4th EDITION MUSIC REVIEW
"CHARM OF NOTES BETWEEN THE CLASSIC"
(Admission by donation)
ROOM SILENTIUM - DISTRICT SAN VITALE - ALLEY Bolognetti 2 - BOLOGNA
Presented by: Mara Petrosino
November 18, 2014 - 21:00
Concert organized in collaboration with the Associazione Culturale Italo-Czech Lucerne
and with the patronage of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Rome and the Czech Centre of Milan
For the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the return of democracy in Czechoslovakia
Miroslav Ambros - violin
EW Korngold - Suita op. 11 "Mnoho kriku pro nic"
B. Smetana - Z domoviny
J. Suk - Radúz to Mahulena
A. Dvorak - Mazurek and moll, op. 49
B. Martinu - Madrigalove stance
L. Janacek - Sonata
O. Sevcik - Holka modrooka
Miroslav Ambros (1987), he began playing the violin professionally at the age of eleven years at the School of Music Jan Neruda in Prague, with prof. Jiri Hnyk. At the same time he took a course at the University CM von Weber in Dresden (Germany) with prof. Ivan Zenaty, with whom he subsequently studied three years at the Prague Conservatory. In 2006 he began to study at the Academy of Musical Arts (HAMU) in Prague with prof. Ivan Straus, and has completed the Masters in 2012. In 2008/2009 he also studied at the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater in Hannover with Prof.. Krzysztof Wegrzyn. Since 2008 he is a student of Master Josef Suk. Miroslav Ambros also followed special courses at, among many, Pinchas Zukerman, Zakhar Bron, Ruggiero Ricci, B. Sayevich, S. Yarosevich, S. Shipps, G. Kalinovsky and Eugen Drucker, a member of Emerson Quartet. He has won numerous awards in national and international competitions, such as Prague Junior Note, the competition in Slovakia Bohdan Warchal, the Kocian Violin Competition Concertino Praga 2006, and chamber ensemble with pianist Marek Sedivy. In 2003 he won the international competition "Prix des Jeunes Talents Du Européens de Musique Classique" in Marseille, France. In 2004 he won a competition launched by the Yamaha company and as a reward he got a scholarship. Miroslav Ambros accounts regularly for Czech and Slovak Radio and Television. He has also recorded for radio in Marseille and Luxembourg and in 2006 he recorded his first solo CD with pianist Zuzana Ambrosova for the label ArcoDiva. Living in Prague, Miroslav Ambros is much in demand for concerts. He plays frequently in major halls in the Czech Republic and also in Europe and in Canada, among other things, Luxembourg Philharmonic Hall, Mendelssohn Hall in Hamburg, Teatro Dal Verme in Milan, Rome and room boxes in Tabaret Hall in Ottawa. In May 2008, Ambros has played chamber music with Josef Suk, Jiri Barta, Jan Simon and Karl Untermuller at the International Festival "Prague Spring" and the same group recorded a CD with compositions by Dvorak and J. Suk for Supraphon label. In November 2008 he made a concert tour of Spain with the Orchestra of Czech virtuous. Miroslav Ambros performs regularly with symphony orchestras including the Prague Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, the Symphonic Orchestra of Prague, The Czech National Symphony Orchestra, the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra, the ' Prague Chamber Orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Kosice and the Czech Chamber Orchestra
In 2007 he opened the concert season Prague Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro known Jiri Belohlavek with the Violin Concerto in D by PI Tchaikovsky at the Rudolfinum in Prague. He plays a unique instrument made in 1734 by Italian luthier Camillo de Camilli.
Zuzana Ambrosova, he began studying at the Conservatory in Kosice in 1973, when he was only thirteen years old, a child unusually talented. As the winner of the piano competition "Smetana" in Hradec Kralove (1974) and the competition of Hradec "Beethoven" has joined the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Kosice at the age of sixteen. After completing his studies at the Academy of Musical Arts in Prague directed by prof. Zdenek Jilek in 1982, was professor of piano at the Conservatory in Kosice for ten years. In 1986 he received a special prize for piano in collaboration with the trombone player Jiri Novotny, during the international competition of wind instruments. It was also engaged as a soloist with the Philharmonic Orchestras of Kosice and Vienna, not only in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, but also in Germany, Austria, Poland, Hungary, Spain, France and Italy. He has also collaborated with the Czech television and radio networks. Since 1992 he works at the Liceo Musicale Jan Neruda Prague and as singing coach in the department of wind instruments of music faculty AMU. He is often invited to play the piano especially for the festival "Prague Spring" and "Talent of the Year."
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