Liv Migdal, Violine Image Source: Monika Lawrenz

ABGESAGT - Winterkonzert

Hambacher Schloss, Festsaal

As a soloist, the award-winning musician is on the road with renowned orchestras and conductors around the world. Concert tours take Liv Migdal to numerous European countries, Asia and Israel.

She has made guest appearances in major concert halls such as the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, the Taipei Concert Hall, the Beethovenhalle Bonn, the Herkulessaal Munich, the Konzerthaus Dortmund, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Alte Oper Frankfurt, the Shanghai Concert Hall and the Great Hall of the Mozarteum in Salzburg.

Her debut concerts in the Berliner Philharmonie and most recently in the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg also received an enthusiastic response.

Liv Migdal has received excellent reviews from critics and international awards for all her CD recordings to date: her debut CD with sonatas by Beethoven, Debussy and Strauss, followed by a frst recording of the late romantic works for violin and piano by the great Polish virtuosos Henryk and Józef Wieniawski with Marian Migdal as piano partner, as well as the 8 Seasons with the Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin, which was nominated for the International Classical Music Award.

Liv Migdal began her artistic studies at the age of eleven with Christiane Hutcap at the Musikhochschule Rostock, where she graduated with distinction. She continued her studies at the Salzburger Mozarteum in Igor Ozim's master class and completed her master program with honors. In addition to Mauricio Fuks, Reinhard Goebel is a musical companion.

Liv Migdal has won numerous international music prizes and was honored in 2016 in Austria with the Paul Roczek Music Award for outstanding violin playing.

In 2017 she was a scholarship holder of the ECCE Program of the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia with the project "Giving a Voice to Ostracized Composers," which she initiated.

Highlights of the 2018/19 season include the world premiere of a work dedicated to her for violin and orchestra, an Artist-in-Residence season with the Erzgebirgische Philharmonie, appearances with the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra and concert tours in Europe, Australia and Asia, where she had already won popular acclaim in 2017 during her major tour of China with the Beethoven Violin Concerto.

Hans-Peter Hofmann, geboren 1967 in Saarbrücken, erhielt seinen ersten Violinunterricht im Alter von fünf Jahren bei Christa Schmitt-Rinck. An der HfM Saar absolvierte er sein Studium der Orchestermusik bei den Professoren Heinz Stanske und Ulrike Dierick. An der "Guildhall School of Music and Drama" in London studierte er anschließend in der Soloklasse von Prof. Yfrah Neaman.
Seit 2007 übernahm er die künstlerische Leitung des "European Union Chamberorchestra", welches weltweit operiert. Im Zuge dieser Aktivitäten konzertierte Hans-Peter Hofmann als Solist und Kammermusiker in so renommierten Sälen wie Goldener Saal des Wiener Musikvereins, Konzerthaus Wien, Schauspielhaus Berlin, Cité de la musique Paris, Opéra de Dijon, Theatro Municipal in Paulinia Brasilien etc. Zusammen mit David Grimal Violine, David Galliard Viola und Xavier Philips Violoncello gründete Herr Hofmann im Herbst 2011 das Streichquartett "Quatuor Les Dissonances", welches im Théatre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris live auf France Musique debütierte.
1994 leitete Hans-Peter Hofmann bereits im Alter von 27 Jahren eine Violinklasse am "Meistersingerkonservatorium" in Nürnberg. Diese Tätigkeit setzte er von 1998-2010 an der HfM Nürnberg fort. Im Oktober 2010 folgte Herr Hofmann dem Ruf zum Professor an die HfM Saar.

29. November 2020
Sonntag 11:00 Uhr
Concert introduction at 10:15 Uhr

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