“Silent Night!” – 2OO YEARS “Song of world peace“

200 years song of world peace This CD celebrates the anniversary in 2018, illustrating in music the story surrounding what is perhaps the loveliest – and certainly most famous – Christmas carol. The recordings were made in the places where Gruber and Mohr worked, where the carol originated, and from where it set out into the wide world. The CD includes not only…
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Radovan Vlatkovic

One of the leading instrumentalists of his generation, Radovan Vlatković has travelled the globe performing extensively as a soloist and popularising the horn as recording artist and teacher. Born in Zagreb in 1962 he completed his studies with Professor Prerad Detiček at the Zagreb Academy of Music and Professor Michael Höltzel at the Music Academy…
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Salzburg Mozart Quartet

With its individual style, the SALZBURG MOZART QUARTET, founded in autumn 1996, has made a name for itself as a first-class Mozart ensemble.
The ensemble has been strongly influenced through regular work with distinguished performers including Irena Grafenauer, Pepe Romero, Radovan Vlatkovic, Michael Martin Kofler, Milan Turkovic, Sergio Azzolini and the Vienna Boys' Choir.
CD recordings –…
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Julia Arsentjeva, Soprano

Julia Arsentjeva was born in Ulyanovsk, Russia, where she entered the College of Musical Education in 1986. At the same time, she attended a youth theatre studio, where she played various principal roles and received tuition in ballet. After graduating from the College in 1990, she worked as stage director and voice teacher in a…
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Matthias Michael Beckmann, 5 string Cello

Matthias Michael Beckmann ranks as a pioneer of the cello: playing a unique 5-stringed cello with a descant E string and a range of five octaves, he is the first musician to perform the entire cello repertoire from Bach to Gulda on a 5-stringed instrument. He is a founder-member of the SALZBURG MOZART QUARTET, with…
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Michael Martin Kofler, Flute

MICHAEL MARTIN KOFLER was born in Villach, Austria in 1966 and obtained a Flute Performance degree with distinction at the Vienna Musikhochschule under Werner Tripp and Wolfgang Schulz, as well as studying with Peter-Lukas Graf at the Basel Music Academy. In 1987 Sergiu Celibidache invited him to join the Münchner Philharmoniker as Principal Flute. He…
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