25
Jun

Pianoforte Trio

Programme to be announced.

Klara Flieder was born into a Viennese musical family.  She commenced her studies at the Vienna Conservatory with Grete Biedermann, graduating with distinction.  She furthered postgraduate studies in Paris with Christian Ferras and in Brussels with Arthur Grumiaux.  Master classes have seen her performing for Henryk Szeryng, Nathan Milstein, and Augustin Dumay.  Klara has performed extensively across Europe, both in her capacity as soloist as well as in chamber formations.  She has participated in Festivals and has played in such prestigious venues as the Musikverein and Konzerthaus, Vienna, the Philharmonie, Berlin, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, and the South Bank Centre, London.  She is a long-standing member of the Flieder Trio and also a member of the ‘Leschetizky’ Trio Vienna.  She has recorded for EMI, Dabringhaus & Grimm, Extraplatte, and Preiser Records.  She has regularly taught at Universities in Vienna and Graz, and is very much in demand for master classes all over Europe and the U.S.A.  In 2005 Klara was appointed Professor of Violin at the famous Mozarterum, Salzburg.

Christophe Pantillon was born in Neuchâtel into a Swiss-American family of musicians. He started playing the violoncello with J.P. Guy and Elena Botez before continuing his studies with Heinrich Schiff at the Music Academy, Basel, with Valentin Erben at the Vienna Music University, and with Ralph Kirshbaum at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. In 1998 he founded the Aron Quartet, quartet-in-residence at the Arnold Schönberg Centre. He is also principal cellist of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra and a member of the ‘Leschetizky’ Trio Vienna. Christophe has performed extensively, most notably at the Musikverein and Konzerthaus, Vienna, Mozarteum, Salzburg, Carnegie Hall, New York, Wigmore Hall, London, Library of Congress, Washington, Casals Hall and Oji Hall, Tokyo, Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow, Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, and many more.  Famous Festivals he has participated in include the Yehudi Menuhin, Gstaad, Festival de Radio France, Montpellier, Festival International de Quatuors à Cordes du Lubéron, among others. 

Biliana Tzinlikova hails from Sofia, Bulgaria.  She started her Pianoforte studies at the State Music Academy in her native city, progressing to advanced study at the famous Mozarteum, Salzburg, obtaining a distinction in her final exams in 2001.  She has attended numerous master classes, most notably with Paul van Ness, Arndzej Jaszinsky, Pierre Amoyal, and others.  She has been particularly influenced by her professional collaboration with Ruggiero Ricci and Ferenz Rados.  Biliana’s versatility comes out both in her brilliance as a soloist and in her excellence as a chamber music performer.  In the latter capacity, she has collaborated with world-class musicians, most notably, Thomas Riebl, Ulf Schneider, Stephan Ricard, Patrick Demenga, Gustav Rivinius, Esther Hoppe, and others.  She has participated in Festivals all over Europe and the U.S.A., and has been a member of the prestigious Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Trio.  She debuted at the Vienna Konzerthaus in 2004, and is very interested in finding new approaches to different compositions, both past and contemporary.  She currently teaches at the legendary Mozarteum, Salzburg.

Klara Flieder was born into a Viennese musical family.  She commenced her studies at the Vienna Conservatory with Grete Biedermann, graduating with distinction.  She furthered postgraduate studies in Paris with Christian Ferras and in Brussels with Arthur Grumiaux.  Master classes have seen her performing for Henryk Szeryng, Nathan Milstein, and Augustin Dumay.  Klara has performed extensively across Europe, both in her capacity as soloist as well as in chamber formations.  She has participated in Festivals and has played in such prestigious venues as the Musikverein and Konzerthaus, Vienna, the Philharmonie, Berlin, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, and the South Bank Centre, London.  She is a long-standing member of the Flieder Trio and also a member of the ‘Leschetizky’ Trio Vienna.  She has recorded for EMI, Dabringhaus & Grimm, Extraplatte, and Preiser Records.  She has regularly taught at Universities in Vienna and Graz, and is very much in demand for master classes all over Europe and the U.S.A.  In 2005 Klara was appointed Professor of Violin at the famous Mozarterum, Salzburg.

Christophe Pantillon was born in Neuchâtel into a Swiss-American family of musicians. He started playing the violoncello with J.P. Guy and Elena Botez before continuing his studies with Heinrich Schiff at the Music Academy, Basel, with Valentin Erben at the Vienna Music University, and with Ralph Kirshbaum at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. In 1998 he founded the Aron Quartet, quartet-in-residence at the Arnold Schönberg Centre. He is also principal cellist of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra and a member of the ‘Leschetizky’ Trio Vienna. Christophe has performed extensively, most notably at the Musikverein and Konzerthaus, Vienna, Mozarteum, Salzburg, Carnegie Hall, New York, Wigmore Hall, London, Library of Congress, Washington, Casals Hall and Oji Hall, Tokyo, Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow, Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, and many more.  Famous Festivals he has participated in include the Yehudi Menuhin, Gstaad, Festival de Radio France, Montpellier, Festival International de Quatuors à Cordes du Lubéron, among others. 

Biliana Tzinlikova hails from Sofia, Bulgaria.  She started her Pianoforte studies at the State Music Academy in her native city, progressing to advanced study at the famous Mozarteum, Salzburg, obtaining a distinction in her final exams in 2001.  She has attended numerous master classes, most notably with Paul van Ness, Arndzej Jaszinsky, Pierre Amoyal, and others.  She has been particularly influenced by her professional collaboration with Ruggiero Ricci and Ferenz Rados.  Biliana’s versatility comes out both in her brilliance as a soloist and in her excellence as a chamber music performer.  In the latter capacity, she has collaborated with world-class musicians, most notably, Thomas Riebl, Ulf Schneider, Stephan Ricard, Patrick Demenga, Gustav Rivinius, Esther Hoppe, and others.  She has participated in Festivals all over Europe and the U.S.A., and has been a member of the prestigious Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Trio.  She debuted at the Vienna Konzerthaus in 2004, and is very interested in finding new approaches to different compositions, both past and contemporary.  She currently teaches at the legendary Mozarteum, Salzburg.

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