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colluvio Academy

colluvio concert

colluvio CHAMBER MUSIC Academy 2021

Chamber music | Concert | Adults

Rising stars from across Europe performing chamber music masterpieces

The colluvio course of master classes takes place in Gut Hornegg, Austria. This year it runs from 25th July to 5th August. Musicians from the course then move onto an international concert tour. During the course the musicians study the programme that they will perform on the tour, which comprises works by von Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Pēteris Vasks and Anton Dvořak.

20 years of colluvio
Each year between nine and eleven up-and-coming musicians are selected by audition for the colluvio Chamber Music Academy. These players hail from right across Europe. After an intensive course of master classes at Gut Hornegg in Styria (Austria), they embark on an international concert tour, which takes in their individual home countries. It is worth noting that these young musicians, who stem from a wide range of cultural backgrounds, have never met or played together until they arrive at Gut Hornegg. Yet within ten days they are performing the most demanding pieces of the chamber music repertoire to concert standard.

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Trio für Klavier, Violine und Violoncello in B-Dur, op. 11, „Gassenhauer“

JOHANNES BRAHMS Quartett Nr. 1 für Klavier, Violine, Viola und Violoncello in g-Moll, op. 25 (1. Satz: Allegro)

PĒTERIS VASKS Episodi e canto perpetuo (1985) für Klavier, Violine und Violoncello

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Quintett für Klavier, 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncello in A-Dur, op. 81

Janick Čech (17) Klavier, Tschechien/Deutschland, Musikhochschule München
Gabriel Coman (23) Violoncello, Österreich/Rumänien, Kunstuniversität Graz
Itam Simón Gutiérrez Núñez (30) Violine, Chile, Kunstuniversität Graz
Israel Ignacio Gutiérrez Vildosola (25) Violine, Chile, Kunstuniversität Graz
Jelena Horvat (18) Violine, Serbien, Yehudi Menuhin School London
Özgür Deniz Kaya (19) Violoncello, Türkei, Yehudi Menuhin School London
Sebastián Mendoza (23) Violoncello, Kolumbien, Kunstuniversität Graz
Gorka Plada (19) Klavier, Spanien, Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin
Samuel Sedano (26) Viola, Spanien, Kunstuniversität Graz
Ruslan Strogiy (29) Klavier, Rußland, Sibelius Akademie Helsinki
Assia Weissmann (24) Viola, Rußland/Deutschland, Hochschule für Musik Köln
Yuri Kot (Ukraine) Prof. für Klavier an der Musikhochschule Kiev
Olivera Milić-Hirscher (Serbien) Prof. für Violine an der Spezialschule für Musiktalente in Ćuprija
Meinhard Holler (Österreich) Leiter einer privaten Celloklasse in München
Claus Christian Schuster (Österreich) 1984 bis 2012 Pianist des Wiener Schubert Trios und des Altenberg Trios
Ticket prices:
  • Einheitspreis | 20,00 €
  • Kinder, Schüler, Studenten | 10,00 €
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