Festival de Invierno- Cuerdas y Piano

Solapas principales

Daan Treur, Natasja Grujic, Willem Stam , Sofie Sunnerst, Elian Ortiz y Amiran Ganz

Dirigido a: 

Estudiantes de las cátedras de violín, viola, cello, contrabajo y piano de la EUM, ciclo superior y
CIM.
Estudiantes de los instrumentos mencionados de todas las instituciones de enseñanza musical del
país.
Estudiantes de Grupos Sonantes, de todo el territorio nacional. Estudiantes de la Escuela
Municipal de Música Vicente Ascone.
Estudiantes del Sistema de Orquestas del SODRE.
Estudiantes de casas de cultura departamentales.
Músicos en general.

Descripción del curso: 

Contenidos:
• Enfocar el extenso repertorio concertante y de cámara para violin, viola, cello,
contrabajo y piano.
Repertorio orquestal necesario para audiciones orquestales (cuerdas).
Extenso repertorio de piano Solista y acompañante.
- Objetivos:
• Alumnos de Violín, cello, viola, contrabajo y Piano reciban clase de instrumento de
reconocidos profesores internacionales.
• Fomentar la practica grupal en ensamble de cuerdas.
• Oportunidad de tocar como solista frente a la Camerata de la EUM y participar en
recitales compartidos con Docentes y otros alumnos.
• Brindar coaching para grupos de cámara conformados
• Generar un vinculo profesional alumno-profesor invitado el cual es de primordial
importancia a la hora de realizar pasantías, estudios de postgrado y audiciones de
orquesta en el exterior.

Realización de 5 conciertos en la EUM, y uno fuera de sede, por los alumnos y profesores
del Festival.

Esquema del Festival.
Lunes 31 de Julio
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Ensayo profesores.
Martes 1 de Agosto
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Ensayo profesores.
Mièrcoles2 de Agosto
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Concierto [Lugar y programa  a confirmar]
Jueves 3 de Agosto
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Ensayo profesores.
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Concierto [Lugar y programa  a confirmar]
Viernes 4 de Agosto
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Concierto [Lugar y programa  a confirmar]
Sábado 5 de Agosto
10.00 a 12.00 clases magistrales de instrumento.
15.00  a 17.00 coaching de Cámara
18.00 a 19.30 ensayo orquesta Académica.
20.00 a  22.00 Concierto [Lugar y programa  a confirmar]
Domingo 6 de Agosto
20.00 a  22.00 Concierto [Lugar y programa  a confirmar]

Acerca de los docentes: 

Amiram Ganz, Violín

Amiram Ganz nació en Montevideo en 1952. Cursó estudios de violín con Israel Chorberg, Ilya Fidlon (alumno de Leopold Auer) y Jorge Risi. A la edad de 11 años ganó su primer concurso de Juventudes Musicales. Posteriormente viajó a los Estados Unidos donde estudió con Richard Burgin, y a Italia donde tomó clases con Alberto Lysy en la Academia Internacional de Música de Cámara de Roma. Entre 1974 y 1979 fue alumno de Victor Pikaizen en el Conservatorio Tchaikowsky de Moscú, de donde egresó con la calificación de “excelente”.
Durante su período en Moscú Amiram fue premiado en varios concursos internacionales de violín, tales como Long-Thibaud/Paris (1977) y ARD/Munich (1978). También en Moscú Amiram conoció al gran pianista Alexander Paley, con el cual realizó giras de conciertos a través de la ex-Unión Soviética. Años después, Ganz y Paley comenzaron a actuar en Francia en 1988, y desde el año 1992 ofrecen recitales cada año en el Festival del “Moulin d’Andé” organizado por Alexander Paley.
En 1980 Amiram Ganz integra la Orquesta Filarmónica de Estrasburgo como concertino, y en 1986 es designado Súper-solista de dicha orquesta. Gracias a este puesto, recibe un violín de Giovanni Battista Guadagnini (Milán 1754) en préstamo a la orquesta por parte del Banque Populaire de Strasbourg.
Como solista Amiram Ganz actuó con orquestas dirigidas por Theodor Guschlbauer, Alain Lombard, Roger Delage, Marc Soustrot, Roger Boutry, James Judd, Jan Latham-Koenig, Günther Kehr, Claude Schnitzler, Francisco Rettig, Simon Blech, Jacques Bodmer,
Federico García Vigil, Hugo López, Nicolás Pasquet y Eduardo Diazmuñoz. Posee un vasto y ampliado repertorio que incluye todas las principales obras para violín y orquesta, violín solo, violín y piano, y música de cámara desde Bach hasta los clásicos del siglo XX.
Desde 1987 Amiram Ganz actuó como violinista del Trío Shostakovitch, con el cual ofreció más de 300 recitales en los años siguientes, actuando en el Concertgebouw de Amsterdam, Alte Oper de Frankfurt, Conservatorio Tchaikowsky de Moscú, entre otros. En 1994 pasa a ser miembro fundador del Trío Altenberg de Viena, de amplio reconocimiento internacional.
Como profesor, Ganz dictó clases de violín en el Conservatorio de Estrasburgo, y actualmente dicta clases maestras de música de cámara en el Conservatorio de Viena. Las grabaciones de Amiram Ganz incluyen las Sonatas de Iglesia de Mozart con Roger Delage (ARION), sonatas para violín y bajo continuo de Bach y Vivaldi con Daniel Pandolfo (TAMINO), obras para violín y guitarra de Maximo Pujol con María Isabel Siewers (ASV DIGITAL), sonatas para violín y guitarra de Vivaldi (editadas en Argentina y Holanda, también con María Isabel Siewers) y sonatas para violín y piano de Fauré, Roussel y Ravel con Diana Schneider (CD RADIO CLÁSICA). Como miembro del Trío Altenberg, Ganz grabó para los sellos VANGUARD CLASSICS y CHALLENGE CLASSICS una serie de 12 CDs que incluye, entre otros: los tríos con piano de Paul Juon, el trío D 929 de Schubert, tríos de Mauricio Kagel y Ernst Widmer, la obra completa para trío con piano de Schumann (première mundial), tríos de Fauré, Martin y Ravel, tríos de Haydn, Mozart y Beethoven, y la “Noche transfigurada” de Shoenberg.


Daan Treur

Pianist Daan Treur was born in Haarlem and grew up in Nieuw Vennep where he received his first
piano lessons from the local music school. His rapid development led to his early entrance to the
School for Young Talent and the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague where he spent his high school
years studying with Marlies van Gent. In this period he also won a number of prizes at
competitions like the Steinway Competition, Prinsis Christina Competition and SJMN.
Daan then continued his studies at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam with Mila
Baslawskaja. It was in this period that he discovered his love for chamber music that continues
to be the driving force of his career to this day. He plays in various settings nationally and
internationally including the Haarlem Piano Trio with Isabel Vaz and Eduardo Paredes. Daan has
also performed various times as a soloist including performing Rachmaninov Piano Concert
Number 2 with the Betuws Symphony conducted by Nicholas Devons. Daan has also taken part in
various masterclasses with Konstatin Bogino, Franco Scala, Almudena Cano, Tamra Podoubnaya,
David Kuijken and Paul Komen.
Daan also spends a good deal of his time teaching. He teaches in Nieuw Vennep and Haarlem and
was also a teacher at the conservatory in Bragança as well as being a teacher and collaborative
pianist at the Escola Professional De Arte De Mirandela in Portugal.
Daan is also conductor and pianist of the Dutch Choir in the Moeder de Verlosserkerk in Haarlem.Nataša Grujić
Serbian violinist born in Belgrade. At the age of 14 she entered the Bachelor degree at the
University of Belgrade. After finishing her bachelor and master degree in Belgrade, funded by
the scholarship of the Serbian Governament, “Young Talents”, Nataša moved to the Netherlands
(2009) and got a fellowship in the Master of Music Program at “Codarts” University in Rotterdam.
Under the leadership of prof. Gordan Nikolić, Goran Gribajcević and prof. Mischa Furman she
graduated her second master degree in 2010.
During her student years as well as after graduation Nataša cooperated with the Nederlands
Kamer Orkest as well as NedPHo (Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra) playing all around Holland
and enjoying many festivals including “Le Folle Journee” (2011 and 2012) in Nantes, France.
From 2010 she is a member of orchestra “Bandart” situated in Spain and led by Gordan Nikolić,
with whom she performed many symphonic projects throughout Madrid, Valencia, Granada,
Peralada, Alicante etc. With “Bandart” she also did a big opera production of Gluck`s “Orfeo ed
Euridice” in cooperation with the production house Fura del Bausch, performed in 2011 and
2013.

Natasja Grujic
In 2013 Nataša joined the Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra (California USA) led by Ashot
Tigranyan, later to become the concertmaster on many tours around Europe: Italy, United
Kingdom, France, Spain, Scandinavia, Poland, Armenia etc.
2015 brought cooperation with a chamber orchestra “Camerata Nordica” situated in Sweden.
With them Nataša enjoyed many projects one of which was “Metamorphosis” where R.Strauss
“Metamorfozen” for 23.strings was performed entirely by heart, under tutoring and leaderships
from Terje Tonnesen (violin), Per Nystrom (cello) and Bud Beyer (acting).
In 2016 Nataša was invited to join “Double Sens” (France/Serbia), a chamber ensemble of a
world renowned Serbian violinist Nemanja Radulović. They performed on the Mezzo Festival in
Le Folie Bergere (Paris) and upcoming is the festival “Boljšoj” which will be held in Mokra Gora
in July 2016 hosted by the incredible movie director Emir Kusturica.
Proud member of the newly founded “Mokum Symphony” (Amsterdam) whose message is to
prioritize the musical expression, inspired by the old masters such as Willem Mengelberg, Nataša
performed the “Beethoven Revisited” project in May 2016 conducted by the violinist and founder
of the orchestra Joan Berkhemer.
Giving great importance to teaching Nataša had an opportunity to live in Portugal from 2012-
2014 where she had a position of a violin docent at the Esproarte Escola Profissional de Arte de
Mirandela.
Living in The Netherlands she is currently giving lessons in Haarlem and Amsterdam.
Playing in orchestras, performing recitals or playing chamber music with friends Nataša uses all
her time developing as an artist and has devoted herself to music making as the ultimate way of
communicating with no boundaries in this world with so many.

Sofie Sunnerstam
Studied with Henryk Kowalski at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and Indiana University
in the United States. She then went on to study at Edsberg Castle in Stockholm, completing both
her masters and soloist diploma's with Per Enoksson and Mats Zetterqvist. Sofie performs
regularly as a chamber musician with ensembles such as the Scandinavian String Quartet,
Dalecarlia Clarinet Quintet, Vadstena Soloists and O/modernt Chamber Orchestra. Her album
“Fjärran” with the Dalacarlia Quintet was named Best Classical Album at the 2016 New Zealand
Music Awards. She is also regularly invited to perform at chamber music festivals in Sweden and
has toured many parts of Europe, India, and New Zealand.
Sofie has also appeared as a soloist with the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra and Royal College
of Stockholm Symphony Orchestra as well as various other Swedish orchestras. She also regularly
performs with a variety of Scandinavian Orchestras including the Swedish Radio Symphony
Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra.

Willem Stam
Canadian/Dutch Cellist Willem Stam was born and raised in Calgary, Canada. In 2006 he moved
to The Hague where he is currently based. His broad repertoire spans the entire history of the
cello and he continues frequent work with living composers. Hе performs regularly as soloist,
chamber musician, and conductor in a large variety of ensembles and settings.
He is the founding cellist of the Ysaÿe Trio, an ensemble that released its first CD of trios by
Beethoven and Ysaye in 2013 and it’s second CD of symphonic arrangements of works by
Beethoven and Mahler for piano quartet in 2015. He is also co-founder of the New European
Ensemble which has performed new music and organized social outreach projects throughoutEurope.
Willem studied in Canada with Beth Sandvoss and John Kadz and in the Netherlands with Dmitry
Ferschtman, culminitating in the completion of his Master of Music education in 2012. He has
played for and worked with many of the worlds leading cellists and pedagogues and brings this
background into his own teaching including masterclasses given in Canada, South America, and
Europe. Willem teaches privately at home and through the internet where he regularly gives
masterclasses and lessons to cellists around the globe.
Willem plays on a Stefano Scarampella cello (Mantova 1918) made available by the National
Instrument Foundation of The Netherlands.
Hilary Gamble has been hailed as a rising star performer, touring as a chamber musician and
soloist throughout the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and the United Kingdom. She is currently
Assistant Principal in Viola with the Orquesta Estable de Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
She was recently Assistant Principal with the Orquesta Filarmonica de Santiago de Chile, and
Adjunct Faculty in Viola at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
(USA).www.willemstam.com


Elian Ortiz Cárdenas
Nacido en la Ciudad de Santiago de Chile (1974), inicia sus estudios en el Conservatorio de
Música de la Facultad de Artes de la Universidad de Chile, luego en el Instituto de Música de la
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Posteriormente (1995-97) realiza estudios de
perfeccionamiento artístico en la Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh - EEUU, con el Maestro
Anthony Bianco, Solista Laureado de la Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Ha sido Solista de Contrabajos en la Orquesta de Cámara del Teatro Municipal de Santiago, en la
Orquesta Clásica de la Universidad de Santiago y en la Carnegie Mellon Philarmonic Orchestra
(EEUU). Entre los años 1997-2006 es Co-Solista de Contrabajos en la Orquesta Filarmónica de
Santiago, para luego desempeñarse como Primer Contrabajo de la Orquesta Clásica Regional del
Maule (Chile). Actualmente, obtenido por concurso público y desde el año 2010 ocupa el cargo
de Solista Principal de Contrabajos de la Orquesta Estable del Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires,
Argentina.
Profesor Titular de la Cátedra de Contrabajo en el Conservatorio de Música de la Universidad
Mayor de Santiago de Chile (2004-07) y en el Instituto Profesional Escuela Moderna de Música de
Santiago de Chile (2008-10). A partir del año 2010 es Profesor de Contrabajo en el Instituto
Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires.

Comienzo del curso: 
Lunes 31 de Julio
Horarios: 
del 31/7 al 6/8 de 10 am a 20 hs. Master Class y conciertos.
Lugar: 
Facultad de Artes
Matrícula: 
UYU $400
Coordinación: 
Nicolàs Giordano-Lucrecia Basaldùa