Mozart - Violin Concertos Nos 3,4,5

with Ana Chumachenco

In this online masterclass, world-famous Ana Chumachenco shares her insight on Mozart's first movements of the Concerto for Violin No 3, 4 and 5.

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Level
intermediate
Course Length
6 lessons · 1h 59m

Ana Chumachenco is recognised as one of the foremost violin teachers in the world and is a professor at the renowned Musikhochschule in Munich. She started to play the violin at the age of four, initially taught by her father, himself a disciple of the great Loepold Auer. At the age of 18 she was awarded the gold medal at the Carl Fleisch competition in London and Yehudi Menuhin, Joseph Sigeti and Sandor Vegh were among her mentors at that time. As well as teaching, she appears as soloist with major orchestra and devotes much of her time to chamber music.

Currently a professor at the renowned Musikhochschule in Munich, the talented violinist is in her element in this masterclass, showing to students her performance of Mozart's first movements of the Concerto for violin No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 composed by Mozart when he was only nineteen.

Students: Eldbjorg Hemsing, Andrej Power, Ania Filochowska

In partnership with The Masterclass Media Foundation Archives, which provides a valuable educational resource in order to perpetuate musical passion and knowledge from one generation to another. [MMF027]


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Ana Chumachenco

Of Russian origin but born in Italy and of Argentinean and German nationality, Ana Chumachenco started to play the violin at the age of four under the supervision of her father, a disciple of Leopold Auer, and later with Ljerko Spiller in Buenos Aires.
After achieving a remarkable career in her early years, she returned to Europe at the age of 17 to continue her studies. A year later she was awarded the gold medal at the Carl Flesch competition in London, and a few years later the silver medal at the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels. Her musical mentors in those years were Joseph Szigeti, Sandor Vegh and Yehudi Menuhin.

Besides her appearances in recitals as a soloist with major orchestras, Ana Chumachenco has dedicated much of her time to chamber music, especially in a string trio with her husband and violist, Oscar Lysy, and cellist Walter Notas, with whom, under the name of the Munich String Trio, she has performed for over 20 years.

Presently Ana Chumachenco holds a professorship at the Musikhochschule in Munich, her students being outstanding young violinists who themselves are international performers. Ana Chumachenco is periodically invited to take part as a juror in major violin competitions, such as the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition of Belgium, the International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition in Helsinki, and others.

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