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Ҋ҈Ѿ҃҅ѳѹ ѵҞ҅Җ҇ѿҐ ҆ѳҀҋҌѺҊ҃҅ѳҋҞѵ ѵҊѳ҆҃ѳҐ ҏѺҋҌѿѵѳ҅Ң ѳ҅ҖѴѺҊҌ҈ ҅ѿҋ҈Ѷ҈ 15.04.2019‫ژ‬ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԔ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԔ‫ژ‬ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՄ‫ژژ‬ Կԧ. ҆. ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔ‫ژ‬ (ԖԮԦ.҇ԠԞԔԨԤԿԖԬԷԤԩԗԩ,5)‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ 16.04.2019‫ژ‬ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԔ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԔ‫ژ‬ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՄ‫ژژ‬ Կԧ. ҆. ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔ‫ژ‬ (ԖԮԦ.҇ԠԞԔԨԤԿԖԬԷԤԩԗԩ,5)‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ 17.04.2019‫ژ‬ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԔ ԬԛԫԛԚԨՄ‫ژ‬ ԬԪԛԳԿԔԦԷԨԔ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ‫ژ‬ ԴԤԩԦԔ-ԿԨԭԛԫԨԔԭ‫ژژ‬ Կԧ. ҋ.҃ԫԮԴԛԦԷԨԠԳԷԤԩՀ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ 19.04.2019‫ژ‬ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԔ ԬԛԫԛԚԨՄ‫ژ‬ ԬԪԛԳԿԔԦԷԨԔ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ‫ژ‬ ԴԤԩԦԔ-ԿԨԭԛԫԨԔԭ‫ژژ‬ Կԧ. ҋ.҃ԫԮԴԛԦԷԨԠԳԷԤԩՀ‫ژژ‬ ‫ژ‬ 20.04.2019‫ژ‬ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԔ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԔ‫ژ‬ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՄ‫ژ‬ Կԧ. ҆. ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔ‫ژ‬ (ԖԮԦ.҇ԠԞԔԨԤԿԖԬԷԤԩԗԩ,5)‫ژ‬

҈Ԧԛԗ ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖ,‫ژژ‬ ԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬

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҉ԔԕԦԩ Ԛԛ ҇ԔԖԛԫԔԨ,‫ژ‬ ԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԷ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬ ‫ژ‬

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Alberto Lysy was a brilliant Argentinean violinist of Ukrainian descent, wonderful teacher, founder of the International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland, soloist and concert master of the Camerata chamber orchestra, honored citizen of Argentina. I was very lucky to study with Maestro, perform together with him, and be his assistant. Years of study in the Academy were full of concerts in the most renowned concert halls of the world, recordings, master classes with top musicians, participation in international competitions. Thanks to Maestro, the Academy students had the opportunity to study, to interact and perform on stage with Yehudi Menuhin. "Menuhin is my musical father" often said Alberto Lysy, who wƏɀxƺȇɖǝǣȇٔɀȒȇǼɵȒǔˡƬǣƏǼɀɎɖƳƺȇt. Alberto Lysy often performed as a soloist with orchestra at the concerts. A romantic from birth, he had unique timbre, perfect intonation, a special, unusual attitude to music. He was always unforgettable to the audience. Alberto Lysy gave many concerts in Ukraine - in Kyiv, Lviv, Odesa. Lviv audience remembers his concerts in the Philharmonic Concert Hall with Camerata chamber orchestra, Lviv Virtuosos chamber orchestra, as well as his solo appearances. Concerts in Ukraine were always special for him - they were surrounded by meetings with relatives and compatriots, as his parents were from Ukraine. Maestro has raised many great musicians, winners of numerous international competitions, including Liviu Prunaru, a concert master of Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Amsterdam), Bogdan Zvoristeanu, concert master of Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (Geneva), Andriy Viytovych, principal violist of Royal Opera House orchestra (Covent Garden, London.) Alberto Lysy remains in my memory as an exemplary teacher, an ideal I strive to maintain in my own pedagogic practice at the International Menuhin Music Academy and the Geneva Conservatory. The Alberto Lysy Festival in Lviv, in which Maestro's students participate, is an attempt to give our humble tribute and express our deep respect and gratitude to the great violinist and teacher Alberto Lysy. — Oleg Kaskiv founder, artistic director of the festival.

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ѵԩԦԷ԰ԗԔԨԗѳԧԔԚԛԡ҆ԩԳԔԫԭ. ҋԭԫԮԨԨԠԡԤԖԿԨԭԛԭ‫גۺ‬ԬԩԦԷԧԿԨԩԫ, K.516 ѳԨԭԩԨԿԨѹԖԩԫԞԔԤِҏԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԨԠԡԤԖԿԨԭԛԭ‫אۺ‬ԦՄԧԔԞԩԫ, op. 81

ҋԩԦԷ ԧԿԨԩԫԨԔ ԭԩԨԔԦԷԨԿԬԭԷ ԧԔԦԔ ԚԦՄ ҆ԩԳԔԫԭԔ ԩԬԩԕԦԠԖԠԡ ԱԔԫԔԤԭԛԫ, ԭԮԞԦԠԖԩ‫ٮ‬ԧԛԦԔԨԱԩԦԿԡԨԠԡً Ԕ ԧԿԬԳՄԧԠ ԨԔԖԿԭԷ ԭԫԔԗԛԚԿԡԨԠԡ Կ ԖԤԫԔԡ ԟԖԩԫԮԴԦԠԖԠԡِ ҇ԛ Խ ԖԠԨՄԭԤԩԧ Կ ԡԩԗԩ ԬԭԫԮԨԨԠԡ ԤԖԿԨԭԛԭ ‫ ۺ‬4, Ԕ ԩԬԩԕԦԠԖԩ ԭԫԛԭՄ ԲԔԬԭԠԨԔ Andante, ՄԤԩՃ ԟԔԱԩԪԦՃԖԔԖԬՄ ґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԠԡِ Ҕԛ ԩԚԨԔ ԳԿԤԔԖԠԨԤԔ ԤԖԔԫԭԛԭԮ‫ —ژ‬԰ԿԨԔԦ ԭԖԩԫԮ ҆ԩԳԔԫԭ, ԦԔԧԔՃԲԠ ԤԔԨԩԨԠً ԫԩԟԪԩԲԠԨԔԽ ԪԩԖԿԦԷԨԠԧ Andante, Կ ԦԠԴԛ ԟԗԩԚԩԧ ԧԮԟԠԤԔ «ԩԞԠԖԔԽ‫ ٵ‬ԫԮԱԦԠԖԠԧ Allegro, ԪԫԠԱԩԚՄԲԠ ԖԫԛԴԭԿ Ԛԩ ԧԔԞԩԫԮ. ҏԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԨԠԡ ԤԖԿԨԭԛԭ ѹԖԩԫԞԔԤԔ ԟԖԮԲԠԭԷ ԧԔԡԞԛ 40 ԱԖԠԦԠԨ Կ Խ ԬԪԫԔԖԚԿ ԧԩԗԮԭԨԿԧ ԖԠԬԦԩԖԦՃԖԔԨԨՄԧ ԪԿԟԷԨԩԫԩԧԔԨԭԠԲԨԩԗԩ ԧԔԡԬԭԫԔ Ԯ Ԭ԰ԛԫԿ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠِ Ғԛ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ ԪԩԚԩԫԩԞً ՄԤԔ ԧԔԦՃԖԔԭԠԧԛ ԪԛԫԛԚ ԩԲԠԧԔ ԤԔԫԭԠԨԠ ԫԛԔԦԷԨԠԱ Կ ԮՄԖԨԠԱ ԬԖԿԭԿԖِ ѳ ԚԫԮԗԮ ԲԔԬԭԠԨԮ ԭԖԩԫԮԲԛԬԷԤԠԡԤԦԔԬԠԤԨԔԟԖԔԖ‫ٴ‬ѹԮԧԤԩՃ».

҈Ԧԛԗ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ѵԔԬԠԦԷѾԔԳԿԱԔًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) Ҟԗԩԫ҃ԛԦԦԛԫًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢I«٫!R٣ ҞԫԠԨԔѶԿԨԭԩԖԔًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ҞԖԔԨѵԮԤԲԛԖԿԲًԔԦԷԭ٢AU–CH) ѵԔԦԛԨԭԠԨԔ҉ԫԠԴԦՄԤًԔԦԷԭ٢UA–CH) ҉ԔԕԦԩԚԛ҇ԔԖԛԫԔԨًԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԷ٢0³٫!R٣ ҈ԦԷԗԔҋԿԭԤԩԖԛԳԷԤԔً԰ԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԩ٢J ٣


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THE MIRROR HALL OF POTOTSKY PALACE /

15 KOPERNIKA ST.

WolfganǕȅaƳƺɖɀxozart. String Quintet No. 4 in G minor, K. 516 ȇtȒȇǥȇ(voȺák. Piano Quintet No. 2 in A major, Op. 81

The G minor key for Mozart had special character, from just a bit melancholic to, at times, outright sad and tragic. The Fifth String Quintet is not an exception, and especially the third movement, Andante, which Pyotr Tchaikovsky had admired so much. The quintet is also interesting in a different way - Mozart has decided to start the Finale with a slower Andante (contrary to the tradition), and only later the music develops into a more expected AllegroًˡȇƏǼǼɵƏrriving into a Major key. Dvorak's Piano Quintet lasts nearly 40 minutes and is a truly powerful expression of the late romantic composer in the domain of chamber music. This musical journey will evoke images of real and imaginary worlds. And the second movement of the work is titled by the composer as "Dumka" - a Ukrainian reference.

Oleg Kaskiv, violin (UA–CH) Vasyl Zatsikha, violin (UA–CH) Igor Keller, violin (FR–CH) Iryna Gintova, violin (UA–CH) Ivan VukƮeviƭ, viola (AU–CH) Valentyna Pryshlyak, viola (UA–CH) Pablo de Naverán, cƺǼǼȒ٢0³٫!R٣ Olga Sitkovetsky, piano (GB)

I’LL BE BACK

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PROK OFIEV LEKEU PIAZZ OLLA

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ҋԛԫԗԿԡ҉ԫԩԤԩ԰‫ٻ‬ԽԖ. ҋԩԨԔԭԔԚԦՄԬԤԫԠԪԤԠԿ԰ԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԩԫԛԧԔԞԩԫ (԰ԦԛԡԭԩԖԔ٣ ѶԿԡԩԧ҅ԛԤԷԩ. ҋԩԨԔԭԔԚԦՄԬԤԫԠԪԤԠԿ԰ԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԩԬԩԦԷԧԔԞԩԫ ѳԬԭԩԫ҉‫ټ‬ՄԳԳԩԦԔِґԩԭԠԫԠԪԩԫԠԫԩԤԮԖѴԮԛԨԩԬ٫ѳԡԫԛԬԿ (Cuatro 0staciones Porteñas) ѴԛԦԷԗԿԽԳԷ ԤԿԨԳՄ XIX ԬԭԩԦԿԭԭՄ ѶԿԡԩԧ ҅ԛԤԷԩ ԟ ԔԕԬԩԦՃԭԨԩՃ ԦԛԗԤԿԬԭՃ ԫԩԟԧԩԖԦՄԽ Ԗ ԩԚԨԩԧԮ ԡ ԭԩԧԮ Ԟ ԭԖԩԫԿ ԟ ԪԿԟԨԿԧ ԰ԿԦԩԬԩ԰ԬԷԤԠԧ ѴԛԭԱԩԖԛԨԩԧً ԧԛԦԔԨԱԩԦԿԡԨԠԧ ҒԛԟԔԫԩԧ ҏԫԔԨԤԩԧ ԡ ԛԤԬԪԫԛԬԠԖԨԠԧ ѵԔԗԨԛԫԩԧ‫ژ‬ — Ԕ Ԛԩ ԭԩԗԩ Եԛ ԡ ԪԩԬԠԦԔԽ ԲԿԭԤԿ ԬԠԗԨԔԦԠ Ԯ ԧԔԡԕԮԭԨԽ (ԚԦՄ ԨԷԩԗԩ٣ XX ԬԭԩԦԿԭԭՄِ ҋԤԫԠԪԤԩԖԔ ԬԩԨԔԭԔ ‫ۺ‬2 ҉ԫԩԤԩ԰ٔԽԖԔ‫ — ژ‬ԪԛԫԛԤԦԔԚ ԡԩԗԩ Ԟ ԖԦԔԬԨԩՀ ԰ԦԛԡԭԩԖԩՀ ԬԩԨԔԭԠً ՄԤԠԡ ԖԿԨ ԟԫԩԕԠԖ ԟԔ ԫԛԤԩԧԛԨԚԔԳԿՄԧԠ ѹԔԖԠԚԔ ҈ԡԬԭԫԔԱԔِ ҋԩԨԔԭԔ ԚԩԬԤԩԨԔԦԩ ԟԖԮԲԠԭԷ Ԗ ԩԕԩԱ ԬԖԩՀԱ ԖԛԫԬԿՄԱً Կ ԨԔԖԫՄԚ ԲԠ ԧԩԞԦԠԖԩ ԨԔ ԬԦԮԱ ԖԠԟԨԔԲԠԭԠً ՄԤԔ ԕԮԦԔ ԪԛԫԴԩՃٕ ԱԩԲԔ Ԗ ԤԩԞԨԿԡ ԟ ԨԠԱ Խ ԖԿԚԦԮԨԨՄ ԿԨԴԩՀِ ҌԖԿԫ ԨԔԚԟԖԠԲԔԡԨԩ ԕԔԫԖԠԬԭԠԡ Կ Ԫԩ‫ٮ‬ԖԛԬԨՄԨԩԧԮ ԬԖԿԞԠԡِ ҇ԔԟԖԮ ԭԔԨԗԩ ԪԿԫ ԫԩԤԮ «0staciones Porteñas» ѳԬԭԩԫԔ ҉ٔՄԳԳԩԦԦԠ ԨԛԧԩԞԦԠԖԩ ԪԛԫԛԤԦԔԬԭԠ ԚԩԬԦԿԖԨԩ, Կ ԡԚԛԭԷԬՄ ԭԮԭ Ԩԛ ԭԿԦԷԤԠ Ԫԫԩ ԬԔԧ ѴԮԛԨԩԬ-ѳԡԫԛԬ, Ԕ ԡ Ԫԫԩ ԦՃԚԛԡً ՄԤԿ ԡԩԗԩ ԨԔԬԛԦՄՃԭԷ Ԕԕԩ ԪԩԱԩԚՄԭԷ ԟԖԿԚԭԠً Կ ԨԛԬԮԭԷ Ԯ ԬԖԩԽԧԮ ԬԛԫԳԿ ԚԮԱ ԳԷԩԗԩ ԧԿԬԭԔِِِ (ѳԦԷԕԛԫԭԩ ҅ԠԬԠԡ ԕԮԖ ԩԚԨԠԧԟԨԠԱ٣ِ҉ԩԫԠԫԩԤԮԟԧԿԨՃՃԭԷԬՄًԔԭԔԨԗԩԪԫԩԚԩԖԞԮԽԭԷԬՄِِِ ҈Ԧԛԗ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ѵԔԬԠԦԷѾԔԳԿԱԔًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ҉ԔԕԦԩԚԛ҇ԔԖԛԫԔԨًԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԷ٢0³٫!R٣ ҈ԦԷԗԔҋԿԭԤԩԖԛԳԷԤԔً԰ԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԩ٢J ٣


ORGAN AND CHAMBER MUSIC HALL / 10 STEPANA BANDERY ST.

SerǕƺǣProkȒˡev. Sonata for violin and piano in D (originally fȒȸˢɖte) GuillauȅƺLekeu. Sonata for violin and piano in G major stȒȸPiazzolla. The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires (Cuatro 0staciones Porteñas)

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Guillaume Lekeu, a Belgian composer of late 19th century, is so easily and masterfully creating a musical conversation with late Beethoven, melancholic César Franck, and expressive Wagner - and in addition to that Lekeu sends clear signals into the future 20th century. Violin Sonata No. 2 by ProkȒˡev is an arrangement of his oɯȇˢɖte sonata, a version that the composer created with advice from David Oistrakh. The Sonata sounds perfectly in both versions, and it is probably impossible to guess which one was writtƺȇˡrɀɎٕyet each version retains a timbral reminiscence of the other one. The sonata is musically very vivid and has an element of Spring freshness. The title of the four-tangos-seansons "0staciones Porteñas" by Astor Piazzolla is not possible to translate directly, as it speaks not only about Buenos-Aires itself, but also about its people, ones who live there or come from there, and bring in their hearts the spirit of the city... (Alberto Lysy was one of them.) Seasons change, tango remains...

Oleg Kaskiv, violin (UA–CH) Vasyl Zatsikha, violin (UA–CH) Pablo de Naverán, cƺǼǼȒ٢0³٫!R٣ Olga Sitkovetsky, piano (GB)

THE WHOLE GLOBAL IDEA OF BEING AN ARTIST IS TO LET THE ARTIST BE FREE AND TO EXPRESS HIMSELF


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ҏԛԦԿԤԬ҆ԛԨԚԛԦԷԬԩԨ. ҋԭԫԮԨԨԠԡԩԤԭԛԭԧԿ٫ԕԛԧԩԦԷԧԔԞԩԫ, op.20 ҉ԛԭԫԩґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԠԡ. ҋԭԫԮԨԨԠԡԬԛԤԬԭԛԭԫԛԧԿԨԩԫ, op.70 ‫ٴ‬ҋԪԩԗԔԚԠԪԫԩҏԦԩԫԛԨԳԿՃ‫ٵ‬ ҆ԛԨԚԛԦԷԬԩԨԨԔԪԠԬԔԖԬԖԿԡԬԭԫԮԨԨԠԡԩԤԭԛԭ, ԤԩԦԠԡԩԧԮԕԮԦԩԖԬԷԩԗԩ‫׏‬6ًՄԤ ԪԩԫԔԚԮԨԩԤԨԔԚԛԨԷԨԔԫԩԚԞԛԨԨՄԬԖԩԽԧԮԖԲԠԭԛԦՃԬԤԫԠԪԤԠِҍԭԿԧًԳԛԚԔԦԛԤԩԨԛ ԨԔԡԫԔԨԿԴԠԡԭԖԿԫԤԩԧԪԩԟԠԭԩԫԔًՄԤԠԡԮԞԛ‫׏‬2‫ٮ‬ԫԿԲԨԠԧԪԠԬԔԖԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿՀԚԦՄ ԬԭԫԮԨԨԠԱِ҈ԤԭԛԭԬԭԠԫԔԽԧԛԞԿԧԿԞԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՃԡԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԖԩՃԧԮԟԠԤԩՃًԿԨԔԖԿԭԷ ԬԔԧԤԩԧԪԩԟԠԭԩԫԪԠԬԔԖًԵԩԡԩԗԩԪԩԭԫԿԕԨԩԗԫԔԭԠ‫ٴ‬ԖԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԿԡԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԖԿԡ ԧԔԨԛԫԿ». ‫ٴ‬ҋԪԫԩԗԔԚԠԪԫԩҏԦԩԫԛԨԳԿՃ‫ژٵ‬٪ԪԿԟԨԿԡԭԖԿԫґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԩԗԩ, ԬԭԖԩԫԛԨԠԡԟԔԭԫԠ ԫԩԤԠԚԩԬԧԛԫԭԿِ҉ԩԪԫԠ‫ٴ‬ԿԧԪԫԛԬԿԩԨԿԬԭԠԲԨԮ‫ٵ‬ԨԔԟԖԮԭԖԩԫԮًԧԮԟԠԤԔԭԮԭԭՄԞԿԽԚԩ ԭԫԔԚԠԳԿՀًԚԛԖԠԭԫԠԧԔԨԿԬԭԷ԰ԩԫԧԠԿԮԖԔԗԔԚԩԤԩԧԪԩԟԠԳԿԡԨԠԱԚԛԭԔԦԛԡԚԩԧԿԨԮԽ. ґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԠԡԖԿԚԚԔԽԴԔԨԮԬԭԩԦԿԭԭՄԧԤԮԦԷԭԮԫԨԠԱԨԔԚԕԔԨԷҏԦԩԫԛԨԳԿՀًԔԨԛ ԪԫԩԬԭԩԟԧԔԦԷԩԖԮԽԟԩԖԨԿԴԨԽԖԫԔԞԛԨԨՄِңԤԿԮԖԠԪԔԚԤԮ҆ԛԨԚԛԦԷԬԩԨԔًԭԖԿԫԧԔԽ ԪԛԖԨԠԡԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԖԠԡԖԿԚԕԦԠԬԤًԔԡԩԗԩԪԩԦԿ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԿԛԪԿԟԩԚԠԚԩԚԔՃԭԷ ԔԫԱԿԭԛԤԭԮԫԨԩՀԬԭԫԮԨԤԩԬԭԿԧԮԟԠԳԿԡԿԨԭԛԦԛԤԭԮԔԦԷԨԩՀԗԦԠԕԠԨԠِ

ѳԚԛԦԿԨԔ҈ԪԫԛԔԨًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢«…٫!R٣ Ҟԗԩԫ҃ԛԦԦԛԫًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢I«٫!R٣ ҈Ԧԛԗ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ҞԫԠԨԔѶԿԨԭԩԖԔًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ѵԔԬԠԦԷѾԔԳԿԱԔًԬԤԫԠԪԤԔ٢UA–CH) ҞԖԔԨѵԮԤԲԛԖԿԲًԔԦԷԭ٢AU–CH) ѵԔԦԛԨԭԠԨԔ҉ԫԠԴԦՄԤًԔԦԷԭ٢UA–CH) ҉ԔԕԦԩԚԛ҇ԔԖԛԫԔԨًԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԷ٢0³٫!R٣ ѹԔԨԿԛԦԷ҆ԿԭԨԿԳԷԤԠԡًԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԷ٢Xn٫!R٣

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MYKOLA LYSENKO LVIV NATIONAL MUSIC ACADEMY / 5 NYZHANKIVSKY ST.

FƺǼǣɴxƺndelssohn. String OctƺɎǣȇ0٫ˢƏɎȅƏǴȒr, Op. 20 PyȒɎȸTchaikovsky. String Sextet in D minor, Op. 70 (Souvenir de Florence)

Felix Mendelssohn has written his String Octet when he was only 16, as a gift to his violin teacher. Yet this is not the earliest of Mendelssohn's compositions, who has been composing String Symphonies at the age of 12. The Octet blends the distinction between chamber and orchestral music, and even the composer himself wrote that the octet must be played "in symphonic orchestral style." Souvenir de Florence is a late work by Tchaikovsky, composed three years before his death. Despite a bit "impressionistic" title of the work, the music rather gravitates to tradition, where the balance of form and attention to compositional details dominates. Here Tchaikovsky pays homage to centuries of cultural heritage of Florence, instead of just conveying a mood of a contemporary moment. Like with Mendelssohn, this work has a certain orchestral dimension, and its polyphonic episodes give it more architectural intricateness and intellectual depth.

Adelina Oprean, violin (RO–CH) Igor Keller, violin (FR–CH) Oleg Kaskiv, violin (UA–CH) Iryna Gintova, violin (UA–CH) Vasyl Zatsikha, violin (UA–CH) Ivan VukƮeviƭ, viola (AU–CH) Valentyna Pryshlyak, viola (UA–CH) Pablo de Naverán, cƺǼǼȒ٢0³٫!R٣ Daniel Mitnitsky, cello (IL–CH)

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MEND ELSSO HN TCHAI KOVS KY


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҅ҖѵҞѵҋҖ҃ѳ҇ѳҒҞ҈҇ѳ҅Җ҇ѳҏҞ҅ѳҊ҆҈҇Ҟңٖ

ѵҍِ҅ґѳҀ҃҈ѵҋҖ҃҈Ѷ҈, 7

ѴԛԦԔѴԔԫԭԩԤِѹԠԖԛԫԭԠԬԧԛԨԭԚԦՄԬԭԫԮԨԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ ҆ԔԦԤԩԦԷԧѳԫԨԩԦԷԚ. ҃ԩԨԳԛԫԭԚԦՄԚԖԩԱԬԤԫԠԪԩԤԿԬԭԫԮԨԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ ѵԩԦԷ԰ԗԔԨԗѳԧԔԚԛԡ҆ԩԳԔԫԭ. ҊԩԨԚԩԚԦՄԬԤԫԠԪԤԠԟԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԧ ҃ԮԫԭѳԭԭԛԫԕԛԫԗِҋՃՀԭԔԚԦՄԬԤԫԠԪԤԠًԔԦԷԭԔԿԬԭԫԮԨԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ ҉ԛԭԫԩґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԠԡ. «Pezzo capricƬǣȒɀȒ‫ٵ‬ԚԦՄԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԿԟԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԧًȒp. 62 ҆ԔԤԬѴԫԮԱ. ҊԩԧԔԨԬԚԦՄԔԦԷԭԔԟԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԧ԰ԔԧԔԞԩԫ, op. 85 ҆ԔԨԮԛԦԷԚԛҏԔԦԷՄِ‫ٴ‬ҞԬԪԔԨԬԷԤԠԡԭԔԨԛԳԷ‫ٵ‬ԚԦՄԬԤԫԠԪԤԠԿԤԔԧԛԫԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ ҆ԔԤԬѴԫԮԱ. «҃ԩԦԨԿԚԫԛԡ‫ٵ‬ԚԦՄԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԿԟԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԧًȒp. 57 ҇ԿԤԤԩԦԩ҉ԔԗԔԨԿԨԿِѳԨԚԔԨԭԛԟԖԔԫԿԔԳԿՄԧԠԚԦՄԬԭԫԮԨԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ

ѾԔԖԛԫԴԔԦԷԨԠԡԤԩԨԳԛԫԭ԰ԛԬԭԠԖԔԦՃԚԔԫԮԽԦՃԤԬԮԬԩԖԮԪԫԩԗԫԔԧԮԟԔԮԲԔԬԭՃ ԔԨԬԔԧԕԦՃCx0«ATA LYSY. ҒԛԟԔԱԩԪԦԠԖԔԪԩԚԩԫԩԞԧԮԟԠԲԨԠԧԠ ԬԖԿԭԩԗԦՄԚԔԧԠًԿԨԚԠԖԿԚԮԔԦԷԨԩԬԭՄԧԠԡԛԪԩԱԔԧԠ‫ژ‬٪ԖԿԚ҆ԩԳԔԫԭԔԚԩ70-ԱԫԩԤԿԖ ԧԠԨԮԦԩԗԩԬԭԩԦԿԭԭՄԮԭԖԩԫԿ҆ԔԦԤԩԦԷԧԔѳԫԨԩԦԷԚԔًԲԛԫԛԟԨԛԬԪԩԤԿԡԨԠԱ ԫԩԧԔԨԭԠԤԿԖґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԩԗԩԿѴԫԮԱԔًԦԿԫԠԲԨԩԗԩ҉ԔԗԔԨԿԨԿً ԛԨԛԫԗԿԡԨԩ‫ٮ‬ԧԩԚԛԫԨԩԖԩԗԩѴԔԫԭԩԤԔًԧԔԦԷԩԖԨԠԲԩԗԩԚԛҏԔԡԦԷՀِِِ҃ԦԔԬԠԲԨԔ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԮԕԔԗԔԭԬԭԖԿԬԖԩԽՀԫԿԟԨԩԧԔԨԿԭԨԩԬԭԿԮԖԠԤԩԨԔԨԨԿԨԔԡԤԫԔԵԠԱ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԿԖԟҍԤԫԔՀԨԠًғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՀًҞԟԫԔՀԦՃ, ҊԮԧԮԨԿՀԭԔҞԬԪԔԨԿՀِ

҃ԔԧԛԫԨԠԡԔԨԬԔԧԕԦԷ‫ٴ‬Cx0«ATA LYSY»


11 LVIV NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC /

BARTÓK ARNOLD MOZART ATTENBERG TCHAIKOVSKY BRUCH DE FALLA PAGANINI

7 TCHAIKOVSKY ST.

ƻǼƏ Ərtók. Divertimento for String Orchestra xƏǼcȒǼȅrnold. Concerto for Two Violins and String Orchestra WolfganǕȅaƳƺɖɀxozart. Rondo for Violin and Orchestra KurɎtterberg. Suite for Violin, Viola and String Orchestra PyȒɎȸTchaikovsky. Pezzo capriccioso for Cello and Orchestra, op. 62 xƏɴ ȸɖch. Romance for viola and orchestra in F major, op. 85 xƏȇɖƺǼƳƺFalla. Spanish Dance for Violin and Chamber Orchestra xƏɴ ȸɖch. Kol Nidrei for Cello and Orchestra, op. 57 NiccȒǼȠPaganini. Andante con variazioni for String Orchestra The closing concert of the festival brings an amazing programme presented by Cx0«ATA LYSY. This musical journely through centuries, individualities and aesthetic world views - from Mozart to 1970-ies in the work of Malcolm Arnold, throught the restless Romantics Tchaikovsky and Bruch, lyrical Paganini, modernist Bartok and picturesque Manuel de Falla... Classical music in the richness of its diversity, performed bɵˡnest musicians from Ukraine, Switzerland, Israel, Romania and Spain.

Cx0«ATA LYSç!ǝƏȅƫƺȸ0ȇɀƺȅƫǼƺ


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Oleg Kaskiv was born in 1978 in the small Ukrainian village Kremenetz into a family of musicians. He began playing violin at the age of 7 under the guidance of his violinists parents and later entered Mykola Lysenko National Academy of Music in Lviv. In 1996, Oleg won a scholarship to study in Switzerland at the famous International Menuhin Music Academy (IMMA). At the Academy, Oleg's great mentor was Professor Alberto Lysy who got his education directly from Lord Yehudi Menuhin and was his only pupil. Today Oleg Kaskiv is a soloist and main violin professor at the IMMA. As a soloist, Oleg Kaskiv regularly performs with great success in his native country with the National Symphony of Ukraine, Odesa Philharmonic and Lviv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestras and worǼƳɯǣƳƺ‫ ي‬with the Camerata Lysy, Camerata de Lausanne, Symphoniker Orchester Zürich, Orchestre National de Belgique, Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal and Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden. He plays a violin from Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù, one of the greatest violin makers in the music history, which is lent to him to recognize his high class as a violinist and a musician.

OLEG KASKIV

҈҅ѺѶ ҃ѳҋҖ҃Ҟѵ

҈Ԧԛԗ ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖ ԨԔԫԩԚԠԖԬՄ Ԗ 1978 ԫ. Ԗ ԨԛԖԛԦԠԲԤԩԧԮ ԧԿԬԭԛԲԤԮ ҃ԫԛԧԛԨԛԳԷ Ԗ ԫԩԚԠԨԿ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԿԖِ ҍ ԖԿԳԿ 7 ԫԩԤԿԖ ԖԿԨ ԪԩԲԔԖ ԗԫԔԭԠ ԨԔ ԬԤԫԠԪԳԿ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ԬԖԩՀԱ ԕԔԭԷԤԿԖ-ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖً ԟԗԩԚԩԧ ԖԿԨ ԖԬԭԮԪԠԖԚԩ҇ԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԩՀԧԮԟԠԲԨԩՀԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀԿԧِ҆ԠԤԩԦԠ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔԮ҅ԷԖԩԖԿِ ѵ 1996 ԫ. ҈Ԧԛԗ ԩԭԫԠԧԔԖ ԬԭԠԪԛԨԚԿՃ ԚԦՄ ԨԔԖԲԔԨԨՄ Ԗ ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՀ Ԯ ԖԿԚԩԧԿԡ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ (International Menuhin Music Academy – IMMA), ՄԤԔ ԕԮԦԔ ԟԔԬԨԩԖԔԨԔ ҋԛԫԩԧ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԠԧ Ԗ 1977 ԫԩԳԿِ ҇ԔԬԭԔԖԨԠԤԩԧ ҈ԦԛԗԔ Ԗ ѳԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ ԕԮԖ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫ ѳԦԷԕԛԫԭԩ ҅ԠԬԠԡً ՄԤԠԡ ԬԖԩԗԩ ԲԔԬԮ ԨԔԖԲԔԖԬՄ Ԯ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ Կ ԕԮԖ ԡԩԗԩ ԽԚԠԨԠԧ ԮԲԨԛԧِ ҋԷԩԗԩԚԨԿ ҈Ԧԛԗ ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖ٫ԬԩԦԿԬԭԭԔԗԩԦԩԖԨԠԡԪԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԪԩԤԦԔԬԮԬԤԫԠԪԤԠԖѳԤԔԚԛԧԿՀِ ңԤ ԬԩԦԿԬԭ ҈Ԧԛԗ ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖ ԫԛԗԮԦՄԫԨԩ Կ ԟ ԖԛԦԠԤԠԧ ԮԬԪԿԱԩԧ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԔԽ Ԗ ҍԤԫԔՀԨԿ ԟ ԭԔԤԠԧԠ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԔԧԠً ՄԤ ҇ԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԠԡ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ҍԤԫԔՀԨԠً ҈ԚԛԬԷԤԠԡ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԠԡ ԰ԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿԡԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԩՀ ԰ԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿՀً Ԕ ԭԔԤԩԞ Ԗ ԫԿԟԨԠԱ ԤԫԔՀԨԔԱ ԬԖԿԭԮ Ԯ ԬԪԿԖԪԫԔԳԿ ԟ ԭԔԤԠԧԠ ԤԩԦԛԤԭԠԖԔԧԠً ՄԤ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԡ ԔԨԬԔԧԕԦԷ «Camerata Lysy», ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ «Camerata de Lausanne», ҒՃԫԿԱԬԷԤԠԡ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ҇ԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ѴԛԦԷԗԿՀً ҆ԩԨԫԛԔԦԷԬԷԤԠԡ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ѴԔԚԛԨ‫ٮ‬ѴԔԚԛԨԔِ ҈Ԧԛԗ ԗԫԔԽ ԨԔ ԬԤԫԠԪԳԿ ԧԔԡԬԭԫԔ ѹԞԮԟԛԪԪԛ ѶԖԔԫԨԛԫԿ ‫ٴ‬ԚԛԦԷ ѹԞԛԟԮ», ԩԚԨԩԗԩ ԟ ԨԔԡԖԠԚԔԭԨԿԴԠԱ ԬԤԫԠԪԤԩԖԠԱ ԧԔԡԬԭԫԿԖԖԿԬԭԩԫԿՀًԨԔԚԔԨԿԡԡԩԧԮԨԔԟԨԔԤԖԠԟԨԔԨԨՄԖԠԬԩԤԩԗԩԤԦԔԬԮՄԤԬԤԫԠԪԔԦՄԭԔԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԔِ


Studies with Adelina Oprean in Basel, Sándor Végh at the Mozarteum Salzburg and at the International Menuhin Music Academy with Alberto Lysy. He completed his formation with Walter Levin, Hatto Beyerle, Siegmund Nissel, Yehudi Menuhin and Joseph Silverstein. In 1994 he founded the Ligeti String Trio, winning several competitions among which the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in Japan. As a soloist, Igor Keller performed with orchestras such as the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, the “Nouvel Orchestre de Radio-France”, the Sinfonieorchester Basel, the Württembergisches Kammerorchester as well as the Camerata Academica Salzburg. Member of the renowned Amar Quartet since 2006, Igor Keller played in most major venues in 0urope, such as the Wigmore Hall, the Lucerne Festival, the Tonhalle Zurich, the Menuhin Festival Gstaad, the Lockenhaus Festival, etc. He has extensive orchestra experience as well, being a guest concertmaster with numerous symphonic and chamber orchestras and being since 2010 ˡrst concertmaster of the St. Gallen Symphonic Orchestra.

IGOR KELLER

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ҞѶ҈Ҋ ҃Ѻ҅҅ѺҊ

ҍԲԛԨԷ ѳԚԛԦԿԨԠ ҈ԪԫԛԔԨ ٢ԧِѴԔԟԛԦԷ٣ً ғԔԨԚԩԫԔ ѵԛԗԔ ٢҆ԩԳԔԫԭԛԮԧً ԧِѾԔԦԷԳԕԮԫԗ) ԭԔ ѳԦԷԕԛԫԭԩ ҅ԠԬԩԗԩ ٢҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԔ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԔ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՄ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ٣ِ Ҁԩԗԩ ԰ԩԫԧԮԖԔԨԨՄ ՄԤ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԔ ԖԿԚԕԮԖԔԦԩԬԷ ԭԔԤԩԞ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ѵԔԦԷԭԛԫԔ ҅ԛԖԿԨԔً ҐԔԭԭԩ ѴԛԡԛԫԦԔً ѾԿԗԧԮԨԚԔ ҇ԿԬԬԛԦՄً ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔԭԔѹԞԩԟԛ԰ԔҋԿԦԷԖԛԫԬԭԔԡԨԔِ ѵ 1994 ԫԩԳԿ ԖԿԨ ԟԔԬԨԮԖԔԖ ԭԫԿԩ «Ligeti String Trio», ՄԤԛ ԟԚԩԕԮԦԩ ԪԛԫԛԧԩԗԮ Ԗ ԚԛԤԿԦԷԤԩԱ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԔԱً ԬԛԫԛԚՄԤԠԱًԟԩԤԫԛԧԔً҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԡԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀԧԮԟԠԤԠԖԧِ҈ԬԔԤԔ٢ңԪԩԨԿՄ٣ِ ңԤ ԬԩԦԿԬԭ Ҟԗԩԫ ҃ԛԦԦԛԫ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԔԖ ԟ ԭԔԤԠԧԠ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԔԧԠً ՄԤ ҋԭԫԔԬԕԮԫԟԷԤԠԡ ԰ԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿԡԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ҏԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿԡԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ҊԔԚԿԩ ҏԫԔԨԳԿՀً ѴԔԟԛԦԷԬԷԤԠԡ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ѵՃԫԭԛԧԕԛԫԟԷԤԠԡ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, Ԕ ԭԔԤԩԞ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ «Camerata Academica Salzburg». ңԤ ԮԲԔԬԨԠԤ ԖԿԚԩԧԩԗԩ «Amar Quartet» ԟ 2006 ԫԩԤԮ, Ҟԗԩԫ ҃ԛԦԦԛԫ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԔԖ Ԗ ԨԔԡԖԿԚԩԧԿԴԠԱ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԨԠԱ ԟԔԦԔԱ ҜԖԫԩԪԠً ԬԛԫԛԚ ՄԤԠԱ ѵԿԗԧԩԫ-ԱԩԦ Ԗ ҅ԩԨԚԩԨԿً ҏԛԬԭԠԖԔԦԷ ԤԦԔԬԠԲԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ Ԗ ҅ՃԳԛԫԨԿً ҌԩԨԗԔԦԽ Ԗ ҒՃԫԿԱԮ, ҆ԮԟԠԲԨԠԡ ԰ԛԬԭԠԖԔԦԷ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ Ԗ ѶԴԭԔԔԚԿً ҏԛԬԭԠԖԔԦԷ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ Ԗ ҅ԩԤԛԨԱԔԮԟԿً ԭԩԵԩ. ѵԿԨ ԭԔԤԩԞ ԧԔԽ ԕԔԗԔԭԠԡ ԚԩԬԖԿԚ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԖԩՀ ԗԫԠ ՄԤ ԟԔԪԫԩԴԛԨԠԡ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԧԛԡԬԭԛԫ Ԗ ԕԔԗԔԭԷԩԱ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԱ ԭԔ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԱ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԔԱً Ԕ ԭԔԤԩԞ ՄԤ ԪԛԫԴԠԡԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԧԛԡԬԭԛԫҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮҋԔԨԤԭ‫ٮ‬ѶԔԦԦԛԨԔِ ѵԿԨ ԟԔԪԠԬԮԖԔԖ ԚԠԬԤԠ ԟ ԭԔԤԠԧԠ ԦԛԡԕԦԔԧԠً ՄԤ «Musiques Suisses», «N0OS», «Léman Classics», Ԕ ԭԔԤԩԞԟԚԿԡԬԨԠԖԟԔԪԠԬԖԬԿԱԬԭԫԮԨԨԠԱԤԖԔԫԭԛԭԿԖ҉ԔԮԦՄѶԿԨԚԛԧԿԭԔԚԦՄԦԛԡԕԦԔ‫ٴ‬zƏxos».


14 Adelina Oprean was born in Deva, Romania. She studied at the Bucharest School of music under the guidance of Stefan Gheorghiu, in Gstaad under Alberto Lysy and Yehudi Menuhin and under Sándor Végh at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She has won international prizes at the Bach Competition in Leipzig, at the chamber music competitions in Belgrade, Colmar and Geneva, in 0ǣɀƺȇȅƏtt (Joachim Competition) and London (First prize Carl Flesch Competition). From 1982 until 1986 Adelina Oprean taught at the Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad and assisted Sándor Végh in Lenk, since 1985 she has a professorship at the Basel School of Music. She has performed all around 0urope, North and South America, Asia, made recordings for radio and television. Since 1997 Adelina Oprean has been a permanent member of the ARIA Quartet in Basel, one of the Switzerland‫ټ‬s leading quartets.

ADELINA OPREAN

ѳѹѺ҅Ҟ҇ѳ ҈҉ҊѺѳ҇

ѳԚԛԦԿԨԔ ҈ԪԫԛԔԨ ԨԔԫԩԚԠԦԔԬԷ Ԗ ԧِ ѹԛԖԔً ҊԮԧԮԨԿՄِ ѵԩԨԔ ԨԔԖԲԔԦԔԬԷ Ԗ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԴԤԩԦԿ Ԗ ѴԮԱԔԫԛԬԭԿ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ғԭԛ԰ԔԨԔ ѶԛԩԫԗԿԮ, Ԗ ѶԴԭԔԔԚԿ ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ѳԦԷԕԛԫԭԩ ҅ԠԬԩԗԩ ԭԔ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ ԭԔ Ԗ ԟԔԦԷԳԕԮԫԟԷԤԩԧԮ ҆ԩԳԔԫԭԛԮԧԿ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ғԔԨԚԩԫԔ ѵԛԗԔِ ѵԩԨԔ Խ ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫԤԩՃ ԪԫԛԧԿԡ ԕԔԗԔԭԷԩԱ ԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԖً ԟԩԤԫԛԧԔً ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԗԩ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮ Կԧِ Ҁِ ҋ. ѴԔԱԔ Ԗ ҅ԛԡԪԳԠԗԮ ٢҇ԿԧԛԲԲԠԨԔ٣ً ҃ԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԖ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ Ԗ ѴԛԦԗԫԔԚԿ (ҋԛԫԕԿՄ٣ً ҃ԩԦԷԧԔԫԿ ٢ҏԫԔԨԳԿՄ٣ ԭԔ ѽԛԨԛԖԿ ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ً ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԗԩ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖ Կԧِ Ҁԩԟԛ԰Ԕ ҀԩԔԱԿԧԔ ԭԔ ԪԛԫԴԩՀ ԪԫԛԧԿՀ ԨԔ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԧԮ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖ Կԧِ ҃ԔԫԦԔ ҏԦԛԴԔ (҅ԩԨԚԩԨً ѵԛԦԠԤԔ ѴԫԠԭԔԨԿՄ٣ِ ѵ ԪԛԫԿԩԚ ԟ 1982 Ԫԩ 1986 ԫԿԤ ѳԚԛԦԿԨԔ ҈ԪԫԛԔԨ ԖԠԤԦԔԚԔԦԔ Ԗ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ Ԗ ԧِ ѶԴԭԔԔԚ ԭԔ ԔԬԠԬԭԮԖԔԦԔ ғԔԨԚԩԫԮ ѵԛԗԔ Ԗ ԧِ ҅ԛԨԤً ԟ 1985 ԫԩԤԮ ԖԩԨԔ ԩԕԿԡԧԔԽ ԪԩԬԔԚԮ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԔ Ԗ ѴԔԟԛԦԷԬԷԤԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀِ ѶԛԩԗԫԔ԰ԿՄ ՀՀ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԿԖ ԖԤԦՃԲԔԽ ҜԖԫԩԪԮ, ѳԧԛԫԠԤԮ, ҉ԿԖԚԛԨԨԮ ѳԧԛԫԠԤԮ ԭԔ ѳԟԿՃ, Ԕ ԭԔԤԩԞ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԠ ԨԔ ԫԔԚԿԩ ԭԔ ԭԛԦԛԕԔԲԛԨԨԿِ Ѿ 1997 ԫԩԤԮ ѳԚԛԦԿԨԔԽԪԩԬԭԿԡԨԠԧԲԦԛԨԩԧ«ARIA QuartƺɎ‫ٵ‬ԖѴԔԟԛԦԿًԩԚԨԩԗԩԟԪԫԩԖԿԚԨԠԱԤԖԔԫԭԛԭԿԖғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՀِ


Iryna Gintova was born on April 5, 1988 in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. At the age of 5 she entered Kyiv Special Music School named after Mykola Lysenko to study violin in class of Lyudmila Ovcharenko. Iryna Gintova currently lives in Zurich, Switzerland where she studied at Zürich University of Arts under the apprenticeship of Zakhar Bron and Ilya Gringolts. Iryna has won numerous international violin competitions and awards. Among them are the Pierre Lantier International Competition in Paris, France (Grand Prix in 2001), the Gnesin International Competition in Moscow, Russia (2nd Prize in 2003), and the "Citta di Brescia" XI International Violin Competition in Brescia, Italy (2nd Prize in 2007). She is a winner of a student prize of Migros Culture Percentage instrumental music competition (2011, Zurich). Iryna took part in numerous festivals, namely, in Gidon Kremer's Chamber Music Festival in Lockenhaus (Austria, 2002), Herbst in der Helferei (Switzerland, 2009), October with Great Violinist (Italy 2009), Jeunesses Musicales International Chamber Music Campus for 0ȇɀƺȅƫǼƺɀ (Germany, 2010), Four Seasons (Switzerland, 2011), 0ncuentro de Música y Academia de Santander (Spain, 2012, 2013). In 2009 she founded the string trio «Opus 8» in Zürich.

IRYNA GINTOVA

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ҞԫԠԨԔ ѶԿԨԭԩԖԔ ԨԔԫԩԚԠԦԔԬԷ 5 ԤԖԿԭԨՄ 1988 ԫԩԤԮ Ԗ ҃ԠԽԖԿِ ҍ ԖԿԳԿ 5 ԫԩԤԿԖ ԖԩԨԔ ԖԬԭԮԪԠԦԔ Ԛԩ ҃ԠՀԖԬԷԤԩՀ ԬԪԛԳԿԔԦԿԟԩԖԔԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԩՀ ԴԤԩԦԠ Կԧِ ِ҆ ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔ Ԗ ԤԦԔԬ ԬԤԫԠԪԤԠ ҅ՃԚԧԠԦԠ ҈ԖԲԔԫԛԨԤԩ. ҋԷԩԗԩԚԨԿ ҞԫԠԨԔ ԞԠԖԛ Ԗ ҒՃԫԿԱԮ ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ً Ԛԛ ԖԩԨԔ ԨԔԖԲԔԦԔԬԷ Ԗ ҒՃԫԿԱԬԷԤԩԧԮ ԮԨԿԖԛԫԬԠԭԛԭԿ ԧԠԬԭԛԳԭԖ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧѾԔԱԔԫԔѴԫԩԨԔԭԔҞԦԦԿѶԫԿԨԗԩԦԷԳԔِ ҞԫԠԨԔ Խ ԦԔԮԫԛԔԭԤԩՃ ԭԔ ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫԤԩՃ ԪԫԛԧԿԡ ԕԔԗԔԭԷԩԱ ԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԖِ ҋԛԫԛԚ ԨԠԱ‫ي‬ ѶԫԔԨ‫҉ٮ‬ԫԿ ԨԔ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԧԮ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿ Կԧِ ҉‫ټ‬ԽԫԔ ҅ԔԨԭ‫ټ‬Խ (2001 ԫ., ҉ԔԫԠԞً ҏԫԔԨԳԿՄ٣ً ѹԫԮԗԔ ҉ԫԛԧԿՄ ԨԔ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԧԮ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿ Կԧِ ѶԨԛԬԿԨԔ (2003 ԫ., ҆ԩԬԤԖԔً ҊԩԬԿՄ٣ ԭԔ ѹԫԮԗԔ ҉ԫԛԧԿՄ ԨԔ ‫ٮ׏׏‬ԧԮ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԧԮ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖ "Citta di Brescia" (2007ԫ., ѴԫԛԴԿՄً ҞԭԔԦԿՄ٣ِ ѵԩԨԔ Խ ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫԤԩՃ ԬԭԮԚԛԨԭԬԷԤԩՀ ԪԫԛԧԿՀ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮ ԿԨԬԭԫԮԧԛԨԭԔԦԷԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ «Migros Culture Percentage» (2011 ԫ., ҒՃԫԿԱًғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ ҞԫԠԨԔ Խ ԮԲԔԬԨԠԳԛՃ ԕԔԗԔԭԷԩԱ ԰ԛԬԭԠԖԔԦԿԖً ԬԛԫԛԚ ՄԤԠԱ ҏԛԬԭԠԖԔԦԷ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ Կԧِ ѶԿԚԩԨԔ ҃ԫԛԧԛԫԔ Ԗ ҅ԩԤԛԨԱԔԮԟԿ ٢ѳԖԬԭԫԿՄً 2002), «Herbst in der Helferei» ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄً 2009), «October with Great Violinist» ٢ҞԭԔԦԿՄً 2009), ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԡ ԤԔԧԪԮԬ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ ԚԦՄ ԔԨԬԔԧԕԦԿԖ «Jeunesses Musicales» ٢҇ԿԧԛԲԲԠԨԔً 2010), «Four Seasons» ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄً 2011), ‫҆ٴ‬ԮԟԠԲԨԿ ԟԮԬԭԫԿԲԿ ԭԔ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՄ Ԗ ҋԔԨԭԔԨԚԛԫԿ‫ٵ‬٢ҞԬԪԔԨԿՄً2012, 2013). ѵ 2009 ԫ. Ԗ ҒՃԫԿԱԮ ԖԩԨԔ ԟԔԬԨԮԖԔԦԔ ԬԭԫԮԨԨԛ ԭԫԿԩ «Opus 8». Ѿ 2013 ԫ. ҞԫԠԨԔ ѶԿԨԭԩԖԔ Խ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԧԛԡԬԭԛԫԩԧҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԩԗԩԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮҋԔԨԤԭ‫ٮ‬ѶԔԦԦԛԨԔ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ

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Ukrainian born violinist, Vasyl Zatsikha, commenced his studies at Lviv Solomiya Krushelnytska Music School at the age of 5 and continued through 17 years old as a student of Miroslav Sora. In 2008, he continued his studies under Prof. Igor Pylatyuk at the Lviv National Music Academy. He is a student of Maxim Vengerov and Oleg Kaskiv at the prestigious International Menuhin Music Academy (IMMA) on a full scholarship since 2015 and Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences since 2017. A laureate of over 20 international competitions, Vasyl has notably been a First Prize Winner in Rahn Musikpreis Competition (Zurich, 2018), a second prize winner in Premio Rodolfo Lipizer 2017 Competition, Second Prize winner in the Murten Classic Competition (2016), a Major Prize winner in the Second Yankelevych International Violin Competition (2011) and the Fourth Lysenko International Violin Competition (2012). Vasyl has been a concertmaster of numerous ensembles includinǕ‫ ي‬IMMA Soloists, MBS Symphony Orchestra, Perpetuum Mobile Chamber Orchestra, Academia Chamber Orchestra to name a few. As a soloist, he has performed major works with Trembita Chamber Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, INSO-Lviv Symphony Orchestra, Lviv Virtuoses Chamber Orchestra, IMMA Soloists. Recent activities includes professional solo artist recording with IMMA, multiple concerts in 0urope and South America, concert with LSO in Zurich Tonhalle Maag conducted by Patrick Hahn.

VASYL ZATSIKHA

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ҍԤԫԔՀԨԬԷԤԠԡ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԷ ѵԔԬԠԦԷ ѾԔԳԿԱԔ ԫԩԟԪԩԲԔԖ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԮ ԩԬԖԿԭԮ Ԯ ԖԿԳԿ 5 ԫԩԤԿԖ Ԗ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԿԡ ԬԪԛԳԿԔԦԿԟԩԖԔԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԴԤԩԦԿ‫ٮ‬ԿԨԭԛԫԨԔԭ Կԧِ ҋ. ҃ԫԮԴԛԦԷԨԠԳԷԤԩՀً Ԛԛ ԨԔԖԲԔԖԬՄ Ԗ ԤԦԔԬԿ ҆ԠԫԩԬԦԔԖԔ ҋԩԫԠِ ѵ 2008 ԫԩԳԿ ԖԿԨ ԪԫԩԚԩԖԞԠԖ ԨԔԖԲԔԨԨՄ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԔ ҞԗԩԫՄ ҉ԠԦԔԭՃԤԔ Ԗ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԿԡ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ِ҆ ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔِ Ѿ 2015 ԫԩԤԮ ԨԔԖԲԔԽԭԷԬՄ Ԗ ԪԫԛԬԭԠԞԨԿԡ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ҆ԔԤԬԠԧԔ ѵԛԨԗԛԫԩԖԔ ԭԔ ҈ԦԛԗԔ ҃ԔԬԷԤԿԖԔً Ԕ ԟ 2017 ԫԩԤԮ – Ԗ ҍԨԿԖԛԫԬԠԭԛԭԿ ԪԫԠԤԦԔԚԨԠԱ ԨԔԮԤ ҃ԔԦԔԡԚԩԬ ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ ҅ԔԮԫԛԔԭ ԪԩԨԔԚ 20 ԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԖً ԟԩԤԫԛԧԔً ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫ ҉ԛԫԴԩՀ ԪԫԛԧԿՀ «Rahn Musikpreis Competition» ٢ԧِҒՃԫԿԱً ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄً 2018), ѹԫԮԗԩՀ ԪԫԛԧԿՀ ԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԗԩ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮ «Premio Rodolfo Lipizer» ٢ԧِ ѶԩԫԿԳԿՄً ҞԭԔԦԿՄً 2017), ѹԫԮԗԩՀ ԪԫԛԧԿՀ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖ «Murten Classics» ٢ԧِ ҆ԮԫԭԛԨً ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄً 2016), ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫ ѶԩԦԩԖԨԩՀ ԪԫԛԧԿՀ 2-ԗԩ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԗԩ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖ Կԧِ Ң. Ҟِ ңԨԤԛԦԛԖԠԲԔ٢20‫׏׏‬٣ԭԔ4-ԗԩ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԗԩԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԮԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖԿԧِِ҆҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔ٢2012). ҋԛԫԛԚ ԨԛԵԩԚԔԖԨԿԱ ԚԩԬՄԗԨԛԨԷ‫ ي‬Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԿԡԨԠԡ ԬԩԦԷԨԠԡ ԟԔԪԠԬ ԟ ԤԩԦԛԤԭԠԖԩԧ «ҋԩԦԿԬԭԠ IMMA», ԲԠԬԦԛԨԨԿ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԠ Ԗ ҜԖԫԩԪԿ ԭԔ ҉ԿԖԚԛԨԨԿԡ ѳԧԛԫԠԳԿً ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭ ԟ ҅ԩԨԚԩԨԬԷԤԠԧ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԧ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԧԖԳՃԫԿԱԬԷԤԩԧԮԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԨԩԧԮԟԔԦԿҌԩԨԗԔԦԛԪԿԚԚԠԫԠԗԮԖԔԨԨՄԧ҉ԔԭԫԿԤԔҐԔԨԔِ

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Ivan VukƮeɮǣƭ is a solo viola of the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana (Lugano, Switzerland), a position he has held since 2002. He is also a founder and violist of the internationally renowned Quartetto 0nergie Nove. Since 2012, he is a Professor of Viola at the International Menuhin Music Academy, Gstaad, Switzerland. As a soloist, he has performed the most important works from the viola repertoire and his performances have been broadcast throughout the world. Ivan has appeared as a soloist with ensembles in Australia and 0urope, such as the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra (Norway), Camerata Menuhin, Camerata Lysy Gstaad (Switzerland), Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra, Chernivtsi Symphony Orchestra (Ukraine) and the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana (Lugano, Switzerland). Ivan‫ټ‬s orchestral engagements included tenure as a Co-Principal violist of the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra (Norway) from 2001 to 2002, and the Solo Viola position with the Sinfonieorchester Basel in 2008. Ivan VukƮeɮǣƭ is a former student of the Victorian College of the Arts, a First Class Honours graduate of the University of Western Australia and a graduate of the International Menuhin Music Academy, Gstaad. Ivan VukƮeɮǣƭȵǼays on a rare 1987 Joseph Gagliano viola and a 1991 F. Bissolotti instrument.

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Ѿ 2002 ԫ. ҞԖԔԨ ѵԮԤԲԛԖԿԲ Խ ԬԩԦԿԬԭԩԧ Ԗ ҈ԫԤԛԬԭԫԿ Svizzera Italiana ٢ԧِ ҅ԮԗԔԨԩ, ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ ѵԿԨ ԭԔԤԩԞ Խ ԟԔԬԨԩԖԨԠԤԩԧ ԭԔ ԮԲԔԬԨԠԤԩԧ ԖԿԚԩԧԩԗԩ Ԗ ԬԖԿԭԿ ԤԖԔԫԭԛԭԮ «Quartetto 0nergie Nove». Ѿ 2012 ԫ. ԖԿԨ Խ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԩԧԮ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԿԡԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀԿԧِҞԽԗԮԚԿ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ٢ԧِѶԴԭԔԔԚًғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ Ҁԩԗԩ ԫԛԪԛԫԭԮԔԫ ՄԤ ԬԩԦԿԬԭԔ ԧԿԬԭԠԭԷ ԨԔԡԖԔԞԦԠԖԿԴԿ ԭԖԩԫԠ ԚԦՄ ԔԦԷԭԔً Ԕ ԡԩԗԩ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԠ ԭԫԔԨԬԦՃԖԔԦԠԬԷ Ԯ ԖԬԷԩԧԮ ԬԖԿԭԿِ ңԤ ԬԩԦԿԬԭ ԖԿԨ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԔԖ ԟ ԤԩԦԛԤԭԠԖԔԧԠ Ԗ ѳԖԬԭԫԔԦԿՀ ԭԔ ҜԖԫԩԪԿً ԬԛԫԛԚ ՄԤԠԱ ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ԧِ ҋԭԔԖԔԨԗԛԫ ٢҇ԩԫԖԛԗԿՄ٣ً ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ «Camerata Menuhin», ԤԔԧԛԫԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ «Camerata Lysy Gstaad» ٢ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ً ҋԦԩԖԛԨԬԷԤԠԡ ԰ԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿԡԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ґԩԫԨԩԗԩԫԬԷԤԠԡ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ, ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԠԡ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫ ґԛԫԨԿԖԛԳԷԤԩՀ ԰ԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿՀ (ҍԤԫԔՀԨԔ٣ ԭԔ ҈ԫԤԛԬԭԫ Svizzera Italiana ٢ԧِ ҅ԮԗԔԨԩ, ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ ҈ԫԤԛԬԭԫԩԖԠԡ ԚԩԬԖԿԚ ҞԖԔԨԔ ԖԤԦՃԲԔԽ ԪԩԬԔԚԮ ԚԫԮԗԩԗԩ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԧԛԡԬԭԛԫԔ ԗԫԮԪԠ ԔԦԷԭԿԖ ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԩԗԩ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ ҋԭԔԖԔԨԗԛԫԔ ٢҇ԩԫԖԛԗԿՄ٣ً ՄԤԮ ԖԿԨ ԩԕԿԡԧԔԖ Ԗ ԬԛԟԩԨԿ 2001-2002 ԫԫ. ԭԔ ԪԩԬԔԚԮ ԬԩԦԿԬԭԔ‫ٮ‬ԔԦԷԭԠԬԭԔ Ԗ ѴԔԟԛԦԷԬԷԤԩԧԮ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԩԧԮ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԿԖ2008 ԫ. ҞԖԔԨ ѵԮԤԲԛԖԿԲ Խ ԖԠԪԮԬԤԨԠԤԩԧ ѵԿԤԭԩԫԿԔԨԬԷԤԩԗԩ ԤԩԦԛԚԞԮ ԧԠԬԭԛԳԭԖً ѾԔԱԿԚԨԩ‫ٮ‬ԔԖԬԭԫԔԦԿԡԬԷԤԩԗԩ ҍԨԿԖԛԫԬԠԭԛԭԮ, ՄԤԠԡ ԖԿԨ ԟԔԤԿԨԲԠԖ ԟ ԖԿԚԟԨԔԤԩՃ, ԭԔ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԩՀ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ٢ԧِѶԴԭԔԔԚًғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ِ ҞԖԔԨ ѵԮԤԲԛԖԿԲ ԗԫԔԽ ԨԔ ԫԿԚԤԿԬԨԩԧԮ ԔԦԷԭԿ ԫԩԕԩԭԠ ԧԔԡԬԭԫԔ ѹԞԩԟԛ԰Ԕ ѶԔԦԷՄԨԩ (1789 ԫ.) ԭԔ ԿԨԬԭԫԮԧԛԨԭԿ ҏԫԔԨԲԛԬԤԩѴԿԬԬԩԦԩԭԭԿ(1991 ԫ.)

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Valentyna Pryshlyak comes from Lviv, Ukraine. She is a graduates of Lviv National Music Academy named after M.Lysenko where she studied in the class of Professor Dmytro Komonko, holding the Bachelor Degree in Music. From 2006 until 2011 she was a member of "INSO-Lviv" Symphony Orchestra, and regularly performed as a soloist with this orchestra. In 2011 she was enrolled as a student of the International Menuhin Music Academy, where her teachers were Ivan Vukcevic, Johannes 0skar, 0ttore Causa, Sophia Reute, Liviu Prunaru and Maxim Vengerov. She was a member of the Quatuor "Lumière", in which she won the First Prize of the "Gianni Bergamo Classic Award" in 2012, chamber music category (Lugano), Third Prize of the "International Mozart Competition" (Salzburg) in 2014, and Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland Prize of the “Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition” in 2015. Since 2014, she has been a guest musician in L‫…ټ‬rchestra della Svizzera Italiana. In 2016-2017, she was doing academy in Orchestra Musikkollegium Winterthur. At the moment she is proceeding with CerɎǣˡƬƏte of Advanced Studies at Haute 0cole de Musique de Lausanne, in the class of Professor Alexander Zemtsov.

VALENTYNA PRYSHLYAK

ѵѳ҅Ѻ҇Ҍѿ҇ѳ ҉Ҋѿғ҅ң҃

ѵԔԦԛԨԭԠԨԔ ҉ԫԠԴԦՄԤ ԟԔԤԿԨԲԠԦԔ ҅ԷԖԿԖԬԷԤԮ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԮ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԮ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՃ Կԧِ ِ҆ ҅ԠԬԛԨԤԔً Ԛԛ ԨԔԖԲԔԦԔԬԷԖԤԦԔԬԿԪԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԔѹԧԠԭԫԔ҃ԩԧԩԨԷԤԔًԩԭԫԠԧԔԖԴԠԚԠԪԦԩԧԕԔԤԔԦԔԖԫԔԧԮԟԠԤԠِѾ2006 Ԫԩ 2011 ԫ. ԖԩԨԔ ԕԮԦԔ ԮԲԔԬԨԠԳԛՃ ѳԤԔԚԛԧԿԲԨԩԗԩ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԩԗԩ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ «INSO-҅ԷԖԿԖ‫ ٵ‬Կ ԲԔԬԭԩ ԧԔԦԔ ԬԩԦԷԨԿ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԠ Ԯ ԬԮԪԫԩԖԩԚԿ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԮ. ҍ 2011 ԫ. ՀՀ ԕԮԦԩ ԟԔԫԔԱԩԖԔԨԩ Ԛԩ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԩՀ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔً Ԛԛ ՀՀ ԖԠԤԦԔԚԔԲԔԧԠ ԕԮԦԠ ҞԖԔԨ ѵԮԤԲԛԖԿԲً ҀԩԗԔԨԨԛԬ ѺԬԤԔԫ, Ѻԭԭԩԫԛ ҃ԔԮԟԔً ҋԩ԰ԿՄ Ҋԛԡԭԛԫ, ҅ԿԖԿԮ ҉ԫԮԨԔԫԮ ԭԔ ҆ԔԤԬԠԧ ѵԛԨԗԛԫԩԖِ ѵԩԨԔ ԕԮԦԔ ԮԲԔԬԨԠԳԛՃ ԤԖԔԫԭԛԭԮ «Quatuor Lumière», ԟ ՄԤԠԧ Ԗ 2012 ԫ. ԩԭԫԠԧԔԦԔ ҉ԛԫԴԮ ԪԫԛԧԿՃ «Gianni Bergamo Classic Award» Ԗ ԤԔԭԛԗԩԫԿՀ «҃ԔԧԛԫԨԔ ԧԮԟԠԤԔ‫ ٵ‬٢ԧِ ҅ԮԗԔԨԩ, ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ً ҌԫԛԭՃ ԪԫԛԧԿՃ ԨԔ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԧԮ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿ Կԧِ ѵ.ѳ. ҆ԩԳԔԫԭԔ ٢ԧِ ѾԔԦԷԳԕԮԫԗ, ѳԖԬԭԫԿՄً 2014ԫ.) ԭԔ ԪԫԛԧԿՃ «Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland» ԨԔ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԩԧԮԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԬԭԫԮԨԨԠԱԤԖԔԫԭԛԭԿԖѵԿԗԧԩԫ-ԱԩԦ٢2015 ԫ.). Ѿ 2014 ԫ. ԖԩԨԔ Խ ԟԔԪԫԩԴԛԨԠԧ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԩԧ Ԗ ҈ԫԤԛԬԭԫԿ Svizzera Italiana. ѵ 2016-2017 ԫԫ. ԖԩԨԔ ԪԫԩԱԩԚԠԦԔ ԨԔԖԲԔԨԨՄ Ԗ ԴԖԛԡԳԔԫԬԷԤԩԧԮ ԬԠԧ԰ԩԨԿԲԨԩԧԮ ԩԫԤԛԬԭԫԿ «Orchestra Musikkollegium Winterthur». ҋԷԩԗԩԚԨԿ ѵԔԦԛԨԭԠԨԔ ԪԫԩԚԩԖԞԮԽ ԨԔԖԲԔԨԨՄ ԨԔ ԩԭԫԠԧԔԨԨՄ «CerɎǣˡƬƏte of Advanced ³ɎɖƳǣƺɀ‫ٵ‬ԮѵԠԵԿԡԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡԴԤԩԦԿ҅ԩԟԔԨԨԠԖԤԦԔԬԿԪԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԔ҈ԦԛԤԬԔԨԚԫԔѾԛԧԳԩԖԔِ

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Distinguished by the international press for his outstanding musicianship and communication skills, Pablo de Naverán has captivated both the public and critics since very young, in venues like the Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), Tokyo and Osaka Symphony Hall, Victoria Hall (Genève), Tonhalle (Zürich), Philharmonie (Berlin), Teatro Arriaga (Bilbao), or Mozarteum (Salzburg). At the age of 11 he began studying cello with Mihai Besedovschi, being selected at 17 in the prestigious International Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad, where he studied with Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Alberto Lysy and Radu Aldulescu. He joined later the class of Philippe Muller at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, where he completed his academic degree and obtained the highest distinction. He was awarded numerous prizes in national and international competitions such as the International Cello Competition Gaspar Cassadó, National Spanish Chamber Music Competition for Young Musicians, First Prize at the Conservatoire National de Paris, or the interpretation Award of the College of Spain in Paris. Being 27 he was appointed Professor of Cello and Chamber Music at the International Menuhin Academy in Switzerland, activity he combines today with the professorship at the Conservatory of Music of Badajoz. Pablo de Naverán plays on a cello Carlo Antonio Testore, 1723.

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҉ѳѴ҅҈ ѹѺ҇ѳѵѺҊѳ҇

҉ԔԕԦԩ Ԛԛ ҇ԔԖԛԫԔԨ ԖԞԛ Ԗ ԚԩԖԩԦԿ ՃԨԩԧԮ ԖԿԳԿ ԪԫԠԖԛԫԨԮԖ Ԛԩ Ԭԛԕԛ ԮԖԔԗԮ ԪԮԕԦԿԤԠ ԭԔ ԤԫԠԭԠԤԿԖ ԬԖԩՀԧԠ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԔԧԠ Ԗ ԭԔԤԠԱ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԨԠԱ ԟԔԦԔԱً ՄԤ ԩԪԛԫԨԠԡ ԭԛԔԭԫ «҃ԩԦԩԨ‫( ٵ‬ѴԮԛԨԩԬ ѳԡԫԛԬ, ѳԫԗԛԨԭԠԨԔ٣ً ҌԩԤԿԩ ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿ-ҐԩԦ ԭԔ ҈ԬԔԤԔ ҋԠԧ԰ԩԨԿ-ҐԩԦ ٢ңԪԩԨԿՄ٣ً ѵԿԤԭԩԫԿՄ-ԱԩԦ (ѽԛԨԛԖԔً ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ً ҌԩԨԗԔԦԦԽ ٢ҒՃԫԿԱً ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՄ٣ً ѴԛԫԦԿԨԬԷԤԔ ԰ԿԦԔԫԧԩԨԿՄً ҌԛԔԭԫ ѳԫԫԿԔԗԔ ٢ѴԿԦԷԕԔԩ, ҞԬԪԔԨԿՄ٣ً ҆ԩԳԔԫԭԛԮԧ (ѾԔԦԷԳԕԮԫԗًѳԖԬԭԫԿՄ٣ِ ѵԿԨ ԪԩԲԔԖ ԖԲԠԭԠԬՄ ԗԫԿ ԨԔ ԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԿ Ԯ ԖԿԳԿ 11 ԫԩԤԿԖ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ҆ԿԱԔՄ ѴԛԬԛԚԩԖԲԿً Ԕ Ԗ 17 ԫԩԤԿԖ ԕԮԖ ԩԕԫԔԨԠԧ ԚԦՄ ԨԔԖԲԔԨԨՄ Ԗ ԪԫԛԬԭԠԞԨԿԡ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ Ԗ ѶԴԭԔԔԚԿً Ԛԛ ԖԿԨ ԨԔԖԲԔԖԬՄ ԪԿԚ ԤԛԫԿԖԨԠԳԭԖԩԧ ԬԛԫԔ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔً ѳԦԷԕԛԫԭԩ ҅ԠԬԩԗԩ ԭԔ ҊԔԚԮ ѳԦԚԮԦԛԬԤԮ. ҉ԿԟԨԿԴԛ ԖԿԨ ԖԬԭԮԪԠԖ Ԛԩ ԤԦԔԬԮ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԔ ҏԿԦԿԪԪԔ ҆ՃԦԦԛԫԔ Ԗ ҉ԔԫԠԟԷԤԿԡ ԖԠԵԿԡ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԿԡ ԤԩԨԬԛԫԖԔԭԩԫԿՀً Ԛԛ ԖԿԨ ԩԭԫԠԧԔԖ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿԲԨԠԡ ԬԭԮԪԿԨԷ ԟ ԨԔԡԖԠԵԩՃ ԖԿԚԟԨԔԤԩՃ. ҉ԔԕԦԩ Ԛԛ ҇ԛԖԛԫԔԨ Խ ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫԛԧ ԲԠԬԦԛԨԨԠԱ ԪԫԛԧԿԡ ԭԔ ԨԔԗԩԫԩԚ ԨԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԠԱ ԭԔ ԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԖً ԬԛԫԛԚ ՄԤԠԱ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԡ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬ ԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԿԬԭԿԖ Կԧِ ѶԔԬԪԔԫԩ ѶԔԬԬԔԚԩ, ҇ԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԠԡ ԿԬԪԔԨԬԷԤԠԡ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬ ԤԔԧԛԫԨԩՀ ԧԮԟԠԤԠ ԚԦՄ ԧԩԦԩԚԠԱ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԿԖً ԪԛԫԴԔ ԪԫԛԧԿՄ ҇ԔԳԿԩԨԔԦԷԨԩՀ ԤԩԨԬԛԫԖԔԭԩԫԿՀԧِ҉ԔԫԠԞًԪԫԛԧԿՄԟԔԿԨԭԛԫԪԫԛԭԔԳԿՃԖԿԚҞԬԪԔԨԬԷԤԩԗԩԤԩԦԛԚԞԮԖ҉ԔԫԠԞԿِ ҍ ԖԿԳԿ 27 ԫԩԤԿԖ ԬԭԔԖ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԩԧ Ԯ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԿԡ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ Կԧِ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ Ԗ ғԖԛԡԳԔԫԿՀِ ѵԿԨ ԭԔԤԩԞ Խ Ԫԫԩ԰ԛԬԩԫԩԧ Ԗ ҆ԮԟԠԲԨԿԡ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՀ ԧِ ѴԔԚԔԱԩԬ ٢ҞԬԪԔԨԿՄ٣ِ ҉ԔԕԦԩ Ԛԛ ҇ԔԖԛԫԔԨ ԗԫԔԽԨԔԖԿԩԦԩԨԲԛԦԿ҃ԔԫԦԩѳԨԭԩԨԿԩҌԛԬԭԩԫԛ(1723 ԫ.)


Cellist Daniel Mitnitsky, born in 1987, is a native of Tel Aviv, presently performing internationally with various ensembles. Since joining the Aviv Quartet in 2015, he plays throughout 0urope, North and South America, and in Israel, in major venues as well as festivals and residencies. Recent projects include the recording of Schubert‫ټ‬s string trio D. 581 and string quintet D. 956 with cellist Amit Peled joining the Aviv Quartet, and a season-long presentation of the full cycle of Beethoven‫ټ‬s string quartet (in partnership with Agence Crescendo and RTS/0space 2). Stage appearances include the Victoria Hall, Tonhalle Zürich, de Doelen (Rotterdam), Tivoli Vredenburg (Utrecht), Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ (Amsterdam), Jordan Hall (Boston), Sala São Paulo, Tel Aviv Museum of Art and Jerusalem Theatre. Daniel Mitnitsky has recorded for and has been featured on Kol HaMusica Radio Broadcast numerous times. His main mentor is Zvi Harell, with whom he studied for 17 years. Mitnitsky currently resides in Lausanne, Switzerland, and is a member ȒǔǼ‫…ټ‬rchestre de Chambre de Lausanne. Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel Aviv University (B.M. 2012 magna cum ǼƏɖƳƺ٣ٕ New 0ngland Conservatory (M.M. 2014, G.D. 20‫ ٕד׏‬0dward Hyde Cox Presidential Scholarɀǝǣȵ٣ٕ International Menuhin Music Academy

DANIEL MITNITSKY

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Born in Moscow, Olga Sitkovetsky studied piano and concertmaster skills at the College of Music ƏǔˡǼǣƏted with Moscow Conservatory, and later, at St. Petersburg Conservatory. Olga has performed as accompanist in numerous International Violin Competitions and has received multiple awards for Best Accompaniment. She also participated in the International Musical Academies in Tours (France), KƺȇɎ٢0ngland) and in summer courses in Italy and France. In 1991, Lord Yehudi Menuhin invited her as an accompanist to the Yehudi Menuhin School of Music in Surrey, 0ngland. Her work at the School in 1991 - 2000 has helped a number of students to win top prizes at major International Competitions. 2002 and 2003 found her performing in some of the most prestigious concert venues in the world including Carnegie Hall, the Concertgebouw, the Salzburg ‘Mozarteum‫ ټ‬and the Vienna Konzerthaus. Recently, she has toured extensively in Italy, Belgium, Japan, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. She has also recorded with various artists for Angel RecorƳɀٖ0xX Classics, Dynamic, Naxos and ASV. Olga has enjoyed collaborating with many distinguished musicians including Yehudi Menuhin, Mstislav Rostropovich, Ida Haendel, Tim Hugh and many others.

OLGA SITKOVETSKY

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҈ԦԷԗԔ ҋԿԭԤԩԖԛԳԷԤԔ ԨԔԫԩԚԠԦԔԬԷ Ԗ ҆ԩԬԤԖԿِ ѵԩԨԔ ԩԪԔԨԩԖԮԖԔԦԔ ԧԠԬԭԛԳԭԖԩ ԗԫԠ ԨԔ ԰ԩԫԭԛԪԿԔԨԩ ԭԔ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԧԛԡԬԭԛԫԬԭԖԔ Ԗ ѳԤԔԚԛԧԿԲԨԩԧԮ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԩԧԮ ԮԲԠԦԠԵԿ ԪԫԠ ҆ԩԬԤԩԖԬԷԤԿԡ ԚԛԫԞԔԖԨԿԡ ԤԩԨԬԛԫԖԔԭԩԫԿՀ Կԧِ ҉ِҞِ ґԔԡԤԩԖԬԷԤԩԗԩ, Ԕ ԟԗԩԚԩԧ Ԗ ҋԔԨԤԭ‫҉ٮ‬ԛԭԛԫԕԮԫԟԷԤԿԡ ԚԛԫԞԔԖԨԿԡ ԤԩԨԬԛԫԖԔԭԩԫԿՀ Կԧِ ِ҆ ҊԠԧԬԷԤԩԗԩ-҃ԩԫԬԔԤԩԖԔِ ҈ԦԷԗԔ ԕԫԔԦԔ ԮԲԔԬԭԷ ՄԤ ԔԤԩԧԪԔԨԿԔԭԩԫԤԔ Ԗ ԕԔԗԔԭԷԩԱ ԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱ ԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԔԱ ԬԤԫԠԪԔԦԿԖ Կ Խ ԖԩԦԩԚԔԫԤԩՃ ԲԠԬԦԛԨԨԠԱ ԪԫԛԧԿԡ ԟԔ ԨԔԡԤԫԔԵԠԡ ԔԤԩԧԪԔԨԛԧԛԨԭ. ѵԩԨԔ ԭԔԤԩԞ ԕԫԔԦԔ ԮԲԔԬԭԷ Ԗ ҆ԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱ ԧԮԟԠԲԨԠԱ ԔԤԔԚԛԧԿՄԱ Ԗ ҌԮԫԿ ٢ҏԫԔԨԳԿՄ٣ً ҃ԛԨԭԿ ٢ѳԨԗԦԿՄ٣ ԭԔ Ԗ ԦԿԭԨԿԱԤԮԫԬԔԱԖҞԭԔԦԿՀԭԔҏԫԔԨԳԿՀِ ѵ 1991 ԫ. Ԭԛԫ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨ ԟԔԪԫԩԬԠԖ ҈ԦԷԗԮ ԨԔ ԪԩԬԔԚԮ ԔԤԩԧԪԔԨԿԔԭԩԫԔ Ԗ ғԤԩԦԿ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨԔ Ԗ ԗԫԔ԰ԬԭԖԿ ҋԮԫԫԛԡ ٢ѳԨԗԦԿՄ٣ِ ѾԔԖԚՄԤԠ ՀՀ ԫԩԕԩԭԿ Ԗ ԴԤԩԦԿ ԖԪԫԩԚԩԖԞ 1991 – 2000 ԫԫ. ԕԔԗԔԭԩ ԖԠԱԩԖԔԨԳԿԖ ԴԤԩԦԠԬԭԔԦԠԪԛԫԛԧԩԞԳՄԧԠԖԿԚԩԧԠԱԧԿԞԨԔԫԩԚԨԠԱԤԩԨԤԮԫԬԿԖِ ѵ 2002 – 2003 ԫԫ. ԖԩԨԔ ԖԠԬԭԮԪԠԦԔ Ԗ ԨԔԡԪԫԛԬԭԠԞԨԿԴԠԱ ԤԩԨԳԛԫԭԨԠԱ ԟԔԦԔԱ ԬԖԿԭԮ, ԟԩԤԫԛԧԔً Ԗ ҃ԔԫԨԛԗԿ-ҐԩԦԿ Ԗ ҇ԷՃ‫ٮ‬ҀԩԫԤԮ, ҃ԩԨԬԛԫԭԗԛԕԔԮ Ԗ ѳԧԬԭԛԫԚԔԧԿً ҆ԩԳԔԫԭԛԮԧԿ Ԗ ѾԔԦԷԳԕԮԫԟԿ ԭԔ ѵԿԚԛԨԬԷԤԩԧԮ ҃ԩԨԳԛԫԭԗԔԮԬԿِ ҈ԬԭԔԨԨԿԧ ԲԔԬԩԧ ԖԩԨԔ ԔԤԭԠԖԨԩ ԗԔԬԭԫԩԦՃԽ Ԗ ҞԭԔԦԿՀً ѴԛԦԷԗԿՀً ңԪԩԨԿՀً ҇ԩԖԿԡѾԛԦԔԨԚԿՀԭԔѵԛԦԠԤԠԡѴԫԠԭԔԨԿՀِ ѵԩԨԔ ԭԔԤԩԞ ԕԫԔԦԔ ԮԲԔԬԭԷ Ԗ ԟԔԪԠԬԿ ԚԠԬԤԿԖ ԟ ԫԿԟԨԩԧԔԨԿԭԨԠԧԠ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԔԧԠ ԚԦՄ ԭԔԤԠԱ ԦԛԡԕԦԿԖً ՄԤ «Angel RecorƳɀٖ0xX!ǼƏɀɀǣƬɀ», «Dynamic», «NaxȒɀ‫ٵ‬ԭԔ«ASV». ҈ԦԷԗԔ ԬԪԿԖԪԫԔԳՃԖԔԦԔ ԟ ԕԔԗԔԭԷԧԔ ԖԠԚԔԭԨԠԧԠ ԧԮԟԠԤԔԨԭԔԧԠً ԬԛԫԛԚ ՄԤԠԱ ҞԽԗԮԚԿ ҆ԛԨԮԱԿԨً ҆ԬԭԠԬԦԔԖ ҊԩԬԭԫԩԪԩԖԠԲًҞԚԔѶԛԨԚԛԦԷ, ҌԿԧԩԭԿҐ‫ټ‬ՃԭԔԕԔԗԔԭԷԧԔԿԨԴԠԧԠِ


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Rostyslav Burko was born in Lviv into a family of professional musicians. His father a well-known conductor and his mother a cellist who subsequently became his first teacher. He currently is an assistant director at the International Menuhin Music Academy. Here, Rostyslav is the assistant to Maxim Vengerov. Rostyslav has performed at some of the world’s leading music festivals including the Gstaad Menuhin Festival, Concerti in Pietrosanta and the Ochrid Music Festival. At the age of 14 he was accepted at the Krushelnytska Specialized Music Boarding School in Lviv, Ukraine. He successfully graduated with top honours and was awarded various accolades including a notable prize at the annual Young Talents Competition in Lviv. Following on from this, he continued his musical studies at the Mykola Lysenko Lviv Music Academy, where he participated with the International Youth Symphony Orchestra and many others. After graduating from the Lysenko Music Academy, Rostyslav began work with the newly created Austrian-Ukrainian orchestra “Da Capo K/K Filarmonikier”. He has also been playing in the Chamber Orchestra “Lviv Virtuosos” of the Lviv Philharmonic Society as a solo instrumentalist for many years. As a general director, he has both organized and participated in the successful concert tours promoting   “Lviv Virtuosos” in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Peru and others.

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РОСТИСЛАВ БУРКО

Ростислав Бурко народився у Львові в родині професійних музикантів. Його батько відомий диригент, а мати - віолончеліст, яка згодом стала його першим учителем. В даний час він є асистентом директора академії ім. Ієгуді Менухіна. Ростислав виступав на одних з найпровідніших та найвідоміших музичних фестивалях світу, включаючи фестиваль ім. Ієгуді Менухіна в м. Гштаад (Швейцарія), Фестиваль «Concerti in Pietrosanta» (Італія) та Охридський музичний фестиваль (Македонія). У віці 14 років його було зараховано до престижної спеціалізованої музичної школи-інтернат ім. С. Крушельницької (м. Львів, Україна), яку він закінчив з відзнакою. За період навчання в школі він став лауреатом багатьох конкурсів, у тому числі, його було відзначено особливою премією щорічного конкурсу «Юні Таланти» (м. Львів). Після цього він продовжив музичну освіту в Львівській національній музичній академії імені Миколи Лисенка, де брав участь зокрема, в Міжнародному молодіжному симфонічному оркестрі. Закінчивши музичну академію у Львові, Ростислав почав працювати з новоствореним австрійсько-українським оркестром «Da Capo K/K Filarmonikier». Він також багато років виступає у складі камерного оркестру «Віртуози Львова» Львівської філармонії як соліст. Як директор колективу він організував та взяв участь в успішних концертних турах «Віртуозів Львова» у Польщі, Чехії, Словаччині, Швейцарії, Франції, Іспанії, Португалії, Колумбії, Еквадорі, Сальвадорі, Коста-Ріці, Перу та інші країнах.


Khrystyna Yusypovych-Burko was born in Lviv into a family of famous musicians: her father is a conductor at the Lviv Opera House, and her mother – an opera soloist. She studied violin in Solomiya Krushelnytska specialized music school in Lviv. Then successfully continued her music studies at Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy in the class of Professor Volodymyr Zaranskyy. In 2002, on the competition results she was appointed to a position in the group of first violins in newly founded Austrian-Ukrainian symphony Orchestra “K&K Philharmoniker”, having performed in the prestigious concert halls in Europe, including Musikverein in Vienna, Berlin Philharmonic, Gewandhaus Leipzig, KKL in Lucerne, Konsertrhus in Oslo, to name a few. She regularly performed with “INO-Lviv” orchestra. Since 2008 she worked in the chamber orchestra “Lviv Virtuosos” performing both in Ukraine and abroad, namely in Europe and in Latin America. Khrystyna currently resides in Switzerland and is a member of the string ensemble Cameata Lysy.

KHRYSTYNA YUSYPOVYCH-BURKO ХРИСТИНА ЮСИПОВИЧ - БУРКО Христина Юсипович - Бурко народилася у Львові в сім’ї відомих музикантів , батько - диригент Львівської опери, мати –солістка опери. Навчалася по класу скрипки в Львівській музичній школі ім. С. Крушельницької. Успішно продовжила навчання у Львівській національній музичній академії ім. М. Лисенка в класі професора Володимира Заранського. У 2002 р. за підсумками конкурсу отримала пропозицію на роботу в групу перших скрипок у новоствореному австрійсько-українському симфонічному оркестрі “K&K Philharmoniker”, з яким мала численні виступи у найпрестижніших залах Європи, таких як: Musikverein- Відень, Berlin Philharmonic – Берлін , Gewandhaus- Ляйпціг, KKL – Люцерн, Konsertrhus – Осло, тощо. Багаторазово співпрацювала з симфонічним оркестром “INSO- Львів”. З 2008 р. працювала в Академічному камерному оркестрі “Віртуози Львова“ ,з яким виступала як на українських сценах так і на зарубіжних, зокрема у Європі а також в Латинській Америці. На сьогоднішній день проживає в Швейцарії та є учасницею струнного ансамблю Camerata Lysy.

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