Piano Trio in D Major Op. 70 no. 1 "Ghost" (L.V. Beethoven)
Allegro vivace e con brio
Largo assai ed espressivo
The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires (Spring) (A. Piazzolla)
Piano Trio in C minor Op. 8 no. 1 (D. Shostakovich)
- Intermission -
Piano Trio in C minor Op. 66 (F. Mendelssohn)
Allegro energico con fuoco
Scherzo. Molto allegro quasi presto
Finale. Allegro Appassionato
Carla Suharto, Pianist
Carla Suhartois a pianist, accompanist, chamber musician, and teacher. She is currently one of the Faculty Teacher in Universitas Pelita Harapan and Konservatorium Musik Jakarta. Recently she received her Master Professional Performance from Folkwang Universität der Künste, Germany under the guidance of Professor Thomas Günther in 2018. She started her first piano lesson at the age of six and then continued her study in Universitas Pelita Harapan under the guidance of Iswargia Sudarno until 2014.
Carla has perfomed as soloist and collaborative pianist in several concerts at Erasmus Huis, Goethe Haus Jakarta, Istituto Italiano Jakarta, Balai Resital Kertanegara, Museum Folkwang, Padma Legian Hotel and many more.
Carla actively participates in masterclasses with international professors such as, Hansjorg Koch, Geoffrey Saba, Sam Haywood, Ani Takidze, Tamas Ungar, Steven Spooner, Enrico Elisi, Sergei Markarov, Manfred Aust, and Josef Scherrer. She was also one of the active participant in Mozarteum Summer camp in Salzburg (2013) under the guidance of Robert Levin. In 2014, she received a music scholarship from Yamaha and join the Asia International Piano Academy Festival in Korea and then received a Gold Prize winner in the Piano Competition. In 2017, Carla had a chance to learn from Imogen Cooper at Folkwang Duisburg and got chosen to play at the Gala Concert.
PIANO TRIO RECITAL
Biga, Bryant, Carla
01 Sept 2019
Giovani Biga, Violinist
Started his violin lessons in 2004, Biga had been taught by Damianus, Joel Suprapto, Amelia Tionanda, Amelia, Prima Muchlisin and Fafan Isfandiar. Biga had been invited to play as a soloist by various orchestras in Indonesia and he played as a tutti player in Hamburger Camerata, Minden Kammerphilharmonie and Detmolder Kammerorchester.
As an achiever, Biga won some competitions such as Ananda Sukarlan’s Violin Competition, Arnuero XXIV International Music Competition (Spain), Auryn Kammermusik Wettbewerb 2016 (Germany) and recently he wins the 2ndprize of Stockholm International Violin Competition (Sweden).
Among his activities, he also had some masterclasses and Private Lessons with Jeno Kopandi (Concert Master of Vienna Symphony Orchestra), Boston String Quartet (USA), Prof. Vasille Beluska (USA), Piotr Tarcholik (Poland), Auryn Quartet (Germany), Prof. Peter Orth (USA), Prof. Thomas Christian (Germany), Prof. Diemut Popen (Germany), Prof. Josef Rissin (Germany). He also had some collaboration concerts with Thomas Beijer (Piano, Holland), Kraayehof Tango Ensemble (Holland), Ananda Sukarlan (Piano), Prof. Matthias Lingenfelder (Violin,Germany), Prof. Peter Orth (Piano,USA), Prof. Harmut Schneider (Piano, Germany) and many more. He graduated his Bachelor of Music degree at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold (Germany) with Magna Cum Laude, under the guidance of Prof. Ulrike Anima Mathé and a scholarship recipient from Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer der Hochschule für Musik Detmold (GFF) and DAAD Preis. Now he is continuing his further studies at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin under Prof. Ulf Wallin
Bryant Gozali, Cellist
Bryant Gozali is currently a member of the Los Angeles Cello Quartet, and recently graduated from the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music in 2017 under the guidance of GRAMMY Award Winner Antonio Lysy. He also graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2015 under the tutelage of the former Principal Cellist of the Cleveland Orchestra, Stephen Geber. Bryant started playing the cello at the age of 9 with the Director of the Xiamen University Arts Department, Professor Su Li in China. His past accomplishments included receiving second prize in the Ai Qin Bei National Cello Competition in China in 2004 and 2006.
Bryant moved to Singapore in 2007 and studied under the former Associate Principal Cellist of the Singapore Symphony, Hermina Ilano for 5 years. During the years in Singapore, Bryant had been appointed Principal Cellist in his school orchestra, and a growing orchestra called the Orchestra of the Music Makers under the baton of Maestro Chan Tze Law. He also participated in the 6th Asian Youth Music Competition Grand Finals competing with all string players around Asia and received the Bronze award (tied second place). The Orchestra of the Music Makers that Bryant was part of achieved the HSBC Youth Excellence Award in 2009.
Bryant has performed lessons and master classes for many different distinguish musicians such as Paul Katz, William Grubb, Leslie Tan, Qin Li Wei, Yu Ming Qing, Robert deMaine, Clive Greensmith, Philippe Muller, Antonio Meneses, Yumi Kendall, Hans Jørgen Jensen and many more. Bryant also worked with many outstanding chamber artists such as the Cavani String Quartet, the Tokyo Quartet, the American String Quartet, the Great Wall String Quartet, the Calidore String Quartet, the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, Amit Even-Tov, Daniel McDonnough, Movses Pogossian, Guilliaume Sutre, Kathryn Brown, Anita Pontremoli, Antonio Pompa-baldi, Christopher O'Riley, and Leon Fleisher.