9. 5. 2020 ob 17.30 uri, KLAVIRSKI RECITAL Veronike Voloshyna

9. 5. 2020 ob 17.30 uri


Veronike Voloshyna (Ukrajina-Nemčija)

V dvorani Glasbene šole Radovljica







1995 born in Alchevsk, Ukraine; 2000 – 2006 State music school Alchevsk (class of Nina Machinja); 2006 – 2012 Lysenko special music school Kiev (Classes of Iryna Barinova Moreva, Alexandra Martsinchik, Sergey Riabov); 2012 – 2018 National P. Tschaikowski Academy of Music Ukraine (class of Prof. Gennadiy Demianchuk, Cembalo – Prof. Olga Shadrina- Lychak); 2018 – now, Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar (Class of Prof. Grigory Gruzman)


2004, 6th International Piano Competition for young pianists in memory of Vladimir Horowitz / Group «Horowitz-Debut» / Nomination D Advanced, Kiev, Ukraine (5th prize)

2009, Tbilisi International Young Pianists Competition, Georgia (2nd prize)

2011, 6th International Competition for Young Pianists in S. Pro- kofiev’s native land, Donetsk, Ukraine (3rd prize)

2019, 1st Radovljica International Piano Competition, Slovenia (2nd prize)

Veronika presented herself at various master classes by well-known lecturers such as Tim Owens, Philipp Guziano, Elzbieta Stefanska and Jean Rondo. During her studies in Kiev, she performed with the Kiev Symphony and Pop’s Orchestra. Since then she has given concerts as a soloist in Ukraine, Italy, Serbia, Georgia, Po- land, Portugal. In 2020 she has got a scholarship of the International Music Acade- my Lichtenstein (Prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan).

1. 5. 2020 ob 20.00 uri, KLAVIRSKI RECITAL Antonie Muller

1. 5. 2020 ob 20.00 uri


Antonie Muller (Nemčija).

V dvorani Glasbene šole Radovljica

The young pianist Antonia Miller, described by Martha Argerich as a “very promising young talent”, has gained during the last years a steadily growing international reputation through numerous appearences in various countries. She was born in Germany in 1994 and started playing the piano at 10 years. She is currently studying with Cristina Marton-Argerich at the Leopold Mozart Zentrum of the University  Augsburg. Antonia Miller is prize winner of  the German National Competition “Jugend musiziert” in Braunschweig  (2014), “Förderpreis” of the Fritz and Liselotte-Hopf Foundation,   top prize winner at the Siegfried Gschwilm Competition in Augsburg (2016),  winner of many special prizes at the International Piano Competition “Munich Piano Podium” in Munich (2016) and First Prize Winner at the Clés d´or Competition in Zürich (2018). Antonia Miller is a fellowship musician of  the Yehudi Menuhin “Live Music Now” in Augsburg and performed  over 50 “Live music now” concerts in Bavaria. Since 2016 she is member of “Centro de Estudios Pianisticos” that gives her opportunities to take part at international masterclasses and to perform throughout Belgium, Netherlands and Spain. In  2018 she was granted a scholarship of Blüthner Masterclasses Vienna and in October 2018 she will perform in Basel Switzerland due to the support of the “Swiss Foundation For Young Musicians”. Antonia Miller attended master classes with  Andrzej Jasinski, Eldar Nebolsin, Janina Fialkowska, Wolfgang Manz, Vanessa Latarche, Joseph Paratore and Marta Gulyas. Besides of her solo performances, Antonia Miller is a very active and passionate chamber musician , lied accompanist and piano pedagogue. She teaches piano  at music schools in Augsburg, Stockach and Munich. During the last years Antonia Miller has performed extensively at several venues across  Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium and Romania. In 2018/ 19 she will perform recitals in Warsaw, Stuttgart, Paris, Basel, Bern and Budapest among others.

28. 4 – 2. 5. 2020, Piano Master Classes, prof. Daniel Rivera

28. 4 – 2. 5. 2020


28 April – 2 May 2020

Total fee: 260 €

Attendance fee: 200 € ; Enrollment fee: 60 € for 4 lessons of 45′

Application deadline:  17 April 2020 


Please fill out the application form on line: Application Form

DANIEL RIVERA made his Italian debut in 70s thanks to some very important international competitions he was awarded in, like the “Ferruccio Busoni”, the “Dino Ciani”, the “Ettore Pozzoli” the “Rina Sala Gallo”, the “Cata Monti”, the “Beethoven” in Wien, the “Reine Elisabeth” in Bruxelles, the “Liszt-Bartok” in Budapest and the “Paloma O’Shea” in Santander, achieving three absolute first prizes, two second prizes and several other special mentions. Afterwards he started a prestigious piano concert career, performing in the most important theatres worldwide – among them the Sala Philarmonia in Kiev, the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, the Park Musik Hall in Dallas, the Musikverein in Wien, the Teatro Colòn in Buenos Aires. Nowadays Daniel Rivera is widely renowned and highly esteemed worldwide within the piano concert landscape, considered a pioneer of piano challenges and a performer of programs and works very rarely played; this interest hit the highest spots in 2002, when he presented – in a world premiere performance – his transcription of the “Rite of Spring” by Stravinsky confirming once again his extraordinary technique and interpretative skills. This impressive and worldwide unique transcription captured the interest of Martha Argerich, who personally invited Rivera to the “Progetto Martha Argerich” in Lugano, where he performed in June 2009. Since that time, the link with the legendary Argentinian pianist turned into an intense artistic cooperation. With Martha Argerich, Daniel Rivera performed in piano duo (two pianos and piano 4 hands) at the Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, at the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari, at the Politeama Theatre in Catanzaro, at the Teatro Nuovo Giovanni di Udine, at the Piano Festival of Pietrasanta and Ascoli Piceno, up the legendary concerts on 19th and 20th October 2012, at the Teatro El Circulo of Rosario (Argentina) – four CDs have been released in June 2014, edited and distributed by IRCO in Buenos Aires – and for the inauguration of the Petrarca Theatre in Arezzo on December 2015, and the prestigious “Greek Theater” of Taormina (Sicily) in August 2019. Still for IRCO Cosentino in Buenos Aires he recorded two CDs with Franz Liszt Opera transcriptions and paraphrases, as well as the 12 Trascendental Studies. Jury member within some relevant international piano competitions, Daniel Rivera is extremely keen of teaching: besides his faculty chair at the “Istituto di Alta Cultura Musicale Pietro Mascagni” in Livorno, at “Accademia Strata” in Pisa, at the “Academy of the Arts” in Sarzana and at the “Musica Ritrovata” Academy in Livorno, he is frequently invited to hold several high piano courses and master classes in Italy and abroad, such as at UNR, University of Rosario (Argentina) Conservatory of Music in Udine, Parma, La Spezia, Bari, Monopoli, Trieste, Cosenza, the Lemmeintitut in Leuven, Belgium, the “Summer Musical Holidays” in Urbino, the International Festival “Duchi d’Acquaviva” in Atri, “Via Francigena” International Arts Festival in Lucca, and the Livorno Music Festival.
Born in 1952 in Rosario (Argentina). Thanks to the scholarship gained by winning the first prize “Vincenzo Scaramuzza” organized by the “National Fund for Arts” and the “Argentinian Mozarteum” in 1973 he moved to Italy where – under the direction of M°Alessandro Specchi – he achieved the Italian Diploma at the Cherubini Conservatory of Music in Florence with 10/10 cum laude grade and the honor mention. Then he completed his studies with M°Alessandro Specchi and Maria Tipo in Florence and with Ludwig Hoffman in Munich.