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Alysios Camerata [Tokyo Performance]

Alysios Camerata [Tokyo Performance]


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Alisios Camerata in Tokyo

Venue : Hakuju Hall

★Sufficient number of same-day tickets sold from 18:30 at the hall reception (7F)★
All seats free ¥4500
Concert second half ticket ¥ 3000 (Sold during intermission only if there are vacant seats on the day)

Croatian treasure,
4 top players

Sponsored by: Embassy of Croatia, Clarinet Association

Sponsored by: Hakuju Hall/Hakuju Biological Science Laboratory Co., Ltd.

Sponsor/Ticket/Contact: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

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Ticket Pia 0570-02-9999 [P code 208-076]
Lawson ticket 0570-084-0030570-000-407 (operator support)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service 03-5685-0650
Confetti 0120-240-540


S.Rachmaninoff: Trio of Sorrow (vn. vc. pf.)
J.Brahms: Clarinet Trio in A minor op.114(cl. vc. pf.)
F. Palazzi: Quartet (vn. vc. cl. pf.)
WA Mozart: Piano Quartet KV493 (vn. vc. cl. pf.)


Radovan Cavallin, clarinet
Born in Zagreb, Croatia in 1969. After entering the Faculty of Music at the University of Zagreb at the age of 13, he was the youngest ever to enter the Faculty of Music, and then proceeded to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, where he unanimously won the first prize in Christian Lardet's chamber music class and Guy Deprue's clarinet class. Five-time winner of the Yugoslavian competition. He has won many championships and prizes, including the 1984 Ancona International Competition (Italy).
He has performed with Warsaw Symphony Orchestra, Zagreb Soloist, Croatia Radio Symphony Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Gran Canaria Philharmonic Orchestra (Spain), and Brussels France-Belgium Orchestra. He has performed at music festivals in Italy, Croatia, Germany, Spain, etc., and has made many recordings for radio broadcasts. He has given many master classes at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Brussels and the Royal Conservatoire of Madrid, among others, and has served as a jury member at the Avila International Clarinet Competition.
Since 1989, he has been Principal Clarinetist of the Gran Canaria Philharmonic and Professor of the Academy. Since 2002, Professor at the Conservatory of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. As a soloist, he has performed with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, the Croatian Armed Forces Band, the Zagreb Music Academy Symphony Orchestra, and the Zagreb and Osijek National Opera Symphony Orchestras.

Vlatka Peljhan, violin
Born in Osijek, Croatia. Studied violin and viola at Zagreb Music Academy and Rotterdam Music and Dance Academy.
In 1998, he won the Alfredo Marcosig International Violin Competition. As a member of the Zagreb Piano Trio, he has won many awards in and outside of Croatia, and has performed at chamber music festivals in Croatia, Israel, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
In 2003, he participated in the Pacific Music Festival Orchestra, Rotterdam Chamber Orchestra, Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra, Zagreb Soloists and Croatian Baroque Ensemble. Concertmaster of the Zagreb National Opera Orchestra and Founder/Artistic Director of the Zagreb Chamber Opera Ensemble. Active as a member of many baroque ensembles, he has performed at music festivals in Greece, Slovenia, Italy and France. He also teaches at the Chamber Music Department of the Zagreb Music Academy.

Branimir Pusticki, cello
After studying at the Zagreb Music Academy, he studied at the University of Music in Vienna. Participated in masterclasses with Heinrich Schiff, Boris Pergamenschikov, Rudolf Leopold, Dimitri Ferstmann, Catherine McIntosh, Marc Coppei and others. In 2003, he won the Zagreb Phil/American Express Award for Best Newcomer, and in 2005, he won the Brahms International Cello Competition.
As a soloist, he has performed with Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Zagreb Soloists. He is also passionate about chamber music and has performed with Latika Honda-Rosenberg, Boris Pergamenschikov, Christian Altenburger and Alessandro Tampieri. After working as assistant soloist of the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra and assistant soloist of the Zagreb Soloists, he is currently the principal soloist of the Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Mia Elezovic, piano
Born in Zagreb. After studying at the Zagreb Music School and the Zagreb Music Academy, he studied at the University of Music in Vienna. Studied under H. Peter Mandel and H. Seidel. Studied at master classes by S. Kovacevich, EP Axenfeldt, Hiroko Nakamura, and others. He has won numerous competitions in Japan and abroad, including the 1991 Croatia-Japan Piano Competition and the 1992 Moncalieri Competition.
Performed in solo recitals and chamber music concerts around the world, including European countries, Japan, and the United States. As a soloist, he has performed with the Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, the Croatian Chamber Orchestra, the Gaudeamus String Orchestra, and as conductors Kazushi Ono and Zlatan Sržić. He has appeared on radio/television broadcasts and has participated in many music festivals such as the Hamamatsu International Piano Academy and the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.
In the spring of 2004, he was invited by the Japanese government to study contemporary Japanese piano music at the Showa University of Music. In 2006, he was invited as a piano soloist of the Spanish National Ensemble of Contemporary Music in Madrid. In 2007, he moved to New York and further studied contemporary music performance at the Manhattan School of Music. Since autumn 2010, he has been teaching at the Liege Conservatoire in Belgium.