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Third Salacgriva classical music festival 2012, 27th July – 4th August.

23.07.2012 16:14

In Salacgriva this summer, from 27th July till 4th August, will take place the Third Salacgriva classical music festival(Nature and Music). “Salacgrivas music festival” time and place - Salacgriva Culture House, Lielsalaca Lutheran Church, Mary Goreti Salacgriva Catholic Church, and Kuivizu yacht port floating platform. Festival music lovers are invited to meet with musical performers and singers from Latvia, as well as with musicians from Russia and the Czech Republic. Music Festival during the week will be held also a camp – where the most talented children of Latvian music schools will have master classes, led by the Moscow Conservatory teachers, brightest Latvian musicians and other very talanted teachers.

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About „Salacgriva musical festival”:

„Virtuoso Moskvi” and „Mozart - quartet” first violin and the festival's artistic director Alexey Lundin:
“Nature and music, what can be better and more important? Salacgriva, located in one of the most beautiful places in Latvian, the music may sound different, not only in concert halls but also in the open air, that will bring freedom to musicians in contact with the festival visitors.”

The Chairman of Salacgriva municipality council - Dagnis Straubergs:
“Salacgriva city has become known for its music festival organizing and this chamber music festival could become another vivid impression of the city's musical activities range. This is especially because in the city will play such a bright Russian and Latvian chamber music stars. It would be a wonderful opportunity to share experience and creativity in search of new and already famous musicians that have reached the top, but the festival visitors can have the enjoyment for their sousl and spirits”.

See you in Salacgriva!

Third Salacagriva classical music festival - VIDEO(LV)

Master class teachers:
Lundin Alexei / Russia / - violin
Uldis Sprudz / Latvia / - violin
Vilhelmas Cepinskis / Lithuania / - violin
Vsevolod Dvorkin / Italy / - piano
Maria Aivazova Livanthinou / Spain / - piano
Nikita Vlasov / Russia / - accordion
Karlis Vanags / Latvia / - saxophone
Ilona Meija / Latvia / - Flute
Ivar Bezprozvanov / Latvia / - cello
Sergei Savrov / Spain / - viola

Invited artists –
- Soloist Sergey Jaeger and accompanying band/group
- Danish accordionist Bjarke Mogensen
- Latvian violinist - Ilze Kirsanova, Ilze Pence , Kristine Adamaite
- Swiss cellist David Pia
- Estonian violinist Mari-Liis Uibo
- Sinfonietta Riga

 

Program

Friday

July 27th

Master classes for Latvian music school children

19:00 Salacgriva Lutheranic Church. Counter-tenor Sergey Jaeger, "That word" The opening concert (Ticket price - 5.00Ls)

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Saturday

July 28th

Master classes for Latvian music school children

16:00 Salacgrīvas culture house. Masterclass techers concert. (Ticket price - 3.00Ls)

 

 

 

19:00 Salacgriva Lutheranic Church.Cellist David Pia(Ticket price - 5.00Ls)

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Sunday

July 29th

Master classes for Latvian music school children

16:00 Salacgriva Lutheranic Church. Concert with artists from Latvia (Ilze Kirsanova, Ilze Pence, Kristīne Adamaite) (Ticket price - 3.00)

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18:00 Salacgrīvas culture house. Violinist Ayako Tanabe un pianist Tatiana Fedosejava. (Ticket price - 3.00Ls)

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Monday

July 30th

Master classes for Latvian music school children

18:00 Ainaži Naval School Museum. Violist Aleksei Lundin, accordeonist Nikita Vlasov, saxophonist Karlis Vanags and other. (Ticket price - 3.00Ls)

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Tuesday

July 31st

Master classes for Latvian music school children

18:00 Salacgriva Lutheranic Church. Violinist Vilhelmas Cepinskis  and guitarist Sergejus Krinicinas. (Ticket price - 5.00Ls)

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Wednesday

August 1st  

Master classes for Latvian music school children

16:00 Baron Munchausens estate - museum. Genady Vengerov - poetry and music. (Ticket price - 3.00Ls)

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21:00 Movie about Baron Munchausen in Zvejnieku sētā.

 

Thursday

August 2nd

Master classes for Latvian music school children

19:00 Salacgriva Lutheranic Church. Masterclass teachers concert. (Ticket price - 3.00Ls)

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 Friday

August 3rd 

Master classes for Latvian music school children

18:00 Salacgrīva culture house. Masterclass students concert.

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Saturday

August 4th

 

14:00 Salacgriva Catholic Church. Accordionist Bjarke Mogensen (Ticket price - 5.00Ls)

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21.00 in Kapteiņu ostā (Kuiviži). FINAL CONCERT. S.Jaeger, A.Lundin, Mari-Liis Uibo, Sinfonietta Riga, master class students and others. SALUTE

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Info about the Artists

Lundin Alexei

Alexey Lundin was born in Moscow in 1971 to the family of musicians. He started playing the violin at the age of 5 and at 13 debuted in concert with Mendelssohn’s E minor Concerto. Two years later Alexey won the junior contest “Concertino-Prague”. While studying at the famous Moscow Gnessin School he frequently appeared in concerts both in Moscow and some other cities of Russia. In 1990 Alexey entered Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, where his teacher was Nadezhda Beshkina, herself trained by Lev Zeitlin, who, in his turn, was one of the favorite student of Leopold Auer. During his conservatory years, Alexey felt a great inclination to chamber music, having entered the chamber music class of Prof. Tatiana Gaidamovich. In 1993 he, as a member of a piano trio, became a prize-winner of Chamber Ensembles Competition in Trappani (Italy) in 1996 won the Contest in Weimar (Germany).  In 1995 Alexey Lundin was admitted to post-graduate course as a soloist with Prof. Marina  Iashvili and as chamber music player artist with Prof. Alexander Bonduriansky. With Marina Iashvili he gave numerous performances, e.g. Duets by Weniawski, Sonata for Two Violins by Prokofiev, Sarasate’s “Navarra”, and some other famous violin pieces. Besides, he attended the string quartet class of of Prof. Rafael Davidian, who played an important role in the young musician’s professional growth. In 1998 Alexei has become the primaries of “Mozart Quartet”. His partners are Irina Pavlikhina (violin II), Anton Kulapov (viola) and Viacheslav Mariniuk (cello). The young company was supported by Valentin Berlinsky, an outstanding musician who was a long-term cellist of the famous Borodin Quartet. The “Mozart Quartet” had soon achieved a leading position in Russia’s musical life and in 2001 won the Shostakovich String Quartet Competition. Since 1997, Alexey Lundin has become a member of the famous chamber orchestra “Moscow Virtuosi”, having become the group’s concertmaster the next year. Besides leading the orchestra, Alexei is often playing with the orchestra’s chief conductor Vladimir Spivakov in duos of J.S. Bach, Vivaldi and Schnittke. Alexey Lundin is also active in the solo field, performing widely and recording for various labels,  taking part in TV and radio shows. His solo repertoire includes concertos by Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, Brahms, Bruch, Prokofiev, Taneyev. Also remarkable is his playing modern music, such as Edisson Denissov, Krzystof Penderecki, Giya Kancheli, Vladimir Krivtsov, Roman Lednev, David Krivitsky, Andreas Muschtukis,and others. Yuri Butzko has dedicated his 4th Violin Concerto to Alexey Lundin. The violinist has been accompanied by such comductors as Salus Sondeckis, Vladimir Simkin and Theodore Kurentzis. Among his chamber music partners there are Elisso Virsaladze and Mikhail Lidsky. In 2000 Alexey Lundin was given a grant of “Triumph Award” for his achievements in the arts and literature.

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Bjarke Mogensen

Bjarke Mogensen is an astonishment on record. Once heard, never forgotten”. So writes one of the world’s leading music critics, Norman Lebrecht. Bjarke Mogensen (b. 1985 on the island of Bornholm) is the new star of the accordion in a country where there are already fine accordion traditions. He is one of those rare talents who seems to have been born with his instrument. Bjarke Mogensen had his instrument strapped to his shoulders at the age of seven. Within just a few years he had reached an amazingly high standard. At 13 he made his debut as a soloist in a German TV broadcast with the Munich Symphony Orchestra. At 14 he both won the Gold Medal and the Talent Prize in the Berlingske Tidende Music Competition and received the Jacob Gade Grant. His popular breakthrough in Denmark came when he won DR TV’s soloist competition "Spil for Livet", and the same year won the Victor Borge Music Prize. He studied with Geir Draugsvoll at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen and today himself teaches chamber music in the same place. Bjarke Mogensen has given solo concerts in many parts of the world, from New York to Moscow, from Iceland to Turkey. He has performed chamber music with the violinist Augustin Dumay and Gidon Kremer. As a soloist he has also worked with orchestras like the Moscow Virtuosi, Kremerata Baltica, the Danish National Symphony Orchestra and the Copenhagen Philharmonic, conducted by among others John Storgårds, Lan Shui, Rolf Gupta and Vladimir Spivakov. His repertoire is almost unlimited and ranges from folk music and his own transcriptions to brand new works for accordion. A long succession of collaborations with prominent living composers has resulted in many new compositions – concertos, chamber music and solo works – dedicated to Bjarke Mogensen. Already during his student years he has released 4 CDs performing solo works and accordion-concertos on the labels Orchid Classics and Dacapo Records which recieved rave reviews.

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Mari-Liis Uibo

Mari-Liis Uibo (1990) started to play the violin at the age of six with teacher Ivi Tivik. 1997-2006 she studied at the Tallinn Music High School, got the Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna in the violin-class of Professor Gerhard Schulz (Alban-Berg-Quartet) and continues now in the Artist Diploma program with Professor Milan Vitek at the Oberlin Conservatory of  Music in the United States. Mari-Liis has successfully participated in several national and international competitions. 2004 she was finalist and prize-winner at the 1st World Violin Competition in Trento/Italy. She has been awarded diplomas at several ESTA Competitions for Estonian Young String Players. Since 2001 she has regularly taken part in summer-courses and masterclasses: Maestro Ivry Gitlis/France, Prof. Alexander Fischer/Sweden, Prof. Anatoli Reznikowski/St. Petersbourg, Elena Denisova and Ilja Korol/Austria, Sirpa Lannes-Tukiainen/Finland, ISA 09 and ISA 11 – Interpretation of Contemporary Music (with Klangforum Wien and Nigel Osborne). Since 1998 Mari-Liis Uibo has often been invited to participate in Estonian as well as international music-festivals. She has given solo-performances with different chamber-orchestras and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, worked together with well-known conductors Paul Mägi, Andrey Kruzhkov, Paavo Järvi and recently with “The Moscow Virtuoses” and Vladimir Spivakov.Mari-Liis has gained recognition in Scandinavia, Holland, Italy, France (in Series “Nouvelle Europe, nouveaux talents”), Portugal, Germany (in Young Talent Concert Series), Austria and Russia. She has taken part in several orchestra-projects (with early music ensemble “Hortus Musicus”, Wiener Akademie Orchestra etc.) and is active as a chamber-musician. In December 2007 her first CD „Bernsteinstraße“ (live concert-performance with Estonian music) together with organist Ulla Krigul was released in Vienna.

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Ayako Tanabe

Ayako Tanabe(violin) was born in Japan and graduated from the Central Music School attached to the Moscow Conservatoire in 2007 in the class of Sergey Kravchenko. Ayako is concertmaster of Chamber Capella “Russian Conservatory” since 2009. She has toured internationally from earliest childhood,performing with symphony orchestras in Turkey,Russia,Japan and,Azerbaijan and playing solo recitals in Japan,Cyprus,Serbia,Azerbaijan and Russia. She is solist of Chamber Capella “Russkaya Conservatoria” since 2009. She continues her concert carier like solo and chamber music.  She is a laureate of many international competitions, Balis Dvarionus International Music Competition-1st prize(2004 Vilnius)
International Music Competition ”The Winner of Beograde”-1st prize(2005 Beograde)
The Novosibirsk International Young Violinists Competition-2nd prize(2007 Novosibirsk)
International Competition-festival “Open Europe”-2nd prize(2007 String Trio Moscow)
The Mravinsky International Music Competition-2nd prize(2008 Saint-Peterburg)
The Shabyt International Competition-2nd prize(2009 Astana)
The N.Rubinshtein International Chamber Music Competition-2nd prize(String Quartet Moscow)
The Beethoven International Violin Competition-1st prize(2010 Saint.Perten)
The Taneev International Chamber Music Competition-3rd prize(2011 Piano Trio)
The Aram Khachaturyan Competition-1st prize(2012 Yerevan)

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Vilhelmas Cepinskis

Vilhelmas Cepinskis studied with the renowned Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard Music School, from which he graduated in 1997. He was born on March 1977 in Lithuania into a musical family - his mother an opera singer and his father a violinist and conductor. He began his violin studies at the age of four with his father and at seven he made his solo debut at the Kaunas Philharmonic. In 1987, at the age of ten, Mr. Cepinskis first performed with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra as soloist, playing the H.Wieniawsky Second Violin Concerto. Since then, he has won a myriad of international competitions, and has been performing to rave reviews in solo recitals and as soloist with numerous principal orchestras in the Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Russia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Finland, Norway, Germany, Hungary, USA, and others. Mr. Cepinskis was guest artist at the United Nations on September 17, 1991 the historic day when the Lithuanian flag was raised in New York. That same year, he, together with the Queen of Jordan and the Queen of Greece, received the Maria Pia Fanfani (together for Peace Foundation) Medal from H.R.H. the Queen of Spain. In 1992 he was invited to give a special performance honouring the Royal visit of the King and Queen of Sweden to Lithuania. In 1998 Vilhelmas performed for the King and Queen of Norway. In December 1994 he had a triumph with the internationally-renowned "Moscow Virtuosi" Chamber Orchestra, with Vladimir Spivakov conducting. It has also become a tradition for Mr. Cepinskis to open and close the concert season of the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra - events that are always nationally televised. In fact, he has been performing for Lithuanian National Television and Radio since the age of eleven. In April 1996 Mr. Cepinskis was invited to give a solo recital at the International Ankara Music Festival in Turkey. The Spring of 1997 was highly successful for Mr. Cepinskis. In May 1997, he performed Mozart's Symphony Concertante with violinist Youri Bashmet and the Moscow Soloists Ensemble in International Vilnius Festival. In June he made his symphonic debut at the Carnegie Hall. Also his first CD was released, featuring performances of the Sibelius Concerto, Paganini`s Concerto Nr. 2 and Sarasate`s "Carmen" Fantasy, together with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Juozas Domarkas. In 1998 his second CD was released, featuring a performance of D.Shostakovich Violin Concerto Nr. 1. During the current season he is performing in Liubljana, Germany, Amsterdam (at the Concertgebow), France, Turkey, the Dominican Republic and the USA.

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David Pia

David Pia was born in 1982 at Zoug (Switzerland). Within 10 years he won 1st Prize in a young people’s competition. At the age of 13 he passed the entrance examination of the Music Academy in Basel, and studied with the Brazilian cellist Antonio Meneses. David Pia is currently studying in Salzburg with Professor Clemens Hagen, member of the famous Hagen Quartet. Among others, he has participated in master classes given by David Geringas, Bernhard Greenhouse, Janos Starker and Menahem Pressler. In chamber music, he has been taught by professor Gérard Wyss, whom he recorded for the swiss radio „DRS2” in 2002. He is the prize-winner of several competitions: 2003, he won “Second Prize” and the “Best Performance Price” at the “International Adam Competition” at New Zealand. Since 2002, David Pia has been sponsored by the scholarship Kulturprozent“ and has been honoured from the “Basel Orchestral Company”. David Pia played several times with the Basel Symphony and Chamber Orchestra as soloist and has often been invited to play at the Music Festival „young artists in concert“ in Davos (Switzerland). So far, David Pia has played in a number of European cities and been invited to a concert tour trough Brazil in 2003. David Pia is playing an instrument from the brothers Silvestre/Lyon which has been put from a private property at his disposal.

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