Sunday 13th November 2011 - 1.30pm
Peacock Room, King Charles Court
Old Royal Naval College Greenwich
Adjudicators: Matthias Maute, Ibi Aziz and Emma Murphy
The Moeck/SRP Recorder Playing Competition is a bi-annual event aimed at young players who aspire to a professional career in music. This year sees three finalists compete for the top prize which includes a performance platform opportunity at the 2012 Greenwich International Early Music Festival and Exhibition.
Eva Fegers, Kerstin Fahr and Yi-Chang will be taking to the stage on Sunday 13th November in the Peacock Room, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. The competition starts around 2pm with a 45 minute recital by each of the finalists with our three adjudicators announcing the results of the winner around 5pm. Due to limited seating we would suggest you arrive early to avoid disappointment!
Eva Fegers - Recorder
Margit Kovacs - Harpsichord
Jonas Nordberg - Theorbo
1. Godfrey Finger (1660-1730) a ground in d (from: 40 airs anglois pour
2. Georg Philipp Telemann
(1681-1767) Fantasia no. 8
Spirituoso – Allegro)
3. Moritz Eggert (*1965) – Ausser Atem (1994) Breathless
4. Jacques-Martin Hotteterre „le Romain“ (1674-1763) – Prélude en G.
Ré, Sol, 3ce Mineure.
From "L´art de préluder"
5. Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) Sonata C major, op.5 no. 3
(Adagio – Allegro – Adagio –
Allegro – Allegro)
6. Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (c. 1623-1680) Sonata quarta from:
Sonatae unarum fidium seu a
violino solo 1664
Kerstin Fahr - Recorder
Ricardo Magnus - Harpsichord
1. Anonymus (14th c) - Estampie: Principio di virtu
2. Benedetto Marcello
(1686-1739) - Sonata op 2 Nr 4 in E minor
(Adagio – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro)
3. Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) - Fantasie Nr 8 G minor
(Largo – Spirituoso – Allegro)
4. Jacques Paisible (1656-1721) – Sonata in G minor
(Grave – Largo – Adagio – Presto)
5. Moritz Eggert (*1965) - Ausser Atem/Breathless
6. Giovanni Adolfo Hasse (1699-1783) - Cantata per Flauto B major
(Allegro – Adagio – Allegro)
Yi-Chang - Recorder
1. Maki Ishii - East Green
2. Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) - Fantasie Nr 8 G minor
(Largo – Spirituoso – Allegro)
3. Emanuele Casale - Studio 2a
4. Toshio Hosokawa - Vertical Song
5. Jacob van Eyck - Comagain
6. Jacob van Eyck - Stil, stil een rays
7. Igor Stravinsky - Three Pieces for Clarinet Solo (Piece No III)
5. Jan Rokus van Roosendael - Rotations
The Moeck/SRP Solo Recorder Playing Competition
is one of the major platforms for recorder players aspiring to a career as a soloist.
Established in 1985, the competition has provided many recorder players with the opportunity of performing in public in front of a panel of internationally renowned recorder adjudicators.
Many of the finalists and winners are now recognised as distinguished solo and chamber musicians with their CD recordings, masterclasses and teaching skills being highly respected.
Previous winners form a list of familiar names:
1985 Piers Adams & Helen Rees (joint)
1987 Rebecca Miles
1989 Robert Erhlich
1991 Ashley Solomon
1995 Naomi Graham
1997 Dorothee Oberlinger
1999 Pia Loman
2001 Daniel Koschitzki
2003 Alexandra Opsahl
2005 Maria Martinez Ayerza
2007 Chris Orton
2009 Pernille Petersen
The winner of the 2011 competition will return to London to give his/her prize winners recital at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel as part of 2012 Greenwich International Early Music Festival & Exhibition.