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The House of Hearts # Jürgen Berlakovich, Anna Veselova, Floris Willem, the Brothers Wladigeroff &… 07.05.2020
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THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE _ 7. MAI 2020 – 08/15pm PRIME-TIME!

       the Weekly Leaks:

Jam Sessions with the DNA, Vegetables and sonic vaccines and how it feels to be part of the Body of an Orchestra – with guests form Latvia, Bulgaria, Belgium, Vienna and more..

The House of Hearts presents Jürgen Berlakovich who is currently working on a track that consists exclusively of sonified DNA sequences of the Covid-19 genome, which he considers to be a kind of sonic vaccination. The DNA is his jam-session partner so to speak…

Jürgen is also an integral part of the famous Vegetable Orchestra, and he will give us an idea how to create our own vegetable instruments – not only CNN is interested in his expertise. He is also interested in mixing up classic and electronic music.

Anna Veselova is a Latvian Cellist and will give us insight in the Classic World, being part of Orchestras and also Floris Willem as one of the most promising Belgium Artists on Violin will give us idea of these times through the eyes of a violin player. The Wladigeroff Brothers will join into this special round of the House of Hearts.

A HOUSE OF HEARTISTS

Decoding Beethovens DNA or making Music out of his Coffee Beans…?

JÜRGEN BERLAKOVICH

Jürgen Berlakovich. Author and musician. Language in script and sound. Uses spoken language and DNA-sonifications in combination with guitars and electronics for compositions and improvisations. Texts, audio cartoons, sound essays, sound interpretations, film music, radioplays, and speech soundscapes. Co-founder of the music- and literature-performance duo Sergej Mohntau. Member of The Vegetable Orchestra. Studied german literature and philosophy at vienna university. Teaches acoustic poetry at the sfd – schule für dichtung. Performances and releases also under Juergen Berlakovich, J.S. Berlakovich, JSB und Takamovsky.

ANNA VESELOVA

Anna Veselova, Violoncello

born 1989 in Daugavpils, Latvia. First cello lessons at the age of 9, from 2010 studies at the Det Jyske Music Conservatory in Aarhus, Denmark; since 2011 with Prof. Tobias Stosiek at the University of Arts Graz, where she received her Master Diploma with distinction in 2019. In the academic year 2017/18 she studied with Prof. Damián Martínez in Musikene, Centro Superior de Música del País Vasco in San Sebastian, Spain as part of the Erasmus Programme. Her studies were complemented by master classes with Peter Bruns, Jeroen Reuling, Hannu Kiiski, Maria Kliegel, Janis Laurs, Enrico Bronzi, Torleif Thedeen, Franz Bartolomey, Troels Svane.

She won the 2nd prize at the State Competition for Cellists and the 2nd prize at the State Competition for Chamber Music in Latvia. Audience Prize at the International Youth Chamber Music Festival Competition „In Corpore“ in Tallinn, Estonia in 2009 and 2010. In 2013 Anna was a scholarship holder of the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation „Live Music Now“.

In 2019 Anna was the solo cellist in the musical „The Fabulous World of Amélie“ at Werk7 Theater in Munich. Anna has played in many orchestras and chamber music ensembles, including: Baltic Youth Philharmonic, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Aarhus Sinfonietta, Synchron Stage Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Max Steiner Orchestra, Seefestspielorchester Mörbisch, Graz Philharmonic Orchestra Concert tours have taken her throughout Europe, to Japan, Taiwan and India.

FLORIS WILLEM

Winner of the prestigious Prix Vieuxtemps, Floris Willem is one of the most promising Belgian artists of his generation.

After his studies at the “Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel” in Brussels with Augustin Dumay and Tatiana Samouil, Floris went on to study with great Russian professor Boris Kuschnir in Vienna. At present he is studying at the mdw – Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst with professor Christian Altenburger. He has performed in various European cities, including Vienna (Musikverein, MuTh, ORF-Radio Kulturhaus), Brussels (BOZAR, Flagey, MIM), Sofia (National Palace of Culture), Ghent (Bijloke), Antwerpen (AMUZ), Geneva (Conservatoire), Den Haag (Zuiderstrandtheater), Maastricht (Theater aan het Vrijthof).

As a chamber musician he played with famous artists like Matthias Schorn (Solo-Klarinette Wiener Philharmoniker), Christopher Hinterhuber, Reinhard Latzko, Thomas Selditz, Franz Bartolomey, Raphaela Gromes, Boris Kuschnir, Mihaela Martin, Frans Helmerson, Nobuko Imai, Philippe Raskin…

As a soloist he performed with the Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble Orchestral de Bruxelles, Camerata Musica Wien, Philharmonie Zuid-Nederland, symphoniaASSAI among others.

He was laureate at international competitions including Prix Vieuxtemps (1. Prize and public’s prize, 2015), Concorso Andrea Postacchini (3. Prize cat D in 2015), Fidelio-Wettbewerb (2017, Vienna), Lions European Competition Belgium (1. Prize 2016) , Prinses Christina Concours in Den Haag (Grand Prix of the Press jury and 3. Prize in 2012), Concours Arthur Grumiaux/ Bravo! (1. Prize in 2011).

With his group “Floris and the Flames” (consisting of violin, piano, guitar, bass guitar and drums), he hopes to cross the boundaries between classical music and other styles and reach broader audiences.

www.floriswillem.com

Alexander Alexandrov Wladigeroff was born on 17.08.1978 in Sofia, Bulgaria. He began playing the trumpet at the age of 9. Alexander has music in his veins. His grandfather was the famous Bulgarian composer Pantcho Wladigeroff (1899 – 1978). His father, Alexander P. Wladigeroff (1933 – 1993), continued the musical tradition of the family, being also a renowned composer and conductor. The mother of Alexander, Velitschka Chobanova-Wladigerova, is an actress and a wonderful mother.  

Konstantin Alexandrov Wladigeroff was born on 17.08.1978 in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has the music in his blood. His grandfather is the famous Bulgarian composer Pantcho Wladigeroff (1899 – 1978). His father, Alexander P. Wladigeroff (1933 – 1993), continues the musical tradition of the family, being also a renowned composer and conductor. The mother of Konstantin, Velitschka Chobanova-Wladigerova, is an actress and a wonderful mother. He took his first piano lesson at the age of 5 and started playing the clarinet when he was 9 years old. Konstantin began his music education at the National Music High School “L. Pipkov”, Sofia. His majors were piano by Prof. Maria Warbanova and clarinet by Prof. Ilya Iliev and Prof. Borislav Yotsov.

https://www.wladigeroff.com/

The House of Hearts is a series of Live Music & Banter reflecting the rhythm, the atmospheres and the life we are all currently confronted with. We will be invited in a variety of European Living Rooms, meeting great artists and people, exchange ideas, tell the stories of people who lost their jobs or projects, feature the new ideas & everything that can be learnt from this all.

The guests will perform music, and this will be the Live-Soundtrack of the show. The guests will also talk and exchange, come up with stories, worries or ideas. It is all about music, soul, life in the 21st century and a slice of Renaissance, I guess. Just like the lemon of a drink…