Barbara Doll & Hartmut Rohde &
Silke Avenhaus & Xenia Jankovic
26th February_19 hrs.
Lago Llanquihue Amphitheatre
*Descuentos para estudiantes y adultos mayores (en boletería del Teatro).
‘The encounter with Barbara Doll’s art was one of the happiest moments of my life. Her interpretation is of brilliant creative authority and suggestive power’.
Sofía Gubaidulina, Russian composer.
‘Generalisations are clearly unknown to Hartmut Rohde. He floods his interpretations with inspiration and imaginative power’.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
‘From her instrument, Xenia Jankovic extracts tones of modest and sensitive elegance’.
‘The German pianist Silke Avenhaus has extensive concert activity all over Europe and has performed in prominent concert halls such as the Berlin Philharmonic and the Munich Philharmonic’.
El Diario Vasco.
The ninth version of Teatro del Lago’s eagerly awaited International Chamber Music Masterclass culminates this season with a concert under the guidance of four outstanding and internationally renowned soloists: German violinist Barbara Doll, violist Hartmut Rohde; pianist Silke Avenhaus; and cellist Xenia Jankovic
As a soloist and chamber musician, Barbara Doll performs on the international music scene. Since 2014 she has been a violin professor at the Academy of Music in Basel, Switzerland, having held a similar position at the Bern University of the Arts since 2004.
Barbara has performed at venues such as the Wigmore Hall and the Barbican in London, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Gasteig in Munich and the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, as a soloist, among others, with the English Chamber Orchestra and the European Union Chamber Orchestra. A passionate chamber musician both as a violinist and a violist, Doll is a regular guest at chamber music festivals such as the Schleswig Holstein Festival, the Steven Isserlis Prussia Cove Chamber Music Festival and the Ravinia Festival, USA. Holliger, Patricia Pagny, Silke Avenhaus, Adrian Oetiker, Filippo Gamba, Christopher Hinterhuber, Nicolas Altstaedt, Natalie Clein, Dieter Flury and Dimitri Ashkenazy.
She has done duets with pianist Cristina Marton-Argerich for nearly 20 years. Their interpretations of conventional and rarely performed repertoire have been internationally acclaimed for their personal and authentic approach.
Barbara is regularly invited as a guest lecturer at masterclasses and coaching orchestral academies. Recent and future engagements include Villa Musica Mainz, Künstlerhaus Boswil, Hindemith Foundation Blonay, the Aurora Chamber Music Festival Sweden and Teatro del Lago in Chile.
Since 2006, she is president of ESTA (European String Teachers’ Association) in Switzerland
He is one of Europe’s foremost and most sought-after violists, renowned for his stylistic versatility and rhetorical acumen. He delights audiences with his special timbres and lively interpretations that are always an affective and electrifying illumination of the score. A main interest for him lies in the historical scrutiny of different musical styles. Perspectives and new experiences in the musical dialogue serve as a basis for his interpretations.
As a chamber musician, Hartmut Rohde regularly performs concerts in Australia, the United States, Canada, South America, Israel, Europe and Switzerland, where he has performed with renowned artists such as Heinrich Schiff, David Geringas, Lars Vogt, Daniel Hope, Janine Jansen, Arto Noras, Patrick Gallois, Jörg Widmann, Auryn Quartet and Artis Quartet, among others.
As a soloist, Hartmut Rohde has performed with conductors such as Kent Nagano, Pavel Baleff, Werner Stiefel, Paavo Järvi, Massimo Zanetti, Christoph Prick and Michael Sanderling. In addition, he is a regular guest artist at Carnegie Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Berlin Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Salzburg Festival, ‘Tensions’ Heimbach, Pablo Casals Festival, Moritzburg Festival, Bantry West Cork Music Festival, Australian Chamber Music Festival and Kumho Asiana Festival in Seoul.
His commitment to contemporary music can be seen in his collaboration with composers such as Jörg Widmann, Detlev Glanert, Brett Dean, Wolfgang Rihm, Krzystof Penderecki and Garth Knox, as well as with David Philipp Hefti, Sören Nils Eichberg and Arvydas Malcys
Numerous solo concerts and chamber music ensemble appearances have taken Silke Avenhaus throughout Europe, the United States and Southeast Asia. She is regularly featured at venues such as the Wigmore Hall in London, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Brahms-Saal at the Wiener Musikverein, the Philharmonie in Cologne, Munich and Berlin, as well as the Carnegie Recital Hall in New York. She has also participated in the Marlboro Music Festival, Chamber Music Festivals in Prussia Cove and Moritzburg, Berliner Festwochen, Rheingau Music Festival, Salzburg Festspiele, Lucerne Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Klavier-Festival Ruhr and Beethovenfest in Bonn. Silke Avenhaus has worked with orchestras such as the NDR Symphony Orchestra Hamburg, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, the German Radiophilharmonie and the Munich Chamber Orchestra.
She has arranged piano works by Wagner, Liszt and Rossini within Salon Chromatique et Harmonique, placing them in a surprisingly new context. In addition, her album Trouts has been internationally recognised.
Her approach to piano and chamber music literature, characterised by joy and creativity, has earned her several distinctions from music critics such as the Diapason d’Or, the Supraphon Award, as well as a Grammy nomination.
Silke Avenhaus has performed with artists such as Antje Weithaas, Marie-Luise Neunecker, Tabea Zimmermann, Christoph Poppen, Jörg Widmann, Sabine Meyer, Quirine Viersen and Tai Murray. Several composers have written works that she has premiered, such as Magnar Aam, Helmut Eder, Detlef Glanert, Wilfried Hiller, Akikazu Nakamura and Jörg Widmann.
She studied with Bianca Bodalia and Klaus Schilde (University of Music and Performing Arts Munich), György Sebök (Indiana University, Bloomington) and with Sandor Végh and Sir András Schiff.
She is an honorary professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich and a regular lecturer at the Academy of Music Villa Música.
Renowned for her brilliant qualities as a first-class cellist, Xenia Jankovic has developed a worldwide career as a soloist, chamber musician and pedagogue.
Born into a family of Russian and Serbian musicians, Xenia made her debut with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of nine. Her most influential teachers since the start of her career have been Mstislav Rostropovich, Pierre Fournier, André Navara, György Sebök and Sándor Végh.
Audiences and critics alike have enthusiastically acclaimed Jankovic’s recitals in world-famous concert halls, as well as her solo concerts with orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, the Budapest Philharmonic, the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Radio Orchestras of Madrid, RSO Berlin and Radio Copenhagen. She has recorded for CPO, Saphir, Channel Classics, PGP, Melism, Indésens and Calliope Records.
Xenia continues to inspire many composers to write music for her instrument. She has premiered many works by Serbian composers in particular, and has recorded and worked on editions of pieces written for her.
Xenia Jankovic is a member of the Hamlet Piano Trio. She is also cellist of the Uriel Quartet, whose focus is on the works of the learned composers Beethoven and Bartók
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