Tavares or Tito Paris and in Spain with artists such as Kepa Junkera, Pedro Guerra, Rozalén, Santiago Auserón, Martirio, Javier Ruibal or Sílvia Pérez Cruz. He published 13 albums, for which he has received important awards, including the "Premio da Cultura Gallega 2017" or the  "Premio MIN da Música Independiente 2018" to the Best Album in Galician by UXIA-O. Among other projects, she is the artistic director and alma mater of the International Festival of Lusofonía Cantos na maré or of the inclusive musical project María Fumaça.

Friday july 2, 9:00 pm

  • Uxía Senlle en compañía de Sergio Tannus a la guitarra [ Ás 9 na Praia ]
     

Judith  Jáuregui

Applauded as an artist of expressive refinement, luminous pulsation and great personality, Judith Jáuregui is one of the most captivating pianists of the moment. In the words of the German magazine Piano News, 'it is not only the impeccability of her playing that counts, but the impression of listening to a pianist who truly has something to say'. 

Born in San Sebastián, she has been linked to various cultures since her childhood: from a Basque mother and a Mexican father by birth and French by adoption, Judith began in music in her hometown and later finished her studies in Munich, Germany, under the tutelage of Russian master Vadim Suchanov.

Friday july 2, 9:00 pm

  • Arabeske, op. 18
    Robert Schumann

     

  • Klavierstücke op. 118
    Johannes Brahms

Estampes

  • Claude Debussy

    Pagodes
    La soirée dans Grenade
    Jardins sous la pluie

     

  • Andante Spianato et Grande Polonaise Brillante, op. 22
    Frédérik Chopin

Epoque Quartet

The Prague String Quartet Epoque Quartet was founded in early 1999. Four outstanding soloists and chamber musicians with abundant stage experience came together, not only because of their unanimous musical views and natural artistic relationship, but also because of their extraordinary interest in the musical genres that do not belong to "classical music": jazz, rock and funk.

Members

David Pokorný (1985) - violin

Vladimír Klánský (1977) - violin

Vladimír Kroupa (1973) - viola

Vít Petrášek - (1978) - cello

Sunday july 4, 9:00 pm

  • Manhattan Island
    Mateusz Smocyznski

     

  • Birth
    Jan Kučera

     

  • Minor Swing
    Django Reinhardt

     

  • Senor Mouse
    Chick Corea

     

  • Ave Maria
    Astor Piazzolla

  • Le Grand Blond avec une Chaussure Noire
    Vladimir Cosma

     

  • Douce Ambiance
    Django Reinhardt

     

  • Adios Nonino & Libertango
    Astor Piazzolla

     

  • Jaco
    Pat Metheny 

Concierto final Masterclasses

With the participation of the Piano Trios of the participating centers:  ESMUC, COSCYL, ESMRS, CSMV, MUSIKENE

Friday july 2, 12:00 pm

  • Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo, CSMV
    Director: Esteban Valverde Corrales

    Participantes: TRÍO ENTELEQUIA
    Marta Diéguez Varela, clarinete
    Aldara Otero Fernández, violín
    Antonio González Urís, piano

     

  • Conservatorio Superior de Castilla y León, COSCYL en Salamanca
    Directora: María José García López

    Participantes: TRÍO PERPETUO
    Marta Tur de Carlos, violín
    Laura Silva Huerta, violonchelo
    Carmen Larios Caparrós, piano

     

  • Centro de Estudios Superiores de Música del País Vasco MUSIKENE en San Sebastián
    Directora académica: Miren Iñarga Etxeberría

    Participantes: TRÍO ISLAND
    Jesús Perogil Ostos, violín
    Pablo Ruiz Arranz, violonchelo
    Izaro Yáñez Sorondo, piano

  • Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña, ESMUC en Barcelona
    Directora General: Núria Sempere Comas

    Participantes:
    Jordi Prim Roma, violín
    Quim Tejedor Arruga, violonchelo
    Emma Stratton Pedret, piano

     

  • Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, ESMRS en Madrid
    Director Artístico: Juan A. Mendoza

    Participantes: TRÍO ARRIAGA DE BANCO DE ESPAÑA
    Sara Valencia Villeta, violín
    Alejandro Gómez Pareja, violonchelo
    Manuel Alonso-Bartol Sánchez, piano