Instruments loaned
Violin - Constructed in the Fondazione MAESTRO Cremona workshop (2002)
       Currently on loan to Anton Ilyunin
 
  Violinist of Atrium String Quartet St. Petersburg, Russia
 
Violin - Constructed in the Fondazione MAESTRO Cremona workshop (2003)
         Currently on loan to Alexey Naumenko
 
  Violinist of Atrium String Quartet St. Petersburg, Russia
 
Viola - Jebran Yakoub (2004)
         Currently on loan to Julia Deyneka (2004)
 

Violist in Staatsoper, Berlin

 

 

Violin - Rebecca Rodman (2007) -   Constructed in the Fondazione MAESTRO Cremona workshop (2007)






 

Baroque violin, copy of Nicolo' Amati 1658

Giovanni Corazzol - Baroque Specialist www.liuteriacorazzol.it

Currently on loan to Neli Nikolaeva, Doctorate of Musical Arts, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

 

Instruments donated
Quartetto di Pace (Quartet for Peace)  
  String Quartet of instruments (2 violins, viola and violoncello) constructed by Cremonese violin makers in the workshop of Fondazione MAESTRO Cremona. Donated to young deserving musicians, chosen from among the participants in the West Eastern Divan Workshop, 2003 led by Maestro Daniel Barenboim
Daniel and Michael Barenboim
Daniel and Michael Barenboim        
     
 
Jebran Yakoub, Edward Said, Mr. Bernardino
Jebran Yakoub,           
Edward Said and Mr. Bernardino
Other Donations
  Musafia violin case donated to Ilina Ivanna, a deserving young violinist from Yakoutia, Russia and participant at the Canetti International Violin Competition
Concerts Presented
March 21, 2003
Atrium String Quartet
 
  Alexey Naumenko and Anton Ilyunin (violins)
Dmitri Oussov (viola)
Anna Gorelova (violoncello)
Formed in 2000 the Atrium Quartet has achieved remarkable results in its short history. It was awarded the diploma of the 5th Shostakovich International String Quartet Competition and then went on to receive the 2nd prize and the jury's Special Prize in the 6th Shostakovich International String Quartet Competition the following year. In April, 2002, the Quartet received 2nd prize in the 7th Ente Triennial International String Quartet Competition in Cremona (Italy). They were the First Prize winners of the 2003 London International String Quartet Competition.
 
     
 

 

April 24, 2003
Jon Klibonoff, piano
 

Concert pianist

 

 

May 16, 2003
Mario Trabucco, violin
  Curator of Il Cannone, the Del Gesu violin owned by Paganini
Jose Scanu, guitar
 
June 26, 2003
Jennifer Carsillo, violin
Isabelle Perrin, harp
Jennifer Carsillo
Isabelle Perrin
 
 
 
 
April 27, 2005
Concert Julia Deyneka, viola
Alkistis Milioni, piano
 
Master Classes
Robert Watt, French horn
Robert Watt
  Los Angeles Philharmonic, Assistant Principal
Joseph Gold, violin
  Concert violinist

 

Back to top