(FINALIZADA) Masterclass Violín - Mikhail Ovrutsky
El violinista internacional Mikhail Ovrutsky estará en el CSKG impartiendo unas masterclasses los días 20 y 21 de noviembre de 2019 en nuestra sede de la calle Santa Engracia, 181.
- Oyentes externos: 20€/día
- Oyentes del CSKG: gratuito
- Hay disponible un pianista acompañante. Es necesario reservarlo con antelación, indicándolo en el campo “Observaciones/Comments” del formulario.
- 30€/hora de pianista repertorista (opcional)
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With his extraordinary talent, his stupendous technique and profundity, not to mention his “glowing violin tone” (KulturSPIEGEL), Mikhail Ovrutsky is one of the most outstanding violinists of today.
Mikhail Ovrutsky has won an astonishing number of prizes in international competitions, including the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Pablo de Sarasate Competition and the International Liana Issakadze Competition in St. Petersburg. A turning point for Ovrutsky came in 2005 with his success in the renowned Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels, which resulted in numerous engagements with major orchestras and conductors. In the meantime he has also worked as a soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Filarmonica della Scala, the BBC Philharmonic, the WDR Symphony Orchestra, the Helsinki Philharmonic, the Russian Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra in St. Petersburg, the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, the Bonn Beethoven Orchestra, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic and many others. He has been invited to work with famous conductors including Fabio Luisi, Semyon Bychkov, Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Pietari Inkinen, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Dmitri Kitaenko, Leif Segerstam, and Roman Kofman.
Alongside his solo engagements Mikhail Ovrutsky can also regularly be heard performing as a chamber musician in famous festivals and important concert halls, for instance at Lockenhaus, the Lucerne Festival, the Bonn Beethovenfest, in the Vienna Konzerthaus or the Mozarteum in Salzburg. He has performed with David Geringas, Christian Zacharias, Jan Vogler, and with his sister Sonya Ovrutsky amongst others. As part of the Kronberg Academy project “Chamber Music Connects the World” he also gave concerts with Yuri Bashmet and Menahem Pressler.
Mikhail Ovrutsky plays a violin made by Gioffredo Cappa in Turin, c. 1700.