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For children 6 to 15 years old

Summer School for piano and violin “GIOVANI MUSICISTI”                     10 – 16 July 2017

Music school (Glasbena šola), Linhartov Trg 1, Radovljica, Slovenia

Teresa TREVISAN, piano

Julia GUBAIDULLINA, piano

Alina GUBAIDULLINA, violin

Carolina Pérez TEDESCO, piano assistant


Teresa Trevisan Julia Gubaidullina Alina Gubajdullina Carolina Pérez Tedesco

The teachers have an outstanding national and international musical route, both as solo interpreters and as chamber musicians. The teachers have a long experience in pre academic and academic teaching.

The Summer School is addressed  to musicians aged 6 to 15 years old.

The lessons will develop individually and in group classes; the teachers will try to combine the creative and recreational aspects of the course with the professional ones.

The Summer School offers three individual lessons and group practice. The students will have the possibility to enjoy free practice rooms offered by the Radovljica Music School and moments of musical sharing with their classmates in the spaces of the city Palace. A public concert will be held at the end of the course.

Registration, together with Application fee must be completed by 18 June 2017.

Attendance Fee costs 100 Euros. Application Fee costs 30 Euros. Application fee must be paid at the moment of registration. Please fill out the Application Form.

Payment of Application fee to:

KUD Hiša Kamna, Kamna Gorica 46a, 4246 Kamna Gorica, Slovenia

IBAN SI56 1010 0005 2374 757

BIC: BAKO SI2X

Banka Intesa San Paolo, Pristaniška 14, 6502 Koper, Slovenia


SLO:

Poletna šola je namenjena mladim glasbenikom od 6. do 15. leta starosti.

Učitelji imajo izjemno nacionalno in mednarodno glasbeno pot, kot samostojni izvajalci in kot komorni glasbeniki, z dolgoletnimi izkušnjami pri preakademskem in akademskem poučevanju.

Lekcije se izvajajo individualno in skupinsko. Učenci imajo možnost vadbe v učilnicah Glasbene šole Radovljica ter glasbeno izmenjavo s svojimi sošolci v radovljiški graščini. Javni koncert bo potekal ob koncu tečaja.

Rok za vpis in plačilo prijavnine je 18.junij 2017.

Cena seminarja za 3 lekcije je 130 evrov, prijavnino 30 evrov plačate ob prijavi, ostanek ob začetku seminarja.

Plačilo prijavnine:

KUD Hiša Kamna, Kamna Gorica 46a, 4246 Kamna Gorica, Slovenija

IBAN SI56 1010 0005 2374 757

BIC: BAKO SI2X

Banka Intesa San Paolo, Pristaniška 14, 6502 Koper, Slovenija

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The Italian pianist Teresa Trevisan was born in Palmanova and graduated “cum laude” from the Trieste Music Conservatory “Giuseppe Tartini”. She started her piano studies with Maria Puxeddu going on to learn with Professor Luciano Gante at the Trieste Music Conservatory. Afterward she advanced her studies at the Ecole normale de Musique “Alfred Cortot” in Paris with Aquiles Delle Vigne, becoming then his assistant there. Teresa Trevisan was awarded various recognitions at national and international competitions performing in numerous Italian cities (Venice, Rome, Padua, Milan, Gorizia, Udine) and abroad (Paris, Brussels, Skopje, Bitola, Rotterdam, New York, Hartford, Washington, Salzburg, Ulan Bator, Vilnius, Izmir, Tirana, Novi Sad, Sofia, Cork Konservatorium and Boesendorfer Saal im Mozarthaus in Vienna, Trinity Laban College in London…). Her interest in Chamber Music was born at the courses of the International Menuhin Academy of Gstaad and the International Academy of the Trio di Trieste in Duino. Her performing debut as a piano duo with her brother Filippo was held in 1989 at the Bourg Madame Festival (France). The Rachmaninov Opera omnia recording (for two pianos and four hands) and the Bach Brandenburg Concertos (arrangement for piano duet by Max Reger, revised by Filippo Trevisan for Velut Luna) received a great critical acclaim. In 1998 the duo was awarded the “Morét d’aur” prize. Since 2002 Teresa Trevisan has been playing with the pianist Flavio Zaccaria. Aiming to discover a repertoire of less well-known works, in 2005 they recorded a CD entirely devoted to unpublished works of Max Reger (2005 Velut luna). The Duo Trevisan-Zaccaria was awarded an Honorary Mention at the Web Concert Hall Competition 2006. She recently performed with the Italian cellist Luca Fiorentini in the USA reaching Washington and New York. As a teacher, many of her students have been selected and awarded in some of the most prestigious national and international competitions, such as the Gina Bachauer-Salt Lake, the Isidor Baijc-Novi Sad, the Jeunesses Musicales-Bucarest, the Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe, the Stefano Marizza International Piano Competition-Trieste, the Premio Pianistico Bengalli-Val Tidone, the Concorso Clementi-Firenze-Lastra a Signa,Italy; the Chopin Piano Competition, Radovljica, Slovenia; the “Stefano Marizza”-Trieste; the Premio Pianistico Bengalli-Val Tidone; The International Piano Competition-Osimo; the Adilia Alieva-Svizzera, The Thomas & Evon Cooper International Piano Competition, USA; The Ettlingen International Competition for young Pianists, Germany; the International Piano Competition for young pianists ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN, Poland; the Aarhus International Piano Competition; the Busoni Piano Competition. She is regularly sitting in the Jury of many National and International Competitions. Teresa Trevisan is currently full time piano professor at the Music Conservatory of Trieste after successfully participating in the last State National Competition. She is regularly invited to give piano and piano-duo masterclasses. Among the most recent, the Oulu University in Finland, the Conservatorio Superior de Música” Manuel Massotti Littel” of Murcia in Spain, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in Vilnius, the Conservatoire Royal de Mons, the Yasar University of Izmir, the Sofia Music Academy, the CIT School of Music in Cork, the Konservatorium Wien, the Trinity Laban College in London and, through a videoconference in the frame of the LOLA project, at the Fort Worth Texas Christian University (USA). Since 1998 she has been the artistic director of the Festival Musiche in Fortezza of Palmanova and the Piano Competition “Filippo Trevisan”.

Teresa Trevisan

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Julia Gubaidullina was born into a family of professional musicians in the Moldovan capital of Kishinev. She started her piano studies when she was four and already at twelve years of age Julia made her debut as a soloist with orchestra. Having completed her studies at the specialist music school in 1992 she entered the Kishinev MuzicheskuAcademy of Music in the class of professor Ludmila Vaverko. Throughout her years of study, Julia took an active part in international masterclasses and seminars with distinguished professors such as Alexandr Bonduriansky, Valery Kastelsky, Willis Delony, Gunilda Kramer, Minoru Nodzima. Likewise she was a participant in the Summer University UNESCO, from which she received the Special Commendation. Graduating from the Academy with honours in 1997, Julia continued her studies on the post-graduate course at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in the class of Yuri Hairapetian. On completion of her post-graduate studies in 1999, Julia took up a post on the board of professors at the Sarajevo Academy of Music. In 2005 Julia moved to Croatia and started to work in Zagreb Academy of Music. Julia Gubaidullina has gained prizes in various competitions both nationally in Moldova (First Prize, 1993), and internationally, gaining first prize at theConsonante’93 Chamber Music Competition in Romania, first prize at the ChisinauInternational Competition in Moldova (1997) and third prize at the Citta di SulmonaInternational Piano Competition in Italy (2000). There are numerous broadcasts that Julia has made for the Moldovan national radio and television, and Julia has also made many appearances with the Symphony Orchestra of National Philharmony performing concertos by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann, Franck, Ravel, Rachmaninov and Skriabin. A significant part of Julia’s repertory is given to the works of Russian composers, in particular Skriabin and Medtner, whose oeuvre the pianist gains special pleasure in performing. Along with solo recitals Julia also takes part in a variety of chamber ensembles. Being a member of the SONEMUS ensemble has enabled Julia to gain great experience in the field of contemporary music, performing many new works including several world premieres. Julia also considers her piano duo performances with pianist Ruben Dalibaltayan to be an important part of her work. Concert tours have taking Julia across the globe to Russia, Romania, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Croatia, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Japan and the USA.

Julia Gubaidullina

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Alina Gubajdullina was born in 1986 into a family of musicians in Kishinev, Moldova. She started playing the violin at the early age of 4. From 1992 to 1998 she attended the Rachmaninov Music Lyceum for talented children in Kishinev, and at the age of eight had her debut as a soloist, playing with the Moldovan Chamber Orchestra. After her family moves to Croatia in 1998 Alina continues her school studying with Prof. Valter Lovricevic and participates in master-classes with professors: A. Kouchner, A. Schoenfeld, and L. Sorokow. Through out her education she was a winner of several National and International competitions. She has appeared as soloist with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Croatian National Theatre in Split, Split Chamber Orchestra and the Croatian Chamber Orchestra. In 2006. after successful graduation from the class of Professor Leonid Sorokow in Academy of Music in Zagreb, she became a permanent member of the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and Zadar Chamber Orchestra. She also collaborates with all Croatian symphonic, chamber and opera orchestras. Apart career in orchestra, she has performed with a great deal of chamber ensembles and formations. She is co-founder of the Croatian String quartet and Giovacchino quartet. In 2008 in a duet with her sister Julia Gubajdullina she was the winner of 41. “Darko Lukic” Music tribune. She was awarded by the same prize with Croatian String quartet, at the 47. “Darko Lukic” Music tribune in 2014. She has developed private teaching practice, educating students of different ages and various levels of playing. Beside work with beginners, as teaching basics of music theory and rhythm, setting up starting position on the instrument, practice also includes training and preparation high school and college students for exams, public performances and competitions.

Alina Gubajdullina

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Carolina Pérez Tedesco was born in Trieste (Italy) in 1990, to a family of musicians. She started her musical education very early, with courses of Williams and Dalcroze methods and also playing the violin.

She started studying piano at the age of 6 and some years later entered the Tartini Conservatory in Trieste, where she graduated in Bachelor and Master, both with full marks and honours, under the guide of Professor Teresa Trevisan.

She has studied with Aquiles delle Vigne at his mastercourses in Salzburg’s Mozarteum, at the Pianistic Academy of Florence, at the Schola Cantorum in Paris and at the Rachmaninoff Conservatorium in Paris, and participated in a great deal of masterclasses with many other teachers.

In 2010-11 she studied at Wien’s Konservatorium, within the Erasmus project, under the guide of M° Karl Barth.

She has attended the International Chamber Music Academy di Duino (Italy) playing in duo with cellist Cecilia Barucca Sebastiani, under the guide of Trio di Parma.

During her studies at the Conservatory she was awarded several prizes in national and international competitions, among others: 1st prize at Concorso Pianistico di Cesenatico, 2003 and 2005; 3rd prize at VI Concorso Pianistico Internazionale “Città di Gorizia”, 2006; 1st prize at Concorso Pianistico Internazionale “Jacopo Linussio”, Tolmezzo, 2008; 1st prize at V Concorso Pianistico Internazionale “Premio Paolo Spincich”, 2009; 1st prize at VI Rassegna Musicale “I Giovani e l’Arte”, Epta – Roma, 2013; 1st prize at 1° Concorso Internazionale di Esecuzione Musicale, a Terranuova Bracciolini, 2013; Special Prize of the jury at XIV edizione del Concorso Internazionale “Arte Musicale e Talento”, Montecchio Maggiore, Vicenza. Playing in chamber music groups: 2nd prize at VIII Concorso Nazionale di Esecuzione Musicale “Città di Piove di Sacco”, 2015 and 1st prize at Concorso Diapason d’Oro di Pordenone, 2015.

As a soloist she played recitals in Italy and Argentina (at the Music University of Buenos Aires (IUNA) and AMIA) and performed a few times Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue with a band, which was broadcasted.

She also performed recitals with many different duos, trios and quintets and have joined the GPT (Percussion Group Trieste) in concerts in different cities in Italy and festivals as Festival Percussioni of Campobasso, Nei Suoni dei Luoghi, Mittelfest.

She was chosen to take part in the “Echos” Festival, playing with both Italian and Slovenian musicians, performing in different ensembles, in many concert halls of Italy and Slovenija.

Playing chamber music, in 2015 she performed at the Mittelfest and at Nei Suoni dei Luoghi Festival and was invited to perform at the Violoncello Festival of Lima, Peru.

During the Erasmus+ Traineeship period (2015-16) in Salamanca (Spain) she studied under the guide of Bernadetta Raatz and Brenno Ambrosini and collaborated as a piano accompanist with many students in solo and chamber music repertoire. She also played the orchestra reduction in the staging and performances of the opera “La finta giardiniera” by W. A. Mozart, staged by the singing class of the Conservatory.

She has been repeatedly awarded scholarships from Fondazione Filantropica Ananian and Inner-Wheel club of Trieste, and has recorded for AudioArsStudio.

Carolina Pérez Tedesco

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“Giovani musicisti” (1) “Giovani musicisti” (2)

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