Piano Festival "Clavis" / Music festival
The Piano Festival "Clavis" unlocks all piano lids and opens the doors for small to professional!
Clavis means "key", "button", "letter" or "note" ... the little clavis "c" we know as the first note, clavis "G" serves as the treble clef.
The main theme of the festival is the unification of all keyboard instruments, the way on from the beginning, from the source of the art of piano to today's world of piano. This is a connection between the traditions of the Russian pianoforte school with the piano art of Europe, wherein organ and harpsichord music are the basis of all pianistic knowledge.
Concerts, seminars, masterclasses of Clavichord, harpsichord, piano and organ will be offered during the three-day festival. The center of the project is the international piano competition for children and young people.
Organizers of the festival make every effort to make the piano art a bit closer and more tangible for all.
The festival will take place in two places twice a year. In the spring in beautiful Bavaria (Germany) and in the autumn in fantastic St. Petersburg (Russian Federation).
The Piano Festival "Clavis Bavaria 2017" will take place from 31st of March to the 2nd of April 2017.
The Piano Festival "Clavis St. Petersburg 2017" will take place from the 1st to the 3rd of November in St. Petersburg, in Shostakovich School No. 235.
All piano lovers, pianists, teachers and students are cordially invited to these two great events!
Natalia Panina-Rummel (born in 1979) comes from a musician family in St. Petersburg / Russ. Federation. She has been studying piano, singing and pedagogy at the Russian State Pedagogical University (Prof .: Galina Mamon and Jury Stavitzky) and successfully completed the course of studying in 2001. Since 2005, she has been living in Germany and is continuing her musical and pedagogic activities.
Die Pianistin Anastasia Urvalova war bereits bei zahlreichen nationalen und internationalen Wettbewerben erfolgreich, zum Beispiel bei der "Arhus International Piano Competition" (2013). "Lehrer und Schüler" in Moskau, London International Piano Competition 2012, M. Yudina International Piano Competition in St.Petersburg (2011),
Marcus Vitolo, born in Stuttgart in 1967, received his first piano lessons at the age of six, and was admitted to the Conservatory "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan, Italy, at the age of 11. Attended the Liceo artistico-Musicale del Conservatorio di musica "Giuseppe Verdi", Milano (Music-Artistic Gymnasium of the Conservatory "Giuseppe Verdi", Milan).
Marcus Rummel gives organ lessons. His musical career began at the Regensburg Cathedral. After that he was the studing of musicology in Munich. Currently Marcus leads different kinds of choirs (Including the youth choir "Hakuna Matata", the church choir, the men's choir in Sachsenkam, and the octet 9/8th).
S. Gandilyan (b. 1984) is a harpsichordist, fortepianist, and PhD musicologist. Sofya has won scholarships and awards from the Austria Barock Academy, the Shostakovich Foundation, and the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst [DAAD]. In May 2012, Sofya was a finalist and received an Honorary Mention Prize
O. KOTLYAROVA graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory as a pianist, an organist and a harpsichordist in the classes of Professors E. Murina, T. Chausova, I. Rozanov. While continuing her studies Olga became a laureate of a wide majority of the music competitions as follows: the first prize at the Durlet International Pianist Competition (Antwerp),