Martina Filjak - Piano

Martina Filjak
- piano

 

 
 
 
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Martina Filjak is one of the most promising young artists to emerge within the last years, garnering worldwide praise for her poetic passion and technical control of her instrument, as well as her charismatic personality and magnetic stage presence.

Since winning the First Prize at the Cleveland Internation Piano Competition, Martina Filjak has performed on the most prestigious international stages at important venues including Carnegie Hall in New York, Konzerthaus Berlin, Musikverein Wien, and Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, as well as at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, La Sala Verdi and Auditorio in Milan, Teatro San Carlo in Naples and the Salle Gaveau in Paris.

The 17/18 season include concerts with State Orchestra Nuremberg, State Orchestra Kassel, Rostock Philharmonic, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Cracow Philhamonic and with Daegu Symphony Orchestra.

Highlights of the 16/17 season included Filjak’s debut with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, concerts with the L’Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano La Verdi, Toledo Symphony, Amarillo Symphony as well as invitations to the Vienner Konzerthaus, to the Ravinia Festival and to the Palau de la Música in Barcelona.

In fall 2016 her latest CD with works by Bach, Schumann and Scriabin has been released on Solo Musica/Sony Classical.

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Martina Filjak – Burgrieden

gemeinsam mit Felix Klieser (Horn) und Andrej Bielow (Violine)

Charles Koechlin – "Quatre Petites Pièces" für Horn, Violine und Klavier, op. 32
Johannes Brahms – Sonate für Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-Moll, op. 108
Robert Schumann – Adagio und Allegro für Horn und Klavier As-Dur, op. 70
Frédéric Nicolas Duvernoy – Trio für Horn, Violine und Klavier Nr. 1 c-Moll
Johannes Brahms – Trio für Horn, Violine und Klavier Es-Dur, op. 40

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Location: Museum Villa Rot

Martina Filjak – Iffeldorf

Gemeinsam mit Felix Klieser (Horn) und Andrej Bielow (Violine)

Charles Koechlin – "Quatre Petites Pièces" für Horn, Violine und Klavier, op. 32
Johannes Brahms – Sonate für Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-Moll, op. 108
Robert Schumann – Adagio und Allegro für Horn und Klavier As-Dur, op. 70
Frédéric Nicolas Duvernoy – Trio für Horn, Violine und Klavier Nr. 1 c-Moll
Johannes Brahms – Trio für Horn, Violine und Klavier Es-Dur, op. 40

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Location: Gemeindezentrum Iffeldorf

Martina Filjak – Zagreb (HR)

Münchner Rundfunkorchester

Ivan Repušić (Dirigat)

Ludwig van Beethoven – Fantasie für Klavier, Chor und Orchester, op. 80 (Chorfantasie)

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Location: Vratoslav Lisinki Concert Hall

Martina Filjak – Hildesheim

Orchester des Theaters für Niedersachsen

Florian Ziemen (Dirigent)

Dmitri Schostakowitsch – Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 2 F-Dur, op. 102

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Location: Theater Hildesheim, Großes Haus

Martina Filjak – Goslar

Orchester des Theaters für Niedersachsen

Florian Ziemen (Dirigent)

Dmitri Schostakowitsch – Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 2 F-Dur, op. 102

Location: Kaiserpfalz

Martina Filjak – Santiago de Chile

Ludwig van Beethoven – 32 Variationen c-Moll, WoO 80
Johann Sebastian Bach – Toccata und Fuge d-Moll, BWV 565
Johann Sebastian Bach – Präludium und Fuge a-Moll, BWV 543
Franz Liszt – "Deux Légendes", S.175
Franz Liszt – Réminiscences de "Lucia di Lammermoor", S.397
Franz Liszt – "Grande paraphrase de la Marche pour le Sultan Abdul-Medjid Khan", S.403

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Location: Teatro Municipal de Santiago de Chile

“Brilliant, sensitive and imaginative playing with resourcefulness of ... musicality . . . a striking individuality . . . a pianist to watch.'' (The New York Times)

Martina Filjak is one of the most promising young artists to emerge within the last years, garnering worldwide praise
for her poetic passion and technical control of her instrument, as well as her charismatic personality and magnetic
stage presence. After graduating from the Academy of Music in Zagreb, Filjak succesfully completed her piano studies
at the Vienna Conservatory and subsequently at the Hochschule für Musik in Hanover, Germany; additionally, Filjak
took Master Classes at the Como Piano Academy.

Since winning the First Prize at the Cleveland Internation Piano Competition, Martina Filjak has performed on the
most prestigious international stages at important venues including Carnegie Hall in New York, Konzerthaus Berlin,
Musikverein Wien, and Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, as well as at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, La
Sala Verdi and Auditorio in Milan, Teatro San Carlo in Naples and the Salle Gaveau in Paris. Already before her
success at the Cleveland competition, Filjak had gained a myriad of accolades – First Prize at the Viotti International
Piano Competition in Italy (2007), First Prize Maria Canals Internation Piano Competition in Barcelona (2008), and
prize-winner at the Busoni Internation Piano Competition in Bolzano (2007).

The 17/18 season include concerts with State Orchestra Nuremberg, State Orchestra Kassel, Rostock Philharmonic,
Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Cracow Philhamonic and with Daegu Symphony Orchestra.

Highlights of the 16/17 season included Filjak’s debut with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, concerts with the
L’Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano La Verdi, Toledo Symphony, Amarillo Symphony as well as invitations to the Vienner
Konzerthaus, to the Ravinia Festival and to the Palau de la Música in Barcelona.

In the 15/16 season, Martina Filjak performed with the Staatskapelle Halle (under Josep Caballe Domenech), the
Bremer Philharmoniker (Markus Poschner), the Dortmunder Philharmoniker (Sebastian Lang-Lessing), the Phoenix
Symphony Orchestra (Tito Munoz), San Antonio Symphony (Karina Canellaki), as well as with the Pro Musica
Chamber Orchestra (David Danzmayr) and the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra (Stefan Sanderling), amongst others.
Further to this, Filjak also gave her chamber music debut at the Philharmonie in Berlin and will be guest artist at the
Festspielhaus Baden-Baden for the Berlin Philharmonic’s Easter Festival.

Martina Filjak has been soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra, San Antonio Symphony, Florida Orchestra, the
Sinfonieorchester Aachen, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern, as well as with the
Staatskapelle Weimar, Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, Orchestre Symphonique de Nancy, Orquesta
Sinfonica de Barcelona, Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Chamber Orchestra, and many more. She
has performed under conductors such as Michael Schønwandt, Heinrich Schiff, Theodor Guschlbauer, Sebastian Land-
Lessing, Christopher Warren-Green, JoAnn Falletta, Markus Poschner und Stefan Sanderling. Her passion for chamber
music is evident through her collaborations with outstanding partners as the Szymanowski Quartet, the Amaryllis
Quartet and the Ensemble Berlin.

Martina Filjak’s debut CD with sonatas by Antonio Soler was released in 2011 under the Naxos label. August 2013
marked the Sony Classical release of her chamber music recording with Jan Vogler and Christian Poltéra.
In fall 2016 her latest CD with works by Bach, Schumann and Scriabin has been released on Solo Musica/Sony
Classical.

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