Anders Miolin

Anders Miolin

10 juin 2018 dès 10h | entrée libre

Anders Miolin

The art of Anders Miolin is an imaginative abundance of iridiscent colours and forms. Anders’ compositions are inspired by the structures of nature.

His interpretation of the classical repertoire is fresh and innovative, relating the music of the past times to the present day person’s perspective. The human emotions expressed in the music are timeless, and are still as actual in the 21st century as when they were composed.

The highly distinguished artistry of Anders Miolin is characterized by a unique instrument, unique programs and a unique sound. Regarded as one of today’s most creative and versatile guitarists his concerts, recordings and masterclasses receive highest acclaim internationally.

Carrying forward and developing tradition, Anders Miolin is a cosmopolitan in styles – his programs span from baroque to contemporary. As composer, Miolin creates unique, exciting and timeless soundscapes beyond conventional styles and clichés.

Anders Miolin is the world’s leading exponent of the “Chiavi-Miolin” classical 12-string guitar ΔΩΔΕΚΑ and professor at the Zürich University of the Arts.


Récital sur les instruments exposés … à 14h :

Jure_Cerkovnik_10_webJure Cerkovnik

Jure Cerkovnik (Slovenia, 1990) is a young Slovenian classical guitarist. He graduated in 2013 from Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna (Austria), where he studied in the class of prof. Alvaro Pierri. After master degree in 2015 he proceeded with his second master at Hochschule der Künste in Zürich in the class of prof. Anders Miolin. Since 2016 he has worked as an assistant at the same academy. Jure participated on many national and international music competitions and won 17 first, second and special prizes.

He performed throughout Europe in Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. He participated on various festivals such as Forum Wien, Zagreb Guitar Festival, Zurich Guitar Days, Lucerne Guitar Festival, Vienna Guitar Festival, Postojna Guitar Week, Sarajevo International Guitar Festival, Acerra Guitar Meeting, where he regularly teaches on guitar masterclasses. In February 2017 he had his solo debut in renowned Konzerthaus in Vienna. Jure also performed in Arnold Schoenberg Centre Wien, Ehrbar Saal in Vienna, National theatre in Sarajevo, Slovenian Philharmony, castle Werdenberg. 

Music critics on several occasions recognized the quality and value of his performances, on one occasion described as follows: “Cerkovnik showed that, although he is still young, he is capable of creating a profound, narrative interpretation of classical music inwrought with multitude of various emotions.” (Tomaž Gržeta, MMC)

Jure has also performed as a soloist with several orchestras, Symphonic orchestra Simfonika from Vrhnika (Slovenia), and Sarajevo philharmonic orchestra under the baton of Austrian conductor Ralph Kircher. Recently, he recorded his first CD Palettes, which was released in December 2017 under the Baros Records label featuring works of Ponce, Ourkouzounov, Rebay and Bogdanović.

  • J.S. Bach: Suite a-moll für Laute, BWV 995
    Gavotte I
    Gavotte II en Rondeaux
  • Ferdinand Rebay: Sonate in a-moll
    Gut bewegt
    Ruhig und zart
    Lustig bewegt
  • Alexandre Tansman: Cavatina
    Danza Pomposa

… à 16h :

l’Ensemble Serenata de Bulle

Guitares – Mandolines – Mandole

L’originalité du groupe réside dans l’interprétation de musiques écrites spécifiquement pour ensembles à plectre. 

Fondé en 1902, l’Ensemble Serenata de Bulle est composé d’une douzaine de musiciennes et musiciens amateurs, venant d’un peu partout en Suisse romande, et même du Saanenland. L’originalité de cet orchestre est qu’il associe des instruments peu utilisés en groupe, tels que la mandoline et la guitare. Sa musique couvre pratiquement toutes les époques et tous les styles (baroque, populaire, folklore de différents pays). 

L’ensemble est dirigé depuis 1995 par Danielle Meyer, mandoliniste virtuose, qui a étudié à la Schola cantorum de Paris. En fait, l’orchestre se produit la plupart du temps sans direction, puisque 

Danielle Meyer joue avec l’ensemble en tenant la partie de première mandoline.

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