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Young Hearts for Music Tour

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Every summer EMCY organises its own chamber music tour through South-East Bavaria and Austria with highly talented young prize winners of its member competitions – Young Hearts for Music Tour!

The tour begins with a multi-day workshop at the Landesmusischule Kufstein, giving the young musicians the possibility to get to know each other and to practice the repertoire with an instructor. The workshop is followed by several concerts in Austria (Kufstein and Bad Ischl) and in Germany (Eggenfelden, Seefeld and Munich). The music they play is complemented by the stories and information the musicians give on stage during the concert.

2018

In 2018 the Young Hearts for Music Tour is special, because is part of the European project GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE, co-funded by Creative Europe.

The tour begins with a multi-day workshop at the Landesmusischule Kufstein, giving the young musicians the possibility to get to know each other and to practice the repertoire with an instructor. The workshop is follow by several concerts in Austria (Kufstein, Traun and Bad Ischl) and in Germany (Eggenfelden and Burghausen).

In 2018 4 young musicians from Spain, Italy, Switzerland and Slovakia will play the tour:

Susana Gómez Vázquez, piano, winner of Concurso Permanente de Juventudes Musicales de España;

Samuel Hirsch, violin, winner of  SJMW CLASSICA;

Sophie Pardatscher, clarinet, winner of  Österreichische Jugendmusikwettbewerbe Prima la Musica;

Juraj Škoda, cello, winner of  Talents for Europe.

Their programme featured works of J. S. Bach, A. Ginastera, E. Ysaÿe I. Stravinsky, B. Martinů, G. Miluccio and O. Messiaen.

Concert details

Wednesday, 6  June, 2018| Landesmusikschule

Krankenhausgasse 16 – 86911 Kufstein | 11:00 & 19:30

Thursday, 7 June, 2018| Kulturpark Traun GmbH

Schlossstraße 8A-4050 Traun | 12:00 & 19:00

Friday, 8 June, 2018 | Trinkhalle Bad Ischl

Auböckplatz 5 – 4820 Bad Ischl | 19:30

Saturday, 9 June, 2018| Musikschule Eggenfelden / Fischplatz

Hofmark Gern 29, D-84307 / Fischplatz  | 18:00

Monday, 11 June, 2018| Kurfürst Maximilian Gymnasium

Kanzelmüllerstraße 90 1/2, 84489 Burghausen  | 11:30

2017

Uliana Zhivitckaia (flute), winner of the International Radio Competition for Young Musicians ”Concertino Praga”, 2017

Mikhail Kambarov (piano), winner of the International Competition for Young Pianists ‘A Step Towards Mastery’, 2015

Moritz Huemer (cello), winner of Schweizerischer Jugendmusikwettbewerb (SJMW), 2016

Dare together! They didn´t know each other and met for the first time in Kufstein, where the tour started. They did the fine-tune and practised the repertoire with teacher Michael Cede from the Tiroler Landeskonservatorium Innsbruck and learned in an audience development workshop, how to present their music to the audience. Afterwards the piano trio went on tour and played school and evening concerts in Kufstein (AT), Bad Ischl (AT), Eggenfelden (DE), Seefeld (DE) and Munich (DE).

The musicians were rewarded by packed concert venues and lots of applause!

Their programme featured chamber music works of J. S. Bach, C. M. von Weber, S. Karg-Elert, F. Chopin, H. Villa-Lobos and N. Kapustin.

Music and exchange! In the last location they participated in a workshop with pupils in their age at the Adolf-Weber-Gymnasium. They exchanged about Europe and their home countries under the political, historical, economical and cultural aspect

 

2016

Terézia Hledíková (violin), winner of Talents for Europe and Lute of Nitra (EMCY Slovakia), 2014

Jingzi Huang (piano), winner of the Peter Toperczer International Piano Competition Košice, 2015

Nicola Pfeffer (violoncello), winner of Jugend musiziert, 2015

“The Young Hearts for Music Tour was one of my best experiences. I really enjoyed the time with all the people. People were nice and friendly. Young Nicola and Jingzi are so talented and good musicians. It was a great experience, a pleasure and an honour to play with them. Working with inspiring Susanna Riebl was helpful and rewarding. The tour was very exhausting, but I am very thankful I could be a part of it.” Terézia Hledíková (cello, Slovakia), YHMT 2016

“The Young Hearts Music Tour was absolutely a unique experience and will be an unforgettable memory in my whole life. Those concerts and daily life have always come to my dream up till now. It is my great happiness to have performed the beautiful music pieces in these beautiful towns. And I’m so lucky to have made new friends. I was greatly honored to be the piano accompanist for Therézia, the violinist and Nicola, the cellist, and we had good collaborations. Thanks a lot for every staff member’s effort to hold such a successful tour. And thanks a lot for your excellent arrangements.” Jingzi Huang (pianist, China), YHMT 2016

Press coverage:

Jung, unbefangen, klassisch – einfach klasse” 12.06.2016, Rottaler Anzeiger

Kultur im Schloss Traun: Young Hearts for Music” 10.06.2016, Regionews

 

2015

Benjamin Zumpfe (Austria), piano, winner of the Austrian competition prima la musica 2014.

Cyprien Keiser (Luxembourg), cello, winner of the Luxembourgish competition Concours Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes 2013

Matouš Kopáček (Czech Republic), clarinet, winner of the International Czech radio competition Concertino Praga 2014

The program included works from the musician’s home country, including the Czech composer B. Martinů as well as original compositions from Benjamin Zumpfe, in addition works by E. Lalo, J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart and a trio from L. Von Beethoven will be performed.

“I honestly don’t know where to start. This tour was – referring to my career as a musician – probably one of the most precious experiences I’ve ever had. I’m seriously overwhelmed by all the wonderful impressions and special, partly even magical moments we’ve experienced. THANK YOU EMCY” Benjamin Zumpfe (piano, Austria), YHMT 2015

 

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