From 8 to 13 of July 2019
Piano Course: 250€
Chamber Music : 200€
Piano Course and Chamber Music: 400€
Deadline of inscription is July 8.
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, Piano Duo “ GUELAR” Dzubenko-Loginova with Larisa Loginova (piano) 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 International “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 School of musical Arts “LUTHIER” in Barcelona (Spain).
The pianist records regularly for CDs and radio and TV transmissions. His discography includes: three solo CD,s “Russian Music of Art Nouveau”,”Liszt,Mussorgsky,Prokofiev’ (RCD D 30107 2001), “P.Tchaikowsky” (RCD 2002), with spanish pianist Joan Amils – “Music by Isaac Albeniz” ( ARS HARMONICA 2000.), CD “Duo Palau-Dzubenko”(RCD 30 307) and three CDs with Romantic Trio.
First two of the Romantic Trio CDs have had an excellent reviews in musical magazines: Diapason (Paris, France), Sept. 1995, and The Strad (London, UK), Dec. 1995 and Oct. 1996.
As ajudicator he regulaly participates in international piano competitions: International “Gina Bachauer Piano Competition” (Salt Lake City 2004,2010, 2018 USA), “Eugenie Berdet International piano competition”(2011,2012,2014, Barcelona,Spain), “Florestano Rossomandi International piano competition” (Foggia, 2007,Italy), Eastmann School Piano Competition (Rochester,2012,USA), Singapore piano Competition (2013), 2nd Steinway Youth Piano Competition(Singapore, 2014).
Gennady Dzubenko is a director of International Music Festival and artistic director of International music cours Isaac Albeniz, Camprodon, Spain.
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 famous pianist Elisso Virsaladze. 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).
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, 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 assistant of Elisso Virsaladze in the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow and in several master-courses abroad. Actually he works as Piano Professor in the “High School of Music of Catalonia” (ESMUC-Barcelona).
Rafael Salinas was born in Valencia in 1971. He studied psychology and music in the University and piano with Adolfo Bueso. Later, he continued his post-graduate studies in the Saint-Petersburg Conservatory (Russia). There, he became a Doctor in Art Sciences (Ph. D.) and Doctor in Musical Arts (D.M.A) under the direction of Leonid Sintsev and Dr. Leonid Gákkel.
Especially interested in the pedagogy he studied the methodologies of Russian piano school analyzing specific materials published in the second half of the twentieth century. These experiences directed him to pursue the subject of highly gifted in music, meet other systems and institutions (such as the Purcell School of London or Barratt Due Akademy in Oslo) and participate in international conferences devoted to this subject. He was a member of the European Council for High Ability. Nowadays he is advising various programs on detection, evaluation and development of high ability.
Rafael Salinas has been a member of jury in different international competitions and has given master-classes and teacher training courses in various European countries. Also, his students have been awarded in international competitions. Currently he teaches Theory of Musical Performance and Piano at the Superior School of Music of Catalonia (www.esmuc.cat). He is also a assistant professor at the Valencian International University (www.viu.es). He has been director of the Sant Gregori School of Music in Barcelona and also head of academical studies in ESMUC.