1st CJET Finalists Concert
+ art exhibition by Mariana Alzamora
November 27th, 2020 - 18:30 and 20:30
Exhibition - 17:30 and 19:30
SÓLLER: Escolapies Chapel
1r Concurs de Joves Ensemble Tramuntana
Conductor: Barry Sargent
Burlesque de Quixotte - Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767)
1.Ouverture 3.Son Attaques des Moulins
Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041 - Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
Soloist: Esperança Recio
Cello Concerto nº1 in C Major - Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809)
Soloist: Joan Fiol
Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042 - J.S.Bach
Soloist: Carme Alzina
Violin Concerto in C Major - J.Haydn
Soloist: Mercè Pla
La Folia - Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741)
Violins: Barry Sargent
Viola: Margalida Gual
Cello: Marc Alomar
Bass: Pablo Moreno
November 27, 2020 at the Chapel of the Escolàpies in Sóller
17:30 Opening of doors and access to the art exhibition of Mariana Alzamora.
18:30 Concert I
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19:30 Opening of doors and access to the art exhibition of Mariana Alzamora.
20:30 Concert II
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Mariana Alzamora was born in USA in 1948.
She was raised in Lima, Peru. The family left the country in 1963 after the death of her father in 1961, and in 1963 moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan, the hometown of her mother, artist Jeanne Alzamora.
In 1969 she left the University of Michigan before completing her degree, dissatisfied with the approach to the art curriculum. She travelled and settled in Lindos, Rhodes, Greece, where she worked on a series of paintings she called The Kingdom Within. In 1972 she returned to Peru.
In 1977 she moved to Florida with her two small sons.
In Boca Grande, Gasparilla Island Studios, created by her mother, enabled Mariana to develop an ample body of work both in clay and painting on silk celebrating the abundant sea life and lush vegetation of the island.
In 1988, in the Retablos, she returned to the human figure this time in low and high relief clay panels, enclosed and framed. In time the images would hang without an enclosure, and later become free standing forms. Mariana Alzamora has been invited for one woman exhibitions at Ruth Jones Gallery, Boca Grande; Olin Gallery at Kenyon College, Ohio; St Louis Center for the Arts; Fort Myers, Art Alliance; Johan Fust Library, Boca Grande.
In 2001 she moved to Costa Rica.
She created large oil paintings. free from the gravity of the clay. The paintings became studies in color and light with themes "taught by the clay".
In 2004 she came back to the Mediterranean, settling in her current home in Mallorca. She learned to engrave in copper, to record and further develop ideas originating in clay and in painting. At present, in artists books. she incorporates the printed image with text.
In Mallorca she has designed and painted the costumes for the opera by Mike Watts inspired by Federico García Lorca's first play El Maleficio de la Mariposa.
Mariana Alzamora's recent work on paper, are exercises of the wave, of light, color, integration, desintegration, cooperation, opposition, control, flow, letting go.
Works by Mariana Alzamora can be found in institutions and public collections, as in the Print and Drawing Study Room of The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and in private collections around the world.
Born in Cincinnati (USA), where he begins his musical studies with Sigmund Effron. At the age of 15 he performs as soloist with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the following year with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. He continues his studies with Andor Toth at the Oberlin Conservatory where he graduates with "High Honors". Later he moves his residency to Paris to broaden his violinistic knowledge with the leadership of Gerard Poulet. In this same city he comes in contact with the cellist Christophe Coin, who invites him to play with the Ensemble Mosaïque, encouraging him to investigate and interpret with historic instruments. He studies baroque violin with Monica Huggett.
Since then he has been concertmaster of prestigious baroque ensembles; in France with Les Arts Florissants, Les Talents Liriques, Seminario Musicale, in Holand with the Bach Vereinigen, in Italy with Promo Musica, in Germany with Kölner Academie and concertmaster-conductor of Concerto Köln. He has collaborated as well with Frans Brüggen, Ton Koopman, Jordi Savall, Christopher Hogwood and Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
In Spain, where he resides, he has been first violin of Al Ayre Español, invited concertmaster of Gran Teatre de Liceu in Barcelona, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Extremadura Orchestra, Euskadi Symphony Orchestra, Navarra Symphony Orchestra, Canary Islands Philharmonic Orchestra. His work as a conductor has been extens in Spain. He has been founder and director of three orchestras: Seville Barroque Orchestra, Camerata Sa Nostra and Mallorca Baroque Orchestra. He has conducted the Canary Islands Philharmonic Orchestra, Granollers Orchestra, Menorca Island Orchestra, City of Granada Orchestra, Terrassa 48 Chamber Orchestra, the Jove de Catalunya and the Jove Barroca of Andalucia. Presently he's the conductor of Ensemble Tramuntana
Violinist of classical formation. In 2000 he begins studying Jazz with the guitarist Martin Negro and World Music. Since then he's incorporated in diferent groups of different styles. Groups such as: Jaume Compte y nafas ensemble (World Music) with which he's recorded discs "Ale" "Tariq" and "Voda"; Martin Negro y Palma ensemble (tango-jazz) with which he's recorded the disc "Fiebre Mallorquina"; Pilgrims Formació of bluegrass with which he's recorded the disc "Pilgrims bluegrass"; Piolet swing (Jazz Manouche). He's a violin professor at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música y Danza de Mallorca.
Born in Mallorca, she studied violin with Ramón Andreu and Barry Sargent, besides attending David Peralta’s summer course in 2007. She continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln (Cologne, Germany) with a Bachelor on the modern violin under Ariadne Daskalakis's tutelage while receiving baroque violin lessons from Richard Gwilt. She graduated with a “Cum Laude” from the Master’s Instrument in Historic Perspective at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (Netherlands), where she studied baroque violin with Antoinette Lohmann and modern violin with Johannes Leertouwer.
She’s been invited to play in youth orchestras around Spain, such as Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya, Jove Orquestra Simfònica de Castelló, Jove Orquestra Barroca de Mallorca and Jove Orquestra de Cambra Illa de Menorca.
As a young professional, she’s performed in Germany with the Kölner Kammerorchester, Neuen Rheinischen Kammerorchester Köln, Kölner Akademie, Orchester Düsseldorfer Altstadtherbst and for the contemporary composers collective Zeitklang, besides being a member of the EOS Kammerorchester; specialized in
contemporary music, they work with known Jazz musicians, such as Niels Klein and Ingrid Laubrock, recording new CD’s with music written exclusively for the ensemble. In the Netherlands, she regularly plays with the Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht (both with original and modern instruments, besides innovating projects, such as historically informed performances of Brahms symphonies) and is a member of the Spanish baroque music group La Pícara. She’s also had the privilege to work as concertmaster under the baton of Jos Van Veldhoven and Peter Van Heyghen, as well as principal second for the Nederlandse Bachvereniging with Shunske Sato as concertmaster-conductor. In Spain she has played with Orquestra de Cambra Illa de Menorca, and besides helping to organize 3 music festivals in Mallorca, she’s the concertmaster of Ensemble Tramuntana.
She completed her Master's degree at the Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz (Poland), where she studied violin with Vadim Brodski. At the same academy she studied baroque violin and obtained a Bachelor's degree with Irmgard Schaller-Gwilt and a Master's degree with Daniel Deuter. In 2019 she graduated from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam where she studied baroque violin and viola with Antoinette Lohmann.
She performs with many orchestras and ensembles in Europe, both on modern and period instruments. She was a member of the Konfraternia Caper Lublinensis, an ensemble promoting early music performed on period instruments in Poland. Currently she is an intern at the Arte dei Suonatori Orquestra.
She studies at the Superior Conservatory of the Balearic Islands in Palma de Mallorca. She continues her formation in Barcelona and Trossingen (Germany), where she obtains a Master in Early Music with Anton Steck. At the same time she partakes in diferent violin courses (modern and baroque) and chamber music all around Spain and Europe. She has colaborated with symphony orchestras and chamber ones such as the OSB (Orq. Simf. de les Illes Balears), Orquestra de Cambra del Maresme, Orquestra de Cambra de Granollers and OSV (Orq. Simf. del Vallès), among others. She has colaborated withd iferent ensembles of early music such as Les Ambassadeurs (France); Ensemble Mvsiche Varie, Il Bacio d’amor, Young European Baroque Orchestra (Germany); Spira Mirabilis (Italy), Geldart Ensemble, Albion Baroque Orchestra (London); Al Ayre Español, Studium Aureum (Spain). She was member of the EUBO 2010 (European Union Baroque Orchestra) and was invited to the EUBO 2014 (as soloist). She's a member of the Teatre Instrumental, the Acadèmia de les Llums, the Ensemble Barroc de Mallorca and the Orquestra de Cambra Illa de Menorca, as well of the Ensemble Tramuntana.
She has edited sonatas for violin and b.c. by Mvsiche Varie. She has updated them for
electric violin. Margalida Gual has participated in recordings for labels such as EMI Virgin, Estonian Record Productions and Columna Música.
At the present she's a professor in violin and music and movement at the Municipal School of Music and Dance in Ciutadella, a task she combines with collaborations with diferent groups and ensembles all around Europe.
He has recieved a degree by the Conservatorio Superior de las Islas Baleares, where he obtained the Extraordinary Prize End of Degree. His interest for baroque music takes him to the Conservatory of Toulouse, where he begins historic interpretation with Tormod Dalen and Mathurin Matharel and graduates in 2017. Presently he's a masters student at the Haute École de Musique in Geneva, with professor Bruno Cocset.
His ofrmation in historic interpretation has extended with master classes with Christophe Coin, Phoebe Carrai, Stefano Veggetti, and Marco Testori. He has performed in early music festivals in Innsbruck with the Academia Montis Regalis, and at the festival of Saintes with the Jeune Orchestre de l’Abbaye. Presently he's a member of the Theresia orchestra (Chiara Banchini), and in 2019 he'll perform with Le Concert des Nations (Jordi Savall) in the integral Beethoven symphonies.
He began studying music in the specialty of double bass in 1998, at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Cartagena, with Professor Hugo Valero Muñoz, finishing in 2007, at the age of 19. From 2002 to 2007, he was a member of the Youth Orchestra of the Murica Region, receiving classes from teachers such as: Miguel Franco, Rustem Gabdullin, Nazareth Kiourchian, Frano Kakarigi, Tashko Tashev, others; and participating in all the activities and concerts carried out by the same in different localities of Spain and Europe; and in the US as a collaborator of this orchestra in 2009, with concerts at Lincoln Center (New York), and McCormick Place (Chicago). He has participated in various meetings and music festivals and young orchestras, such as the Press Jove de Lucena (Córdoba) conducted by James Ross in 2003; and at the International Festival of Youth Orchestras (FIOJ), in Murcia.
In 2007 he began his studies in the Double Bass Chair of the Reina Sofía Higher Music School, with professors Duncan Mctier and Antonio García Araque. In this institution he received master classes in double bass from professors Slawomir Grenda and Janne Saksala. He has also received master classes in chamber music taught by teachers: Diemut Poppen, Radovan Vlatkovic, Hänsjorg Schellenberger, Stefan Schilli, Klaus Thuneman and Natalia Gutman. A member of the Sony Chamber Orchestra, and the Freixenet Symphony Orchestra from 2007 to 2009, he has worked with conductors such as: Stefan Lano, Antoni Ros Marbá, Zubin Mehta, Zoltán Kocsis, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Péter Csaba; performing concerts in different auditoriums and theaters in Spain and France, and participating in the Meeting of Music and Academy of Santander in 2008 and 2009. Since 2009 he continues his music studies at the Conservatory of Music of Murcia and later finishing at the Conservatory of Music and Dance of the Balearic Islands, until 2015 with Professor Francesc Aguiló.
He has collaborated professionally with the Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, Symphony Orchestra of the Balearic Islands, Chamber Orchestra of the Island of Menorca, Chamber Orchestra of Mallorca and since his formation to this date, with the Ensemble Tramuntana , a group led by violinist Barry Sargent.