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PANAMA JAZZ FESTIVAL

INTERCAMBIO DE MUSICA CLASICA

Welcome to the Classical Music Program of this year's 2019 Panama Jazz Festival: Intercambio de Musica Clasica. Since 2010, our team has developed and grown from a tiny operation to an international team of 7-9 teachers and artists including members of the New England Conservatory.

We are very pleased to announce that this year, the Young People's program will continue at Ciudad del Saber's Issac Rabin Building from 10am-3pm.  This is a program for beginning string students, including cello.  Our special focus will be on Technique and Etudes this year for all to share with each other.

We are also re-introducing a program for our Intermediate to Advanced String Students.  Clinics for these participants will be offered in the Main Building Edficio 105 by all of our faculty.  https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com  Topics will include classes on J.S. Bach, Chamber Music Seminars, Electric Violin sponsored by Yamaha, and on Pedagogia: technicas de ensenanza para el violin y la viola.  Private lessons and master classes will also be offered on a limited basis to Intermediate to Advanced Students between 3-4PM in Issac Rabin Building, followed by a daily and open invitation 4pm Open Rehearsal of faculty.  All are welcome to view and observe how professional musicians come together for a limited amount of time to prepare for a performance. 

The 2019 Intercambio de Musica Clasica Porgram will celebrate its conclusion in a final faculty performance at 5pm on 19 Enero on the Global Stage.  Please join us for another successful year of Classical Music at the Panama Jazz Festival. 

See you there. 

Bienvenido al Programa de Música Clásica del Festival de Jazz de Panamá 2019 de este año:

Intercambio de Música Clásica. Desde 2010, nuestro equipo se ha desarrollado y ha crecido de una pequeña operación a un equipo internacional de 7-9 maestros y artistas, incluidos los miembros del Conservatorio de Nueva Inglaterra.

Nos complace anunciar que este año, el programa de Jóvenes continuará en el Edificio Issac Rabin de Ciudad del Saber de 10 am a 3 pm. Este es un programa para estudiantes de cuerdas principiantes, incluido el cello. Nuestro enfoque especial será en Técnica y Estudios este año para que todos puedan compartir entre ellos.

También estamos reintroduciendo un programa para nuestros estudiantes de nivel intermedio a avanzado. Las clínicas para estos participantes se ofrecerán en el Edficio 105 del edificio principal por parte de todos nuestros profesores. https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com Los temas incluirán clases sobre J.S. Bach, seminarios de música de cámara, violín eléctrico patrocinado por Yamaha y en Pedagogia: técnicas de ensenanza para el violín y la viola. Las clases privadas y las clases magistrales también se ofrecerán de manera limitada a estudiantes de nivel intermedio a avanzado de 3 a 4 p. M. En el edificio Issac Rabin, seguido de una invitación abierta y diaria a las 4 p. M. Ensayo abierto de profesores. Todos son bienvenidos a ver y observar cómo los músicos profesionales se reúnen durante un tiempo limitado para prepararse para una actuación.

El Programa de Intercambio de Música Clásica 2019 celebrará su conclusión en una presentación final de la facultad a las 5 pm del 19 de enero en el escenario global. Únase a nosotros para otro año exitoso de música clásica en el Festival de Jazz de Panamá.

Te veo allí.

 
ALEJANDRA TORRES

ELECTRIC VIOLIN

Alejandra Torres fue la primera violinista latinoamericana que se convirtió en miembro de la prestigiosa Filarmónica de Viena, una orquesta famosa por la belleza única de su sonido, que lo diferencia de todos los demás conjuntos. Pocas mujeres han sido aceptadas como miembros.

Alejandra Torres es graduada de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia y de la Universidad de Música y Artes Escénicas de la ciudad de Viena, con distinción. 

A la edad de 13 años fue solista con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia. Ha sido galardonada en numerosos concursos, tanto nacionales como internacionales, incluido el Concurso Internacional de Violín realizado por la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango en 1996, obteniendo el segundo lugar y recibiendo una mención de honor por ser el participante más joven con tan solo 16 años. En 1997 en el concurso nacional "Colombia suena bien" organizado por SONY MUSIC, ganó el primer premio en la categoría "Mejor solista clásico", junto con su hermano, el guitarrista clásico Oscar D'Alberto Torres Gallego.

Tuvo la oportunidad de tocar en Teatro Colón de Colombia, Sala Luis Ángel Arango, Wiener Staatsoper, Konzerthaus Wien, Wiener Musikverein, Münchner Philharmonie (Alemania), Concertgebouw Amsterdam (Holanda), Teatro alla Scala en Milán (Italia), Theater des Champs -Èlysées (Francia), Alter Oper Frankfurt (Alemania), Festspielhaus Baden-Baden (Alemania), Stadtkasino Basel (Suiza), Palais des Beaux Arts (Bélgica), Am Gasteig (Alemania), Kölner Philharmonie (Alemania), Odeon Of Herodes Atticus (Grecia), Auditorio Giovanni Agnelli (Italia), Brucknerhaus Linz (Austria), Basílica de San Pedro en Ciudad del Vaticano, etc.

En el mundo del Jazz, Alejandra actuó en Konzerthaus Vienna - Mozart Saal, Jazz Fest Vienna (Austria), Audi Forum Ingolstadt (Alemania), Festival Internacional Jazz Plaza Havana (Cuba), North City Jazz & Blues Festival (Kosovo), Open Jazz Fest ( Eslovaquia), Int'l Jazz Festival Bansko, (Bulgaria), Nišville Jazz Festival (Serbia), Apollonia Arts Festival (Bulgaria), Brunnenhof der Residenz München (Alemania), Printemps Festival Musical (Luxemburgo), World Theatre Moscow, Theater Diligentia Den Haag (Países Bajos), "ORF Radio Kulturhaus" Viena (Austria), "Ronacher" Theater Vienna (Austria), Blue Note Jazz Club Poznan (Polonia). 

Para Septiembre de 2017, se habrá lanzado su nuevo álbum "Renacer". Contará con varios artistas de fama mundial (Roberto Quintero, Günther Brück y Peter Herbert).

Alejandra Torres ha sido ganadora de dos medallas de oro de los Global Music Awards ( Best Album and Emerging artist ) de la famosa revista Billboard en Estados Unidos.

Alejandra Torres has won two gold medals from the Global Music Awards (Best Album and Emerging artist) of the famous Billboard magazine in the United States.

YURI NAMKUNG

VIOLIN DIRECTOR

Violinist Yuri Namkung performs in venues throughout New York City, and has also appeared in Panama at Frank Gehry’s Biodiversity Museum with UNESCO and Unicef Artist for Peace jazz pianist Danilo Perez, Kennedy Center, Jordan Hall, Gardner Museum, Virginia Arts Festival, Ravinia Festival, and at Music@Menlo. Major solo appearances have included performances with the Seattle Symphony, Northwest Chamber Orchestra, Spokane Bach Festival Orchestra with Gunther Schuller, Dubuque Symphony, Greenville Symphony, Wyoming Symphony, Santa Maria Philharmonic, Tonhalle-Orchestra with David Zinman, and with the Filarmonica Joven de Colombia throughout Colombia and Brazil.  She has served on the music faculties of the University of Alabama and at the Interlochen Arts Academy from 2010-2013 and taught for several years as guest artist and teacher in Venezuela, Colombia, and in Panama where she has maintained a working relationship with the Panama Jazz Festival since 2009.  Born in Seattle, Washington, Yuri is a graduate of Columbia University, the Juilliard School, and the New England Conservatory.  Recent performing highlights include Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire with Talea Ensemble, solo Bach set for Reid Anderson, chamber choral works with members of Orchestra of St Luke’s in Vermont and New York, and filling in for Axel Strauss with Mendelssohn Concerto with Minnesota’s College of St Benedict’s and Saint John’s University.

ALEX FORTES

Nacido en San Diego, California, violinista Alex Fortes es reconocido por su versatilidad y sonido cálido. Actuaciones recientes de orquesta y música de cámara incluyen conciertos en Francia, Alemania, Dinamarca, Austria, Indonesia, y en toda Norteamérica con grupos como el Henschel Quartett, Cuarteto Dalí, Franklin Quartet, Momenta Quartet, Orchestra of St Luke’s, the Knights, Quodlibet Ensemble, y A Far Cry. Su actuación se destaca en el álbum de A Far Cry, Dreams and Prayers, nominado a un GRAMMY en 2014; así como en Law of Mosaics, que Alex Ross del New Yorker aclamó como uno de los diez mejores álbumes de 2014. También se lo puede escuchar en un próximo álbum con el Henschel Quartett y el pianista Donald Berman de la música de Chris Theofanidis.

A Fortes le interesa encontrar nuevos contextos para escuchar música conocida. Sus arreglos de canciones y música de cámara de Schubert fueron aclamados por el Boston Globe por ser “uniformemente capaces y complementarios…inteligente, sutil.” En 2016, su arreglo con Sarah Darling de las Variaciones “Goldberg” de Bach lo estrenó A Far Cry en colaboración con la pianista Simone Dinnerstein.

Alex ha participado en residencias educativas en inglés y español sobre emprendimiento, actuación y educación musical, y colaboración en universidades y escuelas públicas por todo los Estados Unidos. Ha sacado títulos de Harvard College y Mannes College, y sus profesores han incluido Mark Steinberg, Peter Zazofsky, Hernan Constantino, Mary Gerard, and Michael Gaisler.

Originally from San Diego, violinist Alex Fortes is recognized for his versatility and warmth.  Recent chamber music and orchestral performances have included engagements in France, Germany, Denmark, Austria, and Indonesia as well as throughout North America with groups such as the Dalí Quartet, Henschel Quartett, Franklin String Quartet, the Momenta Quartet, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the Knights, and A Far Cry. His playing is featured on A Far Cry's 2014 GRAMMY-nominated album, Dreams and Prayers. He holds degrees from Harvard College and Mannes College, and his teachers include Mark Steinberg, Peter Zazofsky, Hernan Constantino, Mary Gerard, and Michael Gaisler.

VIOLIN

AYISHA DE SANDINO

Recent chambViolinist Ayisha Moss is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Violin Performance at Arizona State University. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance. She received a Masters of Music from the University of New Mexico with a double concentration in Violin Performance and String Pedagogy, during which time she was a recipient of the prestigious Abraham Franck String Quartet Assistantship. Ayisha has performed around the world in numerous festivals, concerts, and solo recitals in places such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Central America, and the Caribbean. Currently, she works as an active performer and pedagogue both locally as well as internationally.  er music and orchestral performances have included engagements in France, Germany, Denmark, Austria, and Indonesia as well as throughout North America with groups such as the Dalí Quartet, Henschel Quartett, Franklin String Quartet, the Momenta Quartet, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the Knights, and A Far Cry. His playing is featured on A Far Cry's 2014 GRAMMY-nominated album, Dreams and Prayers. He holds degrees from Harvard College and Mannes College, and his teachers include Mark Steinberg, Peter Zazofsky, Hernan Constantino, Mary Gerard, and Michael Gaisler.

SOBRE NOSOTROS / ABOUT

1.  Clase maestra "La maestría de J.S Bach" con Yuri Namkung y Benn Street 

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/Joc8/la-maestria-de-j-s-bach

 

2.  Clase maestra "Violín Eléctrico" con Alejandra Torres

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/JocB/clase-maestra-violin-electrico-clase-1


3. Clase maestra "Pedagogía técnicas de enseñanza para violín y viola" con Ayisha de Sandino

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/JpHZ/pedagogia-del-violin

 

4. Clase maestra  "Música de Cámara" con Tobias Werner 

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/Jo9F/musica-de-camara

 

5. Clase maestra "Tocando el tiempo y la democracia en la música clásica" con Alex Fortes 

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/KBdc/tocando-el-tiempo-y-la-democracia-en-la-musica-clasica


6.  Clase maestra "cuentas historias con la música" con Tanya Maggi

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/JpHn/cuenta-historias-con-la-musica-para-ninos-de-5-a-10-anos

 

7. Clase maestra "Violín Eléctrico" con Alejandra Torres

https://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com/event/KArG/clase-maestra-violin-electrico-clase-2

 

Los alumnos avanzados pueden visitar las clases maestras, la clase de violín eléctrico

 será una oportunidad para aprender el funcionamiento de un instrumento con opciones a otros sonidos y así ser mas creativos con el instrumento, si ustedes quieren clases privadas nivel avanzado los invitamos a que nos escriban directamente a nuestro correo electrónico intercambiodemusicaclasicapjf@gmail.com  

Para inscripciones y mas informaciones por favor visiten: 


   http://16thpanamajazzfestival2019.sched.com

Clases maestras 2019

 

Los invitamos a ser parte de nuestras clases maestras con los diferentes maestros del Intercambio de Música 2019, los estudiantes con nivel intermedio y avanzado podrán participar de ellos.

 
 

Alejandra Torres was the first female Latin American violinist to become a member of the prestigious Vienna Philharmonic, an orchestra famous for the unique beauty of its sound, setting it apart from all other such ensembles. Few women have been accepted as members.

Alejandra Torres is a graduated of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and the university of music and performing arts, Vienna, with distinction.

At the age of 13 she was a soloist with the Colombian Symphonic Orchestra. She has been a prize-winner in many competitions, both national and international, including the International Violin Contest held by the Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango in 1996, gaining second place and receiving an honorable mention for being the youngest participant at just 16 years old. In 1997 in the national competition “Colombia suena bien” organized by SONY MUSIC, she won the first prize in the “Best Classical Soloist“ category, together with her brother, the classical guitarist Oscar D ́Alberto Torres Gallego.

She had the opportunity to play in Teatro Colon de Colombia, Sala Luis Angel Arango, Wiener Staatsoper, Konzerthaus Wien, Wiener Musikverein, Münchner Philharmonie (Germany), Concertgebouw Amsterdam (Netherlands), Teatro alla Scala in Milan (Italy), Theatre des Champs-Èlysées (France), Alter Oper Frankfurt (Germany), Festspielhaus Baden-Baden (Germany), Stadtkasino Basel (Switzerland), Palais des Beaux Arts (Belgium), Am Gasteig (Germany ), Kölner Philharmonie (Germany), Odeon Of Herodes Atticus (Greece), Auditorium Giovanni Agnelli (Italy), Brucknerhaus Linz (Austria), St Peter ́s Basiica in Vatican City, etc.

Alejandra has the honor of being an International Volunteer at the renowned Jazz Festival in Panama, directed by Patricia Perez and her husband Danilo Perez. As part of the festival in 2018 there will be a Classic Music Exchange in which she will to take part.

By September of 2017 her new album “Renacer” will have been released. It will feature a number of world-famous artists (Roberto Quintero, Günther Brück and Peter Herbert). In 2018 Alejandra Torres was chosen to be one of Yamaha ́s artist and Thomastik Infeld artist.

Together with the Venezuelan percussionist and Grammy winner Roberto Quintero, Alejandra Torres is working on her new Album “ Las Cuatro Estaciones” featuring the music of Antonio Vivaldi. They will combine this majestic piece for violin and orchestra with African and Latin American rhythms as well as the magic of Roberto's multiple percussion sound. The Album will be released at the beginning of 2019. This Album is a celebration of 20 years of Alejandra ́s musical career in Europe.

VIOLIN

TOBIAS WERNER

CELLO

Tobias was the cellist in residence and co-artistic director at Garth Newel Music Center from 1999 until 2012.  

He is the music director at The Chamber Music Conference of the East, artistic director of Pressenda Chamber Players, and is an Arts for the Aging (AFTA) teaching artist.

He has performed at the Cape and Islands Chamber Music Festival, Villa Musica Mainz, the San Diego Chamber Music Workshop, the Vail Valley Bravo! Colorado Music Festival, the Maui Classical Music Festival, in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Strathmore Hall, the Phillips Collection, the Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the New York Society for Ethical Culture, and at Bargemusic. Tobias has appeared as soloist with orchestras in the US, France, Germany, and Romania, and recent performances have included the concertos of Dvorák, Elgar, Haydn, and Boccherini.

 

He has recorded on the ECM, Darbringhaus & Grimm, Bayer Records, and Orfeo labels. Recent CD releases include Piano Quartets by Mozart, Brahms, Dvorák, and Martinu with the Garth Newel Piano Quartet, the Suites for Unaccompanied Cello by J.S. Bach, and the Sonatas for Piano and Cello by Beethoven with Victor Asuncion.

 

Tobias studied at the Musikhochschule Freiburg in Germany, and at Boston University. His teachers have included Andrés Díaz, Christoph Henkel, and Xavier Gagnepain. He plays on an 1844 J.F. Pressenda cello.

JULIA CONNOR

VIOLIN

Violinist Julia Connor enjoys performing everything from baroque music on period instruments to new works by living composers to Irish fiddle tunes. Recent highlights include performances at (le) Poisson Rouge and the Metropolitan Museum of Art with the NEXT Festival of Emerging Artists (New York, NY), the Oregon Bach Festival (Eugene, Oregon), Jordan Hall (Boston, MA), and Clare FM radio (County Clare, Ireland).  She has also been a fellow at Spoleto Festival USA, the Oregon Bach Festival, American Bach Soloists Academy, and the Bowdoin International Music Festival.  She has participated in masterclasses with (among others) Rachel Podger, Tony Arnold, Robert Mealy, and Elizabeth Blumenstock.  In September, 2018 she was an artist in residence at PLAYA, an organization which explores intersections between art, music, and science in Summer Lake, Oregon.

Julia is co-founder of the Boston-based violin and piano duo Room to Spare, which creates and performs music that blends classical, jazz, folk, and improvisation.  The duo will be releasing their debut album in early 2019.

Julia holds bachelors degrees in violin performance and hispanic studies from the Oberlin College and Conservatory where she was a student of Milan Vitek and Marilyn McDonald.  She holds a master’s degree in violin performance from the New England Conservatory of Music, where she was a student of Paul Biss.

Julia Connor, violinista, disfruta tocar muchos géneros de música— música barroca en instrumentos históricos, obras nuevas por compositores vivos, y música irlandesa.  Ha tocado recientemente en (le) Poisson Rouge y el Museo de Arte Metropolitano (Nueva York, NY), Oregon Bach Festival (Eugene, OR, EEUU), Jordan Hall (Boston, MA), y Radio Clare FM (Irlanda).  También ha tocado en el festival Spoleto EEUU, la academia del orquesta American Bach Soloists, y el festival internacional de música Bowdoin.  Ha tocado en clínicas musicales por (entre otros) Rachel Podger, Tony Arnold, Robert Mealy, y Elizabeth Blumenstock.  En septiembre de 2018 fue artista en residencia en PLAYA, una organización que explora las intersecciones entre arte, música, y ciencia en Summer Lake, Oregon.  

Julia es co-fundadora del dúo Room to Spare, un grupo de violin y piano que crea y toca música original inspirada por música clásica, jazz, y tradiciones folclóricas.  El dúo lanzará su primer álbum en la primavera de 2019.

Julia es graduada del Oberlin College y Conservatorio, donde estudió violin y estudios hispánicos y fue estudiante de Milan Vitek y Marilyn McDonald.  Tiene su título de máster del New England Conservatory, donde fue estudiante de Paul Biss.

TANYA MAGGI

VIOLIN

Violist Tanya Maggi is an active musician, educator, and social activist living in Boston, Massachusetts.  Ms. Maggi currently serves as Dean of Community Engagement and Professional Studies at New England Conservatory, and directs NEC’s renowned Community Performances and Partnerships Program, a program she created in 2004.  Ms. Maggi has previously held positions with numerous orchestras and chamber ensembles around the United States, and was a member of the New World Symphony in Miami, Florida where she was awarded the distinguished prize of “Musician of the Year”.  A strong advocate and performer of new music, Ms. Maggi has collaborated with several contemporary music ensembles including New Gallery Concert Series, Dinosaur Annex (Boston), Music on the Edge (Pittsburgh) and Prism Projects (New York) and has been involved in contemporary music concerts under the direction of Oliver Knussen, Reinbert de Leeuw and John Adams.  She has also participated in numerous musical collaborations with organizations such as The Newport String Project, Avaloch Farm Institute, The Stone Mountain Arts Center, Salem Art Works, New Genre Festival, Mid-Western Theater Company, and the Harvard Middle Eastern Ensemble.  Committed to creating musical opportunities in her own neighborhood, Ms. Maggi is the founder and artistic director of the Hyde Park Neighborhood Concerts, a community-based collaborative concert series in Hyde Park, Massachusetts.

 

In addition to her work as a performer, Ms. Maggi is an internationally recognized arts educator and music activist, and has worked on community engagement projects around the globe to empower musicians and their communities. Recent projects have included collaborations with organizations such as the Perlman Music Program, the Panama Jazz Festival, the Daraja Music Initiative (Moshi Tanzania), the Haiti Music Project, and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute (Boston). She serves on numerous non-profit boards in the Boston area and nationally, and holds leadership certificates from the National Guild of Community Arts Education, and the Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership at Tufts University.  Ms. Maggi and her husband, cellist David Russell, reside in Hyde Park, Massachusetts with their two children.

 
Hands girl playing piano

“MUSIC EXPRESSES THAT WHICH CANNOT BE SAID AND ON WHICH IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BE SILENT”

"LA MÚSICA EXPRESA LO QUE NO PUEDE SER DICHO Y SOBRE EL CUAL ES IMPOSIBLE SILENCIARSE"

VICTOR HUGO

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