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Seminarji in poletne šole

Poletna šola v Ljubljani

Poletna šola bo potekala v prostorih glasbene šole Rakovnik od 3. 8. 2020 do 9. 8. 2020.
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Izola 2020




Poletna šola za violino bo letos potekala med 15. 8. 2020 in 23. 8. 2020 v prostorih Glasbene šole Izola.

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Niccolo Paganini: 24 Capricci, op. 1

Around 1810, a new era commenced in the history of violin performance. It was then that Italian virtuoso Niccolò Paganini, born 27 October 1782 in Genoa, commenced his celebrated and dazzling career. He soon gained the nickname “the devil’s violinist”, as he set new standards for violin perfor- mance, a fact that was noted by the German Romantic composer Robert Schumann. No one before him had succeeded in developing bowing and nger technique to such an extent that it was possible to perform stunning arrangements of opera excerpts on this string instrument, as well as extraordinarily di cult passages and other technical “devilry”. In this respect, Paganini was unsurpassable!


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L. van Beethoven: Sonata no. 5 "Spring"

During crisis of corona virus and selfisolation, recorded on digital piano (Roland FP7) and violin





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31st Oct 2020

Beethoven 250th anniversary
L. van Beethoven: Violin concerto in D major, op. 61

Slaven Kulenović, dirigent
Žiga Brank, violina

Orchestra da camera del Litorale
Koper

15th Aug 2020

Summer school 2020
Summer school 2020 will be held in Izola from 15.8.2020 till 23.8.2020.

3rd Aug 2020

Summer school in Ljubljana 2020
Summer school Ljubljana 2020 will be held in from 3.8.2020 till 9.8.2020.

7th Jun 2020

Recital
19.30 Hall Union, Maribor

R. Schumann: 3 romances op. 94
L. van Beethoven: Sonata for piano and violino no. 5 v F-duru, op. 24, »Spring«

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L. van Beethoven: Sonata for piano and violino no. 9 v A-duru, op. 47, »Kreutzer«

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E. Ysaye: Solosonata op. 27, no. 6

Sonata no. 6, which is perhaps the most challenging technically, is dedicated to the noted Spanish violinist Emanuel Quiroga, whose violin playing reminded many of his contemporaries, including Ysaÿe, of that of Pablo de Sarasate. According to certain records, Ysaÿe adapted the violinist-technical and expressive elements in this sonata to the artist to whom it is dedicated more than he did in the other sonatas. However, the sonata was never publicly performed by Quiroga. The one-movement sonata completes the large cycle of masterpieces, which open up new paths and dimensions for the violin.