Tartini junior - Ensemble Musica Nucis
Tuesday 4. 9. 2018 19:00
- Gabriello Puliti (1580-1644): Anima mea liquefacta es
- Antonio Tarsia (1643-1722): Confitebor tibi Domine
- Anna Amalie von Preußen (1723 -1787): Sonata for flute and basso continuo in F-major
- Élisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre (1665-1729): Allemande-La Flamande e double from Suite 1 in d-minor, from collection Pièces de clavecin qui peuvent se joüer sur le viollon
- Cecilia Maria Barthélemon (1769-1840): Sonata in E-major for harpsichord- Allegro
- Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677): Che si puo fare (Cantata)
- Élisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre (1665- 1729): Sonata in D-major for violin and basso continuo
- Élisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre (1665- 1729): Sonata in D-major for flute, violin and basso continuo
- Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770): Sonata for violin, violoncello and harpsihord in F-major, op.1
Eva Dolinšek (1992) began her studies at the Academy of Music of the University of Ljubljana, where she started her harpsichord courses under the guidance of Professor Egon Mihajlović. In September 2015, she graduated with honours, Summa Con Laude, from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and gained her M.Mus degree in Harpsichord performance. With this year's 2018, she became a harpsichord assistant at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. Eva participated as a soloist in the repertory of the Academy of Music, as well as in concert series entitled Music from St. Francis’ Garden held at the Nova Gorica Cultural Centre, at the cycle of vocal and instrumental music Symphonic Voices in Koper (SLO) and concert series Sounds of the Youth of the Nova Gorica Music School, Amici della Musica Udine. Since 2011, Eva has been the artistic director of Musica Nucis baroque chamber orchestra In December 2016 she released her first CD intiteled “Barok”.
At the International Music Campus Campus Musica Udine, she was awarded the First Prize by a jury of experts. In April 2017, she won the Gold Award and was the finalist of International Music Competition for Soloists and Chamber Group Svirel. With her group won the Silver Award at the same competiton.
Marjetka Luznik - After concluding her study of flute at the Secondary Music and Ballet School in Ljubljana, she enrolled in the Faculty of Theology, while simultaneously taking singing lessons. After graduating in theology in 2010, she started studying vocal pedagogy and concert singing at the Corinthian State Conservatorium in Klagenfurt, Austria, concluding both studies summa cum laude in 2015. Already as a student she started performing as a soloist and in various ensembles: since 2011 she has been part of the baroque chamber group Musica nucis; she has regularly been performing in the VoxAccordeon duet together with the accordionist Jan Kubiš; pianist Tanja Šterman; in 2016 she made her opera debut with the role of Infanta in A. Zemlinsky’s opera The Dwarf (Der Zwerg). She regularly attends master courses with acknowledged singing pedagogues, such as K. Stoyanova, B. Fink, A. Kirchschlager, B. Jernejčič Fürst. Since 2015 she has worked as a teacher of singing at the Nova Gorica music school. In June 2017 she concluded her second-level study in concert singing at the Corinthian State Conservatorium in Klagenfurt in the class of professor Francka Šenk.
Doris Kodelja started her music studies at Nova Gorica music school and after graduated from high school she continued her flute studies at Conservatorio di Udine (I) where she has graduated and later also completed her studies with a Master degree under the guidance of prof. Giorgio Marcossi. During her studies, she played in various chamber ensembles and in the Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatory. She attended various masterclasses with flute professors like Pierre -Yves Artaud, Bruno Cavallo, Marco Zoni and Cveto Kobal. Since 2001, Doris has been working as a flute teacher at the Nova Gorica music school and since then she regularly attends pedagogical workshops and seminars. She performs mainly with different chamber groups and orchestras. Currently she also dedicates herself to early music. She attended several courses and masterclasses for recorder and traverso with professors such as Stefano Bet, Lucia Rizzello, Dan Laurin and Rachel Brown.
She is co-founder of the music association "Musica Nucis" and the cultural and artistic association "J. Kugy" from Gorizia (I).
Tina Grego, a 27-year-old violinist from the Slovenian city of Tolmin, started to play the violin at the age of nine with her prof. Jurij Križnič.For the next four years she continued her studies with prof. Mojca Križnič and in 2009 successfully graduated.At Academy of Music in Ljubljana then she was studying with prof. Primož Novšak. She completed her Bachelor study in subject violin with the highest degree possible in July 2012. In 2013 she continue studying in Italy at Conservatory Jacopo Tomadini Udine. In 2009 Tina successfully performed in three violin competitions. In Povoletto (11º Concorso Internazionale per Giovani Strumentisti) and in Trieste (3º premio Paolo Spinchich) in Italy, she won the second prize as at the triennial national Slovene competition TEMSIG she gained the bronze award. She was leading the String quartet NOVA, playing the first violin and being "concertmaster" in the Chamber orchestra NOVA. In 2010 Tina was playing first violin in the Symphonic orchestra lead by Ricardo Muti. one of the musicians representing the project "Le vie dell amicizia" in Ravena. In 2012 she took part of concert tour in France, where she played under the direction from renown conductor George Pehlivanian.
Marcello Cassese begins to learn the cello in his hometown, Gorizia (Italy). From 2007 to 2011 he studies at the “Fiesole Music School” (Florence) with F.Dillon and A.Landi, and achieves the Bachelor's Degree at the Ferrara Conservatory.
From 2013 to 2016 he attends the Master of Music at the Mannheim Musikhochschule (Music and Performing Arts Accademy), Germany, with Prof. Michael Flaksman.
He worked together with several orchestras, among the others, with “Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto”, “Internationale Donauphilharmonie”, “Mannheimer Philharmoniker”, “Orchestra Mitteleuropa”, “Orchestra Alpe Adria”, “Italian Youth Orchestra”. He attended at numerous Masterclasses, among the others with A.Meneses, Wen-Sinn Yang, M.Kliegel, E.Bronzi, G.Gnocchi. Since 2010 he has taught, privately as well as in music schools, both in Italy and in Germany. Currently he commits himself to teaching, chamber music and orchestra playing.