10th INTERNATIONAL
FESTIVAL LUCI DELLA RIBALTA

12 - 30 August | Narni (Tr) Umbria

10th INTERNATIONAL
MASTERCLASSES
10 - 31 August | Narni (Tr) Umbria

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Harald Herzl

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Harald Herzl studied in Salzburg with Sándor Végh and with members of the Amadeus Quartet in Cologne. First violinist in the Pro Arte Quartet Salzburg. Won prizes at competitions in Helsinki and Hannover. Extensive concert tours to major centres of music and festivals in Europe and Asia: in Vienna, for instance, in the Great Hall of the Musikverein, Budapest, Bucharest, Paris, London, Berlin, Athens and in many other cities. Tour of Israel in 1989. In 1991 highly acclaimed debut at the Salzburg Festival. Regular participation in the Salzburg Mozart Week. Conductor Raphael Kubelik dedicated his 5th String Quartet to the Pro Arte Quartet Salzburg.
Performances together with artists such as Wolfgang and Sabine Meyer, Olli Mustonen, Dimitris Sgouros, Paul Meyer, Martin Lovett, Jörg Demus, Hansjörg Schellenberger and many others.
Exclusive contract with BMG/RCA Viktor to record all the Mozart string quartets. CDs issued by EMI, Preiser Records and Deutsche Harmonia Mundi. Harald Herzl has been a professor at the Mozarteum in Salzburg since 2000; he has been head of the Department of String Instruments at the Mozarteum University since 2004.
He performs as a soloist at the Mozart Week in Salzburg and in the Grosses Festspielhaus with the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra.In 2007, together with Thomas Riebl and Susanna Ehn-Riebl, he founded the Mozarteum String Trio Salzburg.
Harald Herzl is invited as a soloist annually to Japan, Korea and China and is much in demand as a chamber musician. He holds international master-classes and is a jury member at major competitions in Austria, Germany, Italy, Norway, Armenia as well as in Japan and China.
His students are extremely successful, as documented by prizes for instance at the Concours Reine Elisabeth in Brussels in 2015; prize-winners at international competitions such as the Ruggiero Ricci Competition in Salzburg (1st prize in 2009), Brahms Competition in Pörtschach/Austria (1st prize in 2010), “String player of the year”, “Ian Stoutzker Prize in Memory of Yehudi Menuhin” (2012), Leopold Mozart Competition in Augsburg (3rd Prize in 2013), International Arthur Grumiaux Competition in Belgium (3rd Prize in 2014) and at the Remember Enescu International Violin Competition (1st prize 2015), as well as at the Mozart Competition in Salzburg in 2016 (2nd prize).
Harald Herzl plays a violin made by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Turin, dating from around 1770, from the collection of valuable string instruments owned by the Austrian National Bank.

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Corte del Palazzo Comunale, Narni
Il violoncello di David Eggert e i tasti del pianoforte di Nataša Šarčevič pronti a dare vita a melodie e suoni a metà tra libertà e furore. David Eggert è un giovane violoncellista canadese con una promettente carriera internazionale. Noto per la presenza scenica dominante e l’interpretazione brillante, affronta con creatività il repertorio classico pur dando prova di un forte impegno nei confronti della composizione musicale contemporanea. Dopo le esibizioni in Europa e Nord America, l’artista  è acclamato come un talento del futuro. Eggert ha conquistato il primo premio e cinque menzioni speciali al Concorso Internazionale di Violoncello “Antonio Janigro” di Zagabria, e ha ricevuto un premio onorario al Concorso Internazionale Naumburg di New York. Nato a Edmonton nel 1985, Eggert ha studiato con Tanya Prochazka che lo ha seguito  per tredici anni. All’età di 16 anni, ha conquistato il primo premio sia alla Canadian Music Competition che al National Music Festival suonando in un quartetto d’archi, e si è esibito in Canada come primo violoncello della National Youth Orchestra of Canada.  Natasa Sarcevic, pianista, docente di pianoforte principale al London College of Music, University of West London, si e' diplomata al'Universita' delle Arti di Belgrado (FMU) con il massimo dei voti nella classe di pianoforte della Maestra Jokut Mihailovic. Ha continuato gli studi presso la Hochschule fuer Musik und Darstellende Kunst a Francoforte con Maestro Lev Natochenny, ed al Royal College of Music a Londra con Maestra Irina Zaritskaya ed Alexandra Andrievsky.  A diciassette anni ha tenuto il suo primo Recital a Belgrado, considerato dalla prestigiosa rivista NIN uno dei migliori dieci concerti della stagione concertistica. Primo premio anche al Concorso di Beethoven del LCM a Londra, al "Victor Hoddy" a Londra, al "Petar Konjovic" ed al concorso "Olga Mihailovic", Natasa e' stata descritta come "la studentessa con il piu' grande talento della sua generazione". Da quel momento ha dato concerti in numerosi festival internazionali in Italia, Austria, Germania, Spagna, Portogallo, Olanda, Slovenia, Croazia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Russia, Brasile e Regno Unito. Da quando si e' trasferita a Londra nel 2001, ha dato concerti in prestigiosi luoghi come Wigmore Hall, St. John's Smith Square, St. Martin in the Fields, St. James's Piccadilly, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, London Arts Fest, Paxton House Festival. A parte del suo repertorio da Bach a Schnittke, durante gli ultimi anni si e' dedicata in maniera particolare al repertorio solistico lisztiano ed alla musica da camera di Brahms.
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