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Daniel Mota won the audition in Bern

Author: Da Capo
24 set 2017

Daniel Mota won the audition for 1st Bassoon in the Berner Symphonieorchester, in Bern, Switzerland. Currently he is a member of the Orquestra Clássica do Sul (Algarve, Portugal). In 2002 was started his musical studies in the Escola Profissional de Música de Viana do Castelo, with the bassoon teacher Roberto Erculiani and in 2008 went on to the Academia Nacional Superior de Orquestra where he studied with Franz Dörsam and Rui Lopes. In 2012 moved to Madrid to enroll the Escola Rainha Sofia with Klaus Thunemann and Francisco Alonso and since 2015 is the Zurich University of Arts, in Giorgio Mandolesi’s class finishing his Masters. He has been a member of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and played in multiple orchestras such as: Orquestra de Câmara Portuguesa, Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, Orquestra Gulbenkian, Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa, Orquestra Sinfónica de Madrid, Orchestra of Europe, Orquestre de Paris and Orquestra XXI.
 

Ricardo Matosinhos

Ricardo Matosinhos won the 1st Prize in International Composition Competition

Author: Da Capo
01 mai 2017
Last update: 24 set 2017

The "B (h) orn t'win" by Ricardo Matosinhos, for large horn ensemble, won the 1st Prize in the Club’s International Composition Competition for works for large French Horn ensemble, organized by the Twin Cities Horn Club, in the United States of America.

The other award-winning composers were Emma Gregan (Adelaide, Australia), Steve Juliani (Los Angeles, California), Tim Bradley (Minneapolis, Minnesota) and Spike Maiden Mueller (Wisconsin).

Herbert Winslow, Principal Horn of the Minnesota Orchestra and director of the Twin Cities Horn Club, says he was "very pleased with the quality of the work of this competition." The purpose of the contest is to encourage contemporary composers from all over the world to write for large horn ensembles, but accessible to all types of horn players of different ages and levels.

Winning works will be played by members of the Twin Cities Horn Club and recorded at a concert scheduled for September 10 at the United Methodist Peaceful Grove in Woodbury, United States.

The mission of the Twin Cities Horn Club is to "share, learn, teach, create, discuss and enjoy the art of horn playing, while creating community through music. The Club currently has 270 members in the Twin Cities area and beyond.

 

Http://www.tchornclub.org/composition-competition-results

 Listeners Choice Award of The Violoncello Foundation

CD Portuguese Music is the winner of Listeners Choice Award of The Violoncello Foundation

Author: Da Capo
18 mar 2017
Last update: 24 set 2017

The CD Portuguese Music for Cello and Orchestra is the winner of this year's "Listeners' Choice Award" of The Violoncello Foundation (New York, USA).

The worldwide public voting ended Wednesday, March 15, and was attended by a total of 64 countries.

With an edition of Naxos, this record has works by the Portuguese composers Luís Costa, Luiz Costa, Fernando Lopes-Graça and Joly Braga Santos, with the interpretation of Bruno Borralhinho (cello) and the Gulbenkian Orchestra under the direction of Pedro Neves.

http://www.violoncellofoundation.org/fifthlistenerschoiceaward.html

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