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Tuesday, 8 October, Kolarac Hall at 8 pm
LJUBIŠA JOVANOVIĆ, flute – 40th Career Anniversary
CAMERATA SERBICA
Conductor IGOR GRUPPMAN
Soloists: YUBEEN KIM, Flute, GUOLIANG HAN, Flute
Tickets: 600

 

 

Anlun Huang: Poem for dancers, for solo flute, strings and harp (G. Han)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Concerto D minor Wg. 22, H. 484/1 for flute and strings (Lj. Jovanović)
Allegro
Un poco Andante-Allegro di molto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto D Major K 314 (Y. Kim)
Allegro aperto
Adagio ma non troppo
Rondo. Allegro

Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 (G. Han, Lj. Jovanović, V. Stefanović Grouppman)
Allegro
Andante
Presto
Franz Doppler: Andante & Rondo for two flutes and strings (Y. Kim, Lj. Jovanović)
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: Concerto for 5 flutes, A Minor
Adagio - Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach: Contrapunctus I from The Art of Fugue (arr. Ingeborg Bugarinović)
Y.Kim, G. Han, Lj. Jovanović, Flautino Lola klasik

 

Ljubiša Jovanović acquired his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Belgrade under the mentorship of Prof. Miodrag Azanjac. He had further training with Prof. Christian Lardé in Paris where he received his Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste in 1983. After that he has established a long-lasting collaboration with Aurèle Nicolet, one of the greatest musicians and flute pedagogues of the 20th century. He has performed at all the major festivals in the former Yugoslavia, as well as in France, Switzerland, Italy, China, Austria, Germany, Russia, Romania, Great Britain, Algeria, Finland, Denmark, Ukraine, South Africa, Norway and Argentina.
Ljubiša Jovanović won the First Prize for Interpretation at the at the International Review of Composers in Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad in 1992 and in Belgrade in 1998, Golden Link award for artistic achievements in 1992, the Annual Award of the Serbian Musical Artists Association, the same year, as well as the Belgrade Cultural Fund Award for the best concerts in Belgrade in 1987, 1989, 1991 and 1992. He also received the Golden Medal in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (1998) and the University of Arts Silver Medal for his merits in improvement of the teaching process (2000), the City of Belgrade Award for 2008 & 2013, the St. Sava National Award (2009), as well as the Aleksandar Pavlović Award and the Serbian Composers Association Award for the year 2017.
He is a permanent member of the Ensemble for New Music and the trio Anima. Since 2006, he has been continuously collaborating with the pianist Aleksandar Serdar. He has held master classes in Germany, Argentina, Italy, Ukraine, Norway, China, South Africa, Romania, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia.
Ljubiša Jovanović has performed with some of the most prominent flute players of our times: Aurèle Nicolet, Irena Grafenauer, Emmanuel Pahud, Michel Debost, Christian Lardé. He has recorded more than 50 CDs. In the course of over 30 years of artistic activities, he has given more than 80 first-run performances of solo compositions and chamber music by Serbian authors.
For 25 years he was a solo flautist at the Belgrade Opera & Ballet Orchestra (1978–1988), Serbian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra (1988–1989) and the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (1989–2004). He has been working at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade since 1994, now in the position of a full professor of flute. From 2002 to 2009 he was a Vice-Dean for Artistic and Scientific Work and International Cooperation at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. He is the founder and the president of the professional ensemble Camerata Serbica (2004). Since 2010, he has been the artistic director and conductor of the Lola Classic ensembles, and in 2013 he founded the BUNT festival. Ljubiša Jovanoviš is an artistic director and conductor of the Children's Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as the artist of the “Haynes Flutes”, along with the flautists such as James Galway and Emmanuel Pahud.

 

Han Guoliang is currently flute professor at the Central Conservatory of Music and princicpal flutist of the China National Symphonic Orchestra.
He graduated from the Central Conservatory School of Music in Beijing. In 1988 he won a scholarship to study a Masters Degree at the Boston University School for the Arts. After graduating, he was active among many American orchestras, winning prizes in several national and international flute competitions. He has studied under the famous flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal and other world-class teachers. In recent years, Han Guoliang has performed in Europe, Australasia, the US, Japan, Taiwan, Macau and other locations. He has given solo concerts, worked as flute professor at the Chinese Central Conservatory of Music, and performed as the invited principal flutist for the Chinese National Symphonic Orchestra. With this orchestra he has performed with world-class masters Charles Dutoit, Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, Seiji Ozawa, Mstislav Rostropovich, Li Delun and others, both in China and abroad. He has collaborated with several famous contemporary Chinese composers. He has also been invited to be an adjudicator and standing artist at music competitions both at home and abroad.

 

Born in a family of music enthusiasts, Kim Yubeen became interested in music at an early age. First he studied piano and violin, and aged ten he decided to continue with the flute. Since then, his talent has developed rapidly and steadily. Already as a teenager he won the top prize in the 69th Concours de Geneve (2014) and the 70th Prague Spring International Music Competition (2015). These early successes launched his international concert carreer. Aged nineteen, he was named principal flutist of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin.

 

Igor Gruppman is one of those special artists whose career successfully spans a number of artistic fields. Critically acclaimed for his depth of interpretation and sensitive musicianship, Igor Gruppman enjoys an exciting and multi-faceted career as conductor, violin soloist, and orchestra leader. As the Leader of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and a frequent guest Leader of orchestras such as the London Symphony, London’s Royal Philharmonic, and St. Martin in the Fields, Mr. Gruppman has collaborated with and was influenced by some of the most esteemed conductors of his generation including Solti, Gergiev, Rostropovich, Colin Davis, Rattle, Haitink and Yannick Nézet Séguin.
Mr. Gruppman conducts orchestras on four continents. He made his debut with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in the 2006/07 season. Igor Gruppman made his conducting debut with the Mariinsky Orchestra during the 2008 Easter Festival in St. Petersburg replacing at the last moment ailing Valery Gergiev and has appeared regularly with the orchestra ever since. In the United States in addition to guest appearances, Mr. Gruppman holds the post of Principal Conductor of the Orchestra at Temple Square in Salt Lake City. In recent seasons some of the world’s great artists have appeared with this orchestra, including Renee Fleming, Bryn Terfel and Ida Haendel. In Asia Igor Gruppman has appeared several times as conductor and soloist with the Seoul Philharmonic.
As soloist, Mr. Gruppman is critically acclaimed for his “rich and beautiful tone, elegant phrasing, drive, passion and virtuosity.” (Strad Magazine) He continues the proud tradition of his teachers, Leonid Kogan and Jascha Heifetz.
Mr. Gruppman’s violin solo recordings have met with enthusiastic reception by the international press. Arnold’s Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra with the San Diego Chamber Orchestra won a Grammy Award. Most recently the long-awaited reconstructed original string version of the Brahms’ F Minor Quintet recorded with the members of the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields was released on the Biddulph label.
Mr. Gruppman is a graduate of the Moscow Conservatory where he studied with Leonid Kogan and Mstislav Rostropovich, followed by studies with Jascha Heifetz in Los Angeles, and now is on the faculty of the Rotterdam Conservatory. Igor and Vesna Gruppman co-founded the Gruppman International Violin Institute in 2002 to select, train and develop the careers of exceptionally gifted violinists around the world, using the latest videoconferencing technology.
Mr. Gruppman plays the 1731 “Julles Garcin” Stradivarius violin generously provided by the Erasmus Foundation.

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