Data/Day: 13/05/2016
Ora/Time: 20:30
Location: Villa Vigoni


Ratimir Martinović (pianoforte)

Ratimir Martinović (pianoforte)
Slavic Inspiration

Marko Tajčević (1900-1984): Seven Balkan dances
Vasilije Mokranjac (1923-1984): The Fragments (1956)
Frederic Chopin (1810-1839): Scherzo no 2 B flat minor
Vasilije Mokranjac: Dances for piano (1950-1957)
Vasilije Mokranjac: Intimacies (Suite for solo piano) (1973)
Frederic Chopin: Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante op. 22

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La combinazione ideale di intelletto, tecnica e passione, la concentrazione e il controllo, straordinario potenziale dinamico, idee originali e le interpretazioni non convenzionali” danno a Ratimir Martinovic, per parola dei critici, uno dei luoghi più importanti tra i pianisti di sua generazione.

Nato a Kotor (Montenegro), si è laureato nel 1999 dalla classe di Kemal Gekic presso l’Accademia delle Arti di Novi Sad (Serbia). Attualmente Martinović lavora come professore ordinario di pianoforte presso l’Accademia di Belle Arti di Novi Sad.

Ha lavorato e avuto gli studi avanzati con pedagoghi ben noti e pianisti quali Ivo Pogorelich, Karl-Heinz Kammerling, Hiroko Nakamura, Jacques Rouvier, Arie Vardi, Sergio Perticaroli…

Da quando ha compiuto 12 anni ad oggi ha suonato in oltre settecento recital, concerti di musica da camera e con orchestra in quasi tutti i paesi europei, Stati Uniti, Messico, Canada, Argentina, Brasile, Corea del Sud, Cina, Giappone, Thailandia, Russia, Ucraina. Ha suonato a New York (Stern Auditorium alla Carnegie Hall), Roma (Auditorium Parco della Musica), Londra (St. John Smith Square, St. James Piccadilly), Shanghai (Centro di Arti Orientali), Praga (Rudolfinum, sala Smetana) , Taipei (Sala del Teatro Nazionale), Toronto (Glenn Gould Studio), Zagabria (sala Lisinski), Belgrado (Centro Sava, sala Kolarac), così come a Montreal, Mosca, Lisbona, Praga, Buenos Aires, Barcellona, ​​Salisburgo, Vancouver, Kansas City, Heidelberg, Bari, San Pietroburgo, Tokyo, Fukuoka, Pechino, Helsinki, Firenze, Tubingen, Montpellier, Granada…

Martinović suona come solista con orchestre come la Orchestra Sinfonica di Berlino, Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra, Mexico State Symphony Orchestra, Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vogtland Filarmonica, Thailandia Philharmonic, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Plovdiv Orchestra Sinfonica di Stato, Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, North Czech Symphony Orchestra, Filarmonica di Belgrado, Radio-Televison Serbia Symphony Orchestra così come orchestre da camera strega come la “Viotti” Orchestra, Kaliningrad Chamber Symphony, Archi di St. Georg, Giovani Solisti Europei, L’Orchestra del North Shore e tanti altri.

Suona in festival come il Festival di Granada (Spagna), Festival delle Nazioni (Roma), Festival Internazionale (Ushuaia, Argentina), Ljubljana Festival (Slovenia), Sarajevo inverno (Bosnia-Erzegovina), Ohrid Summer Festival (Macedonia), Sant Pere de Rodes (Spagna), ecc.

Martinović ha inciso due CD con le opere di Bach / Tausing, Mozart, Chopin, Brahms, Prokofiev e Bach.

È il vincitore di numerosi premi nazionali e internazionali anche se dopo pochi anni Ratimir Martinović si è ritirato dalla scena della concorrenza, dedicando il suo tempo ai concerti e all’insegnamento.

Martinović è il fondatore e membro del KotorArt Trio. Ha anche suonato musica da camera con violoncellisti Misha Maisky e Kirill Rodin, tra gli altri.

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»The ideal combination of intellect, technique and passion, refinement of touch, perfect technique, concentration and control, exceptional dynamic potential, original ideas and unconventional interpretations« give Ratimir Martinović, by the critics’ words, one of the leading places among pianists of his generation.

Born in Kotor (Montenegro), he graduated in 1999 from the class of Kemal Gekić at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (Serbia), playing in one night Bach’s »Goldberg Variations«, Beethoven’s »Hammerklavier Sonata«, Chopin’s Four Ballades, and Prokofiev’s «Toccata«, to great critical aclaim. He received his Masters degree, playing an all Bach program.

At present, Martinović works as Full professor of piano at the Academy of Arts.

He has worked and had advanced studies with well-known pedagogues and pianists such as Ivo Pogorelich, Karl-Heinz Kammerling, Hiroko Nakamura, Jacques Rouvier, Arie Vardi, Sergio Perticaroli and many others.

Since his twelfth year he has played in over seven hundred recitals, chamber music concerts as well as with orchestra in almost all European countries, United States, Mexico, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, China, Japan, Thailand, Russia, Ukraine and elswehere. He has played in New York (Stern Auditorium at Carnegie hall), Rome (Auditorium Parco della Musica), London (St. John Smith Square, St. James Piccadilly), Shanghai (Oriental Art Centre), Prague (Rudolfinum, Smetana hall), Taipei (Hall of the National theater), Toronto (Glenn Gould Studio), Zagreb (Lisinski hall), Belgrade (Sava centre, Kolarac hall) as well as in Montreal, Moscow, Lisbon, Prague, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Salzburg, Vancouver, Kansas City, Heidelberg, Bari, St. Petersbourg, Tokyo, Fukuoka, Beijing, Helsinki, Florence, Tubingen, Montpellier, Granada, Vicenza..

Martinović plays as soloist with orchestras such as the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra, Mexico State Symphony Orchestra , Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vogtland Philharmonic, Thailand Philharmonic, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Plovdiv State Symphony Orchestra, Macedonian Philharmonic orchestra, North Czech Symphony Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic, Radio-Televison Serbia Symphony Orchestra as well as witch chamber orchestras such as „Viotti“ Orchestra, Kaliningrad Chamber Symphony, St. Georg’s Strings, Young European Soloists, The Orchestra of the North Shore and many others.

He plays at festivals such as Granada Festival (Spain), Festival of the Nations (Rome), International Festival (Ushuaia, Argentina), Ljubljana Festival (Slovenia), Sarajevo winter (Bosnia&Herzegovina), Ohrid Summer Festival (Macedonia), Sant Pere de Rodes (Spain), Evenings at St. Donat (Croatia)…

Martinović has recorded two CDs with the works by Bach/Tausing, Mozart, Chopin, Brahms, Prokofiev and Bach’s »Goldberg variations«.

He is the winner of many domestic and international awards and tributes.
After initial successes in piano competitions at very early age, Ratimir Martinović withdrew from the competition scene, devoting his time to playing concerts and teaching.

Martinović is the founder and member of KotorArt Trio, together with violinist Roman Simovic (concert-master of London Symphony Orchestra) and clarinetist Aleksandar Tasic (solo clarinetist of the Verbier Festival Orchestra). He has also played chamber music with cellists Misha Maisky and Kirill Rodin, among others.

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