The Davos Festival is recognized as a platform for talented young players of classic music from all over the world.
At the concerts, works of classical and modern music, especially chamber music, are performed. The spirit and the significance of the young artists, combined with the splendor of the Davos mountain landscape attracts music lovers year after year.
Last August we played with Composer-in-residence Tigran Mansuryan (Armenia) and Conductors Andreas Felber (Switzerland) and Dalia Stasevska (Finland/Ukraine).
I wanted to share with you this interview I did for the Revista Sinfónica (Uruguay) a few weeks ago. While I try to obtain an editable version of the text, here’s a scanned copy from the magazine itself.
Concert at the German Evangelical Church of Montevideo with Vincent Thévenaz (harpsichord and organ). July 20th, 2014.
As it was part of the XXVIII International Organ Festival of Uruguay, it had the support of the Embassy of the German Federal Republic, the Swiss Embassy, the Istituto Italiano Di Cultura and several Uruguayan government institutions.
This was the AudiMozart! VII International Competition (2014) for the performance of the Mozart’s concertos for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and orchestra. It took place at the lovely city of Rovereto, in northern Italy, from May 3rd to May 17th, 2014.
You may watch the full Galà dei vincitori from the competition and a few photographs below: