TulipDuo selected as performer at the Birmingham International Piano Chamber Music Festival

The Duo has been selected as one of the eight young perfomers at the Birmingham International Piano Chamber Music Festival 2018.

The Festival also has a competition, awarding the best perfomers out of the eight groups selected.

They will perform on the 22nd of November 2018 at 13:15 (local time) at the Recital Hall of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR)

The program includes: Schumann Sonata in A minor, Op.105, Respighi Sonata in B minor, P.110

 

For further details please check the website of the event:

https://www.bcu.ac.uk/conservatoire/events-calendar/bicpf-young-artists-bukolika

First Prize at the International Music Competition “Rizzardo Bino” of Brescia

TulipDuo won the First Prize in the Chamber Music category at the International Music Competition “Rizzardo Bino” of Brescia.

In the program, they played pieces of Mozart and Respighi.

Here is a link of the article in “BresciaOggi”:

http://www.bresciaoggi.it/home/spettacoli/musica/rizzardo-bino-il-trionfo-dei-talenti-1.6638172

Graduation of Eleonora and Massimiliano: Bachelor and Master

In the past weeks not many updates came out, but for a reason: Eleonora graduated in the Bachelor in Violin Performance at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam the 13th of June and Massimiliano graduated in the Master of Piano Performance the 19th.

Both had very high grades, and received a large amount of compliments from the jury and the audience.

In the performance at Eleonora’s exam the Respighi Violin Sonata received the highest grade, as well as an “Excellent performance, nothing to say”.

During the exam of Massimiliano, the most touching moment has been the Suite Bergamasque of Debussy, receiving comments from the jury such as “Real moments of Poetry there”, “Huge personal attitude and artistry”.

Eleonora won 2nd Prize in Viola

Eleonora De Poi, who recently started to study Viola (she is currently playing a Gaybarian), won the 2nd Prize in the Viola section of the International Music Competition “Città di Treviso”.

The jury was also astonished by the level of performance after only less than two months of playing the instrument.