FESTIVAL SYMPHONY

20. - 26. July 2017

 

conductor: JAN MIŁOSZ ZARZYCKI

grade: medium
 age: 12 - 18 years

 (The course will be held in English)

Instruments in the orchestra: violin, viola, violoncello, double bass, flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, trumpet, horn, trombone, tuba, percussion

Program
Richard Addinsel: Warsaw Concerto
Wojciech Kilar: Dracula suite
Johann Sebastian Bach: Orchestral Suite No.2 in b minor
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Polonaise

course fee: 120 €
Course fee does not inculde accomodation and food. 

full board cost: 195 €
6 time full board (Hotel Alp*** , lunch/dinner Bovec primary school)+ last day lunch & dinner + supervision of OrkesterkamP teachers

To the families with many young OrketsterkamP  usicians we offer a special 50% discout on the course fee for the second and subsequent child. 
Please specify all the family members participating the OrkesterkamP courses in the "notes" section of the application form. 

For individuals lessons with the mentors it is possible to apply to the program Summer Solo&Chamber Music Course.

Mentors:

 

Oksana Pečeny Dolenc

Concertmaster

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Janez Avšič

Instrument: double bass

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Member of the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra (since 2011) and professor at the Ljubljana Music and Ballet Conservatory, graduated with distinction at the Academy of Music Ljubljana. He won several prizes and was during his studies member of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra and Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra.

Rok Zgonc

Instrument: violin

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Rok Zgonc is violinist of the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and professor at the Ljubljana Music and Ballet Conservatory. He graduated at Academy of Music Ljubljana, and obtained his master degree at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles (USA). During his studies he was awarded with student Prešeren Award, at the national music competition TEMSIG he won two first awards in the highest categories. As soloist he regularly performs with Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, and RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra. As violinist and professor he collaborates with amateur youth orchestra NOVA filharmonija (Nova Gorica), and in the summer he teaches at Orkesterkamp Bovec. He is a member of piano trio K3O, with which in last year he recorded for Radio Slovenia.

Peter Ugrin

Instrument: viola

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Peter Ugrin completed Viola at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. During his studies at the Academy he won several awards as a member of the string quartet - including the Student Prešeren Award and first prize at the national competition of chamber groups. He continued his studies in Klagenfurt, at the Carinthian State Conservatory in Jazz Violin direction, parallel he always continued studies with classical viola. After Conservatory he continued his studies at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York where he graduated in the direction of jazz violin. Peter has recorded viola, violin and voice on several CDs, among which are most important albums recorded with his own group Artbeaters where Peter works as a group leader, violinist and composer. In Slovenia, he works as a professor of viola at Conservatory for music and ballet in Ljubljana. His students receive various awards at national and other competitions. He performs in various chamber ensembles of classical and contemporary music (Guud quartet, string quartet, quintet). In 2014 and 2016 Peter gave premier performance in Slovenia and Russia of music works by Russian composer Sergey Lunev. In the field of jazz improvisation, Peter works as a professor for Jazz violin at Ljubljana Music Academy. His main expression is band Artbeaters where he works as a leader, composer and string player. With Artbeaters Peter won first prize at the 6th International Jazz Competition in Bucharest. In 2013, at the festival and workshop Jazzinty Peter won all three awards: for best group (Artbeaters), best performance and best own composition. As a conductor Peter leads Big Band Gverillaz whit whom he regularly performs on national and foreign festivals.

Gorazd Strlič

Instrument: violoncello

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Gorazd Strlič, first cellist of the symphony orchestra of the Slovenian National Theatre Opera and Ballet Maribor, is one of the most recognized Slovenian cellist of younger generation. He started musical training with Vladimir Kovačič at the age of seven. In 2007 he completed his master degree at the Academy of Music Ljubljana in the class of prof. Ciril Škerjanc. He was awarded with different national awards and prizes. He achieved many top-most results at national and international competitions. He regularly collaborates at festivals, such as Festival Ljubljana, Lent, Maribor, Stična, Glasbeni september. He dedicates himself to chamber music, and is a member of groups, such as Spiri Art as well as Trio Maribor and many others