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Les Titans - Szalone dni Muzyki 29.09 - 02-10.2010

Iddo Bar-Shaï / piano

Iddo Bar-Shaï / piano

“The art with which Iddo Bar-Shaï paints Chopin’s Maurkas is the effect of his exceptionally sensitive, subtle playing. He fascinates the audience with his pianistic talent and knows how to transfer the feelings of these pieces by means of a a sweetly subdued piano sound.” Piano Bleu

Born in 1977, the Israeli pianist Iddo Bar-Shaï stud...

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Frank Braley / piano

“Excels in the classical repertoire thanks to subtle keyboard work and exquisite interpretation, but feels equally at home with contemporary works”.


For a long time, Frank Braley was torn between the study of science and his love of the piano. He ultimately chose music, going on to achieve an international career. At the Paris CNSMD he attended classes...

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Bertrand Chamayou / piano

“Chamayou’s playing is full of discretion and finesse. Pathos which would crush the work is absent. There is however, a pleasant clarity of texture”. Pianiste


Born in Toulouse, Bertrand Chamayou has recently become an important figure on the French music scene. Noticed very early by Jean-François Heisser, who became his professor at the Paris CNSMD, he later...

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Olivier Charlier / violin

“Olivier Charlier: pedigree sound, perfect, energetic bowing, a solid technique”.  ResMusica


Never one to seek media fame, Olivier Charlier has become one of the best violinists of his generation. This modest musician has gone from first prize at the CNSMD in Paris at the age of four to prestigious international competitions in Munich, Montreal, the Sibelius Competi...

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Henri Demarquette / cello

“Rich in nuance, excellent control of rhythm and noble phrasing. The music was by turn lofty and dazzling, taking on shape under Demarquette’s dexterous bow”. Concert Classic


Accepted into the CNSMD in Paris at the age of 13, Henri Demarquette studied with Philippe Muller and Maurice Gendron. He unanimously received first prize upon graduation, he then went on to s...

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Romain Guyot / clarinet

“The sound of Romain Guyot is full, clean, clear, sensuous and subtle. It is not too delicate or too light, nor is it gloomy and heavy”. Le Monde de la Musique

Romain Guyot is considered to be one of the greatest clarinettists living today. Employed at the age of 16 as clarinet soloist in the European Union Youth Orchestra directed by Claudio Abbado, he completed his studies at the...

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Jakub Jakowicz / violin

"Jakub Jakowicz treated the Concerto (...) differently from his predecessors ... providing unusually precise articulation of each motif, drawing high cantilenas and provoking the listener with cascades of double stops. He is very consistent in his narration... Ruch Muzyczny


Jakowicz was brought up in a family of musicians. He learned to play the violin from his father, with who...

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Piotr Kępiński / piano


dr Piotr Kępiński studied at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk under the guidance of Professor Katarzyna Popowa - Zydroń. After graduation he also studied with Wojciech Świtała at the Post-graduate Piano Course and with Kevin Kenner in master courses in Krynica. Kępiński is a laureate of a Special Semi-finalists’ Award at the 15th International Piano Competition in Monza (Ital...

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Edit Klukon / piano

Duet Ranki – Klukon “This couple performing together use the piano’s extreme registers in a masterful manner. This is simply incredible.”


Born in Budapest, Edit Klukon studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music with Pal Kados, Jenő Jandó and György Kurtág. Very quickly, she turned her career to chamber music and accompan...

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Andrei Korobeinikov / piano

“Korobeinikov’s ideal melodic lines, nuanced phrasing and singing texture are simply phenomenal …” San Francisco Classical Voice

Born in 1986, this young, Moscow-born pianist has already chalked up performances in more than twenty countries and won awards at more than twenty domestic and international competitions, including 1st prize at the Scriabin Competition in 2004...

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Maria Machowska / skrzypce

"Her playing is filled with bravura, extraordinary temperament and emotion, with an enticing hint of the lyrical. Articulation, tone, precision, perfect phrasing, melodic development and musical expression are full of warmth and intensity, all imbued with a very personal touch. These merits have come to full bloom during her performance." Kazimierz Rozbicki


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Plamena Mangova / piano

“Plamena Mangova Bulgarian pianist has been a favourite with audiences, who took her to their hearts for the honesty andgenerosity of her playing." The Bulletin


Plamena Mangova studied with Marina Kapatsinskaya at Sofia State Music Academy in Bulgaria

and at the Queen Sofia Higher Music School in Madrid with Maestro Dmitri Bashkirov. She also worked with Abdel-Rahman...

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Izabela Matuła / soprano

“Gifted with a beautiful soprano voice, Izabela Matuła [...] has sung Halka’s aria from Moniuszko’s opera and Mimi’s aria from Puccini’s “La Bohème” with great feeling and a sense of the dramatic.” Ruch Muzyczny Year LII no. 12


Studied theory of music and singing in the class of Semen Shkurhan at the Kraków Academy of Mu...

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Jarosław Nadrzycki / violin

“Jarosław Nadrzycki (…) has confirmed (…) his masterful qualities by impressing listeners with flawless, unconstrained technique and a natural, profound musicality apparent, among others, in the quasi-fantasy approach to the problems of expression.” Stanisław Olędzki

Jaroslaw Nadrzycki was born in Zagan, Poland. When he was 12, he made his Moscow debut with The M...

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Kun Woo Paik / piano

A true, authentic virtuoso, an animal at the keyboard and an excellent musician: this is the Korean pianist Kun Woo Paik”. (Le Figaro)


Born in Seoul, South Korea, Kun Woo Paik studied with Rosina Lhévinne at the Juilliard School of Music in New York and then in London with Ilona Kabos. He currently lives in Paris. Laureate of the First Prize at the Naumburg competition...

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Luis Fernando Pérez / piano

“Luis Fernando Pérez is an extraordinary young Spanish pianist, the pupil of Dmitri Bashkirov and Alicia de Larrocha, specialising in post-romantic repertoire”. Diario de Navarra


Born in 1977, Luis Fernando Pérez began his music education at the Conservatoire Pozuelo in Alarcón under the tutelage of Andrés Sánchez-Tirado. He has afterwa...

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Dezső Ránki / piano

“Dezsö Ránki is a highly restrained ascetic of the keyboard. His surprised, seemingly denying smile during audience applause reminds us of his legendary shyness due to which he has kept away from any promotional campaigns”. Le Monde


Dezsö Ránki is considered to be one of the best Hungarian pianists. Having completed his education at the Franz Lisz...

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Maria Rydzewska / piano

„…pianist and chamber musician, has performed with singers for years. Excellent hearing and feeling for the singing voice.”


Maria Rydzewska is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Cracow in the piano class of Professor Ludwik Stefański. She is also a chamber musician and accompanist and professor at her alma mater, where she held the post of...

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Sayaka Shoji / violin

“The Japanese violinist Sayaka Shoji has amazed European critics. She is one of those magnetic Japanese musical phenomena of recent years. Her high-quality interpretation – fresh, yet radiant and balanced leave us dumbfounded at her awsome technique. Unforgettable moments”. Le Droit


Since winning the 1st prize in the Paganini Competition in 1999 – the first J...

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Marian Sobula / piano


"Marian Sobula turned out to be a mature, logical artist with a profound interior. He is endowed with both a glowing technique and virtuosic passion. His recital filled the audience with a joy which is born of contact with true art." Dziennik Polski

A graduate of Academy of Music in Kraków (Poland) with professor Andrzej Pikul (2005) and Accademia di Santa Ce...

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Tatjana Vassiljeva / cello

“Having achieved full artistic and technical maturity, Tatiana Vassilieva is successful playing many different types of repertoire despite her young age.” Altamusica FJ 2009


Tatiana Vassilieva has studied the cello with Evgeni Nilov. In 1994 she received the 2nd prize at the International ARD Competition in Munich. She then went on to study with Walter Nothas, and afterw...

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Bartłomiej Wezner / fortepian

"Bartłomiej Wezner is one of the most promising young pianists and chamber musicians in Poland. He is endowed with exquisite musical sensitivity and imagination and, at the same time, with a technique to create performances which remain in the memory of the listener for a long time." prof. Katarzyna Popowa – Zydroń

Bartłomiej Wezner was born in 1981 in the city of Nysa. He gr...

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Michał Zaborski / viola

”He has a exceptional warmth of viola sound, his playing is very interesting and emotional”.Nobuko Imai


Michał Zaborski appears internationally as a soloist, orchestral and chamber musician. He works with Sinfonia Varsovia since 2003. He is also principal violist of the “Radom Chamber Orchestra”.

In 2004 he graduated from Frederic Chopin Academy of Musi...

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Helena Zubanovich / mezzo - soprano

“Mezzo-soprano Helena Zubanovich`s inward dramatic gesture, her perfect in form interpretation with accurate timbre and great empathy for the Rückert-Mahler Kindertotenlieder budged emotionally the audience”. Freisinger Anzeiger Polish mezzo-soprano Helena Zubanovich studied at the Academy of Music in Katowice. With a scholarship from the Deutsche Academie, she studied from 199...

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LE PIERROT LUNAIRE: Marianne Pousseur / soprano

In Schönberg’s Pierrot Lunaire Marianne Pousseur is cruel and repulsive; her singing is like balsam, like honey to the ears. She is simply a genius.” Télérama


Having completed her education at the Conservatory in Liège, where she studied singing and chamber music, Marianne Pousseur began to perform with Philippe Herreweghe’s Collegium Voca...

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LE PIERROT LUNAIRE: Florent Boffard piano / presentation


“Florent Boffard knows contemporary music by heart. His playing is characterised by exceptional purity with exquisite, often vivid contrasts which imbue his playing with nearly post-romantic expression.”


After completing music studies at the Conservatoire National de Région de Lyon (CNSMD), Florent Boffard continued his education, enterin...

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LE PIERROT LUNAIRE: Sangah Nah flute, piccolo

Born in Paris in 1985, South-Korean flautist Sangah Nah honed her skills at the Paris Conservatory, from which she graduated with honours and afterwards at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris (CNSMDP) in the class of Sophie Cherrier, graduating with a Master’s degree in 2010. She has enhanced her musical education through piccolo lessons with Pierre Duma...

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LE PIERROT LUNAIRE: Jérôme Comte clarinet / bass clarinet

After a dazzling conclusion of his studies under the guidance of such renowned professors as Thomas Friedli, Pascal Moraguès, Michel Arrignon and Maurice Bourgue, Jérôme Comte received the prix de virtuosité from the Geneva Conservatory and was unanimously awarded the prize of the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris (CNSMDP) after the th...

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LE PIERROT LUNAIRE: Guillaume Chilemme violin / viola

Guillaume Chilemme commenced his study of the violin at the age of three and a half years and his study at the Conservatory in Toulouse in the class of Laurent Pellerin at the age of five. Two years later Chilemme joined the class of Gennadi Golfman, former member of the Moscow Soloists. In 2003 he received a unanimously awarded prize in the category of chamber music and violin. In 2005 Chilemme joi...

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LE PIERROT LUNAIRE: Julien Lazignac / cello


A graduate of the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris, which he finished in first place in the class of Philippe Muller, David Geringas and Natalie Gutman. Julien Lazignac then went on to refine his art with Raphaël Pidoux and his chamber music skills with Daria Hovora, Alain Meunier and Jean Mouillère. Together with Besa Cane and Matthieu...

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Agnieszka Przemyk - Bryła / fortepian

"...Ale prawdziwą ucztą były cztery utwory z cyklu Etudes - Tableaux op. 39 Rachmaninowa. Całe bogactwo tej muzyki, tak nasyconej emocjami, jej barwność, zmysłowość i żywiołowość, ale także refleksja, zamyślenie, poezja - jawiły się jasno i naturalnie. Młoda artystka wie i czuje co gra; i potrafi grać, potrafi to przekazać. Talent. Nagroda bezsporna." Kazimierz Rozbicki...

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