Akademie- & Konzertbüro Richter

Unternehmergesellschaft (haftungsbeschränkt)
Soldiner Straße 6
D - 13359 Berlin
(+49) - 30 - 25 35 81 44
(+49) - 30 - 26 55 47 70
Klaus Richter
Handelsregister Berlin:
HRB 125135 B
siehe oben

    Concert Office
        chamber music
                Atilla Aldemir
                Ulrike-Anima Mathé
                Marco Rizzi
                    Marco Rizzi
                Tamaki Kawakubo
                Mo Yi
                Eung Soo Kim
                Vladimir Korobov
            bamboo flute
    Winteracademy Kröchendorff Castle
    Event Service
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Stand: Sonntag, der 20.06.2010

The Concert Office Richter presents:

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Marco Rizzi studied with G. Magnani, S. Accardo and W. Liberman, graduating at Milan Conservatoire with special mention and obtaining at the Utrechts Conservatorium his Soloist Diploma with distinction. Prize-winner in the most prestigious international violin compe-titions - Tchaikowski in Moscow, Queen Elizabeth in Brussels, Indianapolis Violin Competition and various others - he is par-ticularly appreciated for the quality and the strength of his interpretation, and as one of the most interesting young violi-nists was awarded in 1991 the Europäischen Musikförderpreis on recommendation of Claudio Abbado.

Marco Rizzi regularly appears in the most important concert halls like Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Salle Gaveau and Salle Pleyel in Paris, Lincoln Center in New York, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Hamburger Musikhalle, the Tivoli of Copenhagen, the Konzerthaus in Berlin, with conductors as R. Chailly, A. Ceccato and H. Vonk. He has been soloist with some very fine orchestras like Staatskapelle Dresden, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Orchestre de Concerts Lamoreux, Rotterdam Philharmonisch, Orquesta RTVE of Madrid, BBC Scottisch and many others. In Italy his artistic activity is followed with enthusiasm, being one of the most appreciated musicians of that country. In the season 2000/01 Marco Rizzi has been extremely active playing among others the Beethoven, Brahms, Sostakovic, Berg, Bartok, Mendelssohn, Tchaikowski, Mozart, Hindemith and Schnittke violin concertos; he is equally engaged with chamber music, regularly invited to take part in prestigious chamber music festivals in Europe. His CD recordings dedicated to Italian music for violin and piano after 1900 were specially noticed: recordings that were received with enthusiasm by the international press: "….brilliant technique, absolute purity in intonation, fascinating emotion in tone, unmistakable musical intuition.." (Amadeus). "...a first-rate violinist with a rich tonal palette, fine technique and a lovely singing vibrato.... a musician of surprising honesty and maturity" (The STRAD). It has lately been released his last production, with the R. Strauss and B. Walter sonatas for violin and piano, and in autumn 2001 the magazine Amadeus will dedicate one number to his recording of Bach Sonatas and Partitas. Since April 1999 he is teaching an international class at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold (Germany). He plays on a Carlo Bergonzi dating 1739.

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