KOMORNI GODALNI ORKESTER SLOVENSKE FILHARMONIJE / ORCHESTRA DA CAMERA DELLA FILARMONICA SLOVENA / THE SLOVENE PHILHARMONIC STRING CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

 kgosf-14.2.17
 Trajanje koncerta / Durata dello concerto / Duration of the concert: 1:00h

 2.8.2017 – 21.00

Tartinijev trg Piran – Piazza Tartini Pirano – Tartini square Piran

 

POSVEČENO TARTINIJU / DEDICATO A TARTINI / TRIBUTED TO TARTINI

 

Program / Programma / Programm:

A. Kumar: Istrska suita / Suita Istriana / Istrian suite

G. Tartini: Vražji trilček / Il trillo del diavolo / Devil’s trill

Solistka / Soista / Soloist: Nika Toškan

A. Vivaldi: Koncert za godala v g – molu / Concerto per archi in g – minore / Concert for strings in g – minor


A. Vivaldi: In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626.
Solistka / Soista / Soloist: Nika Gorič, sopran / soprano / sopran

A. Vivaldi: Koncert za godala v C – duru RV117 / Concert for strings in C – Major RV117 / Concerto per archi in C – maggiore RV117

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Prva violin / Primo violino / First violin

Janez Podlesek – koncertni mojster / Maestro dell orchestra

Vera Belič

Matic Anžej

Mojca Fortin

Druga violin / Secondo violin / Second violin

Oliver Dizdarević

Matjaž Porovne

Žiga Cerar

Matjaž Žižek, k.g.

Viola / Viola / Viola

Marija Rome

Tomaž Malej

Gea Pantner Volfand, k.g.

Violončelo / Violoncello / Cello

Igor Škerjanec

Klemen Hvala

 

Kontrabas / Spigola / Bass

Petar Brčarević

Komorni godalni orkester Slovenske filharmonije je štirinajstčlanski komorni sestav, ki igra brez dirigenta. Ustanovili smo ga leta 1993 ob podpori Ministrstva za kulturo Republike Slovenije. V dvajsetih letih delovanja je ansambel odigral okoli 400 koncertov doma in v tujini. Nastopil je na Ljubljanskem poletnem festivalu, na mariborskem Glasbenem septembru, na festivalih Danubiana in  Slovenski glasbeni dnevi, leta 2003 pa tudi v okviru Svetovnih glasbenih dnevov “Slovenija 2003” v Ljubljani. Koncerti v Dubrovniku (Dubrovniški poletni festival), Zadru, Zagrebu (Zagrebški poletni festival, Baročni festival Zagreb), Samoboru, Opatiji (Bienale sodobne glasbe), Rabu, Pagu, v Novem Sadu (Festival Nomus), Celovcu, Ohridu (Ohridski poletni festival), Podgorici (Festival A tempo), Gorici, Trstu, Murcii, Madridu (Veranos de la Villa), na Festivalu Emilia Romagna in na Dunaju, so vselej naleteli na navdušen sprejem pri občinstvu in kritiki. Od leta 1999 ansambel deluje v okviru istoimenskega društva. Vzpodbuja nastanek novih glasbenih del, skrbi za notne izdaje in objavlja  promocijske zgoščenke. Že dvanajsto sezono prireja ciklus koncertov Sozvočje svetov v sodelovanju  z Narodno galerijo iz Ljubljane. Prireditev povezuje predavanja o likovni umetnosti s koncerti komorne  glasbe in privablja ljubitelje likovne in glasbene umetnosti. Ansambel je sodeloval z mednarodno  priznanimi slovenskimi glasbenicami: pianistko Dubravko Tomšič Srebotnjak, flavtistko Ireno Grafenauer in altistko Mirjam Kalin, gostil pa je tudi številna tuja imena svetovnih glabenih odrov, kot so violončelisti Aleksander Rudin, Miša Majski in Enrico Dindo, kontratenorist Markus Forster,  violinistke Sarah Chang, Pria Mitchell in Alissa Margulis, pianistka Polina Leschenko, hornista Stefan  Dohr, oboist Jonathan Kelly in flavtist Massimo Mercelli. Posebno doživetje je bilo sodelovanje z  akordeonistom Richardom Gallianom na festivalih Glasbeni september 2007, Festival Maribor 2010 in  na Dubrovniških poletnih igrah 2011. Ansambel je bil v letu 2009 rezidenčni orkester in koproducent Festivala Maribor. Pod umetniškim vodstvom violinista Richarda Tognettija je sodeloval s številnimi  svetovno priznanimi glasbeniki kot so pianist Boris Berezovski, flavtist Emmanuel Pahud, tenorist  James Gilchrist, violinisti Arvid Engegard, Atle Spoonberg in Satu Vanska, sopranistka Sabina Cvilak,  pianist Melvyn Tan, fagotistka Jane Gower, hornistka Marie Luise Neunecker, kitarist Vlatko Stefanovski in kavalist Teodosii Spassov. Uspešno sodelovanje je ansambel nadaljeval tudi v letu  2010, ko je nastopil skupaj z Avstralskim komornim orkestrom ter gostil soliste kot so violinist  Anthony  Marwood, violist Christopher Moore, violončelist Timmo Veiko Valve, flavtistka Eva Nina Kozmus in  druge. Tega leta je društvo prevzelo tudi vlogo producenta Festivala Maribor in partnerja javnega  zavoda Maribor 2012 – Evropska prestolnica kuture. Repertoar Komornega godalnega orkestra  Slovenske filharmonije obsega skladbe vseh stilnih obdobij, posebno pozornost pa namenja  ansambel stvaritvam slovenskih avtorjev. Tudi tistih, najmlajših, ki se šele uveljavljajo. Vse to potrjuje  visoko kakovost ter vlogo in pomen Komornega godalnega orkestra Slovenske filharmonije v  slovenski in evropski poustvarjalni kulturi. Za svoje uspešno delo je ansambel prejel več nagrad in priznanj: Nagrado Prešernovega sklada leta 1999, Župančičevo nagrado leta 2004, Betettovo nagrado leta 2006 in Plaketo glavnega mesta Ljubljana leta 2012.

The Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra consists of fourteen string musicians, members of the Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra. The orchestra was founded in 1993 with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia with the purpose of performing on those stages in Slovenia that are unable to accommodate a full symphonic orchestra. During the eighteen years of its existence, the Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra, recast as a society in 1999, has given about 400 concerts in Slovenia and abroad. It has performed at the Ljubljana Summer Festival, the Maribor Festival (Musical September Festival), at the Musica Danubiana Festival, the Slovenian Music Days, and in Ljubljana as part of the ISCM World Music Days “Slovenia 2003”. The concerts in Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik Summer Festival), Zadar, Zagreb (the Zagreb Summer Festival and the Zagreb Baroque Festival), Samobor, Opatija (Biennial of Contemporary Music), Novi Sad, Klagenfurt, Ohrid, Podgorica (Festival A Tempo), Gorizia, Trieste, and Madrid (Veranos de la Villa) were received with consistent enthusiasm by both, audiences and critics. As a society it has stimulated musical creativity, the production of new compositions, score editions, as well as promotional CDs from its onset. The orchestra has collaborated with numerous Slovene musicians of international acclaim, such as the pianist Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak, flautist Irena Grafenauer, contralto Mirjam Kalin, and other renowned musicians such as cellists Alexander Rudin, Mischa Maisky and Enrico Dindo, counter-tenor Markus Forster, violinists Sarah Chang, Priya Mitchell and Alissa Margulis, pianist Polina Leschenko, hornist Stefan Dohr, flautist Massimo Mercelli, and accordionist Richard Galliano. Since 2009, it has been the Orchestra in Residence and the producer of the Maribor Festival under the artistic leadership of Richard Tognetti. It has performed with musicians such as the flautist Emmanuel Pahud, tenorist James Gilchrist, pianists Boris Berezovsky and Melvyn Tan, violinists Arvid Engegard, Atle Spoonberg, Satu Vänskä, Anthony Marwood, soprano Sabina Cvilak, bassoonist Jane Gower, hornist Marie Luise Neunecker, guitarist Vlatko Stefanovski, kaval player Teodosii Spassov, violist Christopher Moore, cellist Timmo Veiko Valve and flautist Eva Nina Kozmus. In 2010 the orchestra became a partner with the public institution Maribor 2012 − the European Capital of Culture. The orchestra, which performs without a conductor, has recorded a number of live concerts, audio and video recordings, as well as several compact discs. Its repertoire includes all period styles. It dedicates special attention to younger Slovene composers. Dedicated to high quality, the Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra is consolidating its reputation in the creative currents of Europe. It received the country’s most prestigious national accolade, the Prešeren Fund Award in 1999, the Župančič Award of the City of Ljubljana in 2004, the Betetto Charter in 2006 and The Ljubljana City award in 2012.