Programma woensdag 17 mei 2006

Aanvangstijd 12:45 uur
Locatie Kloosterkerk
Uitvoerenden Tami Krausz, traverso; Peter Tabori, hobo; Benny Aghassi, fagot; Cvetanka Sozovska, klavecimbel

Programma 

François Couperin (1668-1733)
Uit "Les Nations"- Second Ordre "L'Espagnole"
-(Sonate) Gravement, et mesuré-Vivement
-Air: Affecteusement-Légèrement-Gayement
-Air tendre - Vivement, et Marqué 

Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (1708- ca 1763)
Sonata da Camera "Echo"
-Adagio e Mesto
-Allegro Moderato
-Allegretto

Informatie over de uitvoerende(n)

Peter Tabori was born in Novi Sad (Yugoslavia). He graduated form Franz Liszt Academy (Hungary) in 1994. He later on studied at the Royal Conservatorium in The Hague modern oboe with Bart Schneemann and Remco de Vries, and baroque oboe with Ku Ebbinge and Frank de Bruine. Peter is active as orchestral player and also plays in various chamber groups. He's initiative was the formation of the ensemble "Musica con Anima". He performs music on all kinds of modern and historical oboes. He plays with orchestras such as Florilegium Musicum, Concerto d'Amsterdam, Musica ad Rhenum, Drottingholm Baroque Ensemble, Tallin Baroque Orchestra, L'arpa Festante, New Dutch Academy, Musiciens de Louvre de Grenoble. He played with conductors such as Ton Koopman, Frans Brüggen, Reinbert de Leeuw, Sigiswald Kuijken, Phillipe Herreweghe, Marc Minkowski etc. As soloist he performed in Spain, Germany and Hungary.

Cvetanka Sozovska (1975, Skopje, Macedonia) graduated piano at The Faculty of Music Arts in Skopje, with Boris Romanov, in 1996. The same year she started her harpsichord studies with Jacques Ogg at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague, The Netherlands. In his class she obtained Certificate, First phase diploma (Bachelor's degree) and Second phase diploma (Master's degree) up until 2002. Cvetanka has performed many concerts throughout Europe, both as a soloist and chamber musician. She was a member of the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO), worked with the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century and Orchestra de Cadaques led by conductors such as: Reinhard Goebel, Fabio Biondi, Frans Bruggen and Sir Neville Mariner. She played in the Summer Festival at Casa de Mateus, Portugal, in 2004 and 2005 together with musicians such as: Jacques Ogg, Wilbert Hazelzet, Peter van Heyghen, Paolo Pandolfo, Paul O'Dette, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt and Marc Destrubé, as well as with the ensemble Teatro alla moda. She also toured with Barokopera Amsterdam through Bretagne, France and The Netherlands. Since recently, Cvetanka is the Early Music corepetitor at the Utrecht's Conservatory.

Benny Aghassi was born in Rehovot, Israel in 1978. He studied recorder at Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem, and Royal Conservatoire in The Hage and graduated with Master's degree ("Cum Laude") from Conservatoire in Utrecht. He also studied baroque bassoon at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague ith Donna Agrell. He participatedo different music festivals such as Brezice (Slovenia), Barcelona Early Music Festival, Utrecht Early Music Festival. He played with such musicians as Anthony Rooley, Evelyn Tubb and Jaap ter Linden. He is member of ensemble "Mezzaluna". He played in the 2004 tour of European Baroque Academy of Ambronay, conducted by Christoph Rousset. Benny also played with such orchestras as Anima Aeterna (Belgium), Freiburger Barokorchester and Musica ad Rhenum.

Tami Krausz (Traverso) werd geboren in Israel. Zij begon haar muziekstudie op achtjarige leeftijd. Ze sloot haar fluitstudie met lof af aan de Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv in 1996, waarbij ze de eerste prijs haalde in het Kamermuziek Concours van de Academy. In 1997 kreeg ze een beurs voor studie in Nederland van de Nederlandse regering, de "NUFFIC" beurs. In 2001 sloot Tami haar studie 2e fase met onderscheiding aan het Koninklijk Conservatorium te Den Haag af bij prof. Barthold Kuijken. Sinds dan heft Tami met vele beroemde ensembles zoals l'Orchestre des Champs-Elysées, Musica Ad Rhenum, Florilegium Musicum, Academy of the Begijnhof, le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Accademia Daniel opgetreden en opnamen gemaakt. Ze heeft een prijs gewonnen tijdens de 36e Brugge Oude muziek Concours voor de solo categorie.

Heidi Gröger (violin) was born in Eichstätt, Southern Germany. She studied music education at the "Hochschule für Musik und Theater München" concentrating on cello playing. After her degree in Munich (2001) she specializes in Early Music: She studies viola da gamba with Philippe Pierlot ("Hochschule für Musik", Trossingen, and "Royal Conservatoire", The Hague) and baroque cello with Kristin von der Goltz (Munich) and Jaap ter Linden (The Hague). She was scholarship holder of the Erasmus/Socrates exchange program (2003/04) and in 2005/06 she was elected for the Huygens Scholarship for students taking part in the master degree studies. She participated in master classes e.g. with Hille Perl, Charles Medlam, Margaret Faultless, Anton Steck and Lars Ulrik Mortensen.

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