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Paolo Taballione was born in Rome in 1981. After graduating from the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome with the highest honours in the class of Prof. G. Schiavone in 2001,
he studied in Switzerland at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique de Genève in the class of J. Zoon, where he obtained the “Diplôme de Solist” with unanimous approval in 2007.
In addition to intensive flute, he began studying piano and composition in 1998, a discipline in which he graduated with honours in the class of M° F. Carotenuto at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in 2008.
His repertoire, ranging from Baroque to Contemporary music, led him to be a very young winner of numerous national and international solo competitions, including First Prize at the “V.Bucchi” International Competition for Music of the XX and XXI century for flute and piccolo in 2004 and First Prize by unanimous vote at the “D. Cimarosa” International Solo Competition with jury president M. Larrieu, in 2005.
In 2004 he was chosen by M° Riccardo Muti as Principal Flute of the “L. Cherubini” Youth Symphony Orchestra made up of the best young talent in Italy and in 2005, under the direction of R. Muti, he began his career as soloist in the Cathedral of Trani in a concert in honour of the FAO, which met with great critical acclaim: “Paolo Taballione, admirable flutist!” (Il Giornale).
From there onwards his intense activity as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician led him to perform successfully in the most important concert hall in Europe, including the Musikverein in Vienna, Gasteig in Munich, the Festspielhaus in Salzburg, the Berlin Philharmonie, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Auditorium Parco della musica in Rome, Beethovensaal Stuttgart, Konzertsaal del KKL in Lucerne, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, playing as a soloist with orchestras such as the Bavarian State Orchestra, Bach Collegium München, Orchestra Reino de Aragón, “I cameristi” of Santa Cecilia, Georgian Sinfonietta, and others.
In addition to being invited to hold recitals, concerts, and master classes at many
international music institutions such as Musicarivafestival, Flautissimo Flute Festival, Oleg Kagan Musikfest, RavennaFestival, Dubrovnik Festival, Falaut Campus, Musikhochschule Stuttgart, Powell Flute Concert Hall Tokyo and Seoul, Senzoku Gakuen University of Tokyo, Flute Korea Week Festival, Universidade de Aveiro, International University of Andalucia and others, he has recorded as a soloist for the most important Radio in Germany and Italy, including the Bayerischer Rundfunk and the Radio Rai Filodiffusione.
From 2006 to 2008 he served as principal flute in the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Orchestra conducted by Z. Mehta and in 2008 he became the flute soloist of the “Bayerische Staatsoper” in Munich. Invited as Principal Flute by some of the most important European orchestras such as the Philharmonic Orchestra of La Scala in Milan, Orchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, NDR Sinfonieorchester Hamburg, Zurich Opera House Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic, he performs under the direction of conductors such as L. Maazel, Z. Mehta, R. Muti, K. Nagano, S. Ozawa, Y. Temirkanov, D. Harding, K. Petrenko, and the most important soloists on the international scene.

 

Paolo Taballione urodził się w Rzymie w 1981 r. Po ukończeniu Konserwatorium Santa Cecilia w Rzymie z najwyższym odznaczeniem w klasie prof. G. Schiavone w 2001 r., studiował w Szwajcarii w Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique de Genève w klasie J. Zoon, gdzie uzyskał dyplom "Diplôme de Solist" w 2007 roku.
Poza  fletem rozpoczął naukę gry na fortepianie i kompozycji w 1998 roku, dyscyplinę, w której ukończył z wyróżnieniem klasę M ° F. Carotenuto w Konserwatorium w Santa Cecilia w 2008 roku.
Jest laureatem licznych krajowych i międzynarodowych konkursów solowych, w tym I nagrody na Międzynarodowym Konkursie Muzyki XX i XXI w. Na flet i piccolo "V.Bucchi". w 2004 r. I nagroda  w "D. Cimarosa "Międzynarodowym  Konkursie  Solowym w 2005 r.
W 2004 i 2005 roku został wybrany przez M ° Riccardo Mutiego na Głównego Flecistę "L. Cherubini "Młodzieżowa Orkiestra Symfoniczna złożona z najlepszych młodych talentów we Włoszech. Koncertuje w najważniejszych salach koncertowych w Europie, w tym do Musikverein w Wiedniu, Gasteig w Monachium, Festspielhaus w Salzburgu, Filharmonii Berlińskiej, Concertgebouw w Amsterdam, Audytorium Parco della Musica w Rzymie, Beethovensaal Stuttgart, Konzertsaal del KKL w Lucernie, Teatro San Carlo w Neapolu, grając jako solista z orkiestrami, takimi jak Bawarska Orkiestra Państwowa, Bach Collegium München, Orchestra Reino de Aragón, "I cameristi" Santa Cecilia, gruzińska Sinfonietta i inne.
Od 2006 do 2008 roku pełnił funkcję głównego fletu w orkiestrze Maggio Musicale Fiorentino pod batutą Z. Mehty, a od 2008 roku został pierwszym flecistą"Bayerische Staatsoper" w Monachium.

Pracuje również jako profesor na Uniwersytecie „Mozarteum” w Salzburgu. 

 

  

 

 

 

Aldo Baerten

 

 

Aldo Baerten is Principal Flutist at the Royal Flemish Philharmonic, conducted by Edo de Waart, Philippe Herreweghe and Martyn Brabbins. He is Professor for flute at the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp, at the Hogeschool der Kunsten Utrecht (NL) and gives masterclasses on 4 continents, in such distinguished schools as the Royal Academy London.
Aldo Baerten is former Professor for flute at the Sydney Conservatory. Since 2015 he is appointed teacher at the Münster Musikhochschule Germany. He is a regular guest at the Chamber Orchestra of Europe Mahler Chamber Orchestra, I Fiamminghi, European Union Opera, Arctic Philharmonic and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. 
During his studies at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels, with Prof. Peter-Lukas Graf (Musikhochschule Basel), where he obtained the Diploma as a Soloist and with Philippe Boucly (R.Strauss-Konservatorium München), he became Prize-winner in competitions such as “Maria Canals” (Barcelona 2001), Vienna (2004), Axion Classics, Quantz, and the National Instrumentcompetition of Belgium. He received the Alex de Vries-prize, the SABAM-award, and the Caecilia-prize of the Belgian music-press. Aldo Baerten played as a soloist with eminent orchestras as the Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester, RSO Basel, National Orchestra of Belgium, Walloon Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic, Las Vegas and Kansas City Symphony, Samaai Sinfonietta under the baton of D. Stern, V. Czarniecki, P. Rundel, G. Octors, Z. Nagy, T. Yuasa, S. Byess, E. Aadland, R.Wilson, S.Mäkkilä. He is a regular guest at festivals around the world, together with famous musicians such as J.van Dam, Martin Helmchen, Severin Von Eckardstein, Martin Spangenberg, Niek de Groot, StorioniTrio, Michel Strauss, Alexei Ogrintchouk, Hervé Joulain, Kandinsky-trio, Jana Bouskova, Dietrich Henschel, Tatjana Masurenko, jazz pianist Jef Neve. Aldo Baerten has recorded extensively on Cypres, Phaedra, ECM, Pentatone and PMP and Principal Chairs. His recording of Schuberts Introduction, Theme and Variations on Trockne Blumen (die schöne Müllerin) with pianist Martin Helmchen was nominated for the BBC Music Prize of best chamber-music recording of the year 2010. From 1989 until 1993 he was Principal Flutist with Claudio Abbado’s Orchestra of the E.U, where he has played under conductors such as B. Haitink, V. Ashkenazy, V. Neumann, J. Conlon and J. Tate. He was also chosen as Principal of the Schleswigholstein Festival Orchestra (Sir G.Solti) and the World Youth Orchestra. Aldo Baerten was the Principal Flutist of the Belgian Chamber Orchestra and the MDR-Sinfonieorchester Leipzig. Aldo Baerten is a regular Jury-Member of the International Flutonicon Flute Competition, Axion Classics, Lyons-music-competition, NFA Young Artists Competition , Yamaha Music Foundation and Biwako (Japan). His students occupy positions in orchestras and conservatories in Belgium and abroad.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

Cezary Traczewski

 

Absolwent Akademii Muzycznej we Wrocławiu. Swą sztukę doskonalił w klasie fletu prof. Petera-Lukasa Grafa w Szwajcarii oraz na kursach mistrzowskich w Niemczech pod kierunkiem prof.: P.Brocka, E.Brunnera i K.Thunemanna. Koncertował jako solista i kameralista w Polsce, Szwajcarii oraz Niemczech. Dokonał wielu nagrań radiowych i telewizyjnych w kraju i za granicą. W latach 1981-1997 był solistą Opery Wrocławskiej. Obecnie prowadzi klasę fletu w Ogólnokształcącej Szkole Muzycznej we Wrocławiu. Wykształcił wielu laureatów konkursów krajowych i zagranicznych m.in. Łukasza Długosza.  Cezary Traczewski jest artystą japońskiej firmy fletowej Altus.
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