Young Masters 3
20 July | at 19.30
Møn Sommerkoncert's 6th edition starts with the concert series "Young Masters" where the participating musicians in the festival's "Masterclass & Festival Ensemble" present a specially selected solo repertoire performed with pianist Joanna Zathey.
Young musicians from all over the world come to Møn to work dedicatedly with classical music in an intimate collaboration through chamber music.
Each of them are convincing instrumentalists and their musicianship is to be enjoyed both in the concerts with the Festival Ensemble and when they appear as soloists at these concerts on the "Young masters" series.
Franz Waxman (1906-1967)
Carmen-fantasi after Georges Bizet
arr. for viola and piano from Mikhail Kugel
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
Sonate for flute, a-mol, Wq 132/H 562
arr. for bassoon, d-mol
Henryk Wieniawski (1835-1880)
Caprice for violin, h-mol, opus 10:6
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Sonate for violin and piano nr. 1, a-mol, opus 105
I. Mit leidenschaftlichem Ausdruck
(With a passionate expression)
Sergej Prokofjev (1891-1953)
Romeo og Julie, opus 64 excerpt
arr. for viola and piano af Vadim Borisovsky
Møn Festival Ensemble
Kaat Schraepen (viola) was immediately captured by the warm sound of the viola, leading her to pursue this passion from the age of 7. Since then, her musical horizons have expanded and a deep love for solo playing and chamber music has grown.
Always seeking to enrich her musical vision, she has participated in masterclasses and festivals with renowned musicians across Europe and currently studies with Mikhail Zemtsov. Her continuous strive to improve, winning prizes at national and international competitions, has made her one of the most remarkable violists of her generation.
Archie Auger (bassoon) is a versatile and enigmatic musician who has a varied career across Europe. He currently works as second principal bassoon in the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen and has worked with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Copenhagen Phil, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.
As a soloist, he has performed the Jolivet Piano Concerto and Daugherty's immensely stylish Dead Elvis.
Archie has studied at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, the Royal Danish Academy of Music and the Royal Conservatoire The Hague.
Matylda Stasiak (violin) is 17 years old and a 5th grader at the Fryderyk Chopin Secondary Music School in Krakow, where she studies with Aleksandra Steczkowskas.
Matylda improves her skills in numerous violin courses with excellent teachers such as prof. Wojciech Koprowski, prof. Juliette Kang, prof. Ariane Matthäus, prof. Magdalena Szczepanowska, prof. Yair Kless and prof. Eyal Kless.
She has performed on the castle stage in Łańcut, in Bratislava on the stage of the Academy of Fine Arts, with the Archetti Orchestra in Jaworzno, in the Krakow Philharmonic and in the Krzysztof Penderecki Concert Hall in Luslawice. She is the winner of numerous violin competitions, both as a soloist and in chamber ensembles. In the last school year, she won the title of laureate by participating in national and international competitions, including Budapest, Dolny Kubin, Prague, Rome, Kraków, Łódź. Matylda has received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Antonia Ohnimus (viola) was born in Germany. Since 2018, she has been studying for her master's degree at the Universität der Künste (Berlin) with Hartmut Rohde. She is a multiple prize winner of international and national competitions. Since 2022, she has been playing regularly as a substitute with the Vienna Philharmonic and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, among others. She is also a member of the international Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. She has also received several scholarships from the Jugend Kammermusik Initiative (Hamburg) and the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. Most recently, she won an academy position at Deutsche Oper Berlin, where she will begin in August.
As a pianist, Joanna Zathey is not only in demand internationally as an accompanist but also for her experience as a teacher and advisor in chamber music.
After studies as a soloist with Grzegorz Kurzyński and as a chamber musician with Prof. Dora Schwarzberg she has excelled at international competitions in both aspects.
She is an official accompanist at many of the biggest competitions in Europe and has received more than 70 honorary awards as an accompanist.
Since 2011, she has formed a permanent duo with violinist Jaroslaw Nadrzycki, where they have most recently recorded sonatas by Brahms for Orphée Classics.
Møn Sommerkoncert's "Masterclass & Festival Ensemble" is sponsored by Vordingborg Municipality and Jargar Strings.