19. Mar, 2017

Kammermusikmeisterkurs Zur Vorbereitung auf den 2. Internationalen Beethoven Kammermusikwettbewerb

Really unexpected, surprising, beautiful and even musically historical (I think or I'm sure) opportunity came to me suddenly from Berlin that I could attend Violin Masterclass by Professor Tomasz Tomaszewski at UdK (Universität der Künste) Berlin instead of Blackmore's Berlins Musikzimmer of Hohenzollerndamm for this time, during entire week (13 - 19 March 2017).

Professor Tomaszewski gave me 5 violin lessons entirely at Carl Flesch Saal (stringer hall) of UdK and the Abschlusskonzert (Cloture Concert) for Violin and Chamber Music had been held also at Carl Flesch Saal today at 19 March 2017. Here are the programs ;

 

Abschlusskonzert des Kammermusikmeisterkurs Zur Vorbereitung auf den 2. Internationalen Beethoven Kammermumsikwettbewerb (19 March 2017, Carl Flesch Saal of UdK / Universität der Künste, Berlin Germany)

 

Niccolò Paganini ; Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major Op. 6, 2nd (Adagio) and 3rd (Rondo) Mvts.

 

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku, Violin

Sergej Filioglo, Piano Accompaniment

 

Kammermusikmeisterkurs Zur Vorbereitung auf den 2. Internationalen Beethoven Kammermusikwettbewerb / Violin Masterclass by Professor Tomasz Tomaszewski (13 - 19 March 2017, UdK / Universität der Künste - Carl Flesch Saal, Berlin Germany)

 

Niccolò Paganini ; Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major Op. 6

Johann Sebastian Bach ; Partita No. 2 in d minor BWV1004 (whole movements including Ciaconna / Chaconne)

 

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku, Violin

Sergej Filioglo, Piano Accompaniment (for Paganini)

 

 

Since after giving All Saints Anglican Cathedral Concert on 11 December 2016, I always want to develop my interpretations and the realizations (including technical methods in each concepts) especially for Partita by Johann Sebastian Bach and Concerto No. 1 by Niccolò Paganini, at the same time of organizing my concert program in this year. Although I already played them before, I wonder how I could work them entirely and Professor Tomaszewski gave me lots of intensive and very efficient and powerful advices in each detail, by each passage, by each note mostly (not roughly at all !!!!). And what's more, how could I play the Violin Concerto by Paganini, ganz viel leichter und einfacher, ab sofort... !!!!!!

As Professor Tomaszewski told me to play Paganini as well as yesterday's rehearsal, I really respected all of his advices during 5 of his violin lessons and practiced as careful as possible. There, I never played from force of (bad) habit because the new given comfort for playing the violin also gave me certain and intensive concentrations. Those and the immediate results never betrayed me during my concert on today at Carl Flesch Saal. There, I was also enjoying listening this really high level concert ; other participants performers for both solo violin program and chamber music program before and after playing Violin Concerto by Niccolò Paganini and obtaining Masterclass Diploma by Professor Tomaszewski. Pianist Sergej accompanied me (for Paganini) also there, nicely.