‘Triptycho Ensemble’, a unique combination of trio in Cyprus, that consists o guitar, viola and flute, will perform at Technopolis 20, on Saturday, 22nd of February at 7:30pm.
The trio was formed in 2019 by three professional musicians the Greek Cypriot-Vasilios Avraam (guitar), the Turkish Cypriot-Sinem Sadrazam (viola) and the French-Virginie Bove (flute). Their aim is to present to the Cypriot public a special and rare repertoire, original written works for flute-viola-guitar that were never played before.
The programme will include Grand Trio Concertant op.30 by Francesco Molino from Classical period, the Trio op. 84 by Joseph Franz Moser from Romantic period and the Color Pastel by Máximo Diego Pujol from 20th century.
Entrance: 10 euro
Reservations are necessary at 70002420 (calls only).
With the support of Stelios Philanthropic Foundation.
A few words about the musicians
Virginie Bove is the flute player. She had the opportunity to study with some brilliant flutists in France and abroad, including M. Beaucoudray, M. Debost, M. Dufour, C. Lefèbvre, P. Dumail, P. Bernold and G. Alirol. She completed her studies attaining first prizes from the Conservatoire of Paris and of Saint-Maur and won in parallel several national competitions. In 1999, she had her debut as a soloist by performing Lipkin’s Flute Concerto, European Premiere. Between 1995 and 2000, she was the Principal Flutist of Paris Sorbonne Symphony Orchestra under the direction of J. Grimbert and performed in many venues in Europe and in United States of America. Since 2005, she is the Sub-Principal Flute player in the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra.
Sinem Sadrazam is the viola player. She completed her bachelor degree in 2007 at Hacettepe University Ankara Conservatory in Turkey, with the tutoring of Prof. Feza Gökmen. She holds Master of Art degrees from University of Music and Dramatic Arts, Graz (Austria) chamber music by the lectures of Prof. Stephan Goerner and viola from Prof. Christian Euler. She participated with Hacettepe Academic Orchestra, Spanish National Youth Orchestra, Norwegian National Youth Orchestra, Mediterranean Youth Orchestra, Cyprus Youth Symphony Orchestra, Con Fuoco Chamber Orchestra (Austria), Erzgebirgische Philarmonie, Aue (Germany) and Cyprus Symphony Orchestra. Since 2013 she has been living in Cyprus where she is teaching viola at the Near East University and she is a member of the Presidential Symphony Orchestra.
Vasilios Avraam is the guitar player. He studied classical guitar at Ferenc Liszt Conservatory in Debrecen (Hungary), under the supervision of István Adrovicz. He continued his guitar studies at the National Conservatoire of Region in Strasbourg (France) under the supervision of Pablo Márquez and at the Academy of Music in Bratislava (Slovakia) under the supervision of Jozef Zsapka, where he got his doctoral degree Artis Doctor in classical guitar. In Hungary in 1998 he won the First Prize of the first national guitar competition. He gave concerts in Hungary, Germany, France, Slovakia, Cyprus, he played at several classical guitar festivals, as the Zempléni Festival (Hungary) at the Festival of Europe in Mâcon (France), at the International Music Festival in Clermont-Ferrand (France), at the 5th Festival des Musiques Rares Musiques Dérangées in Mâcon (France) and several times he was invited to the Spring Festival of Eger (Hungary). He played with the State Orchestra of Cyprus, with Cantus Agriensis Choir, with Polyfonia Choir, several times with the Symphonic Orchestra of Eger and several times with the music group Musica Aulica in Hungary and in France. From 2001 till 2009 Vasilios Avraam was a guitar teacher at several music schools in Hungary where he was also the artistic director of the classical guitar festival in the Northeastern Region of Hungary. At the time he is guitar teacher at state music school in Nicosia.