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 Medijski sponzor

FlavtIstra 2007 Young Flutists Concert

Saturday 24th November 2012, Koper Music School
16.00 Concert Hall of Koper Music School

Senica Dorotea (Slovenia)
08. 09. 1997, III. letnik Umetniške gimnazije Maribor,
prof. Valerija Kamplet.
accompanist: Maja Mancini Senica
F. Borne: Fantasie Brillante on Themes from Bizet's Carmen

Ljubec Urška (Slovenia)
10. 04. 1996, III. letnik Konservatorija za glasbo in balet Maribor,
prof. Valerija Kamplet.
accompanist: Tatjana Jercog
G. Enesco: Cantabile et Presto

Penko Ana (Slovenija / Slovenia)
08. 07. 1995, III. letnik Gimnazije Ilirska Bistrica,
prof. Adnan Zubčević.
accompanist: Nina Volk
G. Faure: Fantasie op. 79

Šalamon Lara (Slovenija / Slovenia)
01. 03. 1994, IV. letnik Konservatorija za glasbo in balet Ljubljana,
prof. Milena Lipovšek.
accompanist: Tatjana Jercog
P. Sancan: Sonatina

Sunday 25th November 2012, Koper Music School
15.00  Concert Hall of Koper Music School

Mittendorfer Eva (Slovenia)
08. 09. 1992, 2. letnik Akademije za glasbo Ljubljana,
prof. Fedja Rupel.
accompanist: Tatjana Jercog

F. Poulenc: Sonata
Allegro malinconico
Presto giocoso

Ana Dadič (Slovenia)
04. 01. 1991, 1. letnik 2. stopnje magistrskega študija na Akademiji za glasbo Ljubljana, prof. Fedja Rupel.
accompanist: Tatjana Jercog

J. Feld: Sonata
1. st.: Allegro giocoso
3. st.: Allegro vivace

Zsuzsanna Toth (Hungary)
16. 03. 1990, Hochschule der Künste Bern, Švica,
prof. Christian Studler.
accompanist: Tatjana Jercog

F. Schubert: Variacije na temo "Suhe rože"
iz cikla "Lepa mlinarica", op. 160

Solemn Concerts of Flutists

Saturday 24th November 2012, Koper Music School
19.00 Concert Hall of Koper Music School

Alenka Zupan –  flute
and Marko Feri – guitar

Astor Piazzolla (1921 - 1992): Historia du Tango
II. Café 1930

Pujol Māximo Diego (1957): Suite Buenos Aires
I. Pompeya

Janez Komar (1927): Adagio (prir./arr. M. Feri)

Pujol Māximo Diego (1957): Suite Buenos Aires
II. Palermo

Astor Piazzolla (1921 - 1992): Historia du Tango
III. Nightclub 1960

Certificates awards for 1st Category FlavtIstra 2012 festival participants.

Matej Zupan – flute
and Andreja Kosmač – piano

S. Prokofjev (1891 - 1953): Sonata št. 2 v D-duru, op. 94
Allegretto scherzando
Allegro con brio

P. Taffanel (1844 - 1908): Fantazija na temo iz opere

Alenka Zupan

was born in Koper, Slovenia in 1969.
After completing the Koper Music School in the class of Prof. M. Kocjančič, continued her studies at the SGBŠ Ljubljana with Prof. J. Pogačnik, she graduated at the University of Ljubljana Pedagogic Faculty and within three years she graduated at the Ljubljana Academy of Music with Prof. Fedja Rupel. During her studies she won many prizes at national competitions as soloist and with chamber music.
Alenka continued her postgraduate studies at "Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris" (France), under Prof. C. Cheret and at "Accademia Italiana del Flauto" in Rome (Italy), under Prof. R. Guiot. At the Academy of Music in Ljubljana she completed a Masters Degree under Prof. F. Rupel and B. Rotar-Pance, PhD. She has issued three manuals for flute for flute students and teachers. She chairs workshops in Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Argentina and Brazil.
She played with the Orchestra of Opera and Ballet Ljubljana, the string orchestra "Camerata Labacensis", as a permanent member and soloist with the Coastal Chamber Orchestra and with many other musicians. She has recorded for RTV Koper-Capodistria, RTV Slovenia, Radio Malta. She performed in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Italy, Germany, Malta.
Alenka teaches flute and chamber music at the Koper Music School and the Koper Artistic High School.

Guitarist Marko Feri

was born in Trieste (Italy), graduated at the Conservatory "Giuseppe Tartini" in the class of Prof. P. Corona. He attended various master classes abroad with top Guitarists and Professors such as Manuel Barrueco, David Russell and Alberto Ponce.
He led master classes in Europe, USA, Mexico, Canada and he was a jury member at several international music competitions. Marko is the initiator and artistic director of the International Festival "Karst" and he is very active as a concert performer. As a soloist, he performs at international music festivals in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Mexico, as well as in many concerts with various chamber ensembles and many musical projects. Several times he recorded for radio and television RAI, the RTV Slovenia - Radio and TV Koper, TV Slovenia. He has released seven CDs. He taught at the Koper Artistic High School and he is Professor of guitar at the Music School "Marij Kogoj" in Trieste (Italy).

Matej Zupan

was born in Zagorje ob Savi, Slovenia in 1970.
He completed his graduate and post graduate studies at the Academy of Music at University of Ljubljana under Prof. Fedja Rupel. Later he went to complete advanced studies in Florence (Italy) with Mario Ancillotti and to attend Master classes led by Trevor Wye, Michel Debost, Peter-Lukas Graf and James Galway. Matej is the winner of several first prizes and other awards in national competitions.
From 1996 to 2008 he was the principal flutist of the Slovenian National Radio Symphony Orchestra. He is a member of the ARIART Woodwind Quintet, the Academia Ars Musicae Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble for contemporary Music MD7 and Chamber Orchestra of Soloists (Society of Slovene Composers).
As a soloist and member of various chamber ensembles he has performed in Europe, both Americas and Asia.
He has recorded for Slovene Radio and TV, RAI and ÖRF. He recorded five solo CDs and with other ensembles (Woodwind Quintet Ariart and Ensemble for Contemporary Music MD7) additional six Cds.
He has led seminars for Flute in Slovenia, Croatia, England, Austria, Italy, Serbia, Greece, Luxembourg, Brazil and the USA. He was a member of juries at national and international competitions in Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and the USA. Matej is a flute Professor at the Academy of Music at University of Ljubljana.

Pianist Andreja Kosmač

graduated at the Music Academy of Ljubljana University in the class of Prof. Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak.
She broadened her horizons with Prof. S. Gadžijev, at the Vienna Music Conservatory with Prof. M. van den Hoek and master classes with Prof. J. Lateiner, L. Brumberg, S. Falvai, R. Ward and O. Maisenberg. During her studies she participated at several concerts and competitions in which she has received many first prizes. Among most prestigious are: Mozart Piano Competition in Ljubljana, National Young Piano Players Competition in Celje and Ljubljana and 1st International Piano Competition Konzerteum in Greece.
In 1996 she received The Music Academy prize "Prešernova nagrada". She performed with Orchestra SGBŠ, Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovenian National Radio Symphony Orchestra and Moskov Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, as a soloist. She performs with many chamber ensembles.

Sunday 25th November 2012, Koper Music School
19.00 Concert Hall of Koper Music School

Silvia Careddu – flute
and Denys Masliuk – piano

C. A. Franck (1822 - 1890): Sonata v A-duru
Allegretto ben moderato
Ben moderato: Recitative-Fantasia
Allegretto poco mosso

Certificates awards for 2nd and 3rd Category FlavtIstra 2012 festival participants.

Ory Schneor – flute
and Denys Masliuk – piano

P. Gaubert (1879 - 1941): Ballade

R. Schumann (1810 - 1856): 3 Romances, op. 94
Nicht schnell
Einfach, innig
Nicht schnell

F. Doppler (1821 - 1883): Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, op.26


Silvia Careddu

was born in Cagliari, Italy in 1977.
After having obtained her diploma at her hometown Conservatory, Silvia continued her studies with Riccardo Ghiani and with__ Raymond Guiot in Rome. In 2002, she obtained the "Premier Prix á l'unanimité avec les felicitations du jury", at the Paris Conservatoire (France). Alongside her studies, Silvia has participated to Aurèle Nicolet's master classes at the Accademia Chigiana di Siena and followed classes with Emmanuel Pahud, Michel Debost, Jacques Zoon. She has won prizes at National and International Music Competitions, among which the prestigious Syrinx International Flute Competition in Rome (Italy), the Prix de l'Académie de Villecroze (France), Lion club competition, Italy and Premier Grand Prix and Public Prize of the 56th Geneva International Music Competition (Switzerland).
Since 2004 Silvia is principal flute of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin (Iván Fischer, conductor) and from 2012 she holds the same position at the Kammerakademie Potsdam. Regularly she guests as principal flute with WDR Symphony Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Budápest Festival Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and Bamberger Symphoniker.
She teaches at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin (Germany) and at the Conservatorio de Musica (postgraduate classes) in Badajoz (Spain).

Ory Schneor

was born in Haifa, Israel in 1984.
After finishing his "Diplome de Soliste" and "Diplome d'enseignement" with Prof. Jacques Zoon at the "Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève" (Switzerland), he continued his studies at the "Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia" in Madrid (Spain) with Prof. Jacques Zoon and Assistant Prof. Aniela Frey. In the 2010/11 Academic year Ory was selected as a distinguished student and received a special diploma from Her Majesty Queen Sofía of Spain.

He studied with Yossi Arnheim and Shimon Weinrid at the "Buchman-Mehta School of Music" in Tel Aviv (Israel). In addition, he participated in master classes with William Bennett, Philippe Bernold, Karl-Heinz Schutz, Rien de Riede, Michel Debost, Hansgeorg Schmeiser, Raffaele Trevisani and many others.
Ory won many prizes on various competitions: "The Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition" (USA), "The International Haifa Flute Competition" (Israel), "The Buchman-Mehta School of Music - Solo and Chamber Music Competition" (Israel).
As the flutist he performed in various orchestras such as: Orchestra Mozart, Orquesta Sinfonica de Madrid, Orchestre de Chambre de Genève, Orchester Purpur, Weinberger Kammerorchester, Raanana Symphony Orchestra, Herzliya Chamber Orchestra, Ashdod Chamber Orchestra & "Yuval" Orchestra. He participated in numerous international festivals in Japan, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Germany. As soloist, he played with the "Orchestre de la Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève" (Switzerland) and the Israeli String Ensemble, Haifa (Israel).

Pianist Denys Masliuk

born in Ucraine, after studying piano at the Music Lyceum graduated with distinction at the Academy of Music in Minsk (Belarus) with Prof. S. I. Ivanova and later with Prof. S. S. Mikulika, where he studied with the scholarship of Belarus Ministry of Culture. He continued his studies at Hochschulle für Musik "​​Hanns Eisler" in Berlin (Germany), with Prof. G. I. Hillenhagen-Iwanzowa.
During his pianistic path he won several first prizes and other recognitions: International piano competition "Balis Dvarionas" in Lithuania, International piano competition "Marco Fortini" Bologna (Italy), International piano competition "San Nicolo di Bari" (Italy), "F. Liszt" Utrecht (Netherlands), "Aleksander Scriabin" Grosetto (Italy). As a soloist Denys performs with symphony orchestras as well as soloist and as a member of chamber music with famous musicians in Slovenia and Europe. Since 2004 he is a piano Professor at the Koper Artistic High School.

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