Violin Professor Muriel Cantoreggi will teach at the 3rd Session in 2013 Euro Music Festival and Academy, Halle, Germany.
_ Teaching Dates : August 15 - 22, 2013
_ Teaching Languages : English, German, French, Italien
Born in France, Muriel Cantoreggi studied with Regis Pasquier, Wiktor Liberman and Christoph Poppen. A prize-winner at the 1993 international Marguerite Long/Jacques Thibaud Competition, she became leader of the European Union Youth Orchestra (1994-96), a position she has held with the Munich Chamber Orchestra from 1995 until 2008.
In 2000-01, she was chosen by the Cologne Philharmonie for its "Rising Stars" series along with Jörg Widmann (clarinet) and Silke Avenhaus (piano), which brought her to some of the most important international concert halls. She has performed as a soloist with conductors such as Heinz Holliger, Juha Kangas and Thierry Fischer among others.
Having been a member of the Vegh Ensemble, she has devoted herself intensively to chamber music in various formations, including a longstanding duo with the violist Genevieve Strosser. She also has a special interest in contemporary music, which has a firm place in her repertoire
Cantoreggi can be heard as a soloist with the Munich Chamber Orchestra in the ECM recording Folio(2006) with works by Barry Guy. Another ECM CD has recently been released, with works by the swiss composer Frank Martin, featuring Muriel Cantoreggi and Juliane Banse as soloists with the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Christoph Poppen.
In April 2009, Muriel Cantoreggi was awarded a professorship at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, where she continues to teach violin.
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Pianist Shaun Choo, the 1st prize winner of 2012 Asia-Pacific International Chopin Piano Competition which was held on October 18 ~ 26, 2012 in South Korea, will perform 'Beethoven Piano Concerto No.1 in C Major op.15 ' with Daegu Symphony Orchestra on April 12th, 2013 in Daegu, South Korea.
(In the same competition, another EMF almuni Ji-Soo Moon was awarded 'Polonaise Prize' in the Junior section.)