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Concierto Primavera 2018 Trio Ruso Piano-Violín-Cello

La pianista rusa Eleonora Karpukhova se presentará junto a dos destacados músicos rusos. Denis Kolobov, violinista y Pavel Gomziakov, cellista.


PROGRAMA CONCIERTO


I  parte

D. Shostakovich

Preludios  para violín y piano.

D. Shostakovich Sonata para cello y piano re menor op. 40
     Allegro non troppo
     Allegro
     Largo
     Allegro

II parte

S. Rachmaninov Trio Elegíaco no.2 op. 9
       Moderato
       Lento
       Allegro risoluto


DENIS KOLOBOV

Músico ruso, radicado en Santiago de Chile desde 1998.
Egresado del prestigioso Conservatorio Tchaikovsky de Moscú, con máxima distinción.
Se destaca por su versatilidad como intérprete solista en violín y director sinfónico. Su atracción por los distintos géneros musicales, hoy le permite abordar un amplio repertorio, en el arte musical. Recorre países de Europa y Latinoamérica como solista.
Alumno de la destacada catedrática, Profesora Zoria Shikmurzaeva, hoy es académico reconocido que desarrolla proyectos educativos en distintas universidades de nuestro país. Sus alumnos conforman las principales orquestas y también, han sido ganadores de concursos nacionales e internacionales.

Su solida formación académica, ha sido reconocida en Chile en el 2010 y 2015 con una invitación para formar parte del jurado del renombrado Concurso Internacional de Ejecución Musical Dr. Luis Sigall, Mención Violín, en Viña del Mar, certamen de gran prestigio internacional.
Desde su llegada a Chile, se desempeña como Concertino de la Orquesta Filarmónica del Teatro Municipal de Santiago y también recibe invitaciones para integrarse a distintas agrupaciones musicales, como Camerata Andrés Bello, Ensemble Bartok, Orquesta Sinfónica de Concepción, Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile, Orquesta Clásica de la Universidad de Santiago.

Como creador de exitosos proyectos musicales como la Orquesta Sinfónica de Providencia y Orquesta de la Universidad San Sebastián, Denis Kolobov ha tenido el honor de colaborar con destacados intérpretes nacionales e internacionales. Bajo su dirección ha actuado Verónica Villarroel, Cristina Gallardo, Andrea Griminelli, Armands Abols, Luis Orlandini, entre otros. Esta intensa labor musical, se ha plasmado a través de grabaciones exclusivas, tanto en discos compactos como DVD.

Por su exitosa y prolífera actividad con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Providencia, se le otorga Medalla de Oro, como galardón al MERITO MUSICAL 2005, por su contribución al fomento del arte y la cultura en Providencia.
En los últimos años dirige a la Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile, la Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuyo, Mendoza, la Orquesta Sinfónica del Rosario, Argentina, la Orquesta Sinfónica de San Juan, Argentina.

La agenda artística de Denis Kolobov para el año 2017 incluyó presentaciones en India, Argentina, Inglaterra y Rusia, además de las numerosas presentaciones en Chile junto a las orquestas sinfónicas como también en diversas agrupaciones de música de cámara.

ELEONORA KARPUKHOVA, CONCERT PIANIST

Eleonora Karpukhova – Russian pianist, winner of numerous international competitions and a teacher at the Moscow State Conservatoire – was born  in Kazan (Russia) and began her musical studies at the age of 5. She graduated from the Central Special Music School of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatoire under Prof. V. V. Kastelsky.In 2000, Eleonora graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire with honours. She successfully combined her studies with recitals in Russia and abroad. Eleonora completed her music education in 2003 as a probation assistant under Prof. M. S. Voskresensky.


While being a student, she won numerous international competitions like the 18th Varallo Sessia International Competition in Italy and the 29th Dr. Luis Sigall International Piano Competition in Chile."The final round of the music competition in Viña del Mar was a phenomenal event", wrote the Domingo newspaper. "An exceptional performance of Mozart's concerto No. 20 in D minor by Eleonora Karpukhova got the audience into blissfulness and tranquillity".

Further performances also brought her winning titles. In 2004, Eleonora won the Zlatko Grgosevich Competition in Zagreb, Croatia (Second Prize) and the Jose Vianna da Motta Piano Competition in Lisbon, Portugal.


Eleonora Karpukhova regularly performs in Russia, Ukraine, France, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Chile and Portugal.

Her concerts in the Great, Small and Rachmaninov's halls of the Moscow Conservatoire, Salle Cortot in Paris, Saal Gasteig in Munich, Teatro "Gil Vicente" in Coimbra, Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon, Teatro Aula Magna USM in Valparaiso, Teatro Regional del Maule in Talca, Teatro Regional de Temuco, Teatro de la Universida San Sebastian in Santiago and others philharmonic halls of russian cities have always been very successful.

Moscow pianists long esteemed Eleonora for a harmonic combination of strong will, warm emotions, inspiration and naturalness of her performing style.


Eleonora has vast experience of performing with an orchestra. She played numerous concerts with Orquestra Sinfonica de Chili, Orquestra Fundacao Gulbenkian, Orquestra Metropolitana, Orquestra de Algarve, Orquestra Sinfonica de Providencia ( Chile ), Philharmony Symphony orchestra in Gdansk, Poland.

Eleonora Karpukhova actively cooperates with such famous conductors asS. Soldatov, Y. Yanko, D. Kolobov, A. Cassuto, D. del Pino Klinge, F. Lentini, D. Nazareth and M. Zilm, A. Dumay.

In 2013, Eleonora initiated and organised in Moscow the Rachmaninov Fest music festival to mark the 140th anniversary of the composer's birth.


Eleonora has recorded two CDs of Rachmaninov's music, for both solo and two pianos. Solo CD album featuring complete Rachmaninov's Etudes-Tableaux released in 2014 by Classical Records.

In 2017 the new recording of pianist from live concert with Tchaikovsky’s piano masterpieces was released in Moscow.


PAVEL GOMZIAKOV, CELLO


"This was a hugely impressive debut by a young musician who is clearly on his way to having a major career."


Lawrence A. Johnson, Chicago Classical review Noticed by Maria Joao Pires, cellist Pavel Gomziakov made a Chopin recording with her for Deutsche Grammophon (released in 2009, it received a Grammy Award nomination).

Together they have performed numerous times throughout Europe, the Far East, and South America in all the most prestigious venues such as Théâtre des Champs-Elysées (Paris), Victoria Hall (Geneva), Teatro Real (Madrid), Köln Philharmonie, Konzerthaus (Vienna), CCB (Lisbon) and Sumida Tryphony Hall (Tokyo).


In April 2010 Pavel Gomziakov made a “spectacular” US debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Trevor Pinnock, highly praised and acclaimed by the press.

As a result he was immediately reinvited to perform with the CSO in June 2012.

Pavel Gomziakov plays in England, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Brazil, Canada, the USA, Japan, …

In Russia he was invited by Valery Gergiev to perform at the White Nights Festival.


His recent/forthcoming engagements include appearances with the Finnish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste, the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse under Tugan Sokhiev, the Russian National Orchestra, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the Gulbenkian Orchestra, I Pomeriggi Musicali Milano, the Polish Baltic Philharmonic, the Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, the Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie

Konstanz, the Orchestre d’Avignon, the National Philharmonic of Russia, at the White Nights festival in Saint Petersburg invited by V. Gergiev, at the Povoa de Varzim and Colmar festivals, at the CCB in Lisboa, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and on tour in Japan.

During the last seasons, Pavel Gomziakov has also performed with many diverse orchestras: New Japan Philharmonic, London Chamber Orchestra,

Orchestre National de Montpellier, Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre National de Lille, lead by conductors such as Jesus Lopez Cobos,

Christopher Wareen-Green, Trevor Pinnock and many others.

Pavel Gomziakov is also a sought-after partner for chamber music. He regularly collaborates with artists such as Augustin Dumay, Andreï  korobeinikov, Louis Lortie, Vanessa Wagner, Anastasya Terenkova.

His next recording decicated to Haydn will be released early 2016 for Onyx. For this occasion, Pavel Gomziakov played a magnificent Stradivarius which belongeg to the Portuguese royal family, thanks to the generous loan of the Museo Nacional da Musica in Lisboa.

He recorded Saint-Saëns’ Cello concerto n°1 and La Muse et le Poète with the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra and Augustin Dumay for ONYX (released in 2012). In November 2008 Pavel Gomziakov recorded Schumann's Cello concerto for Arte which was broadcast on television in Belgium, France and Germany with Orchestre de Chambre de Wallonie and Augustin Dumay as conductor.

Russia. He began cello studies at the age of nine. At the age of fourteen he moved to Moscow where he studied at the Gnessin School, and, later, at the Moscow State Conservatory, with Prof. Dmitri Miller.


In 2000 he continued his studies with Prof. Natalia Schakhovskaya at the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia, Madrid. Later he graduated from the “cycle de perfectionnement” of the Paris National Conservatory, class of Philippe Muller. He is a winner of various international competitions.

He currently lives in Lisboa (Portugal).


Miércoles 28 noviembre 2018, A las 19:30 pm
Auditorio Galileo Galilei
Dirección Curicó 572 Santiago centro Chile.