Elissaveta Staneva- Vogl

Снимка на Елисавета Станева-Фогл

ELISSAVETA STANEVA-VOGL (Viola) was born in Plovdiv. She graduated from Dobrin Petkov National School of Music and Dance in the class of Stoika Staneva. She continued her studies at the Prof. Pancho Vladigerov National Academy of Music – Sofia, in the viola class of Prof. Ognian Stanchev and at the University of Music in Vienna, where he worked with Wolfgang Kloss and Ulrich Schonauer. She graduated with honours and a prize from the Austrian Ministry of Science and Culture. She participated in masterclasses of Tabea Zimmermann, Thomas Riebl, Michael Kugel, Diemut Popen and Hans Peter Ochsenhofer.

She has been a soloist with various Bulgarian orchestras such as the Plovdiv Philharmonic, the Shumen Symphony Orchestra and the Vratsa Symphony Orchestra, as well as with the Plovdiv Youth Orchestra, with which he made his first CD of the Viola Concerto by Johann Christian Bach under the baton of Nayden Todorov. It was also under his conducting that she recorded the Viola concertos by Hofmeister, Stamitz and Telemann, released in 2007 by Gega New.

An important role in her development as a musician was played by the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, where she worked for ten years with conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Sir Neville Marriner, Riccardo Chailly, Neeme Järvi, Bernhard Haitink, Daniel Harding, Peter Jottvos, among others.

She has received a scholarship from the Japanese Nippon Foundation and a prize from the Austrian OESTIG Society for the best performance of a work by a contemporary Austrian composer. Since 2001 she has been the leader of the viola group in the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra of the Graz Opera.She is actively involved in chamber music and soloist performances, playing contemporary music and giving music education concerts. An important part of her concert performances is the Vogl String Trio, which she plays in together with her husband Bernhard Vogl and violinist Iva Hölzl-Nikolova. She has performed numerous concerts with the Vogl String Trio in Austria, Croatia, Germany, Poland, China and Bulgaria. The Austrian company Gramola released their performance of the two

Max Reger’s String Trios on CD in 2012. The trio recorded in Bulgarian National Radio Rumen Baliozov’s Trialogue, a piece written especially for the ensemble.

ElisSaveta Staneva-Vogl plays an antique viola made in 1772 in Heilbrunn.

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