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Royal Camerata at the Romanian Atheneum
20 June 2015, Romanian Atheneum, at 19:00
Conductor: Vlad Vizireanu
Soloist: Stefan Horvath
Mihail Glinka - Ouverture "Ruslan and Ludmila"
Piotr Ilici Ceaikovski- Concerto for violin and orchestra
Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov - Sheherazade
The closing concert of Royal Season will have as guests the conductor Vlad Vizireanu and the violinist Stefan Horvath and proposes the audience a special program that includes works of famous romantic composers.
Vlad Vizireanu is described as a conductor with "ample gestures, clarity, precision, and genuine passion. His artistic activity includes collaborations with Arizona Pro Arte Ensemble, Scottsdale Baroque Orchestra, Arizona State University Symphony, Indiana University Orchestras, Castleton Festival Orchestra, Cadaqués Symphony and Hebrides New Music Ensemble.
He studied with renowned teachers as Franz Welser Most within the residency of Cleveland Orchestra in Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, James DePriest, Larry Rachleff, David Effron, Gustav Meier and Marin Alsop at Cabrillo International New Music Festival. Vizireanu was awarded Second Prize in the 11th International Cadaqués Conducting Competition where he conducted the Cadaqués Symphony in an internationally televised concert in L'Auditori Hall, Barcelona.
In 2012 he made his debut at Romanian Atheneum with George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra and Petru Ghenghea Orchestra and in autumun 2013 he was invited within "George Enescu" International Festival in a new project wih members of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and members of Royal Camerata. In 2014 ition where he conducted the Cadaqués Symphony in an internationally televised concert in L'Auditori Hall, Barcelona. He was appointed the 2014 Lorin Maazel Conducting Fellowship at the Castleton Festival. Vlad Vizireanu was invited by Kurt Masur to study at the Manhattan School of Music Conducting Seminar and was also selected for two consecutive years as one of seven conductors from around the world to study with Bernard Haitink at the Lucerne Easter Festival where he conducted the Lucerne Festival Orchestra.
From 2015 he is assistant conductor at Thousand Oaks Philharmonic. Also,he is artistic director at "Enescu & The Americas.
Stefan Horvath, the soloist of this concert attended prestigious institutions as National University of Music from Bucharest, National Superior Conservatory from Lyon, the Academy of Music from Basel and the Conservatory from Freiburg and he was guided by the professors Stefan Gheorghiu, Adelina Oprean and Gyula Stuller.
His competitional record includes third prize at "George Enescu" International Competition, second prize at Jeunesses Musicales, first prize at "Eugen Barbu" Competition, "Sandor Vegh" prize.
As a soloist he collaborated with Radio National Orchestra, the Philharmonics from Cluj Napoca, Satu-Mare, Oradea, Constanta, Targu - Mures, Giurgiu, Brasov.
Between 1996 - 2000 he was the concertmaestro of Philharmonie der Nationen and in 2005 he was appointed concertmaestro of Symphonic Orchestra from Basel.
Under the High Patronage of his Royal Highness Prince Radu of Romania