5. 7. — 16. 7. 2021

MUSICAGORITIENSIS

International Masterclasses

MUSICA GORITIENSIS

InternationalMasterclasses

Masterclass with known international teachers and musicians organized by the Slovenian Center of musical education Emil Komel. The courses are intended for students of all levels and academy students. Teachers who wish to deepen their field and knowledge of repertoire are also welcome. Teachers will provide their view on technical executions and different directions on the interpretation of the pieces. Elements of stage art will also be presented to voice students. The participants prepare work they wish to study on.

2021

MUSICA GORITIENSIS

InternationalMasterclasses

5.7. – 16.7.2021
SCGV Emil Komel
Viale Xx settembre 85
34170 Gorizia

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Armin Ćoralić,  piano

Armin Ćoralić has won over 10 first prizes at many national and international piano competitions. As a student of music school of Idrija (Slo) under a guidance from prof. Helena Plesničar, he won and achieved 1st prize at national competition TEMSIG in 2004 and 2007. In 2007 he continued his studies at SGBŠ in Ljubljana with prof. Sijavuš Gadjiev and won many international prizes under his guidance. In 2010 he was admitted to the Royal College of Music in London, studying with prof. Andrew Zolinsky. He performed in Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Spain, Great Britain and Bosnia and Herzegovina. He recorded for Radio Koper, RTV Slovenia, ORF and BBC. He won many internal prizes at the Royal College of Music, such as Beethoven prize, H.W. Award and Virtuoso Prize. He expended his artistic and pedagogical knowledge by working with C. Elton, I. Laszko, S. Hough, B. Douglas , J. Lill and attending classes led by A. Schiff, A. Brendel, M. Ucihida, L. Lang and Emaunel Ax. He graduated in 2014. As a soloist he performed with different orchestras, such as RTV Slovenian Symphony Orchestra under the baton of G. Pehlivanian and M. Rogina. In 2016 he achieved his MMus Master’s degree at the Royal College of Music. Currently he works as piano professor at Slovenian center of music Emil Komel (Gorizia, Italy) and holding a variety of workshops and masterclasses, recently at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo.

Diana Mustea,  violin

Diana Mustea, born into a family of musical traditions, began studying violin at the age of 5 at the Musical High school “C. Porumbescu” of Chisinau in Moldova. She attended then the State Academy of music “G. Dima” of Cluj Napoca (Romania), where she graduated with honors under the guidance of renowned violinist M° Stefan Ruha, with whom she often exhibited in duo, collaborating also with the prestigious Quartet of Romanian State “ Quartet Transylvania”. She performes also as a soloist with major orchestras in Romania and Moldova, playing and recording for Radio and TV Moldova. In 2005 she received from Moldovan Government the “Prize for music 2005 “for her activity. After moving to Italy, she has improved for four years at the Academy “W. Stauffer” of Cremona under the guidance of M° S. Accardo and, becoming part of the Italian Chamber Orchestra, she has participated in successful concerts in Italy and abroad, recording also “The Concerts at Madama Palace”. She is also performed as a duo and in prestigious chamber ensembles with important musicians such as Bruno Canino, Jan Talich, Gil Scharon, Atar Arad, etc. She recorded also the DVD “Amati in concert” for the Radio and Television Linburg (Holland). She has worked with the orchestras of the theatres “S. Carlo” in Naples, “Carlo Felice” in Genova, “Maggio Musicale Fiorentino” in Florence and “G. Verdi” in Trieste. Since 2006, alongside the concert activity, she has been dedicating to teach, holding the chair of violin at the I.S.S.M. “G. Puccini” of Gallarate, at the Conservatory of music “F. Torrefranca” of Vibo Valentia, at the Conservatory of music “J. Tomadini” of Udine. She is currently professor of violin at the Conservatory “G. Tartini” in Trieste and is part of the Orchestra of the Foundation of the Theatre Verdi in Trieste. 

Elvira Hasanagić, voice

Soprano Elvira Hasanagić studied opera and concert singing in Munich with professsors E. Wien, D. Evangelatos, H. Deutscha e C. Dutilly, first at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater and then at the Academy August Everding. She is a winner of many national and international competitions. In Dresden she was named “Young artist of the year 2017”. Elvira Hasanagić workes in opera houses such as Staatsoper u.d. Linden Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro Colón Buenos Aires, Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz München, Prinzregententheater München, Staatstheater Saarbrücken, Staatstheater Kassel, Nationaltheater Mannheim, National Opera Ljubljana, Staatstheater Schwerin, Theater St. Gallen etc. with conductors Ulf Schirmer, James Conlon, Julian Salemkour, Klaus Arp, George Petrou, Wolfram Chris, Uroš Lajovic, Alexander Drčar and with stage directors Rosamund Gilmore, Oliver Tambosi, Andreas Baesler, Ruben Szuchmacher, Wolfgang Quetes etc. She shares the stage with singers such as Ramón Vargas, José Cura, Sabine Hogrefe and in 2019 also with Plácido Domingo. Great passion for Lied and Oratorio have led the young soprano to Festivals and concert halls such as Ravinia Festival Chicago, Heidelberger Frühling, Ljubljana Festival, Kölner Philharmonie, Ljubljana Philharmonie, Philharmonie am Gasteig München, City Hall Oslo, Frankfurter Dom, Regensburger Dom, Festival do Estoril Lisbon etc. where she sang song recitals, symphonic works for orchestra and voice and also. Her interpretation of Strauss` Four last songs with Slovenian Philharmonics and maestro Uroš Lajovic in Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana was transmitted live in national radio. She recorded an opera CD with Bayerisches Rundfunkorchester in Munich – Mayr „La Lodoiska“, where she sang the role of Resiska. In February 2018 her first solo recording “Longing” has been released in cooperation with National radio Ljubljana. 

2020

Cancelled because of the Coronavirus.

2019

Sijavuš Gadjiev,  piano

Sijavuš Gadjiev completed his musical education at the Tschaikovsky Conservatory of Music in Moscow as a student of famous teachers such as Bella Davidovich, Boris Zemliansky and Mikhail Voskresensky. At the Moscow Conservatory he obtained the Master of Music degree and was invited to teach in the prestigious Central Special Music School for gifted pupils of the Moscow Conservatory. He taught many highly talented pupils such as Termizan Erzanov, Alexei Nabioulin, Konstantin Masljuk, Viktorija Korčinskaja, etc. who were winners of many prestigious international competitions.  Siavush Gadjiev has held recitals in many cities of the ex Soviet Union, USA and Europe. He performed with Slovak philharmonic orchestra, Rotterdam Chamber orchestra, Philharmonic orchestra Schpor of Kassl, Philharmonic orchestra of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Chamber orchestra of Bratislava, etc. He has collaborated with distinguished musicians such as violinist Wilchok, Vladimir Mendelssohn, the celists Michael Flaksman, Mihail Dančila, Jozef Podhiranski, etc. and with music directors such as Nijazi, Semjon Kogan, Konrad Van Alphen, Kirk Trevor and others. He is a member of the Ljubljana Piano Trio. He  holds special classes for future pedagogues and talended pianists around the world (Los Angeles, Domingos Hills in California, Dortmund, Belgrade, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Academy Franz Liszt in Budapest, many Italian Conservatories of music such as Milano, Pescara, Genova, Trieste, etc.). Since 1994 he has been living and working in Italy and Slovenia. He teaches piano at the Slovenian Center of Music in Gorizia and at the Ljubljana Conservatory of music. He is a jury member of many international piano competitions, amongst them: “Ferenc Liszt” in Budapest, “J. N. Hummel” in Bratislava, “Città di Cantù” and “ Premio Benassi” Varallo. He is also the Artistic Director of the “Giuliano Pecar” International Piano Competition in Gorizia.

Armin Ćoralić,  piano

Armin Ćoralić has won over 10 first prizes at many national and international piano competitions. As a student of music school of Idrija (Slo) under a guidance from prof. Helena Plesničar, he won and achieved 1st prize at national competition TEMSIG in 2004 and 2007. In 2007 he continued his studies at SGBŠ in Ljubljana with prof. Sijavuš Gadjiev and won many international prizes under his guidance. In 2010 he was admitted to the Royal College of Music in London, studying with prof. Andrew Zolinsky. He performed in Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Spain, Great Britain and Bosnia and Herzegovina. He recorded for Radio Koper, RTV Slovenia, ORF and BBC. He won many internal prizes at the Royal College of Music, such as Beethoven prize, H.W. Award and Virtuoso Prize. He expended his artistic and pedagogical knowledge by working with C. Elton, I. Laszko, S. Hough, B. Douglas , J. Lill and attending classes led by A. Schiff, A. Brendel, M. Ucihida, L. Lang and Emaunel Ax. He graduated in 2014. As a soloist he performed with different orchestras, such as RTV Slovenian Symphony Orchestra under the baton of G. Pehlivanian and M. Rogina. In 2016 he achieved his MMus Master’s degree at the Royal College of Music. Currently he works as piano professor at Slovenian center of music Emil Komel (Gorizia, Italy) and holding a variety of workshops and masterclasses, recently at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo.

Diana Mustea,  violin

Diana Mustea, born into a family of musical traditions, began studying violin at the age of 5 at the Musical High school “C. Porumbescu” of Chisinau in Moldova. She attended then the State Academy of music “G. Dima” of Cluj Napoca (Romania), where she graduated with honors under the guidance of renowned violinist M° Stefan Ruha, with whom she often exhibited in duo, collaborating also with the prestigious Quartet of Romanian State “ Quartet Transylvania”. She performes also as a soloist with major orchestras in Romania and Moldova, playing and recording for Radio and TV Moldova. In 2005 she received from Moldovan Government the “Prize for music 2005 “for her activity. After moving to Italy, she has improved for four years at the Academy “W. Stauffer” of Cremona under the guidance of M° S. Accardo and, becoming part of the Italian Chamber Orchestra, she has participated in successful concerts in Italy and abroad, recording also “The Concerts at Madama Palace”. She is also performed as a duo and in prestigious chamber ensembles with important musicians such as Bruno Canino, Jan Talich, Gil Scharon, Atar Arad, etc. She recorded also the DVD “Amati in concert” for the Radio and Television Linburg (Holland). She has worked with the orchestras of the theatres “S. Carlo” in Naples, “Carlo Felice” in Genova, “Maggio Musicale Fiorentino” in Florence and “G. Verdi” in Trieste. Since 2006, alongside the concert activity, she has been dedicating to teach, holding the chair of violin at the I.S.S.M. “G. Puccini” of Gallarate, at the Conservatory of music “F. Torrefranca” of Vibo Valentia, at the Conservatory of music “J. Tomadini” of Udine. She is currently professor of violin at the Conservatory “G. Tartini” in Trieste and is part of the Orchestra of the Foundation of the Theatre Verdi in Trieste. 

Elvira Hasanagić, voice

Soprano Elvira Hasanagić studied opera and concert singing in Munich with professsors E. Wien, D. Evangelatos, H. Deutscha e C. Dutilly, first at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater and then at the Academy August Everding. She is a winner of many national and international competitions. In Dresden she was named “Young artist of the year 2017”. Elvira Hasanagić workes in opera houses such as Staatsoper u.d. Linden Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro Colón Buenos Aires, Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz München, Prinzregententheater München, Staatstheater Saarbrücken, Staatstheater Kassel, Nationaltheater Mannheim, National Opera Ljubljana, Staatstheater Schwerin, Theater St. Gallen etc. with conductors Ulf Schirmer, James Conlon, Julian Salemkour, Klaus Arp, George Petrou, Wolfram Chris, Uroš Lajovic, Alexander Drčar and with stage directors Rosamund Gilmore, Oliver Tambosi, Andreas Baesler, Ruben Szuchmacher, Wolfgang Quetes etc. She shares the stage with singers such as Ramón Vargas, José Cura, Sabine Hogrefe and in 2019 also with Plácido Domingo. Great passion for Lied and Oratorio have led the young soprano to Festivals and concert halls such as Ravinia Festival Chicago, Heidelberger Frühling, Ljubljana Festival, Kölner Philharmonie, Ljubljana Philharmonie, Philharmonie am Gasteig München, City Hall Oslo, Frankfurter Dom, Regensburger Dom, Festival do Estoril Lisbon etc. where she sang song recitals, symphonic works for orchestra and voice and also. Her interpretation of Strauss` Four last songs with Slovenian Philharmonics and maestro Uroš Lajovic in Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana was transmitted live in national radio. She recorded an opera CD with Bayerisches Rundfunkorchester in Munich – Mayr „La Lodoiska“, where she sang the role of Resiska. In February 2018 her first solo recording “Longing” has been released in cooperation with National radio Ljubljana. 

Taylor MacLennan, flute

Taylor MacLennan is a Scottish flute player who has been based in London since 2010. Taylor studied under the guidance of Daniel Pailthorpe, Rachel Brown and Paul Edmund-Davies at the Royal College of Music in London, where he received his Master of Performance degree with distinction in 2016 and was awarded an Artist Diploma in 2017. As a solist, he has been the recipient of a Diploma of Merit from the Accademia Musicale Chigiana, the 2014 RCM Flute Prize and won first prize at the 2010 British Flute Society Competition. Taylor has worked with James Galway, Jacques Zoon and Patrick Gallois. He was a member of Southbank Sinfonia in 2018 and enjoys his freelance work with orchestras including the English National Opera, Northern Ballet, Oxford Philharmonic and BBC Symphony Orchestra. Taylor has performed under the batons of Bernard Haitink, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Sir Roger Norrington. As a chamber musician, he has appeared at international festivals including Cheltenham, Leamington, Edinburgh and Encuentro de Música Santander. Taylor is a passionate advocate of contemporary music and is a founding member of the new music group Explore Ensemble, who have performed at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and Zeitströme Festival in Darmstadt.

Nejc Kuhar,  guitar

Nejc Kuhar finished his Masters degree in guitar at Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts with prof. Alvaro Pierri and his Masters degree in composition with Dr. Reiner Bishof and prof. Christian Minkowitsch at Konservatorium Wien, Privatuniversität, both with honours. In 2018 he started with Music Research PhD at Surrey university with prof. Steve Goss. His music has been performed by himself and/or other musicians in various venues, including Musikverein and Konzerthaus in Vienna, Washington National Gallery of Art, Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Slovene Philharmonic Hall, etc. His commissions include those by the Washington National Gallery of Art, Frankfurt Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, LiGITa, Hong Kong and Sarajevo Guitar Festivals, Signum Saxophone Quartet, guitarist Mak Grgić, organist Stephen Ackert, Four Aces Guitar Quartet and others. Kuhar’s works have also been published by the renowned publishing houses, such as Les Production d’Oz/Doberman-yppan (Canada), Trekel (Germany) and Berben (Italy). Nejc is regularly performing solo concerts, in duo Eminent Duo with violinist Moeko Sugiura, teaching master classes, giving lectures, as well as being member of juries on various international guitar festivals. In 2018 he was appointed guitar professor at Joseph Haydn Conservatory in Eisenstadt and since 2015 he is teaching guitar at Music Academy in Vienna. Besides his activities as guitarist, composer and teacher, he is also an active lecturer, giving lectures about composing for guitar on various European and USA Universities, such as The Juilliard School, Curtis Institute of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Vienna and Frankfurt Universities, etc.

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