Beethoven Sonatas & Bartok Pianominiatures

21/11/2017 - 21/11/2017

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Marijan Duzel, piano, Natania Hoffman, cello

Croatian pianist Marijan Duzel enjoys an active concert career.
He has been invited to participate in the prestigious International Telekom Beethoven Competition in Bonn in December 2017.
As a part of his preparation for the competition, Marijan will perform pieces by Beethoven and Bartok in Art Base. Special guest of the evening is the rising American cellist Natania Hoffman.
Marijan Duzel (1990) studied with Djordje Stanetti and Dubravka Tomsic, and currently studies at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel with Aleksandar Madzar. He was a semifinalist of the 14th Beethoven International Piano Competition Vienna in 2013 and most recently won one of the most prestigious Croatian music awards “Darko Lukic“ for the best recital given by a young musician at the Lisinski Hall in Zagreb.
As a soloist, Marijan performed with the Zagreb Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Zadar Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of Croatian National Theatre in Split and others. He gave recitals at many festivals such as Music at Eelswamp (Thailand), International Keyboard Institute & Festival (New York), Nei Suoni dei Luoghi (Italy), Hvar Summer Festival, Zadar Concert Season, Rab Musical Evenings, Concerts in Euphrasian Basilica, Youth at Lisinski (Croatia) and others.
Natania Hoffman (1992) studied with Troels Svane and Gustav Rivinius, and currently studies at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth with Gary Hoffman. As a soloist, Natania premiered Joel Hoffman’s “sizzle” in Beijing alongside her brother, Benjamin, performed with the Orchestre Royale de Chambre de la Wallonie, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra, and Namur Chamber Orchestra, among others. Competitions won include “Città di Cremona” and “Città di Paola (2016). An avid chamber musician, Natania toured Europe, the USA, China, New Zealand, and India, and is a member of Trio Agora. Her performances have been broadcasted on SWR, Musiq3, and Radio 4. She toured Europe with the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra.


L. van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 1 in f minor, Op. 2 No. 1
Sonata for Cello and Piano No. 4 in C major, Op. 102 No. 1
B. Bartok: Three etudes, Op. 18
“Out of Doors“ (5 pieces for piano

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