PROGRAM OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL JSFest 2018

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC COMPETITION
MARTIN KIRKKO, Huovinkatu 5, Turku
17.11.2018
COMPETITION, CATEGORIES A1-A4, AT 9.30-12.10
COMPETITION, CATEGORIES B1-B4, AT 13.25-16.25
COMPETITION, CATEGORIES, F1-F4, G0-G3, I2-I4, AT 17.35-19.30
COMPETITION, CATEGORIES D3, AT 19.50-20.15


Сategories: A1-A4:  9.30-12.10
A1 
1. Varvara Pochtar, Ryazan, Russia (piano)
   1. Jean Sibelius, The Sapin, op.75, № 5, 3:20
   2. Jean Sibelius, Etude, Op. 76, № 2, 1:50
2. Ekaterina Butyrina, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1. Ян Сибелиус, ”Эскиз”, 1:30 
   2. Дмитрий Шостакович, ”Полька”, 3:45
3. Evelina Vitkovskaia, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1.  Ян Сибелиус, ”Ель” ор. 75 No 5, 2:40
   2.  Ференц Лист, Концертный этюд «Хоровод гномов», 3:40
4. Leia Khanzarova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1. Ян Сибелиус, ”Минуэт”, 2:20
   2 .Ференц Лист, ”Юношеский этюд” d-moll, 1:00 
5. Agniia Ksovreli, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1. Ян Сибелиус, ”Песня без слов”, 1:40
   2. Эдвард Григ, ”Менуэт старой бабушки”, 1:30
6. Karoliina Kuppart, Rae vald, Estonia (violin)
   1. Jean Sibelius, “Romance” op 78 nr. 2, 3:16
   2. János Bihari / Miska Borzó, “Csardas” in A minor, 2:40

 

A2 
7. Vitaly Nikanov, Moscow, Russia (piano)

   1. Jean Sibelius, “Etude” op 76 № 2, 1:30
   2. Sergei Rachmaninoff, “Polichinelle”, 3:30
8. Kirill Korovin, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (violin)
   1. Jean Sibelius, “Nocturne”, 3:10
   2. Pablo De Sarasate, “Andalusian romance”, 4:04
9. Natalia Medvedeva, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1. Я. Сибелиус, ”Романс”, Ор.24, No 9, 3:30
   2. Ф. Шуберт, ”Экспромт”, Ges-dur. Op 90, N2, 4:30
10. Ekaterina Mazhara, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1. Ян Сибелиус, ”Баркаролла” ор 24 No 10, 3:40
   2. Клод Дебюсси ”Арабеска” No 1, 4:00
11. Erik Khanzarov,  Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)
   1. Ян Сибелиус, ”Экспромт” ор. 24 No 1, 3:40
   2. Ференц Лист, ”Охота” (По Паганини), 2:50

 

A3 
12. Catherine Mikheeva, Moscow, Russia (piano)

   1. Frederic Chopin, Scherzo No.2, 9:30
   2.  Jean Sibelius, Expromt No.5, 3:40
13. Grigorii Grachev, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)
   1. Jean Sibelius, “Souvenir” op.79 No.1, 5:00
   2. Dmitri Shostakovich, 4 Preludes for Violin and Piano, Op.34, 5:00

 

A4 
14. Elizaveta Surovtseva, Moscow, Russia (piano)

   1. Jean Sibelius, 5 pieces op 85, 11:00
   2. Johannes Brahms, “Intermezzo ” op.76 № 4, 3:50
15. Polina Borisova, Moscow, Russia (violin)  (acc. Anton Koval)
   1. J.Sibelius, Nocturne op. 51 №3,  3:30
   2. P.Vladiɡerov, Bulgarian Rhapsody Vardar op.16, 8:00
16. Aleksei Severinov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar)
   1. J.Sibelius, The Spruce op.75-5, 4:00
   2. A. Tansman, Variations sur un thee de Scriabine, 9:20
17. Tuomas Nikkanen, Hämeenlinna, Finland (piano) 
   1. Pjotr Tsaikovski: Capriccio, op.8, 3:50
   2. Jean Sibelius: Romance Des-duuri, op.24 nr.9, 4:44


Сategories B1-B4,  13.25-16.25
B1 
1. Elena Orishak, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp)

   1. Johann Baptist Krumpholz, Sonata B-dur, Part 1, 4:00
   2. Mikhail Mchedelov, Alyonushka, 4:00
2. Aliina Pirttikangas,  Kankaanpää, Finland (violin) (acc. Anton Koval)
   1. F.Francoeur-F.Kreisler, Sicilienne et riɡaudon, 5:00
   2. T.Kuula, Scherzino op.3a/5, 2:00
3. Ursula Melsas, Tallinn, Estonia (violin)
   1. Henri Wieniawski, “Mazurka Obertass” op 19.1, 2:50 
   2. Georg Philip Telemann, Fantasia No 7 I&II part, 4:30

 

B2 
4. Regina Abzalimova, Ufa, Russia (piano)

   1. E. Grig, Tetrad'' ”Liricheskie pjesi”8, “Svadebnii den' v Trol'dhaugene”,

        5:30
   2. F. Mendelson, Pesni bez slov, Pesnja venetsianskogo gondoljera,

        op.30, n.6,  Fis-moll, 2:30
5. Maya Kazarina, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar)
   1. F. Tarrega ”Recuerdes de la Alhambra, 3:55
   2. A. York, “Sunburst”, 4:05
6. Ingmar Erik Kiviloo,Tallinn, Estonia (violin)
   1. Niccoli Paganini ”Cantabile”, 3:15
   2. Grigoras Dinicu, “Hora Staccato”, 2:15

 

B3 
7. Balázs Német, Hungary,  Budapest (violoncello) (acc. Anton Koval)

   1. Anton Arensky, Chanson triste, 4:20
   2. David Popper, Hungarian rapsody, 8:30,
8. Eva Klets, Russia,  Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp)
   1. M.Tourne, The Etude, 5:00
   2. J.Dussek, The Sonate, 10:00
9. Elena Berg, Moscow, Russia, (violin)
   1. К.Сен-Санс "Пляска смерти", 8:30
   2. С.Прокофьев, Андантино из цикла "Сказки старой бабушки", 2:00
10. Anastasia Litvinova, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (violin)
   1. Delphin Arald, ”Fantaisie La Traviata”, 11:00
   2. Sergei Rahmaninoff (S. Dushkin), “Gypsies’ Dance”, 4:00
11. Aleksandra Kharinova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)
   1. Mannuel de Falia, ”Spanish dance”, 05:00
   2. Dmitry Shostakovich “Preludes N 2,5,8,9,10 from the cycle”
     “10 preludes for violin”, 10:00
12. Ivet Maria Borrego Karbonel, Moscow, Russia (violin)
   1. И.С.Бах, ”Сицилиана и престо из монеты для скрипки cоло No 1” 5:10
   2. Паганини “Каприс No 19”, 3:08
13. Georgii Kazimirov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)
   1. F. Kreisler, Prelude and Allegro in the style of Pugnani, 6:11
   2. H. Vieuxtemps, “Rondino”, oh. 32, 5:20
14. Ella Kraatari, Rovaniemi,  Finland (piano)
   1. Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonaatti c-molli op. 10 nro 1; I osa Allegro con brio,

       5:00
   2. Einojuhani Rautavaara: "The Baptism of Christ" from Icons op. 6, 4:00

B4 
15. Liubov Kozlova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

   1. Sergei Rachmaninoff, Moment Musical op.16 № 2, es – moll, 5:00
   2. Pierre Sancan, Toccata, 4:00
16. Aleksei Severinov, Sain-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar) (add. kateg)
   1. D. Scarlatti, Sonata op 409, 3:30
   2. J.Rodrigo, Tres piezas espanolas, 12.00


Сategories: F1-F4, G0-G3, I2-I4:  17.35-19.30
F1 
1. Anton Khromov, Moskow, Russia (bayan)

   1. Р.Шуман, Мелодия, 1:30
   2. К.Гаврилин, "Детская сюита" в 2-х частях (Каприччо,Галоп) 4:00

F2 
2. Matvey Khromov, Moskow, Russia (bayan)

   1. А.Вивальди, Сицилиана, 2:00
   2. А.Чёрный – В. Мирзоев, Тарантелла, 4:30

F4 
3. Anton Trufanov, Vologda, Russia (harmonic)

   1. E.Derbenko, Fantasy on the theme “Padespan”, 4:00
   2. E.Derbenko, Variations on_the theme “Ochi chornye”, 3:30
    
G0 
4. Duet Elena and Alexandra Orishak, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp and clarinet)

1. George Frideric Handel, Aria from: "Rinaldo", 4:00
2. Anonymous, English ca.1600 (Harp by Dewey Owens, clarinet by L.Fleury), Greensleeves Variations, 6:00

G1 
5. Trio Heikkilä Oili (violin) (age 13), Elsa-Vilja (cello) (age 15), Lieko (piano)     (age 12), Mikkeli, Finland

   1. Jean Sibelius, Polonaise, 5:50
   2. Gabriel Fauré, Scilienne, 4:00
6. Magic Strings violin trio, Tallinn, Estonia, Karoliina Kuppart(11), Ursula Melsas(11), Ingmar Erik Kiviloo(14) ) (addit. category) 
   1. Joseph Hellmesberger, “Serenade”, 4:00
   2. Michael McLean, “Csardash”, 3:30
7. Duet Kannelforss, Forssa, Finland (age 12-15) (kantele).
   1. Sami Kangasharsju, Espanjalainen aamusoitto, 4:30
   2. Lasse Månsson, sov. "Kannelforss", Myrskyluodon Maija, 4:30

G2 
8. TRIO Li Cheng (clarinet), Chen Haolei (clarinet), Liudmila Kim (piano), China/ St.Petersburg, Russia, 

   1. Bernhard Henrik Crusell, Andante and Allegro, 5:00
   2. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Konzertstuck No.2 (I part), 3:00

G3 
9. Matvey Khromov (bayan (button accordion)), Elena Nazarenko (piano), Moscow, Russia, 

   1. И.С.Бах, "Хоральная Прелюдия", 2:00
   2. В. Меркушин, "Концертный триптих", 8:00
   
I2 
10. Susanna Liisa Onoper, Tallinn, Estonia (piano)

   1. Eduard Tubin, Hällilaul, 3:00
   2. Mart Saar, Kalamehe mõrsja, 1:30

I4
11. Yana Schwarz, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

   1. Giuseppe Verdi, Bolero di Elena dall’ opera “I Vespri Siciliani”
   2. Franz Schubert, “Frühlingssehnsucht”
   3. Pyotr Iliych Tchaikovsky, “Kukushka”

 

Category D3, 19.50-20.15
D3 - organ
1. Irina Kozlova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (organ)

   1. Nicolaus Bruhns, ”Praeludium in ɡ”, 4:50
   2. Leon Boellmann , Priére à Notre-Dame and Toccata from Suite Gotique op. 25, 8:55
2. Tatiana Gurbaeva, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (organ)
   1. G. Muffat, “Toccata duodecima et ultima”, 6:30
   2. F. Mendelssohn, ”Organ sonata IV B-dur” part 1 op.65, 4:00  

  
 

PROGRAM OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL JSFest 2018 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC COMPETITION
MARTIN KIRKKO, Huovinkatu 5, Turku
18.11.2018
COMPETITION, Сategories E1-E3, Н, C6,  13.45-15.35


Category E: 
E1 
1. Alexandra Orishak Saint-Petersburg, Russia (clarinet)

   1. Edward Grieg, Album-Leaf from: Lyric Pieces, op. 12, 4:00
   2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, March of the Priests from: The Magic Flute, 4:00

E2 
2. Maria Sokolova, Moscow, Russia (flute)  (acc. A.Koval)

   1. Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata for flute C dur 1,2 part, 4:00
   2. Edvard Hagerup Grieg, Morning Mood, 4:00

3. Aleksandr Lebedev, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (сlarinet)
   1. Edvard Grieg, “Lyrical pieces op. 43”, 2:00
   2. Charles-Camille Saint-Saens, “Sonate op.167 IV part.”, 6:00 

4. Jakub Kusior, Kraków, Poland (сlarinet)
   1. Carl Nielsen, Fantasy for clarinet and piano, 3:30
   2. Karl Schütte, Instructive variation=nen für klarinette und clavier, 4:30 

E3 
5. Anton Zhulev, Belgorod, Russia (flute)

   1. Carl Nielsen, Flute concerto, one movement, 11:00
   2. F. Kreisler, Sicilienne and Rigaudon in style of Francoeur 4:00

6. Michał JANIA, Mszana Górna, Poland, (clarinet)
   1. Bernhard Henrik Crusell, Introduktion et Air Suedois Varie, 8:00
   2. Charles Marie Widor, Introduktion et Rondo, op.72, 7:00

 

Category H:
H1 
7. Chamber Orchestra Armonico, Riga, Latvia (violin, violoncello)

   1. Antonin Dvorâk, “Serenada” op.22, 1st movement Moderato, 4:50
   2. Jekabs Medins, “Legenda”, 6:30

C6 
8. Piano Duo Silja Han & Ksenia Bullat, Rovaniemi,  Finland (piano)

   1. Toivo Kuula, Wedding March, 4:00
   2. Edwarg Grieg, Morning Mood, 4:00

PROGRAM OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL JSFest 2018 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC COMPETITION

MARTIN KIRKKO, Huovinkatu 5, Turku

18.11.2018

FINAL COMPETITION,

CATEGORIES A3-A4, B3-B4, F4, G2-G3, I2-I4,

D3,E3, C7, AT 14.20-15.50

 

Categories: A3-A4:

A3 of age 16-20

1. Catherine Mikheeva, Moscow, Russia (piano)

    1. Jean Sibelius, Caprice No.3 Op.24, 3:00 

2. Grigorii Grachev, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)

    1. Sibelius, Mazurka, op.81, no.1, 2:33 (2 tour),

 

A4 of age over 20 years old

3. Elizaveta Surovtseva, Moscow, Russia (piano)

    1. Jean Sibelius, 4 lyrical pieces op. 74, 12:00 

4. Polina Borisova, Moscow, Russia (violin) (acc. A. Koval)

    1. J.Sibelius, Violin Concerto op.47 1 mov., 12:00 

5. Aleksei Severinov, Sain-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar)

    1. J.Sibelius, Valse triste, 6:00 

6. Tuomas Nikkanen, Hämeenlinna, Finland (piano)

     1. Jean Sibelius: Finlandia, op.26, 8:33 

 

Categories B3-B4,

 

B3 of age 16-20

7. Balázs Német, Hungary, Budapest (violoncello)

     (without accompanist A.Koval)

     1. Jean Sibelius, Theme and variations for solo cello, 7:30 

8. Eva Klets, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (harp)

     1. J.Sibelius, The Romanse, 5:00 

9. Elena Berg, Moscow, Russia, (violin)

     1. Я.Сибелиус Ноктюрн из драмы Пир Валтасара, 4:00 

10. Anna Kim, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (violin)

      1. Jean Sibelius, ”Mazurka”, 2:33 

11. Anastasia Litvinova, Saint-Peterburg, Russia (violin)

      1. Jean Sibelius, Grave Op.2, 5:00 

12. Aleksandra Kharinova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)

      1. Jean Sibelius, «Новелетта» для скрипки и фортепиано. 3:00 

13. Ivet Maria Borrego Karbonel, Moscow, Russia (violin)

      1. Ян Сибелиус, "Новелетта" Я.Сибелиуса, 3:00 

14. Georgii Kazimirov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (violin)

      1. J.Sibelius, Serenade No 1 for violin and orchestra.

       cit.69A, 7:30 

 

B4 of age over 20 years old

15. Liubov Kozlova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

       1. J. Sibelius, Ten Pieces Op. 58 No.1 Rêverie, 4:00 

16. Aleksei Severinov, Sain-Petersburg, Russia (classical guitar)

       (add. kateg)

       1. J.Sibelius, Valse triste, 6:00,

 

Categories: F3-F4, G0-G3, I2-I4:

 

F4 of age over 20 years old

17. Anton Trufanov, Vologda, Russia (harmonic)

      1. Е. Дербенко  «Фантазия на темы казачьих песен»     3 мин. 

 

G2 of age over 20 years old

18. TRIO Li Cheng (clarinet), Chen Haolei (clarinet),

        Liudmila Kim (piano), China/ St.Petersburg, Russia,

       1. Ян Сибелиуса, «Восточное шествие»(Oriental Procession)

        из сюиты к пьесе Хьялмара Прокопе «Пир Валтасара», 3:00 

 

G3 of mixed age

19. Matvey Khromov (bayan (button accordion)),

       Elena Nazarenko (piano), Moscow, Russia,

       1. Я.Сибелиус «Песня без слов», 2:00 

 

I2 - concertmasters of age 16-20

20. Susanna Liisa Onoper, Tallinn, Estonia (piano)

       1. J.Sibelius "Ruusunlaulu"

 

I4 - concertmasters of age over 20

21.Yana Schwarz, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (piano)

      1.

 

Category D3,

D3 - organ

22. Irina Kozlova, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (organ)

      1. Я. Сибелиус, Интермеццо из сюиты "Карелия", 4:15 

23. Tatjana Gurbajeva, Saint-Petersburg, Russia (organ)

      1. Я.Сибелиус, Волынка As-dur,op.27, номер1

       (переложение для органа Гурбаевой Т.), 4:00 

 

Category E,

E3 of age 16-20

24. Anton Zhulev, Belgorod, Russia (flute)

      1. концерт Я Сибелиуса для скрипки и фортепиано 1 часть                  (переложение для флейты и фортепиано), 15:00  Sibelius,

       Violin concerto in D minor, op. 47. I. Allegro moderato

       (arr. by D. Buriakov), 15:00 

 

25. Michał JANIA, Mszana Górna, Poland, (clarinet)

       1.

 

Category H: Chamber orchestras (more than 12 people):

H1 of age 12-20

26. Chamber Orchestra Armonico, Riga, Latvia (violin, violoncello)

       1.