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Concerts

2022: Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Mertingen – Feldafing – Millstatt – Ljubljana – Budapest – Novi Sad – Belgrade

The colluvio Master Classes at Gut Hornegg, Austria (24th July – 3rd August 2022) culminate in an international concert tour. The programme to be played on the tour will be studied during the Master Classes.

“One can hear a pin dropping”

IMPRESSIONS FROM THE 2021 SUMMER TOUR
Antonín Dvořák:
Piano Quintet op. 81, 3rd movement – Molto vivace (Furiant)
Final concert of the tour. Belgrade 2021

Concert Tour 2022

4th August 2022, 7.30 p.m.

GUT HORNEGG

Austria, Styria, A-8504 Preding
Former Mews of Gut Hornegg


5th August 2022, 6.30 p.m.

VIENNA

Austria, Hofburgkapelle
Hofburg-Schweizerhof, 1010 Wien

“With the kind support of the Association of Friends of the Vienna Hofmusikkapelle”.


6th August 2022, 07.30 p.m.

MERTINGEN

Germany, Antonius-von-Steichele-Schule
Ostergasse 23, 86690 Mertingen


7th August 2022, 05 p.m.

FELDAFING near Munich

Germany, Vortragsraum der Nachbarschaftshilfe
D-82340 Feldafing at the Starnberg Lake, Schluchtweg 9b

 


9th August 2022, 19.30 Uhr p.m.

MILLSTATT

Austria, Carinthia, Collegiate Church
Festival „Musikwochen Millstatt“


10th August 2022, 08.30 p.m.

LJUBLJANA

Slovenia, Municipial Museum – Mestni muzej, Gosposka 15

Recorded by Radio Slovenija


11th August 2022, 07.00 p.m.

BUDAPEST

Hungary, Austrian Cultural Forum Budapest
Benczúr utca 16, H-1068 Budapest


13th August 2022, 07.30 p.m.

NOVI SAD, European Capital of Culture 2022

Serbia, Galerija Matice srpske


15th August 2022, 08. p.m.

BELGRADE

Serbia,

Galerija Artget Kulturnog centra Beograda, Trg Republike 5/1

Recording and LIVE Broadcast by the Radio Television of Serbia

Mieczysław WEINBERG: Piano Quintet op. 18, 3rd movement: Presto
Final concert of the tour in Belgrade 2019
Anastasiya (25), Assia (22), Sofia (22), Kinga (21) und Lucija (19)

Programm 2022

 

Johannes Brahms

(1833-1897)
3rd Trio for piano, violin and cello, C minor, op. 101 (composed 1887)

Maurice Ravel

(1875-1937)
Trio en la pour piano, violon et violoncelle (composed 1914)

Rebecca Clarke

(1886-1979)
Trio for piano, violin and cello (composed 1921)

Bohuslav Martinů

(1890-1959)
Trio for piano, violin and cello No. 2, H. 327 (composed 1950)

Iryna Aleksiychuk

(*1967)
Trio for piano, violin and cello, “Signs on the Water” (composed 2005)

Assia Weissmann, Gorka Plada, Gabriel Coman playing Pēteris Vasks. Belgrade Concert, colluvio 2021

The 11 chosen musicians from today – resounding names of tomorrow:

 

Darwin Chang, (19) violin, Taiwan, New England Conservatory, Boston (pupil of Donald Weilerstein)
Krzysztof Michalski, (19) cello, Poland, Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris (pupil of Jérôme Pernoo)

Luminescence Trio Paris, students at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris
Antonin Bonnet, (21) piano, France, studying with Denis Pascal and Claire Désert
Raphaël Garac, (20) violin, France, studying with Olivier Charlier
Albert Kuchinski, (19) cello, France, studying with Marc Coppey und Pauline Bartissol

Ezgi Göktürk, (25) piano, Turkey, Sibelius Academy Helsinki (Erik T. Tawaststjerna und Anna Kuvaja)
Weronika Weiss, (20) violin, Poland, Chopin Music University Warsaw (pupil of Wojciech Koprowski)
Özgür Deniz Kaya, (20) cello, Turkey, Royal College of Music, London (pupil of Alexander Chaushian)

Ruslan Strogiy, (30) piano, Russia, Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm (pupil of Anders Kilström)
Staša Žikić, (20) violin, Serbia, Academy of Music Belgrade (pupil of Ivana Aćimoski-Žikić)
Lucija Mušac, (22) cello, Croatia, Academy of Music Zagreb (pupil of Klasse Branimir Pustički)

Itam Gutiérrez, Ruslan Strogiy, Israel Gutiérrez, Samuel Sedano, Sebastián Mendoza. Première in Hornegg

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2022
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Mertingen – Feldafing – Millstatt – Ljubljana – Budapest – Novi Sad – Belgrade


Tours and concert programmes 1,2,3…..20 from former years

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2021
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Budapest – Cluj-Napoca – Timișoara – Kragujevac – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2020
Gut Hornegg – Mürzzuschlag – Vienna – Prague

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2019
Gut Hornegg – Villach – Mertingen – Feldafing – Vienna – Budapest – Lemberg – Belgrade

Lucija Mušac rehearsing, colluvio 2020

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2018
Ptuj – Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Feldafing – Split – Banja Luka – Novi Sad – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2017
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Feldafing – Villach – Opatija – Banja Luka – Novi Sad – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2016
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Munich – Millstatt – Tar-Vabriga – Poreč – Sarajevo – Belgrade

Concert during the tour in Villach 2019

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2015
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Munich – Senj – Makarska – Split – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2013
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Munich – Ljubljana – Omiš – Sarajevo – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2012
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Munich – Ljubljana – Split – Sarajevo – Belgrade

At work in rehearsal: Dmytro Choni and Damjan Saramandić

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2010
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Priština – Kosovska Mitrovica – Prizren – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2009
Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Novi Sad – Kragujevac – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2007 Summer
Gut Hornegg – Graz – Ljubljana – Munich – Vienna – Kecskemét – Timișoara – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2007 Winter
Munich – Graz – Vienna

Jam Session. Victor Plumettaz and Visar Kuçi, colluvio 2010

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2005
Preding – Deutschlandsberg – Munich – Vienna – Sremska Mitrovica – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2004
Preding – Graz – Munich – Vienna – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2003
Preding – Deutschlandsberg – Munich – Vienna – Sremska Mitrovica – Belgrade

colluvio CONCERT TOUR 2002
Preding – Deutschlandsberg – Munich – Vienna – Belgrade-Zemun – Belgrade – Sremska Mitrovica

Final concert in Belgrade, colluvio 2005, Marko Miletić, Jasna Jeremić, Nikola Jovanović

This is how it began…

 

colluvio CONCERTS 2001
Preding – Deutschlandsberg (The first concerts in the founding year 2001)

Schloss Hornegg