Data/Day: 25/05/2016
Ora/Time: 20:30
Location: Salone Enrico Musa


Oliver Lakota (tromba) Robert Lehrbaumer (organo)

Oliver Lakota (tromba)
Robert Lehrbaumer (organo)

Theo Charlier: Solo de Concours per tromba e pianoforte

Ludwig va Beethoven: Sonate “Pathètique” c minor op. 13 (I. Grave – Allegro di molto e con brio, II. Adagio cantabile, III. Rondo: Allegro)

Alexander Arutjunjan: Trumpet Concert per tromba e pianoforte

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Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise per tromba e pianoforte

Frèdèrich Chopin: Ballade No. 1 g minor

Gabriel Parès: Fantasie-Caprice per tromba e pianoforte

Franz Schubert: Impromptu A flat major op. 90/4

John Hartmann: Fantasia Brilliante on the Air „Rule Britannia“ per tromba e pianoforte

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Nato a Passau (Germania) Oliver Lakota ha studiato al Conservatorio “Bruckner” di Linz con il Prof. Franz Veigl, dove si è diplomato nel 1994. Successivamente, si è perfezionato con Bo Nilsson a Malmö (Svezia) ed ha preso parte a numerose Masterclasses, fra cui i “Giorni di perfezionamento Internazionale di Tromba” a Brema.

Dal 1997 al 2001 ha completato i suoi studi alla “Hochschule für Künste” di Brema, ottenendo il diploma artistico sotto la guida del Prof. Otto Sauter.

Ha svolto un’intensa attività artistica in Messico ed in tutta Europa (Italia, Francia, Austria, Spagna, Germania, Romania e Serbia), esibendosi come solista con diverse orchestre, tra le quali ricordiamo la “Cappella Istropolitana”, la “Camerata Wratislavia”, l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Stato di Oradea, l’Orchestra da Camera Femminile Austriaca, l’Orchestra Filarmonica Boema, l’Orchestra Sinfonica UANL in Messico, la Filarmonica da Camera di Novi Sad e l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Brasov in Romania.

In qualità di solista ha collaborato con vari Direttori d’orchestra, fra cui Ernest Hoetzl (Klagenfurt), Robert Lehrbaumer (Vienna), Erwin Acel (Oradea, Romania), Kaspar Zehnder (Berna), Volker Schmidt-Gertenbach (Berlino), Felix Carrasco (Monterrey, Messico), Daniel Schweitzer (Zurigo), ecc.

Ha entusiasmato il pubblico in occasione di numerosi concerti tenuti in tutta Europa, nell’ambito di vari festival, quali il Festival Viennese “New Classix”, i “Concerti in Castello” di Vienna, l’Ost-West-Musikfest (Austria), il Festival di Noto, “Il Suono dell’Anima” di Firenze, il “Festval de Música d’Altafulla” in Spagna e i “Bad Füssinger Kirchenkonzerte” in Germania.

Attualmente si dedica all’attività solistica e da camera, in duo con pianoforte e organo. I suoi partner abituali sono Robert Lehrbaumer (Vienna), Stefan Kießling (Lipsia), Veronika Böhmova (Praga) e Ludwig Ruckdeschel (Passau).

Robert Lehrbaumer è uno degli interpreti più importanti dell’Austria, celebrato direttore d’orchestra, pianista e organista. Nato a Vienna, Robert Lehrbaumer ha iniziato la sua carriera all’età di 9 anni esibendosi come pianista in Austria, Germania e Svizzera. Da allora varie tournèe lo hanno portato in quasi tutti i paesi europei, nel Nord, Centro e Sud America, in Medio Oriente, Sud-Est asiatico, e in Giappone, ed è stato invitato ad esibirsi nelle sale più importanti del mondo, dal Musikverein di Vienna und Konzerthaus alla Carnegie Hall di New York e Tokyo Suntory Hall.
A soli 11 anni, ha avuto la sua prima esibizione come solista con orchestra e
da allora ha tenuto concerti come pianista, come organista e / o come direttore d’orchestra con la Filarmonica di Vienna, la Vienna Symphony Orchestra, il Vi-enna Radio Symphonic Orchestra, l’Orchestra Bruckner di Linz, l’Orchestra Mozarteum di Salisburgo, e varie orchestre in Germania, Svizzera, Francia, Italia, Ungheria, Slovacchia, Romania e nei paesi di America e Asia. Come solista ha suonato sotto la direzione di direttori quali Claudio Abbado, Yehudi Menuhin, Sandor Vegh, André Previn, Michel Plasson, Leopold Hager, Hans Graf …
È risultato vincitore in numerosi concorsi di pianoforte e organo, in particolare il Ginevra 1985, e borse di studio da parte Boesendorfer e l’Alban Berg Stiftung.
Sempre come solista ha suonato sotto la direzione di direttori quali Claudio Abbado, Yehudi Menuhin, Sandor Vegh, André Previn, Michel Plasson, Leopold Hager, Hans Graf. Ha avuto collaborazioni musicali con vari artisti fra i quali il violinistaleggenda Wolfgang Schneiderhan, i pianisti Friedrich Gulda, Philippe Entremont, etc… Robert Lehrbaumer svolge la sua carriera anche come direttore d’orchestra e come organista ed in tale veste ha inoltre partecipato a numerosi festival, come il Festival di Vienna, Festival di Salisburgo, Brucknerfest / Linz, Estate Carinziana / Ossiach, Bregenz Spring, Lucerna Music Festival, il Norimberga Organo-Week, Slovacchia Primavera-Festival, Schubert-Festival/Washington DC, Festival Cervantino
Messico .Robert Lehrbaumer ha effettuato registrazioni per la radio e la TV, LP e CD (Sony, RCA-Ariola Red Label Seal, Amadeo, ORF, Belvedere, CNM, Dreiser Records, MSR. Insegna ai corsi di master internazionali in Austria e all’estero e tiene corsi di perfezionamento presso università, licei e scuole in Europa, Stati Uniti, Messico e Asia ed è in possesso di un masterclass in una delle Vienna conservatories.
Ha lavorato come membro e presidente di giurie di concorsi internazionali.

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Oliver Lakota was born in Passau. He studied at the Anton Bruckner University Linz and later with Bo Nilsson in Malmö (Sweden). He deepened his studies at numerous concerts and took part in another program at the University of the Arts in Bremen with famous Baroque virtuoso Otto Sauter. Since 2001 intensive soloist throughout Germany, Italy, France, Austria, Spain, Romania, Serbia, Mexico, Japan and Turkey.

During his tour he performs with orchestras of reputation such as the Radio Symphony Orchestra Pilsen, the “Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México”, the famous “Cappella Istropolitana”, the “Camerata Wratislavia”, the Philharmonic Orchestras of Oradea and Brasov, the Mexican Orquestra Sinfónica UANL in Monterrey, the Russian Academic Symphony Voronezh Orchestra, the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the “Vienna International Orchestra”, and several times in gala concerts of the Master Concerts St. Pölten, the Tyrolean autumn winds, or the famous “Festival international de Órgano de Morelia” in Mexico.
Oliver Lakota has been invited for years to many international music festivals to Showcase his baroque, classical and contemporary repertoire to a wide audience. He is a regular guest at the “Halbturner Schlosskonzerte”, in “Music & Arts Festival” in Baden Württemberg, the Märkischen Music Festival in Potsdam, the Festival “Piano echoes” in Piemont or in the context of church concert series in the church of Saint Martin in Paris, the Epiphany Church Dresden and in Passau Cathedral St. Stephan.
Annual concerts in Japan with the known classical multi-artist Robert Lehrbaumer from Vienna have nearly become confirmed habit.
A very successful chamber music collaboration, which was presented to the public in numerous concerts throughout Europe, was created by the highly talented pianist Veronika Böhmova of Praha.
In 2014, Oliver Lakota made his debut in the United States at Carnegie Hall in New York. In his home town of Passau, he performed as a soloist for the first time within the framework of the festival “European Weeks Passau”, in association with the Radio Symphony Orchestra Pilsen.
Oliver Lakota is also in demand as a soloist in contemporary music and their world premieres. The Viennese composer Johann Simon Kreuzpointner composed several works for him – e.g. a three-movement sonata for trumpet and organ, the Sonata “porta itineri longissima est”.

Robert Lehrbaumer, born in Vienna, Robert Lehrbaumer started his career at the age of 9 when he made his appearance as a pianist in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Since then, concert tours have brought him, later also as a conductor and as an organist, to almost all European countries and capitals, to North, Central and South America, to the Near East, South-East Asia, Korea, and Japan, in famous locations from Viennas Musikverein and Konzerthaus to New York’s Carnegie-Hall and Tokyo’s Suntory Hall and Casals Hall.
Robert Lehrbaumer began to study piano at the age of six. From 8 to 13 he was a member of the Mozart Boys Choir. Two years later, he entered the Vienna University of Music and Dramatic Art to study piano with Gertrud Schwarzbauer and Hermann Schwertmann (a student of the Liszt-student Emil von Sauer, which makes Robert Lehrbaumer being a follower of Franz Liszt, Carl Czerny, Ludwig Beethoven and Joseph Haydn) and Heinz Medjimorec, organ with Rudolf Scholz, conducting with Otmar Suitner and composing with Thomas Christian David.
Prizes in numerous competitions, especially Geneva 1985, and scholarships by Bösendorfer and the Alban Berg Stiftung distinguished the young interpreter.
When he was 11, he had his first appearance as a soloist with orchestras and has since performed concerts – either as a soloist or as a conductor or both – with the Vienna Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Radio Symphonic Orchestra, the Bruckner Orchestra/Linz the Mozarteum Orchestra/Salzburg, the Camerata Salzburg, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble “die reihe” and with many foreign orchestras – when appearing as a soloist – also under the baton of conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Yehudi Menuhin, Sandor Végh, André Previn, Leopold Hager …
Musical partnerships with Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Anton Dermota, Walter Berry, Angelika Kirchschlager, Martha Argerich, Bo Skovhus, Friedrich Gulda, Rudolf Schock, Philippe Entremont and others.
Robert Lehrbaumer pursued his careers as an organist and as a pianist and as a conductor simultaneously. His special piano-organ-recitals, also with orchestras, are very popular events for which he gets rave reviews.
He has participated in numerous festivals such as the Vienna Festival, Salzburg Festival, Brucknerfest/Linz, Carinthian Summer/Ossiach, Bregenz Spring, Luzern Music Festival, the Nuremberg Organ-Week, Slovakia Spring-Festival, Schubert-Festival/Washington D.C., Festival Cervantino/ Mexico, Martha Argerich Festival Japan.
At the age of 25, he played a solo-recital in the cycle “Master-Soloists” in the Vienna Konzerthaus, together with Abbado, Sinopoli, Previn, Caballe, Brendel.
Lehrbaumer is specialized in performing the repertoire of Schubert and the Viennese “Klassik” as well as works of the late Romantic period. He is also interpreter of contemporary (often Jazz-influenced) music, several dedicated to him (Christoph Cech, Gottfried von Einem, Paul Kont, Ernst Ludwig Leitner, Roberto Pintos, Thomas Daniel Schlee, Robert Schollum, Shih u.a.).
In addition, Robert Lehrbaumer has made recordings for radio and TV stations, LP and CD (Sony, RCA-Ariola/Red Seal, Amadeo, ORF, Belvedere, KKM, Preiser Records); he has starred in films and videos.
He teaches at international master courses in Austria and abroad and has been teaching at the University of Music in Vienna and at Universities in USA and Mexico and Asia. He teaches regularly at one of Vienna’s Conservatories – his students are prize-winners of international competitions. He is also member and president of international competitions’ juries.
When conducting orchestras, Robert Lehrbaumer often is performing both as conductor and pianist/organist in works of Haendel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Gershwin, Poulenc.
Robert Lehrbaumer has been awarded the honorary title “Professor” by the Austrian Federal President in December 2014.

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Oliver Lakota (tromba) Robert Lehrbaumer (organo)