Chopin workshop on Mallorca · August 2016 · International Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy · Lahr/Germany

Hi all, here you have a reportage of teachers and the beautiful week we have lived in Valldemossa, Mallorca.
I wish you enjoy the images and we can soon return to share.
A big hug to everyone.

See you soon.

Roc Llimargas Llop.

MASTER’S OF THE COURSE _ VALLDEMOSSA · MALLORCA ·2016

Dr hab. Bożena Maciejowska

BOZENA -4299_LOW In 1988 she did her Master of arts in Cracow. She also enjoyed training courses at the Public Music University in Trossingen, participating in the piano class of Prof. Victor Karpowicz Merzhanov. In 1999 she was awarded the doctor’s degree by the Frédéric-Chopin-Conservatory in Warsaw. Bozena Maciejowska has been teaching at this university from 1994 until 2015. In 2014 she gained the title of a habilitated doctor in the field of arts and the subject of instrumental music. One of her areas of expertise is the music of Frédéric Chopin.

Two cd productions with compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Schubert and Sergei Rachmaninov also give notice of her high art.

www.bozenamaciejowska.com

Prof. Mikhail Voskresenskii  – P. Tschaikowski Conservatory Moscow, Russian Federation

LOW R_-4517Mikhail Voskresensky commands an international reputation as a  pianist in the great Romantic tradition. He is prizewinner of four  international piano competitions (Schumann in Berlin, in Rio de Janeiro,  George Enescu in Bucharest, and Van Cliburn in Fort Worth, Texas). In  1966 he was honoured with the Merited Artist of Russia award and in  1989, the People’s Artist of Russia. Mikhail Voskresensky has extensive  concert experience. He is the only pianist in Russia to perform all of  Chopin’s piano compositions during one concert season; this in 1982 /  83, in nine recitals in the Maly Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire. In  1957 the young pianist took part in the Prague Spring Festival where he  performed European premiere of Shostakovich Second Piano concerto  with the presence of Shostakovich himself.

Mikhail Voskresensky is a distinguished professor at the Moscow  Conservatory, the chair of the professorship of piano faculty. His pupils  have won 126 international prizes including 55 gold medals. Mikhail  Voskresensky is President of the Scriabin International Society and  Guest Professor in the Toho Gakuen School in Tokyo.

Although Mr. Voskresensky devotes many of his efforts to teaching and  giving master classes in various countries, he undoubtedly considers his  primary purpose to be performing. Voskresensky is an extraordinary  and unique musician: when hearing his playing one can feel his sincere  and subtle soul – a rare thing, indeed, in our rational times. He recorded  more than 50 CD’s, including a box with all Mozart Piano Concertos  (2013) and a 5CD box (2015) with all Mozart Piano Sonatas.

http://www.mikhailvoskresensky.com

Adam Wodnicki
Regents Professor of Piano 
College of Music, University of North Texas

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Internationally renowned pianist, recording artist and pedagogue, Polish-born artist ADAM WODNICKI has received acclaim on  five continents for his dramatic interpretations, poetic sensitivity and brilliant technique. He can be heard on Muza, Folkways, Centaur, Wergo, Altarus, Klavier, and Dux labels. Recordings of cello and piano sonatas by Dzubay, Muczynski and Shostakovich with cellist Carter Enyeart (Centaur) and solo discs with piano works by Ignacy Jan Paderewski (Altarus) received rave notices: ‘one of the year’s best contemporary chamber music albums’ (Chicago Tribune), ‘incontestable brilliance’ (H.C. Schonberg in American Record Guide), and ‘a recording by a master pianist’ (Journal of the American Liszt Society). Wodnicki’s recording of the three Piano Trios by Robert Muczynski (Centaur) was chosen by a Fanfare critic as one of the top five albums on the ‘Best of 2004’ list; and the 2008 release on the Dux label of the Piano Concertos by Serocki, Baird and Krenz received a Polish Phonographic Academy nomination for the 2009 Fryderyk Award. Adam Wodnicki has also made numerous radio and TV recordings, including recordings of piano concertos by Serocki, Baird, Krenz and Stojowski.

He has concertized and taught in North and South America, Europe, Africa and the Far East. He has appeared in such musical centers as Kraków, Warsaw, Helsinki, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, Tel Aviv, Pretoria and Prague. In recent seasons he has appeared at prestigious international music festivals such as Arundel Festival in England, Les Rencontres Internationales Frédéric Chopin in Nohant and Nancyphonies in Nancy (France) and the Chopin Festival in Marianske Lazne (Marienbad), Czech Republic; he has also performed and taught in Japan, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ukraine, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Israel, South Africa, Colombia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Argentina, and Austria. Since 1991 he has returned yearly to his native Poland for highly successful tours; his appearance at the Paderewski Festival in Kraków was described by the press as a ‘pianistic sensation’ (Czas Krakowski).

Adam Wodnicki studied with Jan Hoffman, Guido Agosti and Gyorgy Sebok, and his artistic roots can be traced to the traditions of Fryderyk Chopin, Franz Liszt and Ferrucio Busoni. Three-time prizewinner of the annual Chopin Society National Piano Competition in Warsaw and the recipient of three prizes at the 8th Festival of Polish Pianists, Wodnicki is Regents Professor of Piano at the University of North Texas in Denton. He has served on juries of international competitions and is a performance editor for the Musica Iagellonica’s first ever edition of The Complete Works by Paderewski; he also edited piano pieces by Piotr Perkowski, Stanisław Niewiadomski, and Tadeusz Joteyko.  Wodnicki’s article on Chopin appeared in The European Journal for Pianists and Teachers.  In 2014, he was awarded a medal Gloria Artis by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland; in 2015, he was honored with the statuette Golden Owl by the Editorial Board of periodical Jupiter (Vienna, Austria) for his achievements in the field of music.  Adam Wodnicki is a Steinway Artist.

http://www.adamwodnicki.com

 

 CURATOR & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Eckehard Franz Ficht

Ladies and gentlemen, friends and girlfriends
the zeit.areals, music, art and culture,

a long-cherished wish come true for me: With the establishment of the International Fryderyk
Chopin Music Academy, we have created in zeit.areal another building block in the diversity of our cultural activities. I am very pleased to welcome you on this solemn occasion
to. Until then, I remain with kind regards

Eckehard Franz Ficht
Zeit.areal  – Lahr / Germany

 


 

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