Kammermuusikute suvefestival unustatud mõisates 2022

Albu klaverilaagri muusikud

Suvel 2022, 22.-29. juulil toimub esmakordselt Albu mõisas Kammermuusikute korraldatud väike rahvusvaheline klaverifestival: Albu Klaverilaager. Traditsioon Albus muusikalaagreid korraldada on saamas sel suvel kümne aastaseks. Sellest kasvas välja mõte kutsuda Albusse külla tuntud klaveripedagoogid Soomest, Sibeliuse Akadeemiast – abielupaar Hui-Ying ja Erik Tawaststjerna. Nende osalus Albu festivalil toob kaasa mitmed tuntud noored klaverimängijad nii eestist kui välismaalt. Festivali raames toimuvad Albu mõisas meistrikursused ning kontserdid nii juhendajate kui õpilastega. Klaverifestivali kontserdid toimuvad ka teistes mõisates üle eesti.

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Erik T. Tawaststjerna (“Ta-va-sher-na”) is Professor Emeritus at the Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki. He began his musical education in Helsinki and then continued his studies in Moscow, Vienna, and New York. He participated in master classes given by Wilhelm Kempff and Dmitri Bashkirov. He won the second prize at the Helsinki Maj Lind National Piano Competition in 1968 and has since given concerts around the world. He has appeared as a soloist with major orchestras in Finland, performing such works as Rachmaninoff’s Concerto no. 3 and Leonard Bernstein’s Age of Anxiety. Mr. Tawaststjerna has made numerous recordings, among them the four Ballades of Chopin and a series of 8 recordings of the complete piano music of Jean Sibelius. Many of his students have received top prizes in international piano competitions. Mr. Tawaststjerna has been on the juries of several competitions, such as the Van Cliburn Competition in Fort Worth, the Maria Canals Competition in Barcelona, the International Beethoven Competition in Vienna, and the London International Piano Competition. He has given master classes, among other places, at the Guildhall School of Music in London, the University of the Arts in Berlin, and the Tokyo College of Music. In 2006 he was named ‘Professor of the Year’ by the Finnish Professors’ League.

Ms. Hui-Ying Liu-Tawaststjerna is highly regarded as one of Finland’s finest classical musicians of this day. Her impressive background includes: academic studies at the Sibelius Academy, the Peabody Conservatory of Music, New York University, and piano studies with Martin Canin, Konrad Wolff, and Pierre Sancan. She has also been coached by Leon Fleisher, Karl Ulrich Schnabel, and Rosa Sabater. Her official American debut occurred in New York’s Carnegie Hall as a winner of the Artist’s International Management’s auditions. Her musical expertise covers a wide range of areas. To name only a few: an ardent piano teacher whose students have won international awards, solo recitalist, chamber musician, duo performer with her husband, lecturer, adjudicator, co-author of a piano method, recording artist, and Chairman of the Board of the Chopin Society of Finland. In 2006, the President of Finland awarded her with a White Rose Cross for Outstanding Service.

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