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AURORIUM - GENESIS - More than Classic (Cello + Piano)

After several successful and very popular productions by More than Classic and Projektil in Zurich in recent years, we are happy to present you the next highlight in Munich:

Experience the entire story of creation up close in our shows with a 45-minute live concert - from the creation of light to the birth of the plant world and the animal kingdom to the first humans. Thanks to our work GENESIS and its use of multiple high-power projectors, the historic Church of the Holy Spirit is transformed into a stunning backdrop where you can witness the story of Genesis through an audiovisual and immersive light show like never before.

The two musicians from More than Classic, Isabel Gehweiler (cello) and Yulia Miloslavskaya (piano), will provide musical accompaniment to Projektil's fascinating light show and fill the St. Mark's Church with wonderful sounds. On the exclusive concert evening, the young duo will play well-known melodies by Rachmaninoff, Pärt, Schumann, Piazzolla and others with great virtuosity and romantic mellowness.

MEET THE PERFORMING ARTISTS

ISABEL GELWHEILER, CELLO

Isabel Gehweiler (*1988) is one of the most diverse young German cellists who also works as a composer. She won numerous prizes, such as the European Art Promotion Prize for young artists in the plenary hall of the European Parliament at the age of 19. She studied with Katharina Gohl-Moser, Ivan Monighetti (HSM Basel, Precollege), Gustav Rivinius (HfM Saarbrücken, orchestra diploma), Richard Aaron (Juilliard School of Music, Bachelor) and Thomas Grossenbacher (ZHdK, soloist exam and teaching diploma). As a soloist and chamber musician, she has already given concerts at numerous festivals, such as the Bayreuth Festival, the Kronberg Cello Festival, the Lucerne Festival, the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the !Focus Festival New York and the Verbier Festival. She regularly plays as a soloist with orchestra and has performed in concert halls such as Carnegie Hall (NY) and Suntory Hall (Tokyo). Isabel Gehweiler has won prizes at national and international competitions, such as the Charles Hennen International Chamber Music Concours (2002), the Kiwanis competition (2015, 2016), scholarship holder and others of the Notens tein-La Roche Academy, the DAAD and the Rotary International Foundation. She is currently a lecturer in cello at the University of Music, Drama and Media in Hanover.

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YULIA MILOSLAVSKAYA, PIANO

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Yulia Miloslavskaya belongs to the young generation of up-and-coming pianists. She comes from a family of musicians and showed a great interest in music from an early age. During her training at the Moscow Conservatory (classes of Prof. Starkmann and Ostrovsky) and the Zurich University of the Arts (classes of Prof. Scherbakov and Solomon), she proved herself to be a musician with radiant presence and musical individuality. Yulia is also a member of various chamber music ensembles, various duets, trios and other formations. She performs with Martin Grubinger and Rainer Seegers (drums), Alexander Rudin and Thomas Grossenbacher (cello), Ilya Gringolts and Andreas Janke (violin). The mastery of a comprehensive repertoire and her outstanding skills have been recognized with prizes at various prestigious international competitions and festivals. The first CD "Novelettes" with the works of, among others, F Chopin, F. Liszt, C. Debussy, S. Rachmaninoff was released by Yartista in 2015. In 2017, the album "Primus" was released, including the piano concerto by Shostakovichin in cooperation with the Giraud Ensemble Chamber Orchestra. In 2019, the concerto for two pianos and orchestra was released under the Solo Musica/Sony Music label.

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