ARTISTAS

Baptiste Herbin(FR), Valentin Kovalev(RU), Sags Saxophon quartet(AT), Vincent David(FR), Claude Delangle(FR), Andy Middleton(USA), Etienne Rolin(USA), Milano Saxophone quartet(Italia), Mobilis Saxophone quartet(Austria), Daniela Saavedra(Chile), Javier Majluf(Chile),Pablo González Balaguer(Esp)\\Carlos Tena González(Esp)\\Jesús Gallardo Nieto(Esp)\\Javier Juanals Márquez(Esp)\\ Alvaro Collao León(Cl)\\Trio Moya (CL), Maximiliano flynn cavalieri(CL)\\ Carlos Cortés(Cl) Ensamble ChileSaxFest (internacional) 

Baptiste Herbin (Francia) 

Nominado a las Victoires du Jazz en 2013 gracias a su primer disco "Brother Stoon", premio Django Reinhardt y elegido músico del año 2019 por la academia de jazz, Baptiste Herbin es un músico internacional, que ha realizado 4 discos bajo su nombre: Brother Stoon en 2010 con André Ceccarelli, quien lo ayuda a impulsarlo a esferas altas, Interference en 2014 y Dreams and Connections en 2017.

 

Ha participado en una cincuentena de grabaciones: Keith Brown (Sweet and Lovely 2011) Aldo Romano (New Blood: the connection, 2012), Essiet Essiet y Jeff “Tain Watts” (Shona, 2014) el cuarteto Fireworks con Jean-Charles Richard , Stéphane Guillaume y Vincent David (2015), el quinteto “O Brasil do saxofone” con Ademir Junior (2017), a dúo con Alain Jean Marie (en Barloyd's 2018) Darryl Hall (2019) para nombrar los más importantes.

 

Toca en Europa y en todo el mundo (Tailandia, Estados Unidos, Madagascar, Brasil, Perú, Colombia, México, Serbia, Rusia, ...) y toca con los más grandes músicos: Stefano di Battista, Robin Mckelle, Julien Lourau, Ed. Motta, Donald Brown, Roy Hargrove, Jean Toussaint, Mark Gross, Marcus Gilmore, Stéphane Belmondo, Ralph Bowen, Jean-Michel Pilc, Darryl Hall, Franck Avitabile, Baptiste Trotignon, Billy Hart, Mark Turner, Eric Harland, Alain Jean Marie. .. Acompañó a Charles Aznavour en 2014.

 

Su cuarto álbum "Vista Chinesa" que sale este año 2020 es un homenaje a Brasil y reúne a los más grandes músicos brasileños. Baptiste también es profesor y da numerosas clases magistrales en todo el mundo.

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Classical saxophonist Valentin Kovalev is one of the leaders of his generation in developing the musical and technical possibilities of the saxophone. Valentin is the first Russian saxophonist who entered the prestigious Paris Conservatory as an undergraduate, as well as the first Russian saxophonist to be admitted to the historic graduate program at the University of Michigan, which possesses the oldest and most celebrated saxophone program in the United States. 

He received awards from the most reputable foundations in France and Russia, including the Mstislav Rostropovich Foundation, the Fondation Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet pour la vocation, Fonds de Tarrazi, Legs Edward Jabes, la Fondation L’Or du Rhin. Valentin earned two awards from ThePresident of the Russian Federation and won a grant from the Mayor of Moscow City.

 Valentin won prizes at many international competitions, including “Astral Artists Roster” – National Winner (Philadelphia, 2021),  “MTNA Young Artist Woodwind Competition” – National Winner (USA, 2021), “University of Michigan Concerto Competition” (USA, 2021), The Eugene Bossart Prize Winner (USA, 2021), unanimous First Prize in the “Online Saxiana International Competition” (2021), second prize of “Classic Winds Competition” (Israel, Tel Aviv, 2020), first prize of the “AndorraSaxFest competition”(2019), first prize of the “Anches simples de Toulouse” competition(2019), and Grand-Prix of  the “EkaterinburgSaxFest” (Russia, 2018).

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Philip Solomonick was born in Los-Angeles, CA, in 1989. Later that same year, he moved to Israel where he began his musical studies with Louisa Yoffe. During his childhood was very active and won numerous awards such as: ‘The International Competition in the Negev’ (1st prize 1998, Israel), ‘Art towards the 21st Century’ (Grand Prix 1998, Ukraine), ‘Steps towards Perfection’ (3rd prize 2000, Russia), ‘Chopin competition’ (1st Prize 2003, Israel), ‘The Pnina Zaltzman Competition’ (1st Prize 2008, Israel) and a four-time recipient of the prestigious American-Israeli Foundation Scholarship. From 2009 through 2012 studied with Prof. Eugenia Tsarov at the Crane School of Music and in 2013 was accepted to the Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem under Prof. Irina Berkovich. In 2014, won the first prize at the ‘Haim Kalmi Competition’ and gave numerous recitals in Ein-Karem, Jerusalem, which were translated live on the radio. In 2016 made his debut at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie, and in 2017 was one the nine semi-finalists at the NYCA Worldwide Debut Audition. Later that year gave a solo recital at the Moscow State Conservatory in memory of Yuri Lyubimov. Recipient of the Dean’s Prize at the Music Academy in Jerusalem during his M.Mus degree, and currently a DMA student at the University of Michigan - School of Music, Theatre & Dance under Prof. Arthur Greene. In 2019 he performed as a soloist with the Ann Arbor Camerata and was a finalist at the American International Piano Competition in Washington DC. During the pandemic he focuses on online teaching, making recordings, research, and online performances.

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El cuarteto de saxofones "SAGS" está formado por los cuatro jóvenes tiroleses del sur Sonja Wallnöfer, Greta Franzelin, Sonja Oberkofler y Alex Designori.

El conjunto ya ha actuado en varios escenarios conocidos, incluidos el Brucknerhaus Linz y el Alpen Classica Saxfest.

Los músicos están actualmente en formación musical: Alex y Sonja W. estudian en el Landeskonservatorium Innsbruck y Greta en el Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität en Linz. Sonja O. completó su licenciatura en Tilburg (NL) en 2020.

Su repertorio incluye obras originales y también arreglos en el campo de la música clásica y contemporánea, reproduciendo las diferentes facetas tonales del saxofón y fusionándolas con otras artes.

El conjunto es un orgulloso patrocinador de Newzik.

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