Czech Music Evening
Ludmila Pavlovà (violin, Czech), Stanislav Gallin (piano, Czech)
Tallinn Town Hall, 27th of October at 7 PM, Programme: Smetana, Dvořák, Janáček, Martinů
Young duo from Prague performing the works of Czech composers
Ludmila Pavlová started to play the violin when she was four years old. She won many of her first awards from reputed Czech violinist competitions. When she was 13 years old she made her debut with composer Antonín Dvořák’s great-grandchild, a violin virtuoso Josef Suk, in the most famous concert house Rudolfinum in Prague as a part of the concert series “Josef Suk Presents Young Talents”. That was followed by a number of solo performances with different Czech youth orchestras and the Prague Symphony Orchestra. In 2014 she won the 1st Prize of the Václav Hudeček Academy for which she received a violin made by a violin craftsman and a contract to take part of the Václav Hudeček tour. Ludmila studied in the Prague Music Academy under the guidance of Ivan Štraus and Pavel Šporcl and in the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna under the guidance of Jan Pospíchal. She also took part of master courses with Anne-Sophie Mutter, Charles Avsharian, Robert Davidovici, Zdeněk Gola and Ivan Ženatý.
The young violinist has a wide repertory from Baroque to Contemporary music including the full violin concert of Antonín Dvořák. Ludmila Pavlová has performed as a soloist in Czech, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Austria and Belgium. This season she has taken part of projects with the Festival Orchestra and Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra with whom she performed Jean Sibelius Violin Concert in D minor. She performed with the conductor Jack Martin Händler at the concert dedicated to the 100thbirthday of Yehudi Menuhin.
Stanislav Gallin is an assistant professor at the Prague Music Academy. He studied in Saint Petersburg Conservatory under the guidance of Vladimir Mishouk. He continued his studies in the Prague Music Academy under the guidance of Peter Toperzer and graduated from the school in 2007 performing Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto in Rudolfinum in Prague. In 2012 he finished his postgraduate studies at the University of Performing Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia.
His numerous musical achievements include 1st Prize at the piano concert in Nersingen (Germany) and 1st Prize at the Prague Junior Note. Ha has also taken part of Mozarteum study program in Salzburg, where his teacher was Peter Lang. Stanislav Gallin has worked with Lazar Berman, Eugen Indjic, Avo Kouyoumdjian, Pierre Jasmin and others while taking part of international master courses. He has performed as a soloist with many European orchestras and he has been a sought-after chamber musician on many stages in Europe, USA and Africa.
In cooperation with the Czech Embassy in Estonia
Bedřich Smetana – Two duos „From my Homeland“
Antonín Dvořák – Mazurek for violin and piano
Leoš Janáček – Sonata for violin and piano
Bohuslav Martinů – Sonata for violin and piano No. 3, H. 303
27.10.2016, 19:00 - 20:15
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