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The Chamber Philharmonic Europe was founded 2006 in Cologne, Germany and engages talented young musicians from 18 European nations. Its outstanding high artistic level was confirmed by many concerts and festivals which the orchestra played throughout the continent as well as press and critics. They bring nine talented chamber musicians to Ballymaloe Grainstore including soloists Cyrill Gussaroff (trumpet) and Pawel Zuzanski (violin).
Since its inception the Chamber Philharmonic Europe has been built upon a broad range of professional experience. In the interest of promoting the younger generation, the orchestra aims also to provide promising artists the opportunity for further development in its various sections. It is from this principle that the Chamber Philharmonic Europe is able to produce a creative work atmosphere over generations which inspires the ensemble with great motivation.
The programme in Ballymaloe Grainstore will be:
A. Vivaldi - Concerto in g minor, F.XI. no 21
J. N. Hummel - Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra E-flat Major
J. S. Bach - Violin Concerto In E Major BWV 1042
- Interval -
C. Nielsen - Little Suite for Strings, Op.1
G. Faure - Pavane Op. 50
W.A. Mozart - Divertimento F Major KV.138
The repertoire of the Chamber Philharmonic of Europe ranges from Baroque to modern and includes Classical Symphony Concerts, Chamber Concerts, Operas, and Operettas
The 2015/2016 season saw Chamber Philharmonic Europe perform over 45 concerts across Europe. The musicians have performed in many renowned concert halls and opera houses, including:
• Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens, Paris • De Munt Oper, Brussels • Koninklijk Theater Carré, Amsterdam • Grand Théâtre de la Ville, Luxemburg • Conway Hall, London • Château de Versailles, Versailles • Tonhalle, Düsseldorf • Gürzenich Saal, Cologne • Palladium, Malmö
The orchestra has made extensive tours to Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Great Britain and Ireland. The Chamber Philharmonic Europa is a fully professional and privately financed organization, which, with its increasing popularity, also is involved with several charities. The orchestra periodically engages with various partners for benefit concerts throughout Europe.
Cyrill Gussaroff (trumpet)
Cyrill Gussaroff (trumpet) was born in Saint-Petersburg, Russia where he received his first trumpet lesson from the famous trumpet player Professor V. Margolin, in whose class he graduated from the Saint-Petersburg Conservatoire with distinction in 2002. He continued his education at the Conservatoires of Hanover and Essen, where he was taught by such influential people as Professor S.Goehtel and Prof. U.Koeller.
In his career Mr. Gussaroff has gained awards at international competitions including the International Competition Citta di Porcia, the Dokshitzer Competition Vilnius, the Competition of Calvia Mallorca and the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire International Competition, Moscow. He started his career as a trumpet soloist at the Staatskapella Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg.
At present he is a soloist with the Lower Rhine Symphony Orchestra and is an artist of the Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival. In addition, Cyrill Gussaroff has worked with seceral different orchestras such as the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bochum Symphonie, the Camerata Budapest, the Chamber Philharmonic Europe and the Philharmonika Venezia.
Michel Gershwin (violin)
Michel Gershwin (violin) was born in Kharkov (Ukraine) in 1960. At the age of three he began violin and piano lessons with his parents. Later he studied violin with Pavel Volodarsky at the Minsk Music School. At the age of fifteen he won first prize at the Republic of Belorussia Music Competition, later entering the Moscow Conservatory to study with Professors Tchugaeva, Yankelevitch and Kogan. He gained his doctorate under Professor Tretiakov in 1986. In 1988 he won the “Grand Prize” at the David Oistrakh Competition in Odessa. He became Soloist of the Minsk Philharmonic and later of the Leningrad Philharmonic as well as performing widely as a soloist in the Soviet Union, the United States and the Far East.
Since 1991 he has lived in France where he was in the Shostakovich Trio. He is currently first violin of the ensemble “Opus 62” and “the Gershwin Quartet”. He pursues parallel careers as a soloist, chamber musician and conductor throughout the world.