♫Pazardzhik Symphony Orchestra of ♫SYMPHONY OPERA UNION ♫,,Maestro Georgi Atanasov"

Program in May 2017

Program in May 2017

May 18, 2017 /Thursday/

18.30 hours       Hall “M-Ro G.Atanasov”

Conductor: Jan Milos Zarzicki (Poland)             Soloist: Emmanuel Ivanov – piano

                                                                     

     Program:

V.A. Mozart – Overture “The Wedding of Figaro”

                 V.A. Mozart – Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 9, K.27

J. Brahms – Symphony No. 2, op. 73

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Jan Miłosz Zarzycki

Jan Miłosz Zarzycki is Managing and Artistic Director of the Witold Lutosławski Chamber Philharmonic in Łomża. He is also a Professor at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. He is a prize winner of international competitions in Italy, Spain and Hungary.

He studied conducting with Marek Pijarowski at the Music Academy in Wrocław, gaining a diploma with distinction in 1994. He continued his studies in Vienna and Berlin, under the guidance of such famous conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Kurt Masur and Claudio Abbado. Before taking up conducting, he had graduated in violin performance from the Music Academy in Katowice (in 1990) and won several awards at violin competitions. He also finished Post-graduate Studies for Artists and Culture Animators at the Department of Management of Warsaw University.

In 1988 he became Music Director of the Jeunesses Musicales Student Chamber Orchestra at the Music Academy in Katowice, and in 1992-1993 he worked closely with the State Opera in Wrocław. He was one of the two First Prize winners at the First Witold Lutosławski National Conductors’ Competition in Białystok in 1994, receiving also three special awards (including the Award from the Orchestra). Having won Third Prize at the 7th Arturo Toscanini International Conductors’ Competition in Parma in 1997, he was invited to conduct the Arturo Toscanini Symphony Orchestra of Emilia Romagna on a tour of Italy.

He has worked with the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, Sinfonia Varsovia, the Warsaw Chamber Opera. In 1999 he was nominated the lecturer and a member of Conducting Faculty at Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. From this time on, he has also been conducting International Youth Music Workshop in Szczecin (as its artistic director and conductor). In 2004 he won the competition for the post of the head and artistic manager of Łomża Chamber Orchestra.

He has conducted most of Poland’s symphony orchestras. Foreign tours have taken him to Germany, France, Austria, Holland, the Czech Republic, Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Macedonia, the United States, Portugal, Mexico, Norway, Belgium, Lithuania and Belarus. So far, he has recorded 12 albums, one of which won a nomination for the Fryderyk Award of the Polish recording industry.

His honours include a Special Award from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage in recognition of the invaluable contribution to Polish musical culture (2008) and a diploma for his outstanding achievements in the preservation of Chopin’s legacy (2011 and 2013). Furthermore, in 2013 he was honoured with Gloria Artis Medal and Podlaskie Voivodeship Marshal’s Award for extraordinary achievements in the field of artistic creation, popularisation and preservation of culture. In 2014 by the decision of the Polish president, Jan Miłosz Zarzycki has become the Professor of Musical Arts.

 

Emanuil Ivanov

Emanuil Ivanov was born in 1998 in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria. He started musical training with Galina Daskalova at the “Videlina” Chitalishte in her hometown. He is currently working with Prof. Atanas Kurtev in Sofia. Laureate at competitions such as Skryabin-Rahmaninov, Lis-Bartok, Young Virtuosos, Dinu Lipati, and Frederic Chopin (St. Petersburg).He participated in the master classes of Dmitry Alekseev, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Evgeni Bozhanov, Lyudmil Angelov, Atanas Kurtev, Pavel Egorov and others. He has performed solo recitals in Bulgaria, France and Poland. In March 2017, he debuted on the stage of “Bulgaria” Hall, Sofia, as a soloist of the Classic FM Radio Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of maestro Grigor Palikarov.

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May 25, 2017 /Thursday/

18.30 hours       Hall “M-Ro G.Atanasov”

Conductor: GRIGOR PALIKAROV

                    

Soloists:

Mikko Fukuda – soprano (Japan)                        Junko Kamimura – flute (Japan)

                                                   

Program:

Aries by G. Donizetti, J. Verdi, L. Delib, V. Masse and J. Ofenbah

G. Iber – Concerto for flute and orchestra

A. Adam – Vow variations for soprano, flute and orchestra

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GRIGOR PALIKAROV

Grigor Palikarov (was born in 1971 in Plovdiv) graduated National High School of Music And Dancing Art “Dobrin Petkov” – Plovdiv. His main major was piano, which he graduated with full scores and golden medal in 1990. After that he achieve a diploma of master degree from The National Musician Academy “Pancho Vladigerov” – Sofia , for the following majors : opera and symphony conducting with prof. C. Kazandjiev and prof. Yves. Vulpe; composition with prof. D. Tapkov, piano – with Prof.. Kr. Taskov and choral conducting with Professor. St. Kralev. He specialised in composition with Professor Erich Urbaner at the Vienna Conservatory, Austria.

His debut on the opera stage was as a student (22 years), when he conducted “Rigoletto” at the opera houses in Pleven and Stara Zagora.

His professional career as a conductor began in Symphony Ensemble of the Bulgarian Army (1995-1997), and from 1997 to 1999 he was a chief conductor of the Ensemble. Meanwhile, he assumed the post of chief conductor and artistic director of the Youth Philharmonic “Pioneer” (1998-2003). He also debuted at the National Opera and Ballet in Sofia in 1998 by conducting a gala concert of Gena Dimitrova. Since 2001 he was appointed as a full-time conductor of the Opera and into the current moment his repertoire includes more than 55 opera and ballet titles. Since the beginning of the 2005/06 season, Mr. Palikarov has also taken the position of General Artistic Manager and Conductor of the Symphony-Operetta Orchestra „ m-ro G. Atanasov” – Pazardzhik.

Mr. Palikarov is often invited as a guest conductor of many orchestras and opera theatres in Bulgaria among: Symphony Orchestra of Bulgarian National Radio, Classic FM Orchestra – Sofia, where he is a permanent conductor for the 2008/09 season, Sofia Philharmonic, Festival Orchestra – Sofia, State Opera in Plovdiv, Burgas, Varna, Ruse and Stara Zagora, Pleven Philharmonic etc. After series of conducting appearances, special place occupy numerous studio recordings of various musical composition with the Symphony Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio, as well as participations in prestigious national and international music festivals such as “Sofia Music Weeks”, “March Music Days” – Rousse, “European Music Festival “- Sofia,”Apollonia “Laureate days” Katya Popova “- Pleven,” Austrian Music Weeks “,” New Bulgarian music “,” Winter Musical Evenings “- Pazardzhik, Festival of Opera and Ballet Art – Stara Zagora , Festival of Contemporary Music – Pula, Croatia, “May Opera Evenings” – Skopje, Macedonia and others.

Mr. Palikarov regularly carried out many tours abroad including countries like Germany, Austria (with Ensemble “New Ton,” Vienna), Belgium (with the National Orchestra of Belgium), France, Italy, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Slovenia (with the National Opera and Ballet-Ljubljana), Switzerland, Taiwan (with Century Orchestra-Taipei), USA (with Opera Circle-Cleveland), Japan, etc. His debut in the USA has been mentioned by the American critics as “one of the most important musical events for year 2009.” For state of Ohio, Krasnoyarsk opera and ballet – Russian Philharmonic “Janacek” – the Czech Republic and others. In October 2014 M-ro Grigor Palikarov has made two concerts with the Orchestra of Classic FM radio in the prestigious Alte Oper (Frankfurt) program of the festival EUROPEAN CULTURAL DAYS, organized by the European Central Bank.

In addition to his work as a conductor, Mr. Palikarov composes music and performs as a piano soloist with different orchestras in Bulgaria, he also teaches musical analysis at the State Academy of Music and Dance Arts-Plovdiv as an Assistant Professor. Some of his works were performed at music festivals and recorded many times.

For its successful appearances as a composer and pianist he has been awarded a number of prestigious national and international awards from the competitions “Svetoslav Obretenov”, “Albert Roussel”, “Music and Earth” and others. Mr. Palikarov is a winner of the prestigious “Crystal Lyre” of UBMD – 2001 and 2012 as well as the award “Golden Pen”.

Within two terms Mr. Palikarov was chairman of the “Mensa” – Bulgaria.

 

MIKIKO FUKUDA

 Mikiko Fukuda started the piano from 6 years, and the Vocal music from 15 years.

She graduated from the Kunitachi Academia music , and the Barcelona Conservatory “Liceu” of Music (Musician qualification) class of  Carmen BUSTAMANTE ,and finished the third year in Bordeaux conservatory of Music in class of Mady Mesple and studied the opras and the chamber music from Paris Conservatory Municipal of Music.

She won the prize and the Consul-General of France in Kyoto award on the competition of French music at Kansai.

’96 She appeared in concert in Theatre Femina, ’96 She played the Soprano Solo “Carmina Brana”  ,First Nymphe  of  Opera“ Dianne de Fontaineleau ” in Bordeaux &Aquitaine

In Japan,  ’09, ’13, ’16, ’17 she has solo recital in Tokyo. ’13 ’14,’15, ’16, played Lakme of Opera “Lame”, Ohana of opera “Kappatan”,Rossongol of Opera “Rossingol et Empereur” with Sansan Opera in Tokyo., and has playing  many opera by solo, chamber music, etc.. ’16,She released a CD “Utauomoide”(Les souvenirs qui chantent)with Antoine PALLOC from the label Otavia Record. She is a member of NIKIKAI and Mikiko Ecole president.

 

JUNKO KAMIMURA

Junko Kamimura started the piano from 4 years, and the flute from 12 years.

She graduated from the Musashino Academia musicale, and finished the master class of  R.Guiot(Paris Conservatoire) in Academie de Musique Francaise de Kyoto, and studied the flute and the chamber music from A.Adorjan(at Lausanne), W.Tripp( at Vienna), M.Deboist, M.Larriu and Takashi Shirao etc.

In Japan, ’93,’97,’03,’04 she has solo recital in Tokyo & Yokohama. ’92,’01 played the concerto with Tokyo New City Philharmonic Orchestra in Tokyo., and has playing  many concert by solo, chamber music, orchestra,wind ensemble etc.. and ’03 ’04 accepted the special prize,as contribute to the works of Japanese composers.

Especially she has many concerts with the pianist A.Cox(the professor of Vienne music university) from 1998 and with Rasumofsky Quartett(Vienna) from 09′,and  performing the flute pieces among the reading with some actress.

From 95′ she had many concerto with the Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra,the Constanta orchestra Chisinau Phil.in Repblic of Moldva, the Shumen Phil. and the Chamber Orchestra(Varna)

Playd:Mozart, Ibert, HisatadaOtaka, Reinecke, Nielsen, Khachaturian,J.S.Bach,C.P.E.Bach and Bloch.

’12 she had the chamber concerto with the member of the Enescu Phil.at the museum in Bucarest. ’15 She had the trio concerto with Mr.A.Gaydarov at Varna and Sofia.

As she is member of “Flute Ensemble Musica Yokohama”, 2000 ’03 ’05 ’07 ’14  participate the concerto’s tour of “Flute Ensemble Musica Yokohama”, in Czech,Hungary,Germany,Romania,Blugaria etc. She accepts very high estimation to playing Piccolo. ‘

 

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May 31, 2017 /Wednesday/

18.30 hours       Hall “M-Ro G.Atanasov”

Conductor: GRIGOR PALIKAROV

  

Soloists:

                                                          Dimitar Vladimirov, Vasil Vlaikov, Gabriela Kostova and Stefan Markov – waldhorn                                                                                                     

                                                                                          

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Program:

V.A. Mozart – Adagio and String Orchestra Fuse, K.546

R. Schumann – Concerto for piano and orchestra, op.54

R. Schumann – Concert play for four brass and orchestra, op. 86

                V.A. Mozart – Symphony No. 38, K.504

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GRIGOR PALIKAROV

Grigor Palikarov (was born in 1971 in Plovdiv) graduated National High School of Music And Dancing Art “Dobrin Petkov” – Plovdiv. His main major was piano, which he graduated with full scores and golden medal in 1990. After that he achieve a diploma of master degree from The National Musician Academy “Pancho Vladigerov” – Sofia , for the following majors : opera and symphony conducting with prof. C. Kazandjiev and prof. Yves. Vulpe; composition with prof. D. Tapkov, piano – with Prof.. Kr. Taskov and choral conducting with Professor. St. Kralev. He specialised in composition with Professor Erich Urbaner at the Vienna Conservatory, Austria.

His debut on the opera stage was as a student (22 years), when he conducted “Rigoletto” at the opera houses in Pleven and Stara Zagora.

His professional career as a conductor began in Symphony Ensemble of the Bulgarian Army (1995-1997), and from 1997 to 1999 he was a chief conductor of the Ensemble. Meanwhile, he assumed the post of chief conductor and artistic director of the Youth Philharmonic “Pioneer” (1998-2003). He also debuted at the National Opera and Ballet in Sofia in 1998 by conducting a gala concert of Gena Dimitrova. Since 2001 he was appointed as a full-time conductor of the Opera and into the current moment his repertoire includes more than 55 opera and ballet titles. Since the beginning of the 2005/06 season, Mr. Palikarov has also taken the position of General Artistic Manager and Conductor of the Symphony-Operetta Orchestra „ m-ro G. Atanasov” – Pazardzhik.

Mr. Palikarov is often invited as a guest conductor of many orchestras and opera theatres in Bulgaria among: Symphony Orchestra of Bulgarian National Radio, Classic FM Orchestra – Sofia, where he is a permanent conductor for the 2008/09 season, Sofia Philharmonic, Festival Orchestra – Sofia, State Opera in Plovdiv, Burgas, Varna, Ruse and Stara Zagora, Pleven Philharmonic etc. After series of conducting appearances, special place occupy numerous studio recordings of various musical composition with the Symphony Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio, as well as participations in prestigious national and international music festivals such as “Sofia Music Weeks”, “March Music Days” – Rousse, “European Music Festival “- Sofia,”Apollonia “Laureate days” Katya Popova “- Pleven,” Austrian Music Weeks “,” New Bulgarian music “,” Winter Musical Evenings “- Pazardzhik, Festival of Opera and Ballet Art – Stara Zagora , Festival of Contemporary Music – Pula, Croatia, “May Opera Evenings” – Skopje, Macedonia and others.

Mr. Palikarov regularly carried out many tours abroad including countries like Germany, Austria (with Ensemble “New Ton,” Vienna), Belgium (with the National Orchestra of Belgium), France, Italy, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Slovenia (with the National Opera and Ballet-Ljubljana), Switzerland, Taiwan (with Century Orchestra-Taipei), USA (with Opera Circle-Cleveland), Japan, etc. His debut in the USA has been mentioned by the American critics as “one of the most important musical events for year 2009.” For state of Ohio, Krasnoyarsk opera and ballet – Russian Philharmonic “Janacek” – the Czech Republic and others. In October 2014 M-ro Grigor Palikarov has made two concerts with the Orchestra of Classic FM radio in the prestigious Alte Oper (Frankfurt) program of the festival EUROPEAN CULTURAL DAYS, organized by the European Central Bank.

In addition to his work as a conductor, Mr. Palikarov composes music and performs as a piano soloist with different orchestras in Bulgaria, he also teaches musical analysis at the State Academy of Music and Dance Arts-Plovdiv as an Assistant Professor. Some of his works were performed at music festivals and recorded many times.

For its successful appearances as a composer and pianist he has been awarded a number of prestigious national and international awards from the competitions “Svetoslav Obretenov”, “Albert Roussel”, “Music and Earth” and others. Mr. Palikarov is a winner of the prestigious “Crystal Lyre” of UBMD – 2001 and 2012 as well as the award “Golden Pen”.

Within two terms Mr. Palikarov was chairman of the “Mensa” – Bulgaria.

 

 

Dimitar Vladimirov

Born on 16.06.1976 in Pazardzhik. He graduated the “Dobrin Petkov” Secondary School in Plovdiv in the class of Snezhana Georgieva. In 1999, Graduated from Waldhorn with Professor Vladislav Grigorov at “P.Vladigerov” State University – Sofia. In 1996 Varna Summer participated in the master class in Waldhorn of Prof. Hermann Bauman-Germany and in 2000. Graduated from the Summer Academy with Prof. Radovan Vladkovich at the Motcerteum in Salzburg. In 2011, As a part of a quartet is a soloist in the town of Pazardzhik and Sliven in April 2016. Is a soloist of Symphonie – Vidin. Since May 1997. He is the first to be a Wallenhorn at the Symphony Orchestra of Pazardzhik under the command of maestro Grigor Palikarov. From March 2013 Also works in the State Opera – Stara Zagora.

 

 

Vasil Vlaykov

Born on February 4, 1954 in the town of Tryavna. In 1974 he graduated secondary music education at the Nursery School “Dobrin Petkov” in Plovdiv in the Academy of Waltz Academy of Stoyan Karajanov. From 1976 to 1980 he is a student at the National Academy of Music, Pancho Vladigerov “Sofia in the class of Waldhorn Prof. Kiril-Karel Stari and Prof. Vladislav Grigorov. He participated in numerous concerts as a soloist and orchestra in the country and abroad. From 1980 to 1989 he was a lecturer at the Nursery School “Hristina Morfova” in Stara Zagora. In 1989 he was appointed to the State Philharmonic Orchestra of Rousse and a teacher of Waldhorn at the National School of Fine Arts, Prof.Pencho Stoyanov, Rousse. Currently he is a soloist leader of a Waldhorn band at the State Opera in Ruse. He participated as a soloist with Chamber Orchestra – Dobrich, Razgrad Philharmonic and Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Gabriela Kostova

Born in Pleven, she graduated from the Secondary School of Fine Arts in Pleven in 1997. In the class of Vladimir Krumov. Then she was accepted at NMA ” Pro. Pancho Vladigerov “city of Sofia. In 2001, Graduated bachelor’s degree in walthorna with Associate Professor Stefan Kanchev, and in 2002, And a master’s degree with Prof. Vladislav Grigorov. She participated in a master class at the Walthorne at Frank Lloyd in Varna. Since 2006 Is a soloist-orchestra to SOD “Maestro Georgi Atanasov” in the town of Pazardzhik. She has performed in orchestras such as: AMM Academy Symphony Orchestra, Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, New Symphony Orchestra, Sofia Wind Orchestra, Pleven Philharmonic Orchestra, Vratsa Philharmonic Orchestra, Vidin Philharmonic Orchestra, Sliven Symphony Orchestra.He has many tours abroad in countries such as Germany, Austria, Norway, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Scotland, Jordan, Greece, South Korea, Switzerland, Denmark, Holland.

 

Stefan Markov

Stefan Markov was born in 1957. In the village of Vetren dol area of ​​Pazardzhik. From 1971 to 1976, Is a student at Stoyan Karaivanov Secondary Music School in Plovdiv from the class of Valdhorn. In 1978, Was accepted at the Bulgarian State Conservatory with Prof. Karel-Starry and Vladislav Grigorov. After graduation he worked at the Symphony Orchestra – Sliven, and since 1986 he has been a bald vocalist at the “Maestro Georgi Atanasov” Symphony Operetta, Pazardzhik.

 

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