Application form Summer school courses The school is meant for students attending music schools, conservatories and music academies. The program can be chosen by the participant or her/his teachers. We will accept 10 candidates for each teacher; in case of more requests we will consider the date of enrollment. The lessons will take place from 13th to 19th July 2014 at the International Chamber Music Academy Duino, located in the United World College of the Adriatic ONLUS in Duino (Trieste, Italy). Name and surname: Place and date of birth Address Fees: Telephone E-mail Teacher School Language Accomodation reservation: YES NO Desired course: Violin - ARMIN SEŠEK Violin - VASILIJ MELJNIKOV Viola - MILAN ČUNKO Cello - VASJA LEGIŠA Chamber music - VASJA LEGIŠA €250 for violin courses €250 for viola courses €250 for cello courses (included cello ensemble) €250 for chamber music courses (the group) It includes: - four 45 min. individual lessons - piano accompaniment, according to the student’s program (only for participants to individual courses) - participation to the final recitals - chamber music, cello ensemble (only for cello seminars) - attending extra lessons as auditor - free entrance to all the concerts organized during the courses - caretaking for underage students lodging at the College overnight - accompaniment in the afternoon for those wishing to visit the nearby beach - rooms for practice for students staying at the College Auditors: €50 for all the courses, €10 daily fee. REGISTRATION The application form (see home page) should be sent within May 31th 2014 by email to [email protected], or to the Music School Glasbena matica, via Montorsino 2, 34135 Trieste or fax (0039 040 44182). Once the application has been confirmed we will contact you for terms of payment and exact timetable. The Summer School will start on Sunday 13th July 2014; check-in time from 8 a.m. The Glasbena matica music school in Trieste (tel.: 0039 040 41 86 05) will also give you information about accomodation if needed. Proposed program: Strings festival Kras International summer school violin viola cello chamber music ARMIN SEŠEK - violin VASILIJ MELJNIKOV - violin MILAN ČUNKO - viola VASJA LEGIŠA - cello, chamber music JAN GRBEC - piano accompanist United World College of the Adriatic ONLUS International Chamber Music Academy - Duino Duino 29, 34011 Duino/Aurisina (Trieste - Italy) How to get there www.glasbenamatica.org By train: the nearest railway stations are Monfalcone and Trieste (about 15 km) By: plane: the closest airports are Trieste (Ronchi dei Legionari, about 15 km), Venice and Ljubljana By car: the motorway A4, exit Duino (arriving from Venezia) or Sistiana (arriving from Trieste) 13th - 19th july 2014 Strings festival Kras The Karst Strings Festival , organised jointly by Glasbena Matica and by the United World College of the Adriatic ONLUS, is one of the many events which take place, both in Italy and in Slovenia, in the Karst area along the border between the two countries. It hosts students who want to improve their knowledge of violin, cello and chamber music. The teachers are all internationally recognised concertists and pedagogists coming from prestigious institutions. Studying in this environment represents for the students a great opportunity of improvement both on the professional and personal level. The Festival is held in the premises of the United World College of the Adriatic ONLUS and of the International Chamber Music Academy-Duino (founded by the Trio di Trieste in 1989). Duino-Devin is a small tourist centre in the district of Duino Aurisina-Devin Nabrežina, which is less than 5 kilometres from the Slovene border and 20 kilometres from Trieste, a multiethnic city of Mittel-European culture. On the borderline region, where the karst plateau extends, Italian and Slovene are largely spoken. The place is rich in culture and history with a unique landscape: small villages in the karst green, cliffs covered in Mediterranean scrub jutting out into the sea; on top of them the Rilke trail unwinds. The cost offers small bays suitable for bathing. Armin Sešek Milan Čunko Armin Sešek studied violin at the Faculty of Musical Arts in Belgrade (Serbia) in the classes of professors Vladislav Bobić and Aleksandar Pavlović, graduating with a master degree in violin. He was a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra for twelve years. Afterwards he started his brillant carrier as violin pedagogue, teaching first at the School for Music Talents, Čuprija (Serbia). In 1992 he moved to Slovenia and was nominated violin teacher at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana. He held numerous violin masterclasses and seminars, both for students and violin teachers, in all major towns in Slovenia and also in Croatia (Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Osijek), Germany (Freising) and Ireland (Carlow). His students won many prizes at national and international violin competitions, among others in Gorizia, Stresa, San Bartolomeo, Genoa, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Rijeka, Zagreb, Luxemburg and Rome. He was awarded the Skerjanc Prize in Ljubljana for outstanding achievements in the field of violin pedagogies. Milan Čunko took a degree in violin in the class of Milan Tarbuka and in viola in the class of Daniel Thun at the Music Academy in Zagreb, where he presently is a full viola professor. He has been viola soloist in the Zagreb Philharmonic and first viola in the Croatian Chamber Orchestra as well as a member of the Zagreb Soloists. He is one of the promoters of the Chamber Orchestra of Varaždin. He performs both with well-known pianists and with various chamber groups among which the Zagreb Quartet, the Sebastian Quartet, the Zagreb Wind Quintet, the Egmond Trio, the Ensemble 3+, the Orlando Trio and more. As a soloist he has played with the Zagreb Chamber Orchestra, the Zagreb Philharmonic, the HRT Symphonic Orchestra, the Zagreb Soloists, the Chamber Orchestra of Varaždin, the Zagreb Baroque Ensemble and the Slovenicum Orchestra of Ljubljana. He presently performs with influential musicians and records for the Croatian radio and television. Vasilij Meljnikov Vasilij Meljnikov studied at the Academy of Music in Minsk, Belarus, with one of the most renowned Russian professors, violinist Olga Parkhomenko, who herself was a student and postgraduate of the famous David Oistrakh. He continued his studies in the class of prof. Parkhomenko and achieved the Postgraduate Diploma in Violin. He completed his studies at the Peter Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. He began his pedagogical work as a professor at the Special Secondary School for Exceptional Music Talents in Minsk. As member of the Belarus National Chamber Orchestra he performed in the Soviet Union as well as in other European countries. Since 1990 he has been living in Slovenia and teaching at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. In 1997 he won the first prize at the Vienna Modern Masters International Competition in Vienna. For six years he has held the position of concertmaster of RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra. Since 2000 he has been a permanent violin professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and mentor of the Ljubljana Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra, which has held several very successful performances both at home and abroad. Vasja Legiša Vasja Legiša has won numerous awards in international competitions: Genoa 1990, the Orpheus Concert Series Zürich 1997, the International Jeunesses Musicales Competition Belgrade 2000. He performed as soloist and conductor in many countries (England, France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Germany, Israel, Switzerland, Spain). In 2005 he played in St.Paul’s Cathedral in London and in the Hanns Eisler Musikhochschule in Berlin and in 2009 with the chamber orchestra of the Symphonic Orchestra Hamburg in twenty main Spanish cities. He was artistic director of the Festival “Cello & Music” from 2000 to 2007. He taught in Hamburg and at the High School of Music of Caltanissetta in Sicily and since 2010 he has been teaching in Weilheim near Munich, where he is permanent conductor of the Chamber Orchestra. He studied at the Glasbena Matica in Trieste, in Venice with Franco Rossi, at the Rubin Academy in Tel Aviv, graduated with honours in Winterthur-Zürich and in the class of Johannes Goritzki at the R. Schumann Musikhochschule in Düsseldorf. He studied conducting with Johannes Schlaefli and Michael Luig in Colonia. He has attended master classes held by Boris Pergamenschikow, David Geringas and Misha Maisky.
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