Montag, 14. Juni 2010, Raum JOH 4.06
9.30 Uhr: Yue Wu (Klasse Thomas Kreuzberger)
10.30 Uhr: Andreea Bianca Calinescu (Klasse Doris Adam)
11.30 Uhr: Leila Hossein (Klasse Thomas Kreuzberger)
12.30 Uhr: Yuko Sakurai (Klasse Thomas Kreuzberger)
Dienstag, 15. Juni 2010, Gerd-Nienstedt-Saal
11 Uhr: Sangwook Park (Klasse Roland Batik)
12 Uhr: Pawel Markowicz (Klasse Roland Batik)
13 Uhr: Nozomi Yabe (Klasse Gerhard Geretschläger)
14 Uhr: Lu Chun Chou (Klasse Klaus Sticken)
15 Uhr: Mariana Quinhones Godinho Ferreira da Costa (Klasse Klaus Sticken)
Mittwoch, 16. Juni 2010, Raum 4.06
9 Uhr: Nana Matsutani
10 Uhr: Ekaterina Vassileva
11 Uhr: Yuka und Ayako Yamamoto
13 Uhr: Anastasia Vasylieva
14 Uhr: Theresa Kropfitsch
Helen Krizos LMusA (Melbourne)
Deputy Head of School of Keyboard Studies
RNCM - Manchester
Helen formed a piano duo with Peter Noke which rapidly established itself as one of the country’s foremost ensembles, broadcasting frequently on BBC Radio 3 and making a number of recordings on the Hyperion label. Following the success of their recording of Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances they were invited to play in the famous Dvorak Hall in Prague. They appeared as soloists with many of the leading orchestras, including the English Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonia, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, BBC Concert Orchestras and the BBC Philharmonic. They toured abroad a number of times with several return visits to Australia and New Zealand and also appeared with the Tasmanian and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras, gave solo recitals at the Sydney Opera House and broadcasts for ABC Radio.
Helen has wide experience as a teacher and her reputation has ensured a steady and growing stream of talented pupils who have enjoyed success both at national and international level. Within the RNCM her students have won first prizes in all the major internal competitions including Beethoven, Chopin, John Ireland, Chamber Music, Piano Duo and the prestigious Recital Prize. Recent successes of her students include two first prizes in international duo competitions leading to a recording contract and tour of Spain, finalists in the Royal Overseas League Competition and Jacques Samuel Competition held in London and the opportunity to give a Carnegie Hall debut. Helen works as a Mentor for the Associated Board in their Professional Development Course and was the major contributor in setting up the specific course for piano. She has devised and directed the Music for Kids programme for children aged 3-8 years and most recently devised an educational programme for the Manchester City Art Gallery called Sound Pictures.
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