Musical constellation

Concert
Conductor – Resident
Date
Localization
Concert Hall in CKK Jordanki
Entrance
30/40 PLN

Artists:
Veriko Tchumburidze (Georgia/Turkey) - violin
Toruń Symphony Orchestra
Agata Zając – conductor

Programme:
Z. Noskowski - Overture Das Meerauge Op. 19
P. Czajkowski - Violino concerto in D major Op. 35
F. Mendelssohn - Symphony No. 4 in A major Op. 90 'Italian' 

Veriko Tchumburidze - since winning the 2016 International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition at the age of 20, Veriko Tchumburidze has built a reputation as a captivating soloist, chamber musician and recording artist. “She is a breath of future,” said Andrzej Wituski, the competition’s director, “She brings us closer to the world of her own imagination”. In 2013, Turkey’s leading classical music magazine, Andante, named her the country’s Best Emerging Musician.
Born into a Georgian family in Adana, southern Turkey, in 1996, Veriko Tchumburidze initially trained at Mersin University State Conservatory with Selahattin Yunkuş and Lili Tchumburidze. In 2010 she moved to Vienna to study with Dora Schwarzberg at the Hochschule für Musik as a scholar of the Young Musicians on World Stages (YMWS) project. Since 2015 she has been mentored by Ana Chumachenco at Munich’s Musikhochschule. She has also participated in the masterclasses of Shlomo Mintz, Albert Markov and Igor Ozim, in the Seiji Ozawa Academy Masterclass and, also in Switzerland, the Verbier Festival Academy.
Highlights of the 2020/21 season include appearances with the Borusan Philharmonic, Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Olari Elts, NMF Orchestra Wrocław and Gilbert Varga, and in recitals and chamber programmes at the Tsinandali Festival, Vienna Musikverein and Warsaw Philharmonie.
Veriko Tchumburidze has appeared with the Borusan Philarmonic Orchestra (opening the Istanbul Music Festival), Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt, Musikkollegium Winterthur, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony, Lahti Symphony and Sinfonia Varsovia as well as the Munich Chamber Orchestra and Zurich Chamber Orchestra. She has collaborated with such conductors as Łukasz Borowicz, Ruben Gazarian, Sascha Goetzel, Howard Griffiths, Gemma New, Michael Sanderling, Aziz Shokhakimov and Dima Slobodeniouk. Her festival engagements have included the Beethoven Easter Festival, Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy, Olympus Musical Festival, Rosendal Festival and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, performing with, among others, Leif Ove Andsnes, Sol Gabetta, Nicholas Angelich, Lisa Batiashvili, Gérard Caussé, Clemens Hagen, Maxim Vengerov and Tabea Zimmermann.
As a keen exponent of chamber music, she partners in recital with pianists Ketevan Sepashvili and Mamikon Nakhapetov, and was formerly a member of Trio Arte, a piano trio which in 2016 won first prize at the Pietro Argento International Music Competition in Gioia del Colle, Italy. 2016 also brought the world premiere at the Istanbul Music Festival of Ludus Modalis, a work dedicated to Trio Arte by the distinguished Turkish composer Özkan Manav.
Veriko Tchumburidze recorded Anton Wranitzky’s Violin Concerto in C for Sony Classical with the Munich Chamber Orchestra and conductor Howard Griffiths. Her recording on the Klanglogo label of John Williams’ music for the film Schindler’s List, with Howard Griffiths conducting the Brandenburgisches Kammerorchester Berlin, led to a headlining appearance, under the aegis of the Orpheum Musik Stiftung, at the opening concert of the 2016 Zurich Film Festival at the Swiss city’s opera house.
Since 2016 Veriko Tchumburidze has played a Giambattista Guadagnini violin, made in Milan in 1756 and generously loaned by Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.


The event will be part of the "Conductor - resident" project.


The event will take place in accordance with current recommendations and guidelines.

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Agata Zając started her musical path at the age of 7 as a violinist. In 2015 she began conducting studies with Marcin Sompolinski at Poznan Academy of Music and obtained a Bachelor's diploma in 2018. She currently pursues a Master's degree at the same university. Her professional career started in 2018 – she was involved in three premieres in Warsaw Chamber Opera as an assistant conductor. Since September 2018 she has been assisting to Greek conductor Michalis Economou, in his international projects. The last one was China New Year’s concert tour with Athens Philharmonia Orchestra in December 2019. During the last two years she took part in conducting competitions and auditions – among others, in Warsaw Philharmonic and Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. She has also been a student of Peter Eötvös, Gregory Vajda, Marin Alsop, Michalis Economou and Charles Olivieri-Munroe as an active participant at international masterclasses. Since the beginning of her conducting path she had the opportunity to conduct multiple orchestras like Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Greek Radio Symphony Orchestra, Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra and Schumann Youth Orchestra.

Veriko Tchumburidze - since winning the 2016 International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition at the age of 20, Veriko Tchumburidze has built a reputation as a captivating soloist, chamber musician and recording artist. “She is a breath of future,” said Andrzej Wituski, the competition’s director, “She brings us closer to the world of her own imagination”. In 2013, Turkey’s leading classical music magazine, Andante, named her the country’s Best Emerging Musician.
Born into a Georgian family in Adana, southern Turkey, in 1996, Veriko Tchumburidze initially trained at Mersin University State Conservatory with Selahattin Yunkuş and Lili Tchumburidze. In 2010 she moved to Vienna to study with Dora Schwarzberg at the Hochschule für Musik as a scholar of the Young Musicians on World Stages (YMWS) project. Since 2015 she has been mentored by Ana Chumachenco at Munich’s Musikhochschule. She has also participated in the masterclasses of Shlomo Mintz, Albert Markov and Igor Ozim, in the Seiji Ozawa Academy Masterclass and, also in Switzerland, the Verbier Festival Academy.
Highlights of the 2020/21 season include appearances with the Borusan Philharmonic, Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Olari Elts, NMF Orchestra Wrocław and Gilbert Varga, and in recitals and chamber programmes at the Tsinandali Festival, Vienna Musikverein and Warsaw Philharmonie.
Veriko Tchumburidze has appeared with the Borusan Philarmonic Orchestra (opening the Istanbul Music Festival), Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt, Musikkollegium Winterthur, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony, Lahti Symphony and Sinfonia Varsovia as well as the Munich Chamber Orchestra and Zurich Chamber Orchestra. She has collaborated with such conductors as Łukasz Borowicz, Ruben Gazarian, Sascha Goetzel, Howard Griffiths, Gemma New, Michael Sanderling, Aziz Shokhakimov and Dima Slobodeniouk. Her festival engagements have included the Beethoven Easter Festival, Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy, Olympus Musical Festival, Rosendal Festival and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, performing with, among others, Leif Ove Andsnes, Sol Gabetta, Nicholas Angelich, Lisa Batiashvili, Gérard Caussé, Clemens Hagen, Maxim Vengerov and Tabea Zimmermann.
As a keen exponent of chamber music, she partners in recital with pianists Ketevan Sepashvili and Mamikon Nakhapetov, and was formerly a member of Trio Arte, a piano trio which in 2016 won first prize at the Pietro Argento International Music Competition in Gioia del Colle, Italy. 2016 also brought the world premiere at the Istanbul Music Festival of Ludus Modalis, a work dedicated to Trio Arte by the distinguished Turkish composer Özkan Manav.
Veriko Tchumburidze recorded Anton Wranitzky’s Violin Concerto in C for Sony Classical with the Munich Chamber Orchestra and conductor Howard Griffiths. Her recording on the Klanglogo label of John Williams’ music for the film Schindler’s List, with Howard Griffiths conducting the Brandenburgisches Kammerorchester Berlin, led to a headlining appearance, under the aegis of the Orpheum Musik Stiftung, at the opening concert of the 2016 Zurich Film Festival at the Swiss city’s opera house.
Since 2016 Veriko Tchumburidze has played a Giambattista Guadagnini violin, made in Milan in 1756 and generously loaned by Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben.