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Anatoli Trio

februari 17, 2013

Vandaag gaf het Anatoli Trio zijn eerste concert. Het Anatoli Trio (Solbjorg Bjornsdottir/sopraan, Konstantinos Andreou/fluit en Mathieu Polak/piano) gaf een concert in de Deel in Maarn. Op het programma stonden liederen uit IJsland en composities van Mathieu Polak. Het programma was sfeervol en zou ook als huisconcert uitstekend inzetbaar kunnen zijn. Bovendien is het Anatoli Trio scherp geprijsd waardoor het extra aantrekkelijk is om dit trio te engageren. De reacties waren lovend. In ons repertoire hebben we muziek uit IJsland, Griekenland en Joodse muziek. Voor meer informatie of boekingen: mathieudpolak@hotmail.com of: solbjorgb@gmail.com of: konstantinos.vas.andreou@gmail.com


Over de musici van het Anatoli Trio

Sólbjörg Björnsdóttir
Sólbjörg was born in Paris, France in 1983 and moved to Iceland at the age of 3. She graduated with a Bachelor degree in singing and moved to The Nehterlands in 2009 where she studied Music, Production and Art Management. Shas performed as a soloist with choirs, ensemles, orchestras and other soloists in Iceland, The Netherlands, Norway, Scotland and England and performed at exhibitions openings and festivals. Most recently she worked with Ensemble Oriana; a renaissance band that performed all over The Netherlands during the years of 2009-2012 and was one of six main characters in the new opera In the Beginning (2011) that was performed in Theater Kikker and the Stadsschouwburg in Utrecht (April/May 2012). Sólbjörg is currently working as a freelance singer and looking for a job as an arts curator in Amsterdam.

Konstantinos Andreou
Born in Athens, he began his flute studies at the Conservatory of Athens with Dimitris Fotopoulos and Urs Ruttiman. After his graduation in 2002, he continued his studies in the Netherlands at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague alongside the principal flutists of Concertgebouworkest, Rien de Reede and Emily Beynon. He completed his BA in Music as a member of the flute class of Prof. Thies Roorda at the Prins Claus Conservatorium in Groningen, supported by the Onassis Foundation as well as the Stichting Instrumentenfonds Willem van Lier Fonds.
Also, he is a graduate of the University of Athens (Music Studies) and a holder of a Research Master in Musicology acquired at the Research Institute for History and Culture (OGC) – University of Utrecht. His musicological interests involve the influence of German music culture in the creation of the Greek National School of music, and more specifically in the work of Manolis Kalomiris. Konstantinos is also interested in the discovery of Greek music works, for flute and piano, which are considered lost, aiming to their performance and publication.
Ηe has performed as a soloist with the Orchestra of Patras (Saulious Sondeckis), and as a principal flutist with the Orchestra of the Bach Academy of Stuttgard (dir.:Helmuth Reilling) and with HSO (Groningen –The Netherlands). He has also performed in Athens (working along with the Kydoniatis String Quartet) and The Netherlands.
He has founded Ensemble AИASTROPHOS which engages in contemporary music using electronics and visuals.

Mathieu Daniël Polak
In June 2010, Mathieu Daniël Polak obtained his Masters qualification in composition at the Utrecht School of Arts, where he studied with Caroline Ansink and Jeroen D’hoe. Before this, he had studied composition with Jeff Hamburg in Amsterdam. At the Netherlands Carillon School in Amersfoort, he gained his BA diploma in 1999 and completed the second phase in 2000. Moreover, at the Constantijn Huygens Conservatory Mathieu finished his piano studies in 1997. Currently, he studies Jewish music at the Lemmens Institute in Leuven.
His composition, ‘Le Lis des Vallées’ was nominated for the Henriëtte Bosmans Prize 2011. Polak’s composition, ‘Fleurs de Cerisier’ for wind quintet was awarded the third prize during the ComaMaastricht competition in 2011. At the 2011 IVME International Composition Competition in Antwerp, he was given the VerDi Prize for his horn composition, ‘Puppy Love’. Mathieu Daniel Polak is carillonneur at the Rotterdam Erasmus University and in Bunschoten-Spakenburg. He teaches piano in Driebergen, Doorn, Zeist and Maarn. More information could be found at: http://www.polacca.nl



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