From July 10th to 15th

Teachers: Vladislav Bronevetzky, Gennady Dzubenko, Óscar Martín

Enrolment: 75€ + Piano course: 250€
Enrolment: 75€ + Chamber music course: 200€
Enrolment: 75€ + Chamber music and piano course: 400€
Enrolment: 75€ + Piano and piano course: 400€

The piano course has been restored within the Year Albéniz in all aspects, namely; piano solo, piano and chamber music, as well as to accompany soloists (singers and win or string instruments). The piano lessons are made by specialists at international level: Gennady Dzubenko, concert pianist, piano’s teacher and chamber music’s head of department at the Conservatory Municipal Isaac Albéniz in Girona and piano teacher at the School of Musical Art “Luthier” in Barcelona, and Vladislav Bronevetzky, the piano teacher at the “Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya “ESMUC” y Rena Cheung Phua concert pianist and teacher, professor at NAFA (Singapur) .

This year the course offers a grant and a diploma for the preparation and interpretation of an Albéniz’s work programme.

Students are advised to bring in their own book rest / music stand plus a copy of the music sheet. Student should indicate upon registration the music play they wish to perform.

The course will end with a concert by the students of the XXX Isaac Albéniz festival.

Vladislav Bronevetzky   Vladislav Bronevetzky

Born in Vladivostok (Russia), V. Bronevetzky began his musical studies in the Central Music School in Moscow. During that years in which he was studying, he began his concert activity, performing several recitals as well as piano concertos with well-known orchestras (“Nijny-Novgorod Philharmonic Orchestra”, “Minsk Philharmonic Orchestra”,…) in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Saratov, Minsk, Volgograd, Omsk, … Subsequently, pursued his musical education in the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, with the well-known pianist Elisso Wirsaladze. During this period he performed in several tours in Germany (“Schauspielhaus-Berlín (with the “Berliner Rundfunk Symphonieorchester”), Leipzig, Dresden, Zwickau,..). He received the Special Tchaikovsky Grant to the best student, awarded by the Conservatory, and also other rewards (“Robert Schumann International Competition” in Zwickau-Germany).

V. Bronevetzky carries out a substantial concerts activity, acknowledged for the subtlety of his interpretation and for his refined technic. He performed in numerous concert tours and he took part in several international music festivals and concert cycles, playing as soloist with orchestra, recitals and as a chamber pianist (performing next to well-known artists, as the cellist Natalia Gutman, the soprano Annick Massis,…) in Russia, Germany, Holland, Finland, Georgia, Bielorrusia, Austria, Italy, Japan, U.S.A., Andorra and Spain (Auditorio Nacional-Madrid, Palau de la Música Catalana-Barcelona, Gran Teatre del Liceu-Barcelona, Palacio de Festivales de Santander,…). His repertoire is assorted and wide, including works of several styles and periods.

Parallel to his activity of performer, he was member of the panel in some national piano competitions in his country. From 1991 to 1996 he developed his pedagogical task as Piano Teacher in the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow and in several master-courses abroad. Many of his students have been rewarded with several prizes in the most well-known international piano competitions. Actually he works as Piano Professor in the “High School of Music of Catalonia” (ESMUC-Barcelona).

gennady-dzubenko-profesor-piano-barcelona-mejor Gennady Dzuybenko

Graduated from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory under prof.Michail Mezlumov,Lev Vlassenko and Mikhail Pletnev, Gennady Dzubenko entered headily into a concert life. In collaboration with national and international concert agencies he performs as a soloist and as a participant of different chamber groups. Among them are the internationally famous Romantic Trio, Trio Mediterrani, Piano Duo with composer and pianist Walter Civitareale (Luxembourg), Duo with Spanish flute – player Jordi Palau, Piano Duo with spanish pianist Joan Amils etc. The geography of his numerous concert tours is extensive enough: Germany, France, Spain, USA, Australia, Japan, Luxembourg, Portugal, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Lietuva.
From 2001 Gennady Dzubenko combines concert activity with a professorship : as a Dean of Piano department in Music Academy name after A.Shnittke in Moscow (Russia), as a professor of International courses of interpretation “De Musica de Ripoll” (Spain), “Isaac Albeniz” in Camprodon (Spain), Cours Internacional “Felipp Pedrell” Tortosa ,”Curs de la Musica de Vic” etc.
Actually he is a professor of piano at the Conservatory Issac Albeniz in Girona and professor of piano at the Academy of Arts musical “LUTHIER” in Barcelona (Spain).

Gennady Dzubenko is a director of International Music Festival and artistic director of International music cours Isaac Albeniz, Camprodon, Spain.

Oscar Martin

Óscar Martín
The Spanish pianist Óscar Martín began his studies at the “Conservatorio Superior de Música” of Seville, where he studied with Professors José Antonio Coso and Ana Guijarro. He then moved to musical centres like “Musikhochschule Freiburg” (Germany), “Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía” in Madrid (Spain) and “Conservatorium van Amsterdam” (Netherlands), receiving classes from Professors Tibor Szàsz, Vitali Berzon, Dimitri Bashkirov, Galina Eguiazarova and Jan Wijn . He has been given advice by renowned musicians of the national and international scene such as Almudena Cano, Elza Kolodin, Philippe Entremont and Daniel Barenboim, among others. He has been honoured in Piano and Chamber Music Competitions, and has performed in venues such as the “Auditorio Nacional de Música” in Madrid, “Auditorio Manuel de Falla” in Granada, “Sociedad Filarmónica” in Bilbao, “Teatro de la Maestranza” in Sevilla, Auditorio “Alfredo Kraus” in Gran Canaria… and in countries like France, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Holland, Belgium, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic, Japan, China, Venezuela and USA, in international venues like the “Cleveland Institute of Music” (USA), “Mozarteum” in Salzburg, “Spielhaus Winterthur” (Switzerland), “Teatro Teresa Carreño” in Caracas, “Palais de Beaux Arts” in Brussels or the concert hall of the “University Chopin” in Warsaw (Poland), where he made his debut playing “Suite Iberia” by Isaac Albéniz. Some of his recitals have been recorded by radio and tv channels such us TVE and RNE (Spain), Radio Vltava (Czech Republic) or WCLV in Ohio (USA). He has performed as a soloist with orchestras such as “Orquesta Ciudad de Málaga”, “Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla”, “Zahir Ensemble” (playing the Piano Concerto by G. Ligeti in several music festivals), “Joven Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar”, … with conductors like Peter Gülke, Pedro Halffter, Ruben Gimeno, Juan García, Juan Rodríguez Romero, György Ràth, Santiago Serrate, Pablo Mielgo, James Ross, Josep Vicent, Manuel Hernández Silva, and Günter Neuhold (playing the second Piano Concerto by Bela Bartok with orchestra “Oviedo Filarmonía” at “Auditorio Príncipe Felipe”, reaping considerable success amongst the audience and critics). Also noteworthy is his chamber music activity, highlighting his recordings of music by José M. Sánchez Verdú and Arnold Schoenberg, published by Verso and Naxos labels respectively, and the recording, for “Musical Documentation Centre of Andalusia”, of the CD “Manuel Castillo. Works for cello and piano. Trios 1 and 2″. It is also worth mentioning the publication of his recording of the complete “Suite Iberia” by Isaac Albéniz, with the collaboration of Lindoro label.
He currently combines his concert work with teaching at the Music Conservatory “Manuel Castillo” in Seville.