Concerts:30.08.2013 - 21:00
Byzantine & Christian Museum
04.09.2013 - 21:00
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Anthi Diamantopoulou - Soprano
born in Athens, studied clasical singing and piano in the National Conservatory in Athens
(diploma in singing with excellent grade and honours, singing class of prof. I. Troussa).
Since 2011 she is focusing on the Historicaly Informed Performance of European Renaissance
and Barock Music, in the Academy of Early Music in Bremen, Germany (singing class of Harry
van der Kamp and Gemma Bertagnolli), as a scholarship recipient of the A. Onassis Foundation.
She has attended mastercourses in singing by A. Kontogeorgiou (Oratorio-Lied), S. Kechulious, N. Sharp, K. Schoch, H. van der Kamp. She gives performances in Europe. Anthi is also an Archaeologist and Historian of Art (bachelor, and master of “Cultural Heritage Management” of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and Humboldt University of Berlin) and strives to combine Music and Archaeology in research (member of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology).
Victoria Kuriloff - Transverse Flute
born in Lviv (Western Ukraine), studied modern traverso flute with a master in chamber music.
She has attended masterclasses by Karl Kaiser, Norbert Rodenkirchen, Christian Gurtner, William Dickinson,
Liane Ehlich, Kerstin de Witt. Victoria is a member of the INSO-Lwiw Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestra
of the National Opera of Lwiw. She participates in international Festivals and tournees with Orchestras
and ensembles of chamber music giving concerts.
Since 2010 Victoria is specialising in traverso flute in the Academy of Early Music in Bremen and is teaching. In addition to Early Music she is engaged in Musikvermittlung and experimentall projects with classical persian and traditionall irish music.
Katerina Kuzminykh - Viola da Gamba
born in Sibyria, studied violoncello in Novosibirsk. She attended masterclasses by Paolo Biordi (Firenze), Barthold Kuijken (Brussels), Vittorio Ghielmi (Salzburg). Katerina worked in the Orchestra "Musica Aeterna" (Director: Theodor Kurrentzis) as lead of the violoncello group and in the early music ensemble "Insula Magica", playing viola da gamba. Presently Katerina gives her artistry in the viola da gamba a final touch with the well known prof. Hille Perl in the Academy of Early Music of Bremen and gives concerts in Europe.
Petra Schneider - Lute
initially studied classical guitar and music theory in Frankfurt and Stuttgart. Driven by her interest in the music of the sixteenth and seventeenth century, she began playing historical plucked string instruments. She studied lute, theorbo and baroque guitar with Julian Behr at the Nuremberg Conservatory and received a master's degree with Joachim Held and Simon Linné at the Academy of Early Music of Bremen, Germany. Master classes with Paul o' Dette, Hopkinson Smith, Nigel North and Rosario Conte complemented and enriched her musical education.