24. 07. 2007., 21:00 Umjetnički paviljon, Zagreb
ANTONIA LOGES, viola
JAVOR BRAČIĆ, piano
J. Nepomuk Hummel, F. Schubert, R. Clarke, V. Williams, H. Vieuxtemps, P. Hindemith
Antonia Loges (b. Hamburg, 1987) started learning the violin at a very early age and she was only seven when she
won her first of many subsequent awards at competitions of young musicians. At the age of eleven, she took the
entrance exam for the Mozarteum University. In 2002, she dedicated herself to violin studies and continued winning
numerous awards. Especially noteworthy was her absolute victory with the maximum score at the International
Youth Competition in Barletta, Italy. In the fall, 2006, she premiered Harmut Schmidt?s composition with the Trans ?
Orchester which the composer dedicated to her. In that same year she became a Menuhin Foundation Scholar as
one of the most talented young violinists in Europe.
Javor Bračić (b. Zagreb, 1985) is a student at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, studying in the class of
Karl-Heinz Kämmerling. During his music studies, he has attended master-classes delivered by distinguished artists
and teachers such as Dag Achatz, Peter Eicher, Diane Andersen, Albert Portugheisa, and several classes
delivered by Karl-Heinz Kämmerling. He attended in two EPTA conferences (Norway 1999, Hungary 2000),
participated in the 7th International ?Music. Youth. Hope.? Festival in Petrozavodsk in Russia 2002, and at the Darko
Lukić Memorial in Osijek. He has performed with the Zagreb Soloists, and has held recitals in Croatia, France, and
Germany. He has won a number of significant awards in Croatia, Italy, and Belgium, including the first prize at the
following competitions: Etudes and Scales (1998), Luigi Stramesi (2001), Les Rencontres des Jeunes Pianistes
(2001), Zlatko Grgošević Competition (2002), Rassegna Internazionale per giovani pianisti (2001), EMCY chamber
music competition (2002).