Roman Perucki - Organ

 

The Polish organist, Roman Perucki, graduated in 1985 from the Music Academy in Gdańsk in the organ class of Professor Leon Bator and up from 1985 is teaching there, now as the professor of the organ class. He also teaches in a secondary schools. He had continued his studies in master-classes in Poland and abroad.

 

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Stars & Planets – Amber Youth Philharmonic Orchestra

 

 

Dariusz Mikulski is in the family program for the first time this season. As part of an international encounter project of young musicians in Koszalin (Poland), a program is being developed, including "Die Planeten", the orchestral suite by Gustav Holst. J. Williams: Stars Wars, P. Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations for Violoncello and Orchestra with Tapalin Charoensook (Cello). Conductor: Chikara Imamura

 

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The Moscow-born violinist is an acclaimed by public and press soloist with performances in Europe, Russia, Asia and the USA, including uva under Saulius Sondeckis, Shinik Ham, Justus Frantz, Jaczek Kaspczyk, Theodore Kuchar.

She is a winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition, earned her degree at the Moscow Conservatory and her Masters with Prof. Zakhar Bron in Zurich. At the Zurich University of the Arts, she studied conducting with the specialist Marc Kissoczy with such success that she was immediately hired away from his studies in many countries eg Russia, Germany, Spain etc. She plays with partners such as Yuri Bashmet, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Justus Frantz, Liana Isakadse, Philippe Graffin, David Waterman, Alexey Shmitov, Ivan Rudin and Karen Shakhgaldyan. Unforgettable are their concerts with Beethoven sonatas all in Moscow.

Numerous tours in trio and quartet, they performed all over the world to China, South Africa, Cambodia, Singapore, etc. The String Trio was founded in 2012 by her, Magdalen Trio is her passion and celebrates Europe with great success. Ksenia Dubrovskaya is a regular guest at major German festivals such as the Festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the MDR Music Summer, the Mosel Festival, the Festival of Nations Bad Wörishofen, the Rencontres Musicales International d'Enghien (Belgium), the Ars Longa Music Festival (Moscow), the East-West Music Festival St. Pölten (Austria), the Contest Festival Gyumri (Armenia), Alba Music Festival (Italy) and the Finca Festival Frantz and Friends on Gran Canaria (Spain).

In addition to their concert obligations she gives master classes and is Juri member at international competitions.

Ksenia Dubrovskaya plays on a violin by Giovanni Battista Gabbrielli of 1770 It is on loan from the Reinhold Würth Music Foundation for particularly talented musician.

 

The Moscow-born violinist is an acclaimed by public and press soloist with performances in Europe, Russia, Asia and the USA, including uva under Saulius Sondeckis, Shinik Ham, Justus Frantz, Jaczek Kaspczyk, Theodore Kuchar.

She is a winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition, earned her degree at the Moscow Conservatory and her Masters with Prof. Zakhar Bron in Zurich. At the Zurich University of the Arts, she studied conducting with the specialist Marc Kissoczy with such success that she was immediately hired away from his studies in many countries eg Russia, Germany, Spain etc. She plays with partners such as Yuri Bashmet, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Justus Frantz, Liana Isakadse, Philippe Graffin, David Waterman, Alexey Shmitov, Ivan Rudin and Karen Shakhgaldyan. Unforgettable are their concerts with Beethoven sonatas all in Moscow.

Numerous tours in trio and quartet, they performed all over the world to China, South Africa, Cambodia, Singapore, etc. The String Trio was founded in 2012 by her, Magdalen Trio is her passion and celebrates Europe with great success. Ksenia Dubrovskaya is a regular guest at major German festivals such as the Festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the MDR Music Summer, the Mosel Festival, the Festival of Nations Bad Wörishofen, the Rencontres Musicales International d'Enghien (Belgium), the Ars Longa Music Festival (Moscow), the East-West Music Festival St. Pölten (Austria), the Contest Festival Gyumri (Armenia), Alba Music Festival (Italy) and the Finca Festival Frantz and Friends on Gran Canaria (Spain).

In addition to their concert obligations she gives master classes and is Juri member at international competitions.

Ksenia Dubrovskaya plays on a violin by Giovanni Battista Gabbrielli of 1770 It is on loan from the Reinhold Würth Music Foundation for particularly talented musician.

 

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