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Les Contrebasses de Genève

by: HEM Haute école de musique de Genève – Classe di Contrabbasso di Alberto Bocini, Héctor Sapiña Lledó, Massimo Pinca, Marco Martelli, Samuele Sciancalepore, Théotime Voisin,

HAUTE ÉCOLE DE MUSIQUE DE GENÈVE – CLASSE DI CONTRABBASSO DI ALBERTO BOCINI

 

Format: CD

FEATURED ARTISTS:

Diana Carpintero Vãzquez, Lorena Carrasco Titos, Sarah Durif, Alexandra Dzyubenko, Tung Ke, Isabelle Kuss Bildstein, Marko Lenza, Marco Martelli, Adrián Matas Mayoral, Daniel Moran Fernandez, Carlos Payan, Caroline Peach, Isabel Peiró Agramunt, Massimo PincaHéctor Sapiña Lledó, Samuele Sciancalepore, Paloma Torrado García, Théotime Voisin  double bass

Charlie Badr,  Roberto Paruzzo,  Annamaria Savona,  Ivani Venturieri,  Jeong-Heum Yeon  piano

 

TRACKLIST:

  1. Bolero  (Giovanni Bottesini)

  2. Introduzione, Tema e Variazioni su “Nel Cor Più Non Mi Sento” (Giovanni Bottesini)

  3. Greta Gareludo (Simòn Garcìa)

  4. Un piccolo pezzo (Alberto Bocini)

  5. Jota, da “Sept Chansons populaires Espagnoles” (Manuel De Falla)

  6. Canción, da “Sept Chansons populaires Espagnoles” (Manuel De Falla)

  7. Austriana, da “Sept Chansons populaires Espagnoles” (Manuel De Falla)

  8. Nana, da “Sept Chansons populaires Espagnoles” (Manuel De Falla)

  9. Polo, da “Sept Chansons populaires Espagnoles” (Manuel De Falla)

  10. Swing k-1000 (Simòn Garcìa)

  11. Intermezzo (Reinhold Glière)

  12. Tarantella (Reinhold Glière)

  13. Malévoz (Massimo Pinca)

  14. Passione amorosa (Giovanni Bottesini)

  15. Tarantella (Giovanni Bottesini)

  16. Quejas de bandoneón (Juan de Dios Filberto, arr. Lila Horovitz)

Recorded in Geneva, Oct/Nov 2016, Grande Salle du Conservatoire

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18 double bass students from 7 different countries: France, Spain, Italy, Mexico, Canada, Russia, Taiwan.
Diana Carpintero Vãzquez
Lorena Carrasco Titos
Sarah Durif
Alexandra Dzyubenko
Tung Ke
Isabelle Kuss Bildstein
Marko Lenza
Marco Martelli
Adrián Matas Mayoral
Daniel Moran Fernandez
Carlos Payan
Caroline Peach
Isabel Peiró Agramunt
Massimo Pinca
Héctor Sapiña Lledó
Samuele Sciancalepore
Paloma Torrado García
Théotime Voisin
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Nato a Cullera nel 1988 da una famiglia di musicisti, ha studiato contrabbasso all'Istituto Superiore di  Cullera.
Nel 2006 ha conseguito la laurea professionale presso il Conservatorio Agustín Oliver della sua città natale. Grazie a borse di studio del Gobierno de Aragón e Ibercaja nel 2008 e dell'Instituto Valenciano de la Música nel 2010, si perfeziona presso il Conservatorio de Música de Aragón (CSMA) con il professor Javier Sapiña, diplomandosi con lode nel 2010. Continua i suoi studi di Master e di Concert Interpretation presso l'Haute École de Musique de Genève (HEM) in Svizzera sotto la guida dei maestri  Franco Petracchi e Alberto Bocini.
Nel 2010 vince il primo premio al concorso "Diputación de Toledo"  per strumenti ad arco. E' finalista al Concurso Internacional de los amigos de la Música di Alcoi nel 2007 e semifinalista al VI Concorso Internazionale Bottesini (Italia) nel 2017.
Ha suonato come solista in formazioni di musica da camera e in orchestra in importanti teatri e sale da concerto del panorama musicale nazionale e internazionale.
Ha lavorato in orchestre professionali come la Orquesta Nacional de España, la Orquesta de la Comunitat Valenciana, la Orquesta de Valencia, la Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra, la Orquesta de Cadaqués, l'Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana.
Ha fatto parte di giovani orchestre come la Joven Orquesta de la Comunitat Valenciana, la Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra, la Joven Orquesta Nacional de España, la Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester.
Ha realizzato progetti di musica da camera con il Collegium Instrumentale de Valencia, la Camerata Armin Jordan, la Camerata D-Cadences, la Orquesta de Camera.
Dal 2013 al 2016 è stato Professore di contrabbasso al CSMA.
Attualmente è contrabbasso solista nell'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (OSR) sotto la direzione di Jonathan Nott.
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Massimo Pinca started his professional activity as an electric bass player in 1997. In 1998, aged 20, he started to play the double bass. Since then his career developed along multiple strands ranging from baroque music on period instruments, to modern and contemporary orchestra playing, world music, jazz and free improvisation, composition, music pedagogy and research. A glance at his discography http://massimopinca.ch/discography will give a good idea of this eclecticism.
As far as classical double bass playing is concerned, Alberto Bocini has been his main teacher. Under Bocini’s guidance he got a double bass diploma at the Florence Conservatory (2004) as well as two Master of arts at the Geneva University of Music (Performance in 2011 and Pedagogy in 2013). At the Geneva University of Music he also worked as assistant researcher from 2011 to 2014.
He has been solo double bassist with Geneva Camerata from its founding in 2013 to 2017, and since 2012 he is a member of the composers-improvisers collective “Fanfareduloup Orchestra”. In 2011 he became classical double bass professor at Conservatoire Populaire in Geneva and leads his own Tarka Ensemble since 2015.
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Marco Martelli nasce a Livorno nel 1987 e nel 2005 si diploma in contrabbasso V.O. con il massimo dei voti e la lode sotto la guida del M° P.A. Tommasi presso l'Istituto Mus. Par. P. Mascagni di Livorno.
Successivamente si perfeziona col M° A. Bocini frequentando il corso speciale di contrabbasso presso la scuola di musica di Fiesole e il Master di interpretazione presso la Haute école de musique de Genève (Geneva HEM e col M° F. Petracchi presso la Accademia Stauffer.
Dal 2006 al 2008 è primo contrabbasso dell'Orchestra Giovanile Italiana. Collabora in varie produzioni con l'Orchestra Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia dopo essere risultato V idoneo al concorso per contrabbasso di fila nel 2008.
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Samuele Sciancalepore ha studiato presso il Conservatorio “G. Verdi” di Torino sotto la guida di Emilio Benzi e Davide Botto, vincendo il premio “Francesco Angelo Cuneo” come miglior diplomato dell’anno. Ha poi studiato presso la Haute école de musique de Genève (Geneva HEM)
Si è classificato primo nelle audizioni indette dalle Fondazioni Arena di Verona, Teatro Regio di Torino e Teatro alla Scala di Milano. Ha ottenuto la borsa di studio della Fondazione CRT. Tra il 2005 e il 2011 ha collaborato come prima parte con l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, l’Orchestra della Fondazione Arena di Verona e l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Montecarlo. Dal 2011 è Solo Kontrabass Stv nella Sinfonieorchester Basel.
Tra le orchestre con cui ha collaborato si annoverano l’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, l’Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Torino, l’Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, l’Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia e l’Orchestra della Radio Svizzera Italiana di Lugano.
Suona un contrabbasso Cerutti appartenuto a Werther ed Emilio Benzi.
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For Théotime Voisin, the double bass is a boyhood passion which has continued to grow over the years. His musical qualities- excellent technique, precision, a limpid style, and an interest in the most diverse aspects of music- have allowed him to explore a considerable portion of the classical literature for the double bass.
Joining the European Union Youth Orchestra for 6 consecutive years at just fourteen, he quickly becomes an appreciated substitute player in the main french orchestras. After spending the 2013-2014 concert season as guest principal double bass of the Swiss Romande Orchestra in Geneva, he wins in 2015 the principal position of the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse , and is currently assistant principal double bass in the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam.
A reputed chamber musician, Théotime Voisin has played with a number of chamber music ensembles in France and abroad. On several occasions, he has been invited to take part in the Seiji Ozawa International Academy Switzerland working with Robert Mann of the Julliard Quartet, Nobuko Imai, Kazuki Yamada and Seiji Ozawa. He also performed at the Verbier festival in Switzerland with Martin Fröst, Julien Quentin, and Daniel Lozakovitch, and at the Pablo Casals Festival.
He is also regularly invited to perform as soloist with orchestra, or in recital. His interest in contemporary music led him to premier a work for the Radio Suisse Romande in October 2010 and to integrate the Lemanic Modern Ensemble in Geneva. Furthermore, he joins in 2014 the Lucerne Festival Academy to work with members of the Ensemble Intercontemporain.
Théotime Voisin was born in 1992. He first became interested in the double bass at 5 thanks to Jean Ané, principal double bassist at the Montpellier National Orchestra. At fifteen, he undertook studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon with Bernard Cazauran, principal double bassist at the Orchestre de Paris , and graduated with highest honors.
He continued his studies with the Italian virtuoso Alberto Bocini at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève where he obtained an instrumental soloist Master's degree with highest honors and received the Henry Brolliet Prize. He went on to study at the Bern Hochschule der Künste with Rinat Ibragimov, principal double bassist at the London Symphony Orchestra.
He concludes his studies in 2016 with a Soloist Diploma in the class of Božo Paradžik at the Freiburg Musikhochschule where he was awarded the Spehl Prize. He has taken part in numerous master classes in which he has had the opportunity to perfect his technique and musicianship with such acclaimed double bassists as Jean-Paul Céléa, Jurek Dybal, Giuseppe Ettore and Duncan McTier.
Théotime Voisin has won awards at a number of international competitions: the 2008 Valentino Bucchi International Competition in Rome, the 2010 Festival Musical d'Automne de Jeunes Interprètes International Competition, the 2010 Sperger International Competition (Interpretation Award), the 2011 International Society of Bassists Solo Competition in San Francisco, and the Bass 2012 International Solo Competition in Copenhagen. He also received support from the Fondation d'Entreprise Banque Populaire.
In October 2011, his adventurous spirit and generosity inspired him to organize a fund-raising tour in Ecuador for the benefit of children with cancer. He took advantage of his stay in Ecuador to offer master classes in several conservatories and collaborate with the Ecuadorian popular singer Hernan Sotomayor.
He has recorded in 2013 a CD dedicated to french music on italian label NBB records, with pianist Matthieu Ané, « Contre-jour, Musica francese al Contrabbasso ».
Théotime Voisin plays a double bass crafted by French string instrument maker Jean Auray.
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