Bartok violinkonsert no 2

BÉLA BARTÓK
Violinkonsert No 2

SOLIST HUGO TICCIATI

Hugo Ticciati – en underbar och oerhört uttrycksfull violinist framför Bartoks 2:a violinkonsert.
Före Hugos entré bjuder orkestern på Ouvertyren till ”Den tjuvaktiga skatan” av Rossini och efter pauskaffet serveras Mendelssohns Italienska symfoni.
Tag verkligen chansen att komma och njuta av Hugos musicerande!

Onsdagen den 17:e februari 2010 kl 1900
Nybrokajen 11

Konferencier
Sara Olivecrona

Dirigent
Nils-Gunnar Burlin

Biljetter 145:-/125:- RUM-medlemmar 100:-

Biljettbeställning: Nybrokajen 11 tel 08 407 17 00 vardagar 1200-1700 samt två timmar före konsert.

Program att läsa för er som missade konserten:

HUGO TICCIATI

Curriculum Vitae (kort)

Arvo Pärt har prisat Hugo Ticciatis ”sällsynta förmåga att förmedla en djup förståelse av musiken och sprida ljus över dess spirituella innehåll”.

Sedan sin debut med Romans av Svendsen vid ”The Edinburgh Festival” vid tolv års ålder och Rimskij-Korsakovs Scheherazade i ”The Queen Elizabeth Hall” har Hugo Ticciati framträtt mycket både som solist och kammarmusiker runt om i Europa och Asien. Den kommande säsongen omfattar konserter av Mozart, Mendelssohn, Bartók, Penderecki och Nigel Clarke. På hans meritlista står många stipendier och första pris i internationella tävlingar, Giovani Talenti i San Bartolomeo al Mare i Italien och Mendelssohn Cup i Bari, för att nämna några. År 2007 blev han tilldelad Fellow of the Royal Schools of Music i Storbritannien.

För närvarande arbetar Hugo Ticciati som lärare vid Musikskolan Lilla Akademien (Stockholm) i violin, improvisation och musikhistoria. På senaste tiden har Hugo gett masterclasses och seminarier i violinpedagogik i Sverige, Nya Zeeland, Sydkorea, Italien och Ryssland och med början det här läsåret kommer han att vara gästlärare i violin och föreläsare i musikhistoria på ett nyligen etablerat universitet i New York.

Längre på engelska:
Uniting his passion for musical experimentation, his wide-ranging intellectual pursuits, and his exploration of the inner landscape of mind, heart and soul, Hugo Ticciati is a violinist with exceptional qualities. The composer Arvo Pärt encapsulated these qualities as follows:

Hugo has a rare ability to convey a profound understanding of the music and shed light on its spiritual intent.

Recently, Hugo has been embracing the world of contemporary music, collaborating with composers such as Anders Hillborg, Djuro Zivkovic, Esaias Järnegard and Niklas Breman. He also enjoys devising concerts and events that combine music with the other arts, notably dance and literature. This coming summer he is planning a festival which will combine a programme of culinary delights and chamber music; evening concerts will be the source of inspiration for the creation of innovative menus.

Since his debut at the age twelve in the Edinburgh Festival and at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Hugo has performed many concertos with orchestras in England, Sweden, Romania, Japan, Korea, America and Estonia. Hugo gives regular recitals in prestigious halls across Europe and in Asia with pianists Staffan Scheja, Svetlana Navarssadian, Sophia Rahman and Henrik Måwe. He also performs at many summer festivals, notably The Gotland Chamber Music Festival, playing with distinguished musicians such as Mats Bergström, Daniel Blendulf, Dmtiry Eremin, Lena Hoel and many more. Hugo leads the newly-founded Leonhard String Quartet and directs La Ronde des Violons, a group of seven violinists, which has recently toured Sweden and China.

Besides his concert engagements, Hugo teaches the violin, improvisation and music history at the specialist music school Lilla Akademien. From autumn 2008, he has held the position of guest violin teacher and lecturer in music history at Mahanaim University in New York. Over the last few years Hugo has given masterclasses and seminars on violin pedagogy in New Zealand, South Korea, St Petersburg and Italy. He has also given lectures on historiography in Japan and Korea. In the summer of 2010, he has been invited to start a teaching summer camp in Parma. At the heart of Hugo’s teaching is the exploration of ways of how to apply the physical and spiritual aspects of meditation to the art of practising, playing and living in music.

Hugo began his violin studies in London, first with Faith Whiteley and then with Simon Fischer, author of the acclaimed Basics, before going to Canada on scholarship to study with David Zafer at the University of Toronto. He continued his violin studies with the Russian violinists, Nina and Oleg Balabina in Sweden.

Together with many scholarships Hugo has won the international competitions Giovani Talenti and Rovere d’Oro at San Bartolomeo al Mare, Italy (2002), and the Mendelssohn Cup in Bari, Italy (2004). In 2007 he was admitted a Fellow of the Royal Schools of Music in the United Kingdom; his dissertation was entitled “An Exploration of Nostalgia in the works of Beethoven, Brahms and Berg”. He has also recently been appointed as “academic planning advisor” for the Apogee Foundation in America. Hugo plays on the “Baron Knoop” Vincenzo Rugeri (Cremona c. 1700).