Amia Janicki

Amia Janicki

Austrija – Švicarska / Austria – Switzerland, 1997.

Rođena 1997., švicarsko-austrijska violinistica AMIA JANICKI počela je svirati violinu u dobi od tri godine s Patriciom Giannetti. Studirala je kod Tedija Papavramija u Ženevi, a trenutno studira u Beču na Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien u klasi Pavela Vernikova. Amia je laureat međunarodnih natjecanja kao što su Međunarodno natjecanje Leonida Kogana, Musica Juventutis, Međunarodno violinističko natjecanje Heifetz i Natjecanje komorne glazbe Orpheus. Usavršavala se kod renomiranih glazbenika poput Shmuela Ashkenasija, Thomasa Brandisa, Svetlina Rousseva i Donalda Weilersteina. Također sudjeluje na brojnim međunarodnim akademijama i festivalima, kao što su Verbier Festival, Festival de Sion, Academie Villecroze i Festival de La Roque-d’Anthéron i nastupa u Europi, te u Rusiji, Japanu i Brazilu. Kao komorna glazbenica surađuje s Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian, Tedi Papavrami, Xavier Phillips, Miguel da Silva ili François-Frédéric Guy. Amia Janicki bila je članica klavirskog kvarteta Aurora, prvog residentnog klavirskog kvarteta u kapeli kraljice Elizabete u Belgiji, a slijedili su ga kvarteti Miguel da Silva i Artemida. Residentna je solistica na masterklasu Augustina Dumaya 2021.
Amia Janicki svira na violini Niccolo Amati iz 1645. iz Zaklade Maggini uz velikodušnu potporu LS Core.

Born in 1997, the Swiss-Austrian violinist AMIA JANICKI began playing the violin at the age of three with Patricia Giannetti. She studied with Tedi Papavrami in Geneva and is currently pursuing her studies in Vienna at the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien in the class of Pavel Vernikov. Amia is a laureate of international competitions such as the International Leonid Kogan Competition, Musica Juventutis, the International Heifetz Competition and the Orpheus Chamber Music Competition. She benefited from the advice of renowned musicians such as Shmuel Ashkenasi, Thomas Brandis, Svetlin Roussev and Donald Weilerstein.
She also participated in numerous international academies and festivals, such as the Verbier Festival, the Festival de Sion, the Academie Villecroze or the Festival de La Roque- d’Anthéron, and performed in Europe as well as in Russia, Japan and Brazil. She collaborates in chamber music with musicians such as Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian, Tedi Papavrami, Xavier Phillips, Miguel da Silva or François-Frédéric Guy.
Amia Janicki was a member of the Aurora Piano Quartet, the first piano quartet in residence at the Queen Elisabeth Chapel in Belgium, followed by Miguel da Silva and the Artemis Quartet. She will also be artist-in-residence as a soloist in Augustin Dumay’s violin class in 2021.
Amia Janicki plays on a 1645 Niccolo Amati on loan from the Maggini Foundation with the generous support of LS Core.

Prvi izlučni krug / 1st elimination round
Johann Sebastian Bach: Grave i fuga iz 2. sonate za violinu solo u a–molu, BWV 1003 / Grave and Fuga from Violin Sonata No. 2 in A minor, BWV 1003
Niccolò Paganini: Dva capriccia iz op. 1 za violinu solo: 2, 10 / Two capriccios from opus No. 1 for solo violin: 2, 10
Bruno Vlahek: Perpetuum II
 
Polufinale / Semfinal
César Franck: Sonata za violinu i glasovir u A–duru / Sonata in A major for violin and piano
Allegretto ben moderato
Allegro
Recitativo-Fantasia. Ben moderato — Molto lento
Allegretto poco mosso
Stjepan Šulek: Studio (in Omaggio a Vaclav Huml)
Pierre Boulez: Anthèmes I
 
Finale I / Final I
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Koncert za violinu i orkestar br. 5 u A–duru, KV 219 / Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major, KV 219
Allegro aperto
Jean Sibelius: Koncert za violinu i orkestar u d–molu, op. 47 / Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
Allegro moderato
Adagio di molto
Allegro, ma non tanto
 
Finale II / Final II
Jean Sibelius: Koncert za violinu i orkestar u d–molu, op. 47 / Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
Allegro moderato
Adagio di molto
Allegro, ma non tanto