Curso de Dirección de Orquesta - Vladimir Ponkin
Del 25 al 30 de junio, el director internacional Vladimir Ponkin estará en el Centro Superior KATARINA GURSKA impartiendo un Curso de Dirección de Orquesta.
Día 30 de junio: Concierto de Clausura en el Centro Cultural Nicolás Salmerón (calle Mantuano, 51).
Plazas como alumno activo completas. Sólo hay posibilidad de matricularse como oyente. El precio de la matrícula del curso es:
200€, alumnos oyentes
50€/día, alumno oyente
Currently artistic director and chief conductor of the Helikon Opera Theatre in Moscow, and chief conductor of the Kuban Symphony Orchestra, is one of Russia’s leading conductors. His refined conducting style is distinguished by his delicate elaboration of details as well as his deep understanding of musical form and its realization.
Ponkin, born in Irkutsk in 1951, graduated from the Gorky Conservatory and later from the Moscow Conservatory where he completed a postgraduate course in opera and symphonic conducting mentored by Gennady Rozhdestvensky. In 1980 he became the first young conductor in the Soviet Union to win the 5th Rupert Foundation Conducting Competition in London. Over the years, he was the chief conductor of the following orchestras: the Yaroslavl Symphony Orchestra, the State Symphony Orchestra of Cinematography, the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra, and Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra.
As guest conductor, Vladimir Ponkin has worked with leading international orchestras such as the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia, “Svetlanov Orchestra”, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Jena Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bergamo Festival Orchestra, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra in Brisbane, and the Palm Beach Orchestra among others. He performs regularly with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra.
Vladimir Ponkin has served as a professor at the Moscow Conservatory since 2004. He is also Chairman of the Opera and Symphony Conducting Department at the State Musical Pedagogical Institute “M.M. Ippolitov-Ivanov”. Along with teaching in Russia, he regularly gives master classes abroad. Since 2009, he has been the jury chairman of the All-Russian Young conductor’s Competition “I.A. Musin”.