Events

Friday, May 5, 2017 - 4:00pm

Friday, May 5, 2017 - 4:00pm

Andrea Fisher

Powell Artist, Andrea "Fluterscooter" Fisher will present a workshop on Entrepreneurship for Musicians from 4-5pm.  Immediately following the workshop, Fluterscooter will perform a showcase of pieces influenced by Powell Flutes throughout the decades, from 1927 to the present and looking to the future.

A wine and cheese reception will follow.  Admission is free.

 

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 5:00pm

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 5:00pm

Carlos Cano Escriba

 

Carlos Cano EscribaCARLOS CANO ESCRIBÁ (Havana, Cuba, 1971) began his musical studies at the Manuel Saumell Conservatory and later studied with Alberto Corrales at the National School of Music in Cuba.  He has received training from Riccardo Ghiani, Jaime Martín, Benoit Fromanger, Michel Moragues, and others. 
Mr. Escribá is a former member of the National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba, with which he performed on the most important stages of Spain in 1994.  Later he settled in Madrid where he has continuously collaborated with various orchestras such as the Symphony Orchestra of Madrid and the Symphonic Orchestra of the Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona.  He is also member of the Cervantes Trio, a group that has received a number of awards and has participated in numerous international festivals. With the Cervantes Trio Mr. Escribá has released the albums "Music in Iberoamerica" ​​and "Los muñecos", the latter was pre-nominated for a Latin Grammy in 2010, and has performed throughout  Spain, France, Italy and Germany.

He collaborates assiduously with several groups who perform ancient music on historical instruments.   His recording of the Sonatas Opus.3 by Juan Oliver Astorga (1763-1830) was nominated for the Excellence in Publishing, Music and Research by the International Music Critics Association.

In other musical fields, his transcription for wind band of the concerto for flute and orchestra titled "Great Danzon" by Paquito D`Rivera, published by the Boosey & Hawkes, stands out.  Drawing on his experience as a music producer, Mr. Escribá worked with Cuban poet Aldo J. Méndez and musician Hernán Milla to found "Veleta Roja."  His first album, "Donde nace la luz", has recently been nominated for the International Prize in the International Fair of Havana "Cubadisco" and prelude to the Latin Grammys.

He is currently professor of flute at the "Marcos Redondo Professional Music Conservatory" in Ciudad Real, Spain.

Friday, May 12, 2017 - 6:00pm

Friday, May 12, 2017 - 6:00pm

Irina Stachinskaya

Irina Stachinskaya was born in Moscow in 1989 to a family of distinguished musicians. In 2010, she graduated from the Russian Academy of Music ‘Gnessin’s’ where she studied with Professor Vladimir Kudrya.

Aged 16 years old, Irina won the position of Co-Principal Flute in the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra in 2006. Prior to this appointment, she gained her first job as Principal Flute in the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra when she was only 14 years old.

She also maintains a busy schedule of solo and chamber music performances with a variety of programs in prestigious concert halls throughout Moscow. More recently, Irina  participated in a concert  with Davide Formisano and Cameristi della Scala in Tchaikovsky Concert  Hall in Moscow. In 2009, her ensemble ‘KUI’ Trio (flute, harp, viola) was awarded the ‘Golden Trophy’ in the 2nd International Web Concert Hall Competition, New York - USA. Irina has also been the recipient of other prizes including 1st Prize in the “Classical Heritage” Competition, Moscow (2004) and 1st Prize in “Musicalia” Athens (2000).

She  has repeatedly visited the Masterclass of Sir James Galway and in 2010 became the winner of the “Rising star” Series prize awarded by Sir James Galway himself.

In october 2011 Irina won 3rd prize in the 2nd Maxence Laurrieu  Flute International competition in Nice. 

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