70 godina postojanja skole

   U ponedeljak, 24. aprila, u okviru projekta "Music for peace", našu školu će posetiti umetnici iz Rusije: Marija Nemcova (Maria Nemtsova) – pijanistkinja, Vitali Vatulja (Vitaly Vatulya) – saksofonista, Jevgeni Rumjantsev (Evgeny Rumyantsev) – violončelista i Atrjom Šiškov (Artiom Shishkov) – violinista.

Radeći sa učenicima osnovne i srednje muzičke škole, pomenuti umetnici održaće masterklas radionice (od 10:00 do 13:00), a nakon toga, u 16:00, prirediće koncert u Svečanoj sali.




Program koncerta:

G. Handel – The arrival of the queen of Sheba (tutti) 

N. Resanovic – Trio for violin, saxophone and piano in 3 movements (Artiom Shishkov, violin, Vitaly Vatulya, saxophone, Maria Nemtsova, piano)

G. Cramb – Sonata for cello solo (Evgeny Rumyantsev, cello)

G.Handel – Passacaglia for violin an cello (Artiom Shishkov, violin, Evgeny Rumyantsev, cello)

M.Ravel – "Tsygane" (Artiom Shishkov, violin, Maria Nemtsova, piano)

T. Yoshimatsu – "Cyber Bird concerto" for saxophone and piano (Vitaly Vatulya, saxophone, Maria Nemtsova, piano)

W. Rabl – Quartet (tutti)


Ulaz na koncert je slobodan!


Maria Nemtsova – piano

   Maria Nemtsova was born in Moscow, Russia in 1984 and began playing the piano at the age of five. By the age of 6 Maria won her first piano competition. She later went on to attend the Chopin Music School studying with Galina Esman, and taking part in the televised competition "Young Musicians of Moscow" (1997). In 1998 Maria Nemtsova was accepted into the competitive Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory Academic College. Whilst at the College, Maria participated in many festivals and gave concerts in Russia, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and USA. She was accepted into the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory after the graduating from the Music College with distinction in 2002. It was at the Moscow Conservatory that Maria studied with the renowned pianist and teacher Prof. Yuri Slessarev from where she graduated in 2007 with honors. Maria successfully completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Music Performance (graduating with Distinction) at the Royal College of Music (RCM) in London where she studied with Professor Dmitry Alexeev. In 2008 Maria was accepted at the prestigious Accademia Pianistica (Imola, Italy) where she studied with Maestro L.N.Margarius. In 2012 Maria successfully completed her Artist Diploma in Italy and MMus programme at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, where she got a full scholarship and a Derek Butler Award, resulting in a performance at Wigmore Hall in May 2011. In London she was studying with the Professor Deniz Gelenbe. After the performance at the Isabelle Bond Gold Medal Showcase In January 2012 Maria won the Gold Medal, the most prestigious prize at Trinity Laban conservatoire.

Maria has been a prizewinner of numerous international piano competitions including Russia, Italy, Austria and USA. She received First Prizes for her outstanding performances at “Musica di Riccione” in Italy, “P. Serebryakov International Piano competition” in Russia, Fort Worth Concerto competition in USA. In 2013 she has got the third prize at the “Rosario Marciano International Piano competition” in Vienna, Austria. In addition to her solo achievements Maria got the first prize at the International Chamber Music competition «Marco Fiorindo» in Italy in 2015 with her «VitaDuo» ensemble.

 Maria was the William Smith International Performance Scholar between 2007-09.  During her studies at the RCM Maria gave a number of solo and chamber recitals throughout the UK, Germany, Italy, Tunisia, Mongolia and USA, one of which was the Duke of Edinburgh`s Award International Gala Concert at the RCM in the presence of HRH The Earl of Wessex.

In March 2010, Maria gave her solo debut at the Carnegie Hall in New York City.

 She has also participated in International Festivals in Italy, UK, USA, Poland, Russia and other countries. Maria collaborated with Pavel Nersesyan (piano, Russia/USA), Jean-Denis Michat (saxophone, France), Artiom Shishkov (violin, Belorussia), Alexander Ram (cello, Russia/Lithunia), Jean Ives Fourmeau (saxophone, France) and many others.

Maria has performed at major venues around the world including Carnegie Weil Recital Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall, Kings Place and Steinway Hall in London, Boesendorfer Hall and Ehrbar-Saal in Vienna, National Center of Performing Arts in Beijing and Shanghai Oriental Arts Center in China, Great Hall of Moscow conservatoire, International House of Music in Moscow, and many others.

Maria is a founder of the charitable project “Music – for peace” (www.music-peace.com) which includes concerts and master-classes for young musicians who live in today`s conflict zones. Within the project Maria went to perform to more than twenty countries including Kosovo, Israel, Georgia, Armenia, Tunisia and others.

In addition to her solo CDs, which includes works commissioned for her by Giorgi Janiashvili, she has recorded with the saxophonist Vitaly Vatulya and the famous opera singer Dmitry Stepanovich.


   Artiom Shishkov – violin

The laureate of 15 International Competitions, among them:

II International Leopold Auer Competition (Russia, 2014, I prize)

III Yankelevitch International Violin Competition (Russia, 2013, I prize)

The Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition (Brussels, 2012, VI prize)

International Max Rostal Competition (Berlin, 2012, III prize)

I International Violin Competition “Torun 2007″ K. Shymanovsky in memorium (Poland, 2007, II prize)

XIII International Brahms Competition (Austria, 2006, II prize)

and many other musical competitions in Austria, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus


Award from the Vladimir Spivakov Fund

Award from the “New Names” Fund (his name is in the “Golden Book” of the Fund)

Award from the “Russian Performing Arts” Fund

Laureate of the Special Fund of the President of the Republic of Belarus

He has participated in various International Festivals, including:

Menuhin Gstaad Festival (Switzerland)

Klara Festival (Belgium)

Swiss Music Festival (Switzerland)

GAIA Chamber Music Festival (Switzerland)

Musica Mundi Festival (Belgium)

Festival ete Mosan (Belgium)

Podium Festival (Germany)

Arte Amanti Chamber Music Festival (Belgium)

International Juri Bashmet Festival (Belarus)

International “Art-November” Arts Festival (Russia)

Violinist Artiom Shishkov works with such orchestras as: The Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, The National Orchestra of Belgium, The National Philharmonic of Russia, State Chamber Orchestra "Moskovia", Moscow Chamber Orchestra, The Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio “Amadeus”, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, State Symphony and Chamber Orchestras of the Republic of Belarus.

His conductor collaborations include such distinguished names as: Eduard Grach, Agnieszka Duczmal, Augustin Dumay, Michael Hofstetter, Vladimir Spivakov, Gints Glinka, Aleksandr Anissimov, Misha Katz, Valentin Uryupin, Alexander Sladkovsky, Claudio Vandelli, Konstantin Orbelian, Gilbert Varga, Vladimir Ponkin.

Artiom has performed alongside such artists as: Sviatoslav Moroz, Jérôme Pernoo, Aiman Mussakhajayeva, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Andrey Baranov, Maxim Fedotov, Leonid Kerbel, Jérôme Ducros.

Artiom Shishkov born in Minsk in 1984 and started to play violin at the age of five with Janna Kutchinskaya as his teacher and successfully debuted as a soloist with orchestra in the Belarus State Philharmony when he was only eight. From 1994 till 2002 he studied at the Republic Music College and later at the Belarus State Academy of Music with Eduard Kutchinsky. In 2010-2012 he studied as a postgraduate student at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts with Dora Schwarzberg.

Dedicated chamber musician, Artiom is the first violin of the “Lipkind Quartet” under the leadership of one of the world’s leading cellists Gavriel Lipkind.

Artiom Shishkov performs a lot both as soloist and chamber musician and combining his intense concert life with teaching and giving master-classes.


   Evgeny Rumyantsevvioloncello

One of the most brilliant and charismatic young Russian musicians, Evgeny Rumyantsev combines brilliant virtuosity and depth of interpretation with an exciting temperament and unique cello sound. Having an outstanding artistic versatility he successfully performs as a soloist and as a chamber musician. His talent has been highly marked by Mstislav Rostropovich at the open masterclasses in the Moscow Conservatory.

Born in 1984 in Moscow Evgeny Rumyantsev started studying music at the age of 8 and received his musical education at the Central Music School under the Moscow Conservatory. In 2002-2010 he studied in the Moscow Conservatory with the People's Artist of USSR, professor Natalie Shakhovskaya. Evgeny obtained scholarships and took part in programmes organised by the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation, the Rostropovich Foundation (Nikolai Myaskovsky's scholarship) and the "Russian Performing Art" foundation. He has received solo and chamber music masterclasses with Mstislav Rostropovich, David Geringas, Eberhard Finke, Sergey Roldugin.

Evgeny Rumyantsev is a laureate of the XIII International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow 2007) and winner of the Khachaturian International Cello Competition (Yerevan 2010).

Evgeny Rumyantsev has an active concert schedule. He played all around Russia, the CIS, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Lithuania, Finland, Israel, Tunisia, Algeria, Japan and South Korea. He is a permanent participant of numerous international festivals.

Since 2010 he teaches in the Moscow State Conservatory and regularly gives masterclasses in Russia and abroad. Evgeny is a member of the jury in numerous international music competitions. Member of the Association of Tchaikovsky Competition Stars and the International Union of Music Professionals.

His repertoire features the majority of chamber music and solo parts for cello. He has recordings on CD, TV and Radio.


   Vitaly Vatulya – saxophone

Vitaly Vatulya is one of the most outstanding young saxophonists of Russia. He was born in Moscow in 1987. Vitaly started his music education at the age of 7, and at the age of 13 he won a national contest called ‘Young Virtuoso’ in Simferopol, Ukraine. Later Vitaly Vatulya won various awards at ‘Young saxophonist’ European Contest (Gap, France), ‘Classical Heritage’ International Competition (Moscow, Russia), and the International Competition for Wind Instruments (Togliatti, Russia).

In 2003-2005 Vitaly Vatulya was training at the European University of Saxophone in Gap. He took classes with leading professors, including Claude Delangle, Vincent David, Christian Wirth (France), Arno Bornkamp (Netherlands), Fabrizio Mancuso (Italy). In 2005 Vitaly won the Grand Prix at the International Competition ‘Art of the 21st Century’ in Kiev (Ukraine). After graduating the College of Music at A. Schnittke Moscow State Institute of Music (the class of Professor Yury Vorontsov) and Gnessin Russian Academy of Music (the class of Professor Margarita Shaposhnikova) Vitaly entered the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (The class of the Arno Bornkamp) in 2015. He has participated in master classes of distinguished artists such as Jean-Denis Michat and Jean-Yves Fourmeau (France), Jörgen Pettersson (Sweden), Johannes Ernst (Germany), Nobuya Sugawa (Japan), Kenneth Tse and Frederick Hemke (USA).

In 2010 Vitaly Vatulya won the ‘River of Talents’ Music Competition, organized by the St. Petersburg House of Music, and SaxArte International Festival (Cetara, Italy). In 2011 he graduated from the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, won a prize at the Moscow International Saxophone Competition called ‘The Voice of Saxophone in the Modern World’ and got a gold medal at ‘Delphic Play’, the 10th All-Russian Contest in Russia.

In 2015 Vitaly Vatulya has won the First prize at the international saxophone competition 'Marco Fiorindo' in Italy. Additionally he won the First prize in the chamber music category, together with pianist Maria Nemtsova, with whom he has formed VitaDuo.

In 2016 Vitaly became a Prize-winner of the 8th International Saxophone Competition in Nova Gorica (Slovenia).

Vitaly Vatulya performs as a soloist and an ensemble player, gives concerts in Russia and abroad. He is a founder of the Symbol Saxophone Quartet and performs with the leading Russian orchestras, including the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Orchestra, St. Petersburg State Capella Symphony Orchestra and others. Vitaly is a regular performer at the St. Petersburg House of Music.

In 2005 Vitaly also started an active teaching career. His students regularly become winners of international competitions and festivals. Vitaly’s performances can often be heard on the Russian and Ukrainian radio and TV. Since  2007 the saxophonist released three CDs, where he performed the works by Hindemith, Debussy, Franck, Mendelssohn, Borne etc.. Vitaly Vatulya regularly takes part in various festivals in France, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Israel and others. Vitaly is also one of the authors and initiators of the ‘Music for Peace’ international charity project (www.music-peace.com).

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