FESTIVAL WINDS

14. - 20. July 2017

 

conductor: JOZSEF CSIKOTA

grade: medium
 age: 13 and more

Course instruments: flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba, percussion

Program
Keler BelaHungarian Lutspiel Overture
Frigyes Hidas: Concerto for Brass Quintet & Band
Frigyes Hidas: Vjenne 
Jan Van der Roost: Puzsta
Antal Farkas: Bottle Dance

ourse 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:

 

Dušan Sodja

Instrument: clarinet

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With Student Prešeren Award awarded clarinettist, graduated at the Academy of Music Ljubljana, and fiished his specialization of chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik Köln. As soloist he performs with orchestras such as Slovene Philharmonic, Darmstadt National Opera and Bohdan Warchal Slovac Chamber Orchestra.

Petra Vidmar

Instrument: percussion

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She is an assistant for percussion at Ljubljana Academy of Music and solo percussionist of the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra. She collaborates regularly with different orchestras such as Slovenian Philharmonic, Slovenian National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana, and Slovenian Army. She enriched her performance skills with internationally renowned percussionists (Nebojša Jovan Živković, Ivana Bilić, Katarzyna Mycka, Eriko Daimo, Eric Sammut, Svet Stoyanov, Raymond Curfs, Rainer Römer). Her most acclaimed project of 2014 was Slišati barve (Color hearings – pictures and music), and in 2015 Lenora (poetry and music), and Rhythm of Life (music for percussion without percussion).

Matej Grahek

Instrument: flute

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He is a solo flautist of Slovenian Philharmonic, he is a professor at Conservatory for Music Ljubljana and professor at Academy of Music Ljubljana. He graduated and post-graduated at Academy of Music Ljubljana (prof. Fedja Rupel), he made his specialization at Salzburg Mozarteum (prof. Irena Grafenauer). With Wind Quintet ArtVento he was placed among 8 best groups at the international competition ARD in München. With Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra he performed under baton of Carlos Kleiber, Riccardo Muti, Sir Neville Marriner. He performs with Big Band RTV Slovenia. His records are on 10 CD’s, five of them are solo projects.

 Stefan Hofer

Instrument: trumpet

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Stefan Hofer studied trumpet at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Graz with Prof. Stanko Arnold. During 2000 and 2012 he taught trumpet at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Graz. Now he is working as trumpet teacher at the Musikschulen des Landes Kärnten. He is a regular member of the Austrian Brass Quintet HoViHoLoHoff, Lakeside Jazz Band, and Brass Cussion, and works as substitute in orchestras such as Stadttheater Klagenfurt, Brucknerorchester Linz, and Carinthian Symphony Orchestra. As soloist he has performed with Carinthian Symphony Orchestra and Collegium Musicum, Wiener Bachsoloists, and Chamber Orchestra Villach. He is a principal Cornet-player at the Brassband of Carinthia. He is a managing director of regional Music school in Millstatt and he leads Conductor-Course at the School of Music in Spittal.

Dušan Kranjc

Instrument: trombone

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Graduated at the Academy of Music Ljubljana. For several years he was principle tromboist of the Slovene Philharmonics and the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg. He studied with Branimir Slokar in Trossingen (Germany). He teaches at the Academy of Music Ljubljana, and in Austria. He is a solo tromboist of the Camerata Academica Salzburg, Musica antiqua Salzburg, the OENM and the Lungau Big Band.

Josef Steinböck

Instrument: tuba

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Josef Steinböck studied bass tuba as well as music education and instrumental education at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and jazz music at the Vienna Conservatory. He has been tuba-player at Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg since 1991 and professor for brass chamber music and tuba at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich since 2002. Brass chamber music and contemporary music has always been of particular interest to Josef Steinböck, he played and performed with numerous well known international ensembles, such as Art of Brass Vienna, Munich Opera Brass, and Klangforum Wien, OENM Salzburg. He is a jury member at many national and international music competitions as well as being in great demand both as a lecturer and a tutor. He is the initiator and artistic director of Bläserurlaub – a very successful summer music course since 20 years in Bad Goisern, Austria.