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Masterclass Historische Oboeninstrumente und Kammermusik mit Antoine Torunczyk

Wed, 29.09.2021, 10:00‒20:00  Uhr

Di, 28. September 2021
10:00—13:00 Uhr: Masterclass (Teil I)
14:30—17:30 Uhr: Masterclass (Teil II)
18:30—20:00 Uhr: Masterclass (Teil III)

Mi, 29. September 2021
10:00—13:00 Uhr: Masterclass (Teil IV)
14:30—17:30 Uhr: Masterclass (Teil V)
18:30 Uhr: Abschlusspräsentation

Antoine Torunczyk
Fascinated by eighteen century repertoire, Antoine Torunczyk soon specialized in early oboe performance practice, first in the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Lyon under guidance of Michel Henry, then in Amsterdam's Sweelinck Conservatorium, with Alfredo Bernardini. He graduated in 2000, and the same year he obtained the First Prize in the Baroque Oboe Competition in Halle (Germany).
Currently Principal Oboe in the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra as well as in Concerto Copenhagen, he frequently collaborates with many of the main period instruments orchestras in Europe. Antoine is also a very active chamber musician, and co-founder of l'Assemblée des Honnestes Curieux, winner of the Premio Bomporti Early Music Competition in Rovereto (Italy), as well as l'Accademia dei Dissonanti, together with musicians such as Sébastien Marq, Amandine Beyer, Javier Zafra, Tami Troman, Chiaopin Kuo.
He has been taking part in numerous recordings, as an orchestral player or as a chamber musician or soloist: Pierre Philidor Suites for oboe & BC (Zig Zag Territoires), Handel's sonatas of several parts (ZZT), Bach double concerto (with violin player Amandine Beyer) and concerto for oboe d'amore (Alpha)…
Antoine is very involved in pedagogy and is currently teaching early oboe in the Early Music Department of both Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP) and Paris Region Conservatory (CRR). He is webmaster of the Hautboy Companion, a pedagogical website about early oboe.

Wed, 29.09.2021, 10:00‒20:00  Uhr
Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien, Konzertsaal Singerstraße 26 1010 Wien
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Antoine Torunczyk © Helge Hansen
Antoine Torunczyk © Helge Hansen


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