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Ananda has been surrounded by music since she was in the womb because her mother was playing flute, full time in an opera, ballet and symphonic orchestra and her father was conducting. Ananda started playing flute six months ago. This summer, she participated in the NY Philharmonic 30 day practice challenge! To her surprise, they featured her as participant in their Instagram stories writing how much they loved her flute performance of Theme from “A Little Night Music” by Mozart. Ananda won 1st Place in the Charleston International Music Competition - 2020 Romantic Music Competition in November 2020.
Was born in 2010, Chile (Viña del Mar), began playing at five years old, laureate of many international competitions for young musicians. She studies at Moscow Music School (Russia) under supervision of prof. Elena Isaeva.
Ewa Blazik was born in 2010. She started to learn playing the flute when she was 6 years old. She is a student of the Primary Music School of Emil Młynarski in Warsaw in the flute class of Maria Peradzyńska -Filip Ph.D. She is a laureate of competitions in wind instrument category, i.e. - The 30th Young Musician International Competition ‘Città di Barletta’ Italy, - The Fanfares Of Lviv Quarantine 2020, Ukraine - The IV International Competition for wind Instruments, Poland She also performed at the Warmińsko-Mazurska Philharmonic and took part in the flute master class in Poland.
Evgenia Shubina was born in Moscow. Winner of international competitions. Evgenia attends concerts and master classes of outstanding musicians with great interest. Hardworking, musical, sensitive girl; loves to improvise and compose music. She wants to become a worthy flutist and delight others with her creativity!
Zofia Baran was born on October 28, 2011in Warszaw. She is a student of the Karol Szymanowski State Music School Complex in Warsaw. Flute is taught for the third year in the class of professor Maria Peradzyńska. She is a laureate of several national flute competitions.
I was born on September 20, 2009 in Jurmala, Latvia. I'm studies flute at the National Art Secondary School “Emila Darzina Music school” in Riga. My flute teacher is a prominent Latvian flutist Dita Krenberga. I have participated in several competitions. Some of them: Muse 2019 International Music Competition – first prize; VII Stockholm International Music Competition – first prize; 2019 “ Viena” Grand Prize Virtuoso – first prize; Golden Classical Music Awards, New York 2019 – first prize; Glory Int’l Strings, Winds & Percussion Competition 2020 – first prize; V Odin International Music Competition 2020 – first prize; Karlis Strals XXth International competition “Young Flutist” – first prize. I have performed at the winners concerts: Glaserner Saal, Musikverein, Viena; Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York e.t.c.
Ryan Wang is a 11-year old boy. He is a 6th grader at Ida Price Middle School, San Jose CA. He started playing flute at the age of 7 under the guidance of his mother Li-Ling Chen. He was the second place winner of INSTRUMENTAL SOLO ELEMENTARY in the United States Open Music Competition (USOMC) in 2018 and 2019. In 2020, he won second place of SHOWCASE INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE-SONATAS INTERMEDIATE in USOMC, and second place of INSTRUMENTAL SOLO JUNIOR GROUP A in USOMC. Ryan loves flute and he will continue on playing flute.
Lelde Pucite was born on December 14, 2007 in the city of Jurmala, Latvia. She has been studying flute since the age of six at Emil`s Darzins Music School, in Riga, Latvia. Since September 2018 Lelde`s teacher is Dita Krenberga. Lelde Pucīte is the winner of 19 competitions in Latvia and abroad. Lelde has participated in competitions and festivals in Lithuania, Russia, Belarus, Serbia and Italy. In addition to the modern flute, Lelde learns the baroque traverse flute.
Madara born in 2009. From 01.09.2016. – till today she attends “Emils Darzins Music School” wind instrument oboe specialty . From 09.2019 take participating girls’ chamber choir ”Tonika”. Madara is communicative, success-oriented and energetic. She likes horse riding, swimming and drawing. Madara is several international competitions laureate, such as XX International Competition for Woodwind Instruments Jurmala 2019 , The IV International competition of young performersvof wind musical instruments „Naujene WIND 2020”, MusiComicaMente Perusia Harmonica Classic Music OnLine Competition.
Born in Porto, Portugal (2007), she started learning saxophone at the age of 8. Today she study at Costa Cabral Music Academy in Porto, in the class of Jorge Sousa. Masterclasses with: Henk van Twillert,, Vicent David, Kenneth Tse, Nicolas Prost, Mario Marzi, Henrique Portovedo, Rob Buckland, Michel Supéra, Fernando Ramos, etc... Competitons, in her category, she won: “Internacional Winds Competition of Alto Minho” Portugal; “Parisian Saxophone Competition” France; “International Competition Adolphe Sax L’Hay les Roses” France; “New Talent British International Music Competition” UK; “Odin International Music Competition” Estonia; “International Grand Music Competition” Russia; and “Texas International Music Competition” USA.
Davit Hakobyan is a 11 year-old musician, who plays the saxophone with great joy. His love for music started from early childhood. His Mom, being a musician herself, helps him navigate through this journey. Being the youngest in the class, he is working even harder to keep the bar. Davit likes to switch genres. One day you might catch him playing jazz, another day R&B and maybe even Armenian songs. Well, now that you are somewhat familiar with his journey I hope you will follow his path to success.
Kendall Fisher is currently a junior at Bentonville High School. She has been playing flute for six years. Kendall has been in Bentonville's highest ensemble and been featured in their marching shows for two consecutive years. She is an established competitive player, having made all-region band for five years, as well as been in the top Arkansas All State band.
Morgan Murphy is a 10th grade student at Bentonville High School in Bentonville, Arkansas, where she is a member of the Bentonville Pride Marching Band and Wind Ensemble. She has been playing flute for 4 years. Morgan is grateful for Mr. Greg Guiffria, Mrs. Sharon Burrall, Mr. Dylan Gililland, Mr. Philip Shewmaker, Mr. Tim Hendrix, and Mrs. Stephanie Richardson for their efforts in pushing her to improve as a musician.
I am Jenna Kate Bohnert. I have been playing the flute since sixth grade and participate in the marching band and symphonic band at my high school. I have made All Region band four years in a row and I also played in piano competitions when I was younger. I’ve always been drawn to music and I enjoy everything about it.
Veronica Li is currently an eleventh grader at Princeton Day School in New Jersey. She is also a third-year student at Juilliard Pre-College studying under Alan Kay with a clarinet concentration. She attended the High School Orchestra Program in 2019 at Interlochen Arts Camp and the Young Artists Summer Program in 2020 at Curtis Summerfest. Her other musical experiences include playing in the New Jersey Youth Symphony’s Philharmonia Orchestra (2016-2017) and in the middle school region band in Central Jersey as second chair with the CJMEA Intermediate Wind Ensemble in 2017. Veronica has consistently won first place numerous international competitions.
Ryan (Yan Ching) Lai was born in 2006. He began his clarinet studies in Vancouver Academy of Music following the clarinet teacher Christopher Lee in British Columbia, Canada when he was 10 years old and has dedicated his life to music since then. Winner of Classical and Romantic class for 12 years under in Vancouver Kiwanis Music Festival 2018, 2019, Richmond Music Festival 2019. First Place of “International Crescendo Competition”2020. Performed at Chilliwack Provincial Festival. January 2020, performed at Carnegie Hall in New York. November 2020, rewarded Golden Standing in 20th and 21th Century Composer of “KPU International Music Festival”.
Caroline Kao is 15 years old and attends tenth grade at The Urban School in San Francisco, CA. She has been playing oboe for five years and also plays bassoon, piano, and guitar. She studies oboe with James Moore at the Pre-College Program at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. In 2020, she won first place at the NY International Music Competition, second place at the Silicon Valley Competition, and second place at the KAMSA Music Competition, and attended the Young Artist Summer Program at Curtis. She was selected as first chair in the California All-State Honors Band in 2019.
Emanuel Sint ( 2004) was born in Madrid and grew up in Ireland. He started taking piano lessons with Elisaveta Blumina at the age of four and began taking bassoon lessons with Prof. Mathias Baier in Berlin at the age of nine. In the 2013-2014 season Emanuel was a member of the children's choir of the Berlin State Opera and performed with the children's choir of RTE (Irish Broadcasting) in Dublin. Due to his extraordinary musical talent, he was accepted into the Berlin music high school "Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach" in 2018 and also became a junior student at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin in the bassoon class of Prof. Rainer Luft. Emanuel won first prizes at the national competition "Jugend musiziert", and at the international competitions in Dublin, Paris and Stockholm. Since 2020, his artistic training has been supported by a scholarship from the International Music Academy Berlin and the association "Musikförderung Berliner Entdeckungen". Most recently, he won the Gran Prix in the international Competition for Wind and Percussion Instruments Performers “Northern Rhapsody” in Russia
Ashley Ko is a junior at Saratoga High School California. She has participated in the California Youth Symphony since 2016 and competes as a solo flautist to this day. She has been chosen to attend Northern California Flute Camp for two consecutive years, where she performed in masterclasses with professors of USC and Stanford University. Ashley is currently playing in the California Youth Symphony Wind Symphony as Principal Chair. She was a finalist for the United States International Music Competition in 2017, a winner of the United States Open Music Competition in 2020, winner of the American Fine Arts for the 2019-2020 season, and won first place in the 2020 American Protégé Music Competition. Ashley is currently studying flute with Liling Chen. .
Maciej Kasperek was born in 2003 in Warsaw. When he was 7 he started his musical education. Ever since he was very young he took part in numerus competitions playing on the flute solo and in chamber groups. Only in 2020 - 2 nd prize Switzerland – Iscart International Music Competition - 1 st prize in Serbia - International Competition – Constantine the Great - 1 st prize in 5 th Swiętokrzyski Festival For Blowing Instruments - 2 nd prize in 8 th Marian Katarzyński Flute Competition . In 2019 he took part in several competitions. He also played in Concertgebouworkest Young.
In 2017 and 2018 I was a finalist in the BBVA national competition of music. In April 2018 I won the prize ACCat for the best interpretation of a catalan piece. In the same month, I won the mention of honour in the Chamber music competition Higini Anglès. In 2018, I was a member of the Youth Orchestra of Vallès, Youth Orchestra of Diputació of Tarragona and Youth Symphonic Band of Diputació of Tarragona. In 2019 I entered the Young National Orchestra of Catalonia. In 2020 I won the Ferrer-Salat scolarship and the extraordinary prize of the Conservatori of Reus.
Hongbo Zhao, a 2020 undergraduate student of the School of Art, born in December 2002, began to learn clarinet at the age of 8 under the tutelage of Ma Ming, the former chief clarinet of the Hebei Symphony Orchestra. ) Professional, under the tutelage of Dr. Dong Lechen. In June 2019, he participated in the Hebei Province Clarinet International Art Week and won the first prize for outstanding performance. At the same time, he participated in the Jeffrey Olin master class and received unanimous praise. In July 2019, he participated in the Lanzhou International Clarinet Art Week and participated at the same time. He attended the Corrado Giuffredi master class and received unanimous praise. In November 2019, He participated in the Ivan Bridgekov master class and received unanimous praise. Won the intermediate category, clarinet second place of the 2020 Rocky Mountain Woodwind and brass Competition.
Higher Diploma of the Economic Technical Institute "B. Tallini ”of Castelforte. - Attending the third year of the triennium at the Ottorino Respighi Conservatory of Latina in the clarinet class of M ^ Francesco Belli. - Clarinet Masterclass at the Ottorino Respighi Conservatory on 28/05/2019 with M ^ Paolo Beltramini (First Clarinet of the Orchestra of Italian Switzerland) - Clarinet course with M ^ Giovanni Punzi (Principal Clarinet of the Copenhagen Philharmonic) at the Majella Sound Festival. - Third prize of the VII Music Competition "Crescendo Prize 2016" at the Teatro 13 in Florence on 05/06/2016. - Third prize of the IX Music Competition "Crescendo Award 2018" at the 13 Theater on 07/06/2018. - Participation in the concert "VISIONI FUTURE" with the Orchestra di Fiati Città di Ferentino with the presence of the Pianist Monaldo Bracconi on 19/11/2017. - Participation in the Festival "Fiati in Concerto" with the Wind Orchestra of the city of Ferentino on 02/07/2019 at Ceccano. - Participation in the Ferrandina 2019 Winds Festival with the Wind Orchestra of the city of Ferentino on 07/26/2019 - Participation in the Social World Film Festival with the Città di Ferentino wind orchestra on 27/07/2019 at Vico Equense - Participation in the Spring Concert with the Latin Philarmonia Orchestra with the performance of the Concertino in Bb for clarinet and orchestra under the direction of M ^ Francesco Belli on 08/05/2016 - Participation in the "La bacchetta D'oro" music competition with the G. Rossini di Larina wind orchestra with 1st Prize at Frosinone on 05/05/2019 - Third Eligible Result at the 2020-2021 auditions of the Rome Youth Orchestra on 10-10-2020 Third Eligible Result at the 2020-2021 auditions of the SAMNIUM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA on 06-12-20
Siyeon Esther Kim has started playing clarinet in 4th grade, in a small church organization that taught students. Throughout her years of playing clarinet, she enjoyed her times of learning to express and play for other people. It started off with that, and later with competitions, orchestras, and chamber groups. She have achieved in SYMF 1st place awards 3 times in 2016, 2017, and 2018. She also had the opportunity to join in orchestras in IUSD honor orchestras in 2015 as first chair, 2016, and 2018 also as first chair. Another opportunity she had got to play in was the PSYWE orchestra. Siyeon had also joined in a chamber group called JCM, and had gotten honors, which she and the chamber group got to play their songs in the opportunities given in concert halls, along with other chamber groups.
Started clarinet studies in 2012 at the “Alejandro García Caturla” elementary music school. In 2017 she entered “Amadeo Roldán” Conservatory, where currently studies her final year and integrates the Youth Symphonic Orchestra as principal clarinet. Rachel has participated in the First Encounter of New Clarinetists, the First National Clarinet Contest held in Havana (sponsored by Vandoren and Buffet Crampon), and the 4th , 5th and 6th editions of the international project “Fiesta de los Clarinetes”. She has received master classes from Jon Manasse (United States), Phillip O. Paglialonga (United States), Florent Heau (France), Florian Shüle (Germany), and Mauricio Murcia (Colombia)
Born in 2002 in Portugal, Manuel Teles is the winner of several competitions and prizes, from soloist to chamber music, as the Portuguese Young Musicians Award 2019, provided by the Portuguese radio Antena 2, INATEL Foundation Soloist Award, Cultivarte Competition, Vitor Santos International Saxophone Competition, and Silver Medal awarded by Palmela county.
Usually performs as a soloist and has a special relationship with some composers to write and premier some new works for the new Saxophone repertoire. Often plays with some orchestras, ensembles and groups from Classical to Modern Music, like Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, Ensemble MPMP, ESM, with some presentations in concert halls as Casa da Música, Altice Arena, Coliseu do Porto, Grande Auditório da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Aula Magna de Lisboa, among others.
Attended in masterclasses and workshops with Jean-Marie Londeix, Claude Delangle, Timothy McAllister, Vincent David, between many others. Worked directly with composers and conductors as Jacob TV, Jorge Salgueiro, Pedro Amaral, Daniel Bernardes, Lino Guerreiro and António Victorino d'Almeida.
After finished his high school studies with João Pedro Silva in Lisbon, Manuel is now studying in the Saxophone class of Mario Marzi at Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Verdi di Milano, in Italy.
I was born in 1998. Since 2020 I have a bachelor's degree in flute. Currently, I am studying for a master's degree at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. In August 2020, I took part in the international project of the Szczecin Philharmonic, International Lutoslawski Youth orchestra, where I played the 2nd flute part.
Martina Arampi si è diplomata brillantemente nel 2020 presso il conservatorio Franco Vittadini di Pavia. Ha intrapreso gli studi di flauto traverso sin da giovane, sotto la guida di M. Barbara Tartari, mostrando sin da subito propensione, meticolosità e doti spiccate nello strumento.Ad esso ha affiancato lo studio del pianoforte con i maestri Roberto Plano e Sabrina Dente. Ha frequentato i corsi pre-accademici presso il Conservatorio G. Puccini di Gallarate, con M. Dessislava Peteva e M. Fulvio Fiorio. Contemporaneamente ha conseguito la maturità linguistica con punteggio 100/100.Attualmente è iscritta al biennio ad indirizzo interpretativo presso il Conservatorio F. Vittadini di Pavia sotto la guida del M. Paola Fre. Ha seguito numerose masterclass in qualità di allieva effettiva con M. Valentini, M. Dessislava Peteva, M. Stefano Maffizzoni, M. Fulvio Fiorio, M. Francesco Loi e un corso di respirazione e consapevolezza corporea con M. Ermes Giussani. Ha partecipato a concorsi nazionali e internazionali, Concorso “ Insieme per cantare e danzare” di Verbania, “ Concorso Nazionale città di Piove di Sacco”, “ Concorso musicale nazionale civica scuola di musica di Milano” e alla prima edizione de “ Concorso Internazionale Sergio Zampetti di Saronno”. Nel 2017 è stata proclamata miglior solista al concorso Nazionale “ Civica Scuola di Musica” di Milano.Nel 2018 ha vinto il primo premio assoluto al concorso “ V. Centurione” di Genova, in duo con il flautista Gabriele La Venia, per il concorso di musica da camera. Ha partecipato a “ Maratona in rete”, “ Entriamo nella casa della musica” e “ Il giardino di suoni”, manifestazioni indette dal conservatorio Vivaldi di Alessandria. Collabora con L’ensemble di musica contemporanea del conservatorio di Alessandria e l’orchestra del Vivaldi, diretta da M. Marcello Rota e il “Trio instabile” ( Violino, flauto e pianoforte). È membro del corpo Musicale La Casoratese di Casorate Sempione, con cui ha partecipato a numerosi concorsi ( Bannio Anzino, Vimercate e Riva del Garda). Ha ricoperto il ruolo di primo flauto presso l’Orchestra Mozart di Novara. Attualmente è risultata l’unica varesina finalista della borsa di studio indetta dalla Samnium University of Music di Vienna. Accanto all’attività concertistica, affianca l’attività didattica presso la scuola allievi del Corpo musicale La Casoratese, Accademia Sant’Agostino di Biandronno e Ispra Blues Band.
Hourun Qu, a 2018 undergraduate student at the School of Arts of Shandong University, was under the tutelage of Dr. Dong Lechen, a young teacher of the school. Won the 2018 second-class academic scholarship, academic characteristic scholarship, and the third prize in the professional adult category of the first national clarinet concerto competition, College and Professional Category, Clarinet，second place winner of the Rocky Mountain Woodwind and Brass Competition，2018 Shandong Youth Actors Talent Show Competition, first prize of clarinet youth group A solo and ensemble，2020 Qilu Instrumental Competition Youth Western Wind Group First Prize and many other awards.
Michelle Hromin is an award-winning Croatian-American clarinetist based in New York City. She recently collaborated with the Metropolitan Opera and countertenor Anthony Roth Constanzo to give a preview performance of Philip Glass’s opera Ahknaten at the Brooklyn Museum. Michelle has collaborated with artists such as Julia Bullock and DeMarre McGill. She was named the winner of the 2019 Sidney Forrest Clarinet Competition and was featured as a guest artist with the Long Island Youth Orchestra and the Taconic Opera. Michelle has performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, and with the 1:2:1 Winds Festival, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Music Institute, and with the International Chamber Orchestra of America. She has served as principal clarinet of the New York Youth Symphony and Mannes Orchestra.
Massimo Restifo Pecorella (Venice 2000) obtained in 2019 the Bachelor Degree in Clarinet with 110 at the Conservatory of Venice and he attends the Master Degree in Clarinet at the Milan Conservatory. He enriched his education with masterclasses held by internationally renowned clarinetists such as M° Fabrizio Meloni. Winner of numerous prizes in international competitions, he ranked: 1st absolute in 2013 in Trento and in 2016 in Treviso, in 2020 1st at the CIMP Rossini International Competition of Pesaro, 1st at the ISCART in Lugano, the 3rd prize at the Crescendo International Competition that will let him play in Saint Petersburg. He has played as a soloist and orchestral in prestigious palaces in Venice. In 2019 he collaborated with the Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra (RO) and later at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice as the first clarinet.
Wojciech Buczek born on April 26, 2000 in Bielsko Biała, Poland. As a little boy, he did not show any interest in music. He played football, rode a bicycle like his peers. He started his adventure with music very late, at the age of 14. For three months of playing the clarinet, he entered the state music school in Bielsko Biała. In just three years he completed twelve years of music education. He graduated with a very good grade in the clarinet class of Łukasz Iskrzycki. At the age of 18, he got into Piotr Lato clarinet class at the Academy of Music in Krakow, where he continues to develop his instrument playing skills.
He is a Colombian musician, he studies in the National University of Colombia and belongs to the Young Philharmonic of Colombia, Jhoan Has had some national and international tours with the orchestra. He has also won the contest of young scholars at the national level of the International music festival of Cartagena. He has been under the baton of directors such as Andres Orozco-Estrada, Lawrence Renes, Tobias Wunderli. He has performed in prestigious concert halls such as Musikverein Goldener Saal (Vienna), Tonhalle (Zurich), Konzertaus Freiburg, Liederhalle (Stuttgart), Brucknerhaus (Linz), Alte Oper (Frankfurt), Cologne Philharmonie, Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo (Bogota) among others.
I was born on 23th of November, 1998 in Ternopil, Ukraine. I studied at Ternopil Coledge of Music named after Solomiya Krushelnytska at the class of Andrii Dolishnii. In 2018 I graduated the coledge and continued my study at the Academy of Music in Kraków with a dr Damian Lipień. During my study I participated in a numerous count of international EDUCATION Ternopil Secondary School with a special learnings of Physical Education Finished with a honor Ternopil Music School Studied in the class of a pedagogue Andrii Palytsya Ternopil Coledge of Music named after Solomiya Krushelnytska Finished with a honor and titles — Artist of orchestra, ensemble; Teacher of primary specialized art education institution (Orchestral winds and percussion instruments); Leader of amateur group (Orchestras, ensembles); Conductor; in the class of a pedagogue Andrii Dolishnii. Academy of Music in Kraków Currently studying on the third year of bachelor MASTERCLASSES Took part in the masterclasses of Sophie Dervaux (France), Valerii Popov (Russia), Volodymyr Apatskii (Ukraine), Carlo Colombo (France), Tomáš Františ (Czech Republic), Konstantin Yakovlev (Russia), David Tomas Realp (Germany)
Tan Yun Qu is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Music majoring in saxophone performance at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. During her time in NAFA, Yun Qu has been the finalist of the 2020 NAFA-Kris Foundation Fund Concerto Competition and has also been awarded for her academic and musical excellence with both the Tan Chay Bing Scholarship (2019) and OCBC Local Undergraduate Scholarship award (2020). She is also an avid performer of chamber music and is part of Singapore-based saxophone groups such as the Protégé Saxophone Ensemble and the New Meta Saxophone Quartet.
Danielle Ong is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Music (Honours) at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) in Singapore under the tutelage of Dr Leslie Wong Kah Ho. Her recent achievements include the San San Music Merit Award for her first year of Bachelor studies and overall winner for the Woodwind category in the NAFA Concerto Competition 2020. As an active musician and teacher who regularly participates in international/local performances, masterclasses and outreach projects, she believes in giving back to society through music and hopes to help establish a strong base of musicians in her community.
He started playing the accordion at the age of 6. He is currently a student at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. He is a multiple winner of national and international competitions.
Crystal Kim was born in South Korea and raised in Texas, where she began playing the flute at the age of 10. Since recognizing her love for music, she has continued to perform in both competitive and concert settings. She has previously been named winner or finalist of many competitions, including the Claire Johnson Flute Soloist Competition and the Austin Flute Club YAC, and has also performed as a guest soloist with several orchestras. Crystal received her Bachelor’s degree in Flute Performance from Vanderbilt University and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree with Lorna McGhee at Carnegie Mellon University.
Marcelina Błasiak was born in 1996 ( Poland). She is student of flute at Music Academy in Łódź (Poland). Currently student in class of Dejan Gavric at Johaness Gutenberg University in Mainz (Germany). She participated in music courses led by Carlos Bruneel, András Adorján, Janos Balint. She won few prizes with flute quartet and she recorded album “Flute Impressions” with flute orchestra in 2017, which received bronze medal from Global Music Awards. In 2019 Marcelina participated in project "Triangle Orchestra"where took place premiere of Henoch Kon's opera "Bas- sheve", which is the only one opera in Yiddish which survived.
Flautist Chaeyoung Lee was born in Seoul, Korea. She started to learning and majoring in flute at age 13 with Uikyung Park. She graduated from Sunhwa Arts High School. She has won the 2020 International Music Competition Bonn “Grand Prize Virtuoso” as a First Prize winner. She has also won the grand prize for the whole woodwind instruments and the first prize at the Seoul Art Competition. She has also won awards at the Haneum Music Competition and Seoul Music Competition. She is now pursuing a BMus degree at Royal College of Music studying with Sue Thomas and Katie Bedford. She has performed in masterclasses for Mathieu Dufour, Karl Heinz Schutz, Julien Beaudiment, Michel Moragues, Sandrine Tilly, Sandrine Francois, Claude Lefebvre, Jose-Daniel Castellon, Henrik Wiese, Jonathan Keeble, Hideaki Sakai and Brad Garner.
Double Flute master performance degrees, graduated with honor in Conservatorio Svizzera Italiana in Mario Anicillotti's class and Sichuan Conservatory of music in Ji Zhu's class. The organizer of Ciao international music festival. Flute major teacher in Sichuan Conservatory of music in China, second flute in conservatory professional orchestra. Participate the solo, chamber music and orchestra performance in Suoni Riflessi in Italy, Kusatsu music festival in Japan, Musicalta festival in France and many festival in China.
Yoana Dimova was born in the city of Plovdiv in 1994. In 2013 was accepted to the NAM “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Sofia, in the flute class of Prof. Lidia Oshavkova. She won awards in the competition "Music and the Earth" in Sofia: • 2017 - Awarded two First Prizes for chamber ensemble • 2019 - First prize for chamber ensemble In 2016 won third prize in the International Flute Competition, Varna. In 2018 he won the first prize of the Academic Competition "Prof. Nikola Stefanov" for wooden wind instruments – Sofia. She has participated in the master classes of Prof. Lydia Oshavkova, Philippe Bernold, Felix Renggli, Michel Lavignole , Sandrine François, Adah Jones, Evgenia Epshtein, Ana Domančić.
Born in Tbilisi, Georgia 24.03.1996. She started musical education at age 6 with playing classical piano at Z.Paliashvili Tbilisi Central music school. At age 14 she started to play on flute in class of Nugzar Kiknadze. at the same time Nino was journalist in children's TV studio. 2014 - She passed at V.Sarajishvili Tbilisi state conservatoire in class of Meri Zhvania. 2016-2017 - She god Erasmus + scholarship and went to study at Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo 9 class of Tom Ottar Andreassen ) Since 2010 she is active participant in different concerts, chamber ensembles, orchestras ,festivals and masterclasses. During this years she got various scholarships : Academic achievement scholarship, Conservatoire's nominal scholarship, IFSB scholarship for international summer seminars in Bruges, Belgium. City hall Scholarship, Erasmus +, Creative Georgia grant for short term education. Since 2019 Nino is part Pan-Caucasia youth symphonic orchestra at Tsinandali Festival. Present days she continues her master degree at Tbilisi State Conservatoire and searches new opportunities to develop her future career
Anna began her musical studies at the age of 7. She obtained the Diplom at the Wiener Musikakademie with Simon Ibanez last September and is currently studying at the Anton Brückner Privatuniversität in Linz, Austria, with Gernot Fresacher. Anna has performed with "Jove Orquestra Auditori Girona', "Fo-Guang Youth Orchestra", Ton der Jugend Symphony Orchestra Vienna, Richard Wagner Chamber Orchestra, Vienna Ibero-American Orchestra, Junge Philharmonie Orchester Niedersachsen, The new Symphony Vienna, Oper im Berg Festival Orchestra (Salzburg) and other orchestras. In recent years Anna has performed in halls such as Goldener Saal and Brahms Saal (Musikverein), Altes Rathaus, Odeon Theater, ORF-Kulturhaus, Rathaus, MuTh and Konzerthaus in Vienna; and participated in a tour in China too. She also participated in Strenes Festival in Spain, "Vienna Summer Music Festival" and Oper im Berg Festival in Salzburg. At the age of 11, Anna won "Honourable Mention" from "8ns Premis d'Interpretació i Composició" in Girona, Spain.
Jakub Chomiczewski was born on 2nd July 1997. In 2016-2017 he studied at University of the Arts Bern in Switzerland with prof. Ernesto Molinari. He graduated from the Music Academy in Bydgoszcz (2017-2020). Since 2020 he's been studying at The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Białystok. He’s won the 1st Prize in Grand Music Competition 2020 in Moscow and the IV International online-competition arts "Music Modern". He cooperated with the Pomeranian Philharmonic, Podlaskie Opera and Philharmonic in Poland.
Dimitri Bokolishvili 18.10.1985 (Clarinet) firstname.lastname@example.org Principal Clarinet of Mannheimer Philharmoniker, Mannheim, Germany Teacher at the Tbilisi State Conservatory, Gerogia, Tbilisi 2014-2016 Principal Clarinet of the Contemporary Music ‘’Ensemble Novecento’’, Music Director - Carlo Rizzari, Ivan Fedelle. Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Italy Education 2002-2008 V. Sarajishvili State Conservatory, Master Degree. Tbilisi, Georgia 2012-2016 Postgraduate at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, with Alessandro Carbonare. Rome, Italy Competitions 1St Prize at the International Competition ‘’AGIMUS’’ Citta di Padova – Padova, Italy 2014 Finalist at the International Competition ‘’Le Prix International de Musique Promusicis’’ 2015 Paris,France International Festivals: 2013 Recital at the World Clarinet Festival - Assisi, Italy 2016- Recital At the International Clarinet Festival – Camerino, Italy 2018- Recital at the European Clarinet Festival – Ostend, Belgium 2019 Recitals on 13 SINTESE Festival of Contemporary Music, Guarda, Castelo Branco, Portugal. Member of The ’World Clarinet Alliance’’ (WKA) Member of the ‘’Accademia Italiana del Clarinetto’’
・Begin the piano at the age of 4 and the Clarinet at the age of 10 ・Finish Master at Tokyo College of Music and Perfectionnement at CRR of Versailles ・The first prize of the 45th competition "Sanyo" ・The first prize of the 27th and 29th competition "Chugoku-Youth" ・Guiseppe Garbarino special prize at Premio di Interpretazione Musicale Città di Chiavari ・Study with Shuji Ashida, Nori Yuki Kumazawa, Kenji Matsumoto, Philippe Cuper and Hugues Soualhat
Jonas Morkunas is studying at Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana in the class of professor Francois Benda. A laureate of numerous international competitions, he has performed solo with the Lithuanian State Wind Orchestra "Trimitas" and Vilnius University Chamber Orchestra. He has given recitals at Thomas Mann, Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis and Sobrio music festivals and played with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltic Sea Philharmonic as an orchestral musician. Granted the Nominal Jonas Aleksa Scholarship for artistic merits, he had masterclasses with clarinetists Pascal Moragues, Alessandro Carbonare and Yehuda Gilad.
Diana Pilate is 23 years old and she is currently studying at Vytautas Magnus University (Music Academy) for Master's degree in Performance. She is studying under the supervision of Professor Andrius Bernotaitis. She graduated from Daugavpils University with honors in the degree in Music teacher (wind instruments). She graduated from High Music School in the speciality of bassoon and other instruments. Before she also played the saxophone and oboe. She participated in different international music competions and she was laureate in Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia, Ukraine and Poland. She plays wind and symphony orchestras all over Europe. She plays various instruments and regularly performs on tours with music group and orchestras. Also she studied as an Erasmus student in Lithuania. She showed herself as a talented and hard-working performer, who pursues new knowledge and work experience and constantly enchances her skills thanks to different training, courses. Erasmus projects, internships and master classes.
Nola Preston is a clarinetist in the Dallas area. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in Clarinet Performance at Southern Methodist University, where she studies with principal clarinetist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Gregory Raden. Nola also holds a bachelor's degree from Columbus State University, where she studied with Lisa Oberlander. Nola maintains an active performance schedule and private studio in the DFW area.
Clarinetist Samuel Marques regularly collaborates as a guest musician with Portugal’s Gulbenkian Orchestra, Remix Ensemble Casa da Música, Filarmonia das Beiras Orchestra and Portuguese Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as with Germany’s Mannheimer Philharmoniker. Mr. Marques is on the Clarinet faculty at Jobra Music Conservatory (Branca, Portugal), Colégio Moderno Music School (Lisbon, Portugal), Quinta do Picado Music Academy (Aveiro, Portugal) and Albergaria Club Music Academy (Albergaria-a-Velha, Portugal). Samuel is a Silverstein Works Next Generation artist and is currently the Guest Clarinetist – 2nd Soloist at Orquestra Clássica do Sul (South Classical Orchestra) in Portugal. www.samuel-marques.com
Heralded as “highly virtuosic” (The Saxophonist) and “a saxophonist in command of his instrument, with no shortage of hues in his playing” (Dr. Bob Fuson II), saxophonist Nicholas May is sought after as a highly expressive, intuitive performer that is quickly garnering attention for his compelling programs comprising transcriptions of works written originally for the violin that have been described as “Incredible, bringing to life some of the best music that has ever been written” (Maestro Hughes, Arapahoe Philharmonic). Since his solo debut at the age of sixteen with the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra, May’s career has taken him throughout the United States, Singapore, Germany, Sweden, and Denmark appearing recurrently as a guest artist and recitalist.
email@example.com Experience:Youth Orchestras:-Spain National Youth Orchestra, First Bassoon y Second Bassoon. Supervised by: David Tomás, Juan Pechuán, Jose Luis Estellés, Claudia Walker, Andre Cebrian, Darío Mariño-Netherlands National Youth Orchestra, ContraBassoon. Mahler 9th Symphony-Romania National Youth Orchestra, First Bassoon and Second Bassoon-Italian National Youth Orchestra, ContraBassoon Soloist-Mexico National Youth Orchestra, First Bassoon. Supervised by: Arturo Marquez-National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, First Bassoon-Costa Rica National Youth Orchestra, First Bassoon-Eurochestries Festival Orchestra, First Bassoon-Andalucía Youth Orchestra, ContraBassoon and Second Bassoon -Andalucía Baroque Orchestra, First Bassoon. Supervised by: Antonio LozanoProfessional Orchestras:-Baden Baden Philharmonic Orchestra, Second Bassoon and ContraBassoon-Málaga Philharmonic Orchestra, Second Bassoon, Third Bassoon and ContraBassoon-O.R.S.O. Orchestra Freiburg, Second Bassoon -City Lights Concerts of Luzern, Second Bassoon-Andalusian Lyric Theatre Orchestra, First Bassoon-AICEA Symphony Orchestra, Second Bassoon-Málaga Symphony Orchestra, Second Bassoon, Third Bassoon and ContraBassoon-Junge Kammerphilharmonie Freiburg, Third Bassoon -Penedès Chamber Orchestra, First BassoonStudies:Conservatoires:-Conservatoire Martín Tenllado in Málaga, 9/2002 until 6/2013. Teacher: Francisco Puyana-Conservatoire Victoria Eugenia in Granada,9/2013 until 12/2014. Teacher: Bartolome Mayor-Conservatory Superior of Music in Málaga, 12/2014 until 6/2017. Teacher: Antonio Lozano-Conservatory Superior of Music in Freiburg,9/2018. Teacher: Diego ChennaMasterclass:-Sergio Azzolini, Internacional Soloist-Gustavo Nuñez, Soloist of Royal Concergebow Orchestra-Sophie Dervaux, Soloist of Vienna Phiharmonic Orchestra-Marco Posthinghel,Soloist of Bavarian Radio Orchestra-Andrea Zucco,Soloist of Santa Cecilia Orchestra-Ole Kristian Dahl, Soloist of WDR Symphony Orchestra-Antonio Lozano, Soloist of Malaga Philharmonic OrchestraInteresting Projects:-Now is Finalist for Co-Principal Position in Malasia Philharmonic Orchestra-He has Played in Concert Halls as: Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, Philharmonie of París, Mexi-co National Auditorium, Spain National Auditorium, Musikverein of Viena, Romanian Ateneo, Grand Theatre of Wuxi, Grand Theatre of Shanghai, Mexico National Auditorium
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