Osmi međunarodni festival klasične glazbe
The 8th International Classical Music Festival
Novi Vinodolski 2018

 

Svečano otvorenje, Opening ceremony

Ponedjeljak, 16. srpnja, u 21.00 / Wednesday, July 16, 9 p.m.

Virtuosi di Praga – Czech Chamber Orchestra
Miroslav Ambroš – violina solo / solo violin
Oldřich Vlček – umjetnički voditelj, violina solo / artistic leader, violin solo

PROGRAM

J. Suk (1874-1935) Meditacija na stari češki zbor Sv. Vaclav /
Meditation on Old Bohemian Chorus St.Wenceleus
za gudački orkestar / for string orchestra
F. Mendelsohn-Bartholdy
(1809-1847)

Koncert u d-molu, br. 1, za violinu i gudački orkestar /
Concerto in D minor, No.1, for violin and
string orchestra

Allegro
Andante
Allegro

A. Dvořák (1841-1904) Dva valcera / Two Waltzes
A-dur, op. 54, br. 1 / A major, Op. 54, No. 1
D-dur, op. 54, br. 4 / D major, Op. 54, No. 4
A. Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Koncert u a-molu, op. 3, br. 8,
za dvije violine i gudački orkestar /
Concerto in A minor, Op. 3, No. 8,
for two violins and string orchestra

Allegro
Larghetto e spiritoso
Allegro

Miroslav Ambroš, Oldřich Vlček – violine / violins

A. Bazzini (1818-1897) Ples vilenjaka, op. 25, za violinu i gudački orkestar
The Dance of the Goblins, Op. 25,
for violin and string orchestra
Miroslav Ambroš, violina / violin

 

Komorni orkestar Virtuosi di Praga

Svjetski poznati orkestar Virtuosi di Praga (VDP), Praški virtuozi, od samih je početaka vodio dirigent i violinist Oldřich Vlček koji je nakon 1990. od isprva malog ansambla stvorio orkestar koji je danas traženi partner svjetski poznatih imena. Ansambl ima bogati repertoar koji se sastoji od djela čeških skladatelja, kao i J. S. Bacha, Haydna, Beethovena, Mozarta, Mendelssohna, Rossinija, Stravinskog, Griega, Elgara, Roussela, a i djela 20. stoljeća, ne zaboravljajući pritom skladbe suvremenih čeških skladatelja.

Orkestar je dosad nastupao pod ravnanjem dirigenata, kao što su V. Neumann, A. Rahbari, Ch. Benda, A. Scarano, N. Tsouchos, N. Athinaios, P. Schreier, P. Meyer, H. Griffiths, H. Rilling, J. Swoboda i dr. Solisti s kojima je imao zadovoljstvo surađivati velika su i poznata imena, kao što su Plácido Domingo, José Cura, Barbara Hendricks, Mstislav Rostropovič, Igor Ojstrah, Pavel Kogan, Mario Carbota, Mario Brunello, Sergej Krilov, Marina Viskvorkina itd. Ovaj vrhunski ansambl također često nastupa s istaknutim češkim zborovima poput zbora Praške filharmonije i Praškog komornog zbora. Snimio je preko 170 CD-a za razne diskografske kuće, uključujući Supraphon, Orfeo, Discover, Claves i Koch International, a nositelj je i dvaju platinastih CD-a tvrtke Supraphon za najuspješnije snimke s područja klasične glazbe devedesetih, kao i zlatnih diskova tvrtki Discover, Lupulus i Supraphon.

The world renowned orchestra, Virtuosi di Praga (VDP), has been led from the very beginning by conductor and violinist Oldřich Vlček who after 1990 built, from a formerly small orchestra, an ensemble which turned into a sought-after partner for world stars, such as Plácido Domingo, Igor Oistrakh, Mstislav Rostropovich, José Cura and others.

The ensemble has a wide repertoire, consisting of works by Vejvanovský, Mysliveček, J. S. Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Rossini, Stravinsky, Grieg, Elgar, Roussel, as well as works of the 20th century world music, but also has the courage to support contemporary works by Czech composers.

Virtuosi di Praga performed under the baton of V. Neumann, A. Rahbari, Ch. Benda, A. Scarano, N. Tsouchos, N. Athinaios, P. Schreier, P. Meyer, H. Griffiths, H. Rilling, J. Swoboda etc. The list of soloists with whom the orchestra has played includes renowned names, such as Plácido Domingo, José Cura, Barbara Hendricks, Mstislav Rostropovich, Igor Oistrakh, Pavel Kogan, Mario Carbota, Mario Brunello, Sergej Krylov, Marina Vyskvorkina etc. The orchestra often collaborates with prominent Czech choirs, such as the Prague Philharmonic Choir and Prague Chamber Choir. The orchestra recorded over 170 CD’s, produced for various labels, including Supraphon, Orfeo, Discover, Claves and Koch International, and is holder of two Platinum Discs from Supraphon for the most successful recording in the field of classical music in the nineties and Gold Discs from the Discover, Lupulus and Supraphon companies.

Violinist Miroslav Ambroš (1987.) osvojio je mnoge nagrade na državnim i međunarodnim natjecanjima. Godine 2003. postao je apsolutni pobjednik Europskog festivala mladih talenata u Francuskoj. Redovito nastupa sa simfonijskim orkestrima, kao što su Praški komorni filharmonijski orkestar, Praški simfonijski orkestar, Češki nacionalni simfonijski orkestar, Filharmoni­jski orkestar Bohuslav Martinu, Praški komorni orkestar, Državni filharmoni­jski orkestar iz Košica i Češki komorni orkestar. Svira na vrlo rijetkom glaz­balu talijanskoga graditelja violina Camilla de Camillija iz 1734.

Miroslav Ambros (1987) devoted himself to playing the violin professionally at the age of eleven. In 2006, he began his studies at The Academy of Musical Arts in Prague under Ivan Strauss. Since 2008 he has been a private student of virtuoso Josef Suk. Miroslav Ambros received his Master’s degree in 2012, winning a number of prizes along the way. He also won the prize at the festival Jeunes Talents Européens de Musique Classique (France, 2003) and Yamaha‘s scholarship in 2004. He plays on a very rare instrument made by the Italian violinmaker Camillo de Camilli in 1734.

 

Utorak, 24. srpnja, u 21.00 / Tuesday, July 24, 9 p.m. 21.00

Jorge Luiz, gitara / guitar – Brazil

PROGRAM

J. Dowland (1563-1626)Fantazija / Fantasia, Op. 71
A. Barrios (1885-1944)El último trémolo / Posljednji tremolo / Last Tremolo
H. Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)Etida br. 11 / Etude No. 11
J. K. Mertz (1806-1856)Elegija / Elegy
I. Albéniz (1860-1909)Asturija / Astúrias
J. Rodrigo (1901-1999)Tiento Antiguo
J. RodrigoInvokacija i ples / Invocation and Dance
R. Dyens (1955-2016)Vatra iz Sonatine Libra / Fuoco from Libra Sonatina

Jorge Luiz Studij klasične gitare završio je na Saveznom sveučilištu Goiás (Brazil) u klasi Eduarda Meirinhosa. Tijekom studija pohađao je i majstorske tečajeve kod renomiranih gitarista, kao što su: Andreas von Wangenheim (Njemačka), Daniel Wolf, Edelton Gloeden, Luiz Mantovani, Judicael Perroy (Francuska), Jorge Caballero (SAD), Julio Alves (SAD), Franz Halász (Njemačka) i drugi. Godine 2012. kao stipendist je studirao na Sveučilištu Marshall u SAD-u što mu je omogućilo i brojne solističke nastupe. Godine 2016. primljen je na mjesto profesora gitare na Saveznom sveučilištu Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil). Iste godine osvojio je prvu nagradu na Međunarodnom natjecanju Campo Grande. Profesor je gitare na Art Education Institute Professor Gustav Ritter gdje priprema i doktorat.

Jorge Luiz is bachelor in music (classical guitar) and master in performance (classical guitar) by the Federal University of Goiás under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Eduardo Meirinhos. During his studies he participated in master classes led by renowned guitarists, such as Andreas von Wangenheim (Germany), Daniel Wolf, Edelton Gloeden, Duo Siqueira Lima, Luiz Mantovani, Judicael Perroy (France), Jorge Caballero (USA), Julio Alves (USA), Freya String Quartet (USA), Franz Halász (Germany) and others. In 2012, Jorge Luiz was awarded a full scholarship which allowed him to study at the Marshall University in the United States where he also acted as a recitalist. In June 2016, Jorge Luiz was selected to work as a guitar professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil) and in October of the same year he won the first prize at the first International Guitar Competition of Campo Grande. Currently, Jorge Luiz is a guitar teacher at the Art Education Institute Professor Gustav Ritter and he is preparing for his doctorate.

 

Petak, 27. srpnja, 21.00 / Friday, July 27, 9 p.m.

Tamara Coha Mandić, flauta / flute Diana Grubišić Ćiković, harfa / harp

PROGRAM

C. Ph. E. Bach (1714-1788)

Hamburška sonata u G-duru, Wq 133 / Hamburg Sonata in G major, Wq 133

Allegretto
Rondo
Presto

A. Suriani (1920-1977)

Partita za solo harfu / Partita for Solo Harp (obrade talijanskih tema za lutnju iz 17. st. / arrangements of 17th c. Italian lute themes)

Preludio
Baletto
Pastorale
Gagliarda

N. Rota (1911-1979)

Sonata za flautu i harfu / Sonata for Flute and Harp

Allegro molto moderato
Andante sostenuto
Allegro festoso

R. Matz (1901-1988)

Tri pjesme iz dubrovačke renesanse / Three Songs from Dubrovnik Renaissance

Počasnica / Homage Kad Ljubmir uteče / As Ljubmir Fled Ubiraj diklice / Pick Flowers, Maiden

J. Rutter (1945-)

Suite Antique

Prelude Ostinato Aria Waltz Chanson Rondeau

Tamara Coha Mandić završila je studij flaute na Akademiji za glasbo u Ljubljani, u klasi Rudija Poka. Usavršavala se kod Roberta Doona (Njemačka). Završila je poslijediplomski specijalistički studij flaute na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu (Renata Penezić). Odmah nakon diplome postaje solo flautistica u Simfonijskom orkestru Hrvatskog radija i televizije. Ostvarila je brojne nastupe s renomiranim umjetnicima i komornim ansamblima u zemlji i inozemstvu. Već četrnaest godina svira u duetu s harfisticom Dianom Grubišić Ćiković s kojom je objavila nosač zvuka Slow Motion. Godine 2004. objavila je svoj prvi nosač zvuka u nakladničkoj kući Orfej na kojem se nalaze koncerti dvaju hrvatskih skladatelja, Rudolfa Matza i Mladena Tarbuka, uz pratnju Simfonijskog orkestra HRT-a. Suosnivačica je (s Renatom Penezić) i članica Zagrebačkog ansambla flauta koji posljednjih godina ostvaruje uspješne nastupe u zemlji i inozemstvu.

Diana Grubišić Ćiković studij harfe završila je 1994. godine na Akademiji za glasbo u Ljubljani, u klasi Rude Ravnik Kosi. Usavršavala se na međunarodnim majstorskim školama za harfu kod Catherine Michel (Francuska) i Patrizije Tassini (Italija). Poslijediplomski studij harfe završila je na Visokoj školi za glazbenu umjetnost Ino Mirković u Lovranu, u klasi Irine Petrovne Pašinskaje (Moskva / Rusija). Održala je brojne solističke koncerte u zemlji i inozemstvu, a nastupa i u komornim sastavima. Više od dvadeset godina bila je solo harfistica orkestra Opere HNK Ivana pl. Zajca u Rijeci. Od 1994. do 2006. predavala je harfu na Glazbenoj školi Ivana Matetića Ronjgova u Rijeci. Od 2002. docentica je, a od 2015. izvanredna profesorica harfe na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu. Članica je ocjenjivačkih sudova državnih I međunarodnih harfističkih natjecanja te voditeljica međunarodnih harfističkih seminara.

Tamara Coha Mandić i Diana Grubišić Ćiković nastupaju kao duo od 2002. i dosad su sudjelovale na brojnim festivalima u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu. Godine 2014. duo je održao koncert skladbi za flautu i harfu hrvatskih autora na 14. svjetskom harfističkom kongresu u Sydneyu.

Tamara Coha Mandić graduated from the Ljubljana Academy of Music under Rudi Pok. She attended master courses given by Robert Doon (Germany). In 2017, Coha Mandić completed her specialized postgraduate studies at the Zagreb Academy of Music under Renata Penezić. Shortly after obtaining her diploma, she became solo flutist of the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. She has appeared extensively with renowned artists, chamber ensembles and symphony orchestras at home and abroad. For fourteen years, she has been collaborating with harpist Diana Grubišić Ćiković, with whom she released a CD entitled Slow Motion. Together with Renata Penezić she co-founded the Zagreb Flute Ensemble with which she currently performs. Croatian music critics hailed Tamara Coha Mandić as “a flutist of noble sound”, whose interpretation is characterized by “high level of musicality and virtuosity”. She has recorded a large number of solo and chamber music pieces for the Croatian Radio, and extensively performs works by Croatian composers.

Diana Grubišić Ćiković graduated in harp from the Ljubljana Academy of Music (1994) under Ruda Ravnik Kosi. She attended masterclasses of the renowned harpists and pedagogues Catherine Michel (France) and Patrizia Tassini (Italy), and completed her postgraduate studies at the Ino Mirković High School of Music in Lovran under Irina Petrovna Pashinskaya (Moscow / Russia). She has given a large number of concerts at home and abroad, and often performs with chamber ensembles as well. For more than twenty years, she was solo harpist in the Opera Orchestra of the Ivan Zajc Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka. From 2002, she was engaged as assistant professor, and from 2015 she has been associate harp professor at the Zagreb Academy of Music. She is often invited as a jury member to both national and international harp competitions, as well as to conduct harp seminars.

Tamara Coha Mandić and Diana Grubišić Ćiković have appeared as a duo since 2002. They have performed in concerts at numerous national and international festivals. In 2014, the duo appeared at the 14th World Harp Congress in Sydney, featuring Croatian music written for flute and harp.

Utorak, 31. srpnja, 21.00 / Tuesday, July 31, 9 p.m.

Zagrebački kvartet / Zagreb quartet

PROGRAM

L. Sorkočević (1734-1789)Andante
W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)Gudački kvartet u A-duru, KV 169 / String Quartet in A major, K. 169
F. Schubert (1797-1828)

Stavak za kvartet / Quartet Movement

Molto alegro
Andante
Menuetto
Rondo allegro

M. Ravel (1875-1937)

Gudački kvartet u F-duru / String Quartet in F major

Allegro moderato. Très doux
Assez vif. Très rythmé
Très lent

Vif et agité

Dana 25. travnja 1919., koncertom u velikoj dvorani Hrvatskoga zemaljskoga glazbenog zavoda ustanovljen je Zagrebački kvartet.

Prvotnu četvorku činili su violinisti Vaclav Huml i Milan Graf, violist Ladislav Miranov i violončelist Umberto Fabri. Tijekom devedeset godina djelovanja svoj doprinos Zagrebačkom kvartetu dalo je tridesetak glazbenika, među kojima su Stjepan Šulek, Josip Klima, Zlatko Balija, Đorđe Trkulja, Marija Cobenzl, Goran Bakrač, Ante Živković, Josip Stojanović, Goran Končar, Sergej Evseev, Marin Maras i drugi, a današnji sastav čine Martin Krpan, braća Hrvoje i Davor Philips te Martin Jordan. Zagrebački kvartet odsvirao je više od četiri tisuće koncerata na svim kontinentima te snimio više od šezdeset ploča za razne svjetske izdavačke i radijske kuće, kao npr. Sastruphon, RCA, Melodicom, Da Camera Magna, Croatia Records, ALM Records itd.

Među brojnim domaćim i inozemnim priznanjima i nagradama ističe se Nagrada za životno djelo Vladimir Nazor, dodijeljena 2009.

On April 25, 1919, the Zagreb Quartet was established by a concert in the great hall of the Croatian State Music Institute.

The first musicians’ four was comprised of the violinists Vaclav Huml and Milan Graf, violist Ladislav Miranov and violoncellist Umberto Fabri. In the course of ninety years of performing activities some thirty musicians gave their contribution to the Zagreb Quartet, among them Stjepan Šulek, Josip Klima, Zlatko Balija, Đorđe Trkulja, Marija Cobenzl, Goran Bakrač, Ante Živković, Josip Stojanović, Goran Končar, Sergej Evseev, Marin Maras and others. The present ensemble consists of Martin Krpan, the brothers Hrvoje and Davor Philips, and Martin Jordan. The Zagreb Quartet played over four thousand concerts on all continents, recorded more that sixty records for various world publishing and radio houses, such as Sastruphon, RCA, Melodicom, Da Camera Magna, Croatia Records, ALM Records, etc.

In the multitude of domestic and foreign acknowledgements and awards it is the Vladimir Nazor Award for Life Achievement awarded in the year 2009 that is particularly outstanding.

Ponedjeljak, 13. kolovoz, 21.00 / Monday, August 13, 9 p.m.

Kalamos kvintet / The Kalamos Quintet

Katarina Grubić (oboa, engleski rog) Yaroslav Sadovyy (klarineti) Bernard Homan (saksofoni) Rude Mimica (bas klarinet) Matko Smolčić (fagot)

PROGRAM

J. Ph. Rameau (1683-1764)

Suite La Triomphante

Prelude Allemande Courante Sarabande Les Trois Mains La Triomphante

J. S. Bach – F. Busoni (1866-1924)

Chaconne u d-molu, BWV 1004 / Chaconne in D minor, BWV 1004

M. Ravel (1875-1937)

Couperinov grob / Couperin’s Tomb

Prelude Fugue Forlane Rigaudon

O. Respighi (1879-1924)

Stari plesovi i arije, suita br. 1 / Ancient Dances and Airs,

Suite No. 1

Balletto detto Il conte Orlando Gagliarda Villanella Passo mezzo e mascherada

 Reed kvintet je sastav drvenih puhačkih glazbala koji koriste jezičak ili pisak (engl. reed). To su oboa, klarinet, saksofon, bas klarinet i fagot, uz njihove srodne varijante. Sastav se pojavljuje na svjetskoj glazbenoj sceni prilično nedavno (sredinom 1980-ih). Novi tip ansambla uskoro dobiva priznanje ozbiljne kritike, a ugledni ga časopis Times proglašava najboljim novim glazbenim formatom na svijetu. KALAMOS kvintet je prvi i jedinstveni takav sastav u široj regiji. Osnovan je 2013. godine u Zagrebu, a premijerne je nastupe održao u Maloj koncertnoj dvorani Vatroslava Lisinskog te u foyeru Hrvatskog narodnog kazališta u Zagrebu uz odlične reakcije publike. Slijedi niz uspješno ostvarenih recitala na ljetnim manifestacijama i festivalima duž Jadrana (Omiš, Rovinj, Sinj, Solin, Split, itd.). Članovi kvinteta često surađuju s mladim skladateljima u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu te ih tako potiču na širenje koncertnog repertoara suvremene muzike za ovakav tip ansambla. Dosad su ostvarili niz praizvedbi na festivalima suvremene glazbe, od kojih se ističu Dani Vlade Miloševića – Banja Luka, 2017. i MAG festival – Split, 2014. Usporedno s tim, KALAMOS njeguje izvođenje glazbe raznih povijesnih stilova (od renesanse do 20. stoljeća) te vlastitim aranžmanima istražuje bogate mogućnosti ovog neobičnog sastava. Nastupi su izazvali odličnu reakciju domaće i strane publike, ali i dobili visoke ocjene kritike.

Članovi kvinteta redom su vrsni glazbenici: Katarina Grubić (oboa, engleski rog), Yaroslav Sadovyy (klarineti), Bernard Homan (saksofoni), Rude Mimica (bas klarinet) i Matko Smolčić (fagot).

A reed quintet is a group of reed instruments consisting of oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bass clarinet, bassoon, and their related variants. It appeared on the international musical scene not so long ago, in the mid-eighties. The new type of musical ensemble soon met with critical acclaim, and The Times went so far as to call it the best musical format on the planet.

The KALAMOS Quinet is the first and only such ensemble in the broader region. It was founded in Zagreb in 2013. Its first appearances took place at the Vatroslav Lisinski Small Hall and in the lobby of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, both with highly enthusiastic audience reactions, which was followed by numerous successful concerts at various summer musical events and festivals along the Croatian Adriatic coast (Omiš, Rovinj, Sinj, Solin, Split, etc.). The Quintet members often collaborate with young composers from Croatia and abroad, thus encouraging them to expand the contemporary concert repertoire for this type of ensemble. They first performed quite a number of pieces at contemporary music festivals so far, such as Days of Vlado S. Milošević – Banja Luka, 2017, and MAG Festival – Split, 2014. At the same time, the KALAMOS Quintet performs music from various periods and musical styles (from the Renaissance to the 20th century) and explores rich possibilities of this unusual group of instruments thanks to their own musical arrangements. Their concerts were met with excellent reactions of both national and international audiences, as well as earned high critical acclaim.

All the Quintet members are outstanding musicians: Katarina Grubić (oboe, English horn), Yaroslav Sadovyy (clarinets), Bernard Homan (saxophones), Rude Mimica (bass clarinet) and Matko Smolčić (bassoon).

Pokrovitelj: Gradsko poglavarstvo Grada Novog Vinodolskog /
Under the auspices of the City Government of Novi Vinodolski

Organizator: Umjetnička organizacija ART NOVI /
Organizer: Artistic Organization ART NOVI

Suorganizatori: Turistička zajednica Grada Novog Vinodolskog, Centar za kulturuGrada Novog Vinodolskog /
Co-organizers: Tourist Board of the City of NV & Cultural centre of the City of Novi Vinodolski

Umjetnička ravnateljica / Artistic Director: Maria Mikulić Štimac

Producent / Producer: Mario Butorac

Grafičko uređenje i dizajn / Design: Ivan Balažević

Obrada tekstova i prijevoda / Translation edited by Maja Oršić Magdić

Realizaciju koncerata pomoglo je Ministarstvo kulture Republike Hrvatske /

Concerts have been supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia

Koncerti se održavaju na Precrikvi ispred crkve Sv. Filipa i Jakova ili u crkvi. /

The concerts will take place at the Precrikva Square in front of the

church of St Philip and Jacob or in the church itself.