V. ACADEMIA MUSICÆ ANTIQUÆ LABACENSIS
masterclasses - workshops - concerts - lectures
from July 4 till 12, 2019
University of Ljubljana / Academy of Music
Artistic director: Egon Mihajlović
Charlotte Lehmann (Germany), singing - Vocal tehnique & free literature (cantatas, arias, opera and oratorio) from Baroque to Mozart
Lucia Rizzello (Italy), flute - Flute literature of Baroque & chamer music
Masterclass is open for baroque traverso flutists as well as for all generations of interested modern flutists interested on historically informed interpretation of baroque music.
Enrico Gatti (Italy), violin
Mónika Tóth (Hungary), violin
Violin literature of Baroque, chamber music for strings of Baroque & chamber music
Masterclass is open for baroque violinists as well as for all generations of interested modern violinists and string instrument players interested on historically informed interpretation of baroque music.
Andrej Grafenauer (Slovenia), early romantic guitar - Guitar literature of classicism and romantic period
Masterclass is open for all guitarists, who are interested in research of 19. and early 20. century guitar performance and instruments.
Izidor Erazem Grafenauer (Slovenia), luth, theorbo, baroque guitar
Literature and performing technique on renaissance luth & guitar, baroque luth & guitar and theorbo. Recommended for guitar players of all generations, interested in historically informed interpretation of renaissance and baroque music.
Egon Mihajlović (Slovenia, Germany), 1. Harpsichord, organ, baroque orchestra, 2. Interpretation of style, ornamentals and diminutions in baroque operas, oratorios, cantatas and solo songs for singers
Masterclass of interpretation of baroque music is open to all generations of interested harpsichordists, organists, pianists and singers.
Kaja Kapus (Slovenia) – violoncello
Violoncello literature of Baroque, interpretation of baroque music
Artistic consulters and accompaniment:
Vladimir Mlinarić (Slovenia) – piano (class of Charlotte Lehmann)
Martina Okoliš (Slovenia) – harpsichord & organ (class of Egon Mihajlović)
Eva Dolinšek (Slovenia) – harpsichord (class of Lucie Rizzello)
Branimir Rezić (Slovenia, Croatia) –harpsichord (class of Enrico Gatti)
Active participants: 250 EUR
Passive participation: 100 EUR - 20 EUR/day
Mastercalsses will be in Slovene, English, Italian, Serbian and Croatian.
Applications before 31 May 2019: 200 EUR (active participation).
The applications should be sent to:
Akademija za glasbo
Stari trg 34
or a scanned copy to
email@example.com no later than 15 June 2019.
In order to ensure your spot, you need make €100 tuition fee pre-payment on the following account:
Akademija za glasbo, Stari trg 34, 1000 Ljubljana
IBAN: SI56 0110 0603 0706 828, UJP LJUBLJANA
Tuition fee for 2018 summer school
Bank address: Banka Slovenije Slovenska 35, 1000 Ljubljana
In case of cancellation from the participant, the pre-payment will not be returned. In case of cancellation of a master class from the organizer, the pre-payment will be returned by 1 July 2019.
Academia Musicae Antiquae Labacensis, the international summer school of the Academy of Music, is dedicated to early music, which has received increased attention from the Academy since 2009. During this time, we have organized a number of high quality chamber and soloist concerts; however, it was large-scale vocal and instrumental projects, such as Monteverdi’s Vespers and his operaL’Orfeo, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and The Music From the French Court of Louis XIV that have won widest acclaim. As part of the summer school, we will not only organize master classes and lectures by renowned experts but also a series of concerts, which will be free of charge for the participants. The third early music academy of Ljubljana is aimed both at musicians who wish to broaden their knowledge of period performance and at those who have no experience in it. Moreover, participants will have a chance to play in chamber groups under the supervision of the teachers. The Faculty of Economics will organize the Cultural Management Summer School, which will be running concurrently and will be free of charge for our participants.
Egon Mihajlović (harpsichord, organ, baroque orchestra) was born in 1972 in Postojna. He studied historical keyboard instruments (harpsichord, hammerclavier, organ) at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, from which he graduated in 1992. He obtained a postgraduate concert diploma in 1996, graduating with the highest grade. Mihajlović studied further with Harald Hoeren, Bob van Asperen, Luigi F. Tagliavini and Jean Ferrard. He has given concerts at important festivals and concert venues, mostly performing 16th, 17th and 18th century Italian, Spanish and French music. Leading the Compagnie Fontainebleau ensemble since 1994, and Lecce Baroque Orchestra (from 2014) he has presented baroque and sacred music by composers such as Monteverdi, Delaland, Charpentier, Lully, Rameau, Handel and Telemann. He has conducted renowned orchestras, including the Berlin Baroque and the Zürich Chamber Orchestra. After being engaged in German and Italian music conservatories, he has been ass. Professor for harpsichord and heading the Department of Early Music at the Ljubljana Academy of Music since 2009. In 2013 he received Golden Badge of University Ljubljana for his engagement and Early Music projects on the Academy for music Ljubljana.
Charlotte Lehmann (singing) Studies in singing at the Universität des Saarlandes (Saarbrücken) with Sybille Ursula Fuchs and later on with Paul Lohmann, Wiesbaden. Winner of international competitions of singing. Many records with works of J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, R. Schumann, H. Wolf, G. Faure, P.Hindemith and others. Concerts in Europe, North- and South-America. Productions for all german radio and a most of european radios stations. 1972 Professorship in singing at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover, afterwards ordinarius in singing at the Musikhochschule Würzburg. Teacher of international prize winners in singing competitions, e.g. Thomas Qausthoff. Masterclass in singing in Brazil, Chile, Great Britain, Japan and others. Since 1987 masterdass at the International Music Centre Haus Marteau, Bayreuth/Lichtenberg. Editor of the "Arien-Bücher" of J.S. Bach and W.A. Mozart for all voices (also edited in english) Bärenreiter-Verlag . “Von Schönberg bis Rihm” an approach to 20th century vocal music, Schott international. International activities as lecturer and jury-member, e.g. American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz 1998 and artistic director of the International Singing Competition of Finalists "ORFEO 2000" in Hannover. Former President of the German Voice Teachers Association and member of NATS.
Enrico Gatti (baroque and modern violin) was Born in Perugia, Italy and has dedicated himself to the study of XVII and XVIII century repertoire. He studied with Chiara Banchini and Sigiswal Kuijken. He has concertized all around the world performing with La Petite Bande, Ensemble 415, Concerto Palatino, Hesperion XX, as leader of Les Arts Florissants, Les Talens Lyriques, The Taverner Players, The King’s Consort, Ricercar Consort, Bach Collegium Japan, Concerto Köln, De Nederlandse Bachvereniging and many others, as well as with directors such as Gustav Leonhardt and Ton Koopman. He directs the Ensemble Aurora, founded in Italy in 1986. He has recorded for Harmonia Mundi, Accent, Ricercar, Fonit Cetra, Tactus, Symphonia, Arcana, Astrée and Glossa as well as recording for many radio networks. He was assigned several prizes like the Antonio Vivaldi, the „Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik“, and the „Diapason d’or“. Enrico Gatti has developed a distinguished teaching career as professor of baroque violin at the Conservatory of Music in Toulouse, the Conservatory of Geneva, the Schola Cantorum of Basel, and the Civica Scuola di Musica in Milan. He teaches presently at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and at the Conservatorio “G.Verdi” of Milano. He has also given masterclasses in many important conservatories and universities of Europe, America and Japan, and has been artistic director of the Urbino Early Music Festival.
Lucia Rizzello (baroque and modern flute) born in Paris. She graduated in baroque and classical flute at the "Civica Scuola di Musica" of Milan and at the Conservatory "A. Pedrollo" of Vicenza under the guidance of Marcello Gatti with a thesis entitled "The flute in Naples in the first half of the eighteenth century". She studied also with Kate Clark and Barthold Kuijken. She studied baroque singing with Gloria Banditelli. She graduated in conducting with Romolo Gessi and studied also with Donato Renzetti, Julius Kalmar. She plays in baroque orchestras under the direction of Enrico Gatti, Ottavio Dantone, Alfredo Bernardini, Jerome Correas, Gianluca Capuano, Egon Mihajlovic, Luca Lucchetta, Sergio Balestracci, Marcello Gatti…. In 1990 she founded the early music ensemble "I Musici Serenati" with which she performs concerts in Italy and abroad. Regularly conducts various groups and orchestras. She is part of the juries of numerous competitions. She has recorded for Stradivarius, DAD records, Amadeus, Officina Musicum, Sony DADC, Mastery Records, Baryton. She teaches as a professor of Flute at the Conservatory "T.Schipa” in Lecce. She is the Artistic Director of the International Festival "The Voice of the Angels" and 'artistic director of Lecce Baroque Orchestra. She taught historical flutes in a masterclass at the Conservatory of Eisenstadt (Austria). Since 2011 she teachs at the "Falautcampus" in Salerno. Since October 2014 she is a professor of Baroque Flute at the University - Academy of Music in Ljubljana (Slovenia).
Izidor Erazem Grafenauer (lute, baroque and modern guitar, chamber music) graduated in guitar in 2013 from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, studying with Prof. Andrej Grafenauer. He has won numerous first prizes in national and international competitions. As a soloist, he has performed with the Slovenian Philharmonics, the SNG Maribor Symphony Orchestra, the Cantabile Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber String Orchestra and the Guitar Orchestra and Baroque Orchestra of the Academy of Music. He did his postgraduate studies of theorbo and baroque lute at the B. Marcello Conservatory of Venice with Prof. Tiziano Bagnati, and guitar at Prof. Istvan Römer at the Academy of Music in Zagreb. As a member of different early music ensembles (Croatian Baroque Orchestra Hymnia, Nova scola Labacensis, Capella Carniolla, the Baroque Orchestra of the Academy of Music), he has performed at many early music festivals home and abroad. In addition to the classical guitar, he regularly performs with the baroque lute and theorbo and also plays flamenco.
Andrej Grafenauer (romantic and modern guitar) started the guitar studies with professor Tomaž Šegula. He has been the recipient of the High School of Music in Graz where he graduated in the class under the professor Marge Bäuml-Klasinc. A. Grafenauer had additional training with internationally renowned artists, such as the Uruguayan guitarist Abel Carlevaru. Andrej Grafenauer appears as a guitar soloist, small chamber groups musician at concert cycles and festivals in Slovenia. He performed all around Europe as well, including performances from different periods and orientations, from the renaissance period to contemporary compositions. He is now an internationally acclaimed artist, who teaches at the Ljubljana Music Academy as a professor of guitare since 1992, gives master classes and also serves as a judge for important international guitar competitions. His highest achieving students are winners of the international and domestic competitions. He has recorded several CDʾs, among them two works by Slovenian composers, while others are mainly from barogue and romantic era and are dedicated to literature for guitare solo and guitrare duo. From 2009 till 2017 he was the Dean at Ljubljana Music Academy of the University of Ljubljana. He was awarded the prize of the Slovene Music Artists Association, the Betetto award for the best original music achievements.