SaTalogoneu1
VictoriaVassilenko1
Kamilaglassneu2Kopie
MaciejStrzelecki
Kamila Glass
 
Kamila Glass has been a permanent member of the DSO (German Symphony Orchestra of Berlin) since 2002. For the last seven years she has been the artistic director and co-organizer (with Tina Horne) of the chamber music series Serenata Berlin for which she has invited some of the best classical musicians not only from Berlin but from all over Europe and more recently from Israel, to play in Sa Taronja. Kamila Glass completed her violin studies with distinction, first under Prof. Lawrynowicz at the Chopin Academy in Warsaw, then with Prof. Gronich and Prof. Haiberg at the University of Arts in Berlin.
She became interested in chamber music very early on and while still in Poland picked up prizes in violin and chamber music competitions. Her violin skills were "fine-tuned" during her time with the Amadeus Quartet in London.Since then she has played with passionate skill and enthusiasm with many different musicians in various ensembles. From 1998 to 2000, she held a fellowship with the DSO Berlin. A full member since 2002, she now helps to run the DSO Academy and organizes and teaches chamber music.
Kamila Glass plays a violin by Claude Augustin Miremont (Paris, 1872).
 
Maciej Strzelecki
 
Maciej Strzelecki was born in Kolobrzeg in Poland, where he took violin lessons in a special music school for gifted children.
He then graduated from the Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznan with honors, in the violin class of Prof. Jadwiga Kaliszewska.
Since the age of 17, Maciej Strzelecki has won several international violin competitions such as the "Young Paganini", until finally reaching the semifinals of the prestigious Wieniawski International Competition in Poznan, as well as the Hill competition in Auckland in New Zealand.
Numerous solo appearances followed, with, among others, the Koslin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Poznan Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, and the Sinfonietta Polonia. Maxim Vengerov, Anna Chumachenko, Vadim Repin, Boris Kushnir and Bartek Niziol feature among his mentors and teachers.
In 2013 Maciej was inducted into the Academy program of the DSO (German Symphony Orchester of Berlin) and in the same year began studies in the Escuela Superior de Musica Reine Sofia in Madrid, in the violin class of Prof. Zahar Bron.
In September 2014 Maciej returns to Berlin where he has accepted an academy position at the Staatsoper Berlin under Daniel Barenboim.
 
Victoria Vassilenko
 
Victoria Vassilenko was born in Burgas, Bulgaria, into a family of musicians. She graduated the National School of Music in Sofia under the tuition of Prof. Stella Dimitrova-Maystorova. Since September 2011 she has been studying at Reina Sofia music school in Madrid under Prof. Dmitri Bashkirov.
In June 2013 she won the prize for the most successful student of the year in Prof. Bashkirov's piano class, receiving it from the hand of Her Royal Magesty Queen Sofia of Spain.
Victoria Vassilenko has won numerous other awards and first prizes in international piano competitions in Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic and England. In November 2012 she won second prize (there was no first prize awarded) in the James Mottram International Piano Competition, Manchester, UK.
She has given a great number of solo recitals, some of them in Vienna, (2008) and New York (2010). Victoria has been a soloist with many different orchestras in Bulgaria and abroad, such as the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Liverpool, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra (USA), Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra and many others.
 
Concert on Saturday, 12th of April, 2014 Sa Taronja theatre, 8 p.m.
 
 
 
Kamila Glass - violin
Maciej Strzelecki - violin
Victoria Vassilenko - piano
 
 
Programmme:
 
César Franck:
Sonata for violin and piano A major
Allegro ben moderato - Allegro - Ben moderato: Recitative - Fantasia - Allegretto poco mosso
 
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Moritz Moszkowski:
Suite g minor Op. 71 for two violins and piano
Allegro energico - Allegro moderato - Lento assai - Molto vivace
 
 
Dmitri Shostakóvich:
5 pieces for für zr two violins and piano
prelude - gavotte - elegy - waltz - polka
 
 
The concert takes place on Saturday, April 12, 2014 in the Sa Taronja theatre - 8 p .m.
C. Andaluciá 23, Andratx
 
Tickets: 20€
Students, chldren and retired people, free.
Dioscounts fot members and groups
 
Reservation: 971 23 52 68 or online
 
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SERENATA BERLIN 2014