II. Danubia Talents Liszt Nemzetközi Zenei Verseny - zsűri

Kiss Julianna zongoraművész

Kiss Julianna zongoraművész

Miskolcon született, zenei tanulmányait 5 évesen kezdte.

Tanulmányok:

  • ELTE-PPK Mentor tanári szak
  • PTE Zeneművészeti Master Zongoraművész tanári szak
  • ELTE-PPKPedagógusSzakvizsga -Kovács-módszer
  • Liszt Ferenc Zeneművészeti Főiskola, Miskolc
  • Bartók Béla Zeneművészeti Szakközépiskola, Miskolc
  • Egressy Béni Zeneiskola, Miskolc

Zongora tanárai:

Bacsa Tiborné,  Csabay Csilla, Balázs Adrienne, Kincses Margit, Király Csaba.
Részt vett többek között Falvai Sándor, Keveházi Gyöngyi, Némethy Attila, Gyimesi  László, Vásáry Tamás, Malcolm Bilson kurzusain.
Koncertek: Ausztria, Svájc, és Olaszország
Számos jótékonysági koncertet adott itthon és külföldön egyaránt. Állandó fellépője a Váci Világi Vigalom sorozatnak.
2015-ben X. International Music Competition „Musica Insieme”, III.díj.
2016-ban 15. Concorso Internazionale „Don Vincenzo Vitti”, III.díj.
2016-ban alapító tagja a Danubia Talents zenei rendezvényeknek.
2017-ben Rómában a 7. International Competition „Youth Academy Award” zsűri tagja

A zeneoktatásban és tehetséggondozásban végzett kiemelkedő munkájáért 2013-ban az Emmi Bonis Bona- A Nemzet Tehetségeiért díjban részesítették.

Az elmúlt években növendékei több mint 100 díj nyertesei, országos és nemzetközi versenyek győztesei. Munkájában fontos elem a Kovács-módszer, melynek lelkes képviselője és hirdetője.

2014-től a Nemzeti pedagógus kar tagja.
2014-ben a pedagógusok fokozata szerint Mester tanári minősítést szerzett.
2015-től zenei szaktanácsadó.

www.hetek.hu/interju/201402/zenelni_csak_szivvel_lehet

publikáció: dr. Kovács Géza Emlék könyv 2016.

web: www.kissjulianna.com

Edda Silvestri

Edda Silvestri

Training

Edda Silvestri completed her studies at Naples Conservatory, graduating in transverse flute (1973) at 18 with M° Ferdinando Staiano. She took this further with Jean Claude Masi and Conrad Klemm. Contemporarily she studied Composition with M° Bruno Mazzotta and Percussion with M° Antonio Bonomo.

In 1973 she won First Prize at Concorso Nazionale Musicisti in Rome. She has been a flute maestro since 1974, teaching at Campobasso and Frosinone Conservatories. Since 1990 she has held tenure at Rome’s Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Music.

Activities as Director

In the Rome Conservatory she held position of Vice Director from October 2005. She was Vice Commissioner of the Conservatory from 28 September 2006 to 9 October 2007, acting as director, pursuant to art. 6 of D.P.R. 132, 2003. She was then elected Director for the Triennial 2007/2010, and when this expired, she was reconfirmed for a further mandate until 2013.

In the two mandates available, Edda Silvestri focused on her primary objective of returning to the Santa Cecilia Conservatory its role, centrality and functions so it would again be the greatest musical educational institution in Italy. This aim was reached and how. The results obtained are important and varied: reclaiming teaching; relocating the Conservatory into the national and international productive panorama; redefining qualified relations with other Institutions in the sector; reclaiming the premises and instrumental park the Conservaory enjoys.

She saw to a systematic intervention plan, which led to the sonorisation of the Academy Hall and the construction of a research laboratory for studying sound spacing (€130,000 invested in the capital account). A multi-year purchase plan was completed, with investments equal to €230,000 to renew the instrumental park.

Interventions to statically consolidate the premises and reclaim the Academic Hall with investments of € 500,000.

Thanks to M° Edda Silvestri, who on her on volition firmly made further spaces necessary, second premises for the Conservatory, through continued work soliciting political and military Institutions, lasting three years (2010/2013), the Ministry of Defence gave Santa Cecilia Conservatory the State Property of the Santa Andrea delle Fratte Complex, ex convent, ex Royal Crew barracks, ex High Command Fifth Department premises. This means 1400 sq m, turned into halls and rehearsal rooms, just 700 metres away from the historic headquarters on via dei Greci.

Conventions and agreements

M° Silvestri has struck many conventions and agreements with national and international Organs and Institutions, firstly for the Santa Cecilia Conservatory: Tokyo – Conservatory of Tokyo (Japan); Peking Central Conservatory and Guangdong Conservatory Association (China); Kazakhistan Conservatory; Seowon University (Korea); Conservatory of Milan; then for Pianeta Arte: Xin Hua College of Sun Yat-Sen University (China); Lu Opera Group of Dongying City People’s Republic of China; Temple University; Korea Lifemusic Association (Korea); Universidad EAFIT (Colombia); Chengdu Shangkun (International) Art School international Center (China); Beijing Zhong Yikun Tecnology Training.

Since 2018, Pianeta Arte has been in the China Conservatory of Music project.

Further, on 28 September M° Silvestri was awarded the title of Honorary Director of the Art, Design and Media Faculty and the Music Faculty of Xin Hua College Of Sun Yat-Sen University.

Edda Silvestri has also enjoyed intensive concert activities.

She has been guest artist for internationally important Organs, Festivals and events. Since the ‘90s she has furthered her study of contemporary music and devoted herself to her solo repertory of different types of flute: flute in C, flute in G, bass flute.

Kevin Jun Zhao zongoraművész

Dr. Kevin Jun Zhao

Pianist Dr. Kevin Jun Zhao is both an active performer and a music event organizer. He is a guest professor at the China Zhengzhou Education College and his previous work experience includes being the former Head of Asian Culture Exchange Department at the Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus/Aalborg, and being the project manager for foreign students at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. Dr. Kevin Jun Zhao is the executive director of Dragon Culture Exchange NGO - a non-profit organization for arranging cultural events between Europe and Asia - having already organized numerous concerts in Estonia, Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Poland, China, etc. He has a Piano Performance BA degree and a Global Business Management MA certificate from China, he has obtained two MA degrees (piano and accompaniment) from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, as well as a PhD in chamber music/accompaniment, during which he also studied at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin.

Dr. Kevin Jun Zhao is the founder of the Guilin Piano Festival in China, a board member of the European Academic Artists Association, a member of the European Piano Teachers Association of Ireland, a member of the European Chamber Music Teachers’ Association, a member of the European Association for Music in Schools, a member of the China Sichuan Musicians Union Board, the coordinator for “Sichuan China Culture Exchange Program”, the artistic director of the China-Europe Music Center in Shanghai, one of the artistic directors of the Chinese New Year Gala Festival in Sichuan. Dr. Kevin Jun Zhao is the founder and artistic director of the ODIN International Music Festival which was established in August 2016. He regularly participates in the juries of several piano competitions in Europe and Asia. As of 2018, he has been appointed a guest professor of China Shaunliu Arts Music College.

Roberto Galletto zongoraművész

Roberto Galletto

Eugenio Bagnoli kamarazenei hagyományának örököse (A.Casella, az N.Milstein, a H.Szeryng, az Y.Menuhin, a Z.Francescatti, a J.Starker), ami képzésében is egyedülálló, a legmagasabb kitüntetéssel diplomázott a "B. Marcello" konzervatóriumban Velencében. Franco Gulli, Marco Zuccarini és a New York-i Egyetem-zenei Tanszék kurzusain vett részt. Rendszeresen fellép a velencei Gran Teatro La Fenice-ben, a veronai Teatro Filarmonico-ban, a triestei Verdi Színházban, a Mantua-i Teatro Bibiena-ban, a firenzei Palazzo Strozzi-ban.

A művész több száz koncertet adott Olaszországban, Európában, Oroszországban, Malajziában és Afrikában. Együttműködik olyan zenészekkel, mint a hegedűművész Felix Ayo és Georg Monch, a tenor Luigi Alva, a szoprán Katia Ricciarelli, a mezzosoprano Sara Mingardo, a hegedűművész Giuliano Fontanella, az első fuvola RAI Nemzeti Szimfonikus Zenekara Dante Millozzi és mások. Nagy sikert aratott Liszt, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Bach, stb. koncertjeivel, és a Ljubljanai Rádió és Televízió zenekarral.
A repertoár hatalmas: magában foglalja a tizennyolcadik századi dalokat és a különböző szerzők teljes ciklusát, számos Mozart-zongora és hegedű -szonátát, Mozart és Brahms zongora-duettjének munkáját, a Hummel Sonatát fuvolával...stb.

Felkérték, hogy játsszon a világhírű tenor, Luciano Pavarotti, a mezzosoprano Giulietta Simionato és mások nagy művészekkel; élőben belföldi és külföldi televíziós műsorokban. Felvételeket készített a Decca, a Newton Compton, a Rivo Alto, az Idyllium, az Inedita CD és a Metis stúdiók számára. Gyakran zsűri elnök vagy tagja a nemzeti és nemzetközi zongoraművészeti és kamarazenei versenyeknek, rendszeresen kurzusokat és mesterkurzusokat tart Olaszországban és külföldön (Poznań Paderewski Akadémia - Lengyelország, Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Mannheimben - Észtország, Észt Zenei Színház és Színház Tallinn - Észtország, Kazán Állami Konzervatórium, Oroszország stb.)

Diákjait gyakran különböző olasz és nemzetközi versenyeken jutalmazzák. Évekig számos koncert sorozat művészeti vezetője és versenyek szervezője.
Az A.Gi.Mus Nemzeti Művészeti Igazgatóságának tagja. és az A.Gi.Mus Fano Marche-Rotary Club Fano elnöke. Rómában a "S. Cecilia" Zeneművészeti Állami Konzervatóriumban tanít, az "Európai Kamarazenei Tanárok Szövetségének" pedig az intézményes tagja.

www.robertogalletto.it

Drahomira Biligova zongoraművész

Drahomira Biligova pianist

Graduated in piano studies with full marks under the guidance of Pavla Pokojna at the Conservatory of Bratislava, her hometown.

Specialised in piano studies in Belgium with Jacques Genty, winning the Premier Prix at the Conservatory of Mons, at Bonn with Stefan Askenase and in Rome with Fausto Zadra, Carlo Zecchi, Tito Aprea and Guido Agosti.

Specialisation courses at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Carlo Zecchi and Enrico Mainardi, and at the Centro Internazionale di Studi Musicali with Nikita Magaloff. Winner of the First Prize at the Brussels “F. Chopin” Contest in 1969, since then she has held numerous concerts for major concert organisations, both as soloist and with chamber orchestra, in Czechoslovakia, France, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, South Africa, Turkey and Italy.

She has taken part in international festivals, including the XXI Festival dei Due Mondi at Spoleto. For Italian television, she recorded a commemorative concert for the 50th anniversary of the death of Leos Janacek. She has recorded for RCA, as well as participating in the sound tracks of Nino Rota, Luis Bacalov, Armando Trovaioli and Carlo Crivelli. In December 2003 she took part in the Manifestazione Internazionale di Musica Contemporanea “Corpi del Suono”, performing “Plus Minus” by Stockhausen. She holds specialisation courses regularly in Italy and abroad, and has sat on the jury of numerous Italian and international contests. She holds the principal chair for pianoforte at the Conservatory “A. Casella” at L’Aquila, Italy.