martes, 26 de julio de 2016

Concierto Óscar Prados Sillero(piano) y Victoria Castiñeira Romero(violín) en la casa-museo Szymanowski "ATMA" Festival julio 2016,Zakopane(Polonia)

39. Days of Karol Szymanowski’s Music in Katowice (July 2016) Concert program Óscar Prados Sonata for Violin and Piano (world premiere) Óscar Prados Three impromptus for solo piano Karol Szymanowski Mythes – Trois poèmes for violin and piano, op. 30 I. La Fontaine d’Arethuse II. Narcisse III. Dryades et Pan

Biographies Victoria Castiñeira Victoria Castiñeira was born in 1985 in Madrid (Spain). She studied in that city at the Conservatory “Joaquín Turina” and at the Royal High Conservatory of Music of Madrid, finishing her degree in Violin with first class honours at the High Conservatory of Music “Rafael Orozco” of Córdoba. She studied under the guidance of Germán Ruiz Miranda (Chile), Miguel Natividad and Bruno Vidal (Spain) and Mary Tampere-Bezrodny (Estonia). She has also received advice from Jan Mark Sloman (EE.UU.), Mathis Fischer and Klaus Peters (Germany), Alexander Trotianski and Vladimir Balshin (Russia), and Ofer Falk and Stephanie Gonley (U.K.), among many others. She has often collaborated with Bilbao and Córdoba Symphony Orchestras, with which she has played in Spain, Austria and Czech Republic, recording CDs for Verso and Meliam Music. As soloist and chamber player, she has also recorded for Spanish Radio and Television (RTVE) and for several film soundtracks in Spain. She presented at the University of Córdoba (2011) her doctoral dissertation about Giovanni Battista Viotti’s violin concerts and his pedagogical violin writing. She combines her activity as violinist with teaching at Conservatory of Music of Úbeda (Spain). Óscar Prados Born in Córdoba (Spain) in 1983, Óscar Prados entered High Conservatory of Music “Rafael Orozco” in his home town, where he finished his musical degrees with first class honours in Piano (2006, under the guidance of Juan Miguel Moreno Calderón and María Dolores Moreno Güil) and in Composition (2010, through the tutelage of Francisco J. Martín Quintero and Juan de Dios García). He completed his studies in Composition by receiving advice from Carles Guinovart, José Manuel López-López, José María Sánchez-Verdú, Mauricio Sotelo, and Jorge E. López. He presented at the Autonomous University of Madrid (2012) his doctoral dissertation under the guidance of Yvan Nommick about the orchestral language of Manuel de Falla. In 2012, his work for large orchestra Chant des nuages du soir (premiered by the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Michal Kłauza’s conduction in October 2014) was awarded with the First Prize in the 1st Karol Szymanowski International Composers Competition. He also was a finalist in the I International Prize of Composition “Ireneu Segarra” (Barcelona, 2009). As piano player, he attended courses of pianists with Rita Wagner, Eulalia Solé, Jorge Luis Prats and Ana Guijarro. He combines currently his activity as composer with his work as teacher of Composition and Music Analysis at the Conservatory of Music of Lucena (Spain).

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