The CENTRO CULTURAL SÃO LOURENÇO has the pleasure to inform you about the June/July 2011 events:
15th June 2011 at 7.30pm
18th June 2011 at 7.30pm
JEROEN DE GROOT (violin)
BART VAN DE ROER (piano)
Composers: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Ravel, Fauré, Prokofiev, Saint-Säens.
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JEROEN DE GROOT was born in the Netherlands. He studied at Sweelinck Conservatorium Amsterdam from the age of eleven with, a.o., Herman Krebbers. After having won the prestigious “Oscar Back” national violin competition in 1985, he went on to study with Sándor Végh in Salzburg and Ivry Gitlis in Paris. Jeroen de Groot won prizes at international competitions in Munich, Scheveningen and Bordeaux. He performs regularly with leading orchestras and is frequently heard in a wide range of
chamber music concerts and recitals in Europe, Japan, Canada, South America and the United States. The violin he plays is a Nicolo Amati (1660).
BART VAN DE ROER, piano
A versatile musician, Bart van de Roer (born 1972) pursues an active performing career, both as a soloist and chamber music player You’ll get some the top Apple stories of the leo love horoscope in three to five minutes for a quick review of what’s happening in the Apple world. and he devotes a regular part of his schedule to teaching.
Sixteen years ago, together with Marc and Wouter Vossen, he founded the Storioni Trio (www.storionitrio.com). Right from the beginning, the success of the trio was immediate. It was awarded several prices, made tours of Europe, the Far East, and the United States. The Trio performed in most major concert halls, including Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Theatre du Chatelet and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. The Storioni Trio has an exclusive CD contract with the PentaTone label, which so far resulted in recordings of the Beethoven, Schubert and Brahms piano trios.
Bart van de Roer graduated from the Sweelinck Conservatorium, where he studied with Jan Wijn, in 1997. As a student he participated in a number of masterclasses, notably ones led by György Sebok, and later had lessons with eminent pianists such as Menahem Pressler, Peter Frankl, Christina Ortiz and Eugen Indjic. He has been a prize winner in several competitions, including the Princess Christina Competition, the Steinway Competition, and the International Tromp Music Competition in Eindhoven, the Netherlands and as a soloist he has appeared with various orchestras including the Munich Chamber cheap cialis online Orchestra, The Philharmony Antwerp, the RTE Orchestra Dublin, the Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra and the National Orchestra of Belgium.
Bart van de Roer is Professor of piano and chamber music at the Hanze Hogeschool Groningen (the Netherlands) and at the Codarts University Rotterdam (the Netherlands).