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Euro Arts Academy Summer 2024
Szczecin, Poland
July 09 ~ August 22

in cooperation with Academy of Art Szczecin and Complex of State Music Schools Szczecin



Eva Sperl

Eva Sperl has a position at the Hochschule für Musik „Franz Liszt“ in Weimar, where she mainly accompanies cello students.  Alongside this she works with the violin students of Carolin Widmann at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Leipzig.


Eva Sperl was born in Hannover and studied in her home town at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater with Bernhard Ebert and the brasilian pianist Roberto Szidon.  After she completed her studies there she transferred to the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Leipzig.  Here she continued studying at the postgraduate level in piano, chamber music and song accompaniment under Gerhard Erber, Horst Böhm and  Karl-Peter Kammerlander, completing her studies successfully in all three faculties.  She enriched her studies by attending masterclasses with Klaus Schilde, Ernst Gröschel, Vitaly Margulis und Vladimir Krainev.


Due to her empathetic style and her extensive repertoire Eva Sperl has developed into a sought-after accompanist and chamber music partner and is invited beyond the boundaries of music colleges to play at masterclasses, competitions and concerts. 


Alongside the heavy workload at the two colleges, she has an active concert schedule as chamber musician to many instrumentalist and singers as well as working as a soloist.  She is asked to be an accompanist at international competitions and festivals.  These have in the past included the “International Summer Academy“ of the Julliard School, New York, the “Euro Music Festival”, the Competition “Young Concert Artists”, the “rotarischen Meisterkursen” in Sondershausen und the “Hans von Bülow-Klavierwettbewerb” in Meiningen.


Eva Sperl has a special affinity to the music of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.  His chamber music and piano music often form a central part of her programming.  She played the complete „Lieder ohne Worte“ at the Mendelssohn-Festtagen in Leipzig and was awarded a Stipendium from the Mendelssohnstiftung Leipzig for her cycle of concerts, where she performed the complete piano works of Mendelssohn with Opusnumbers.  Even more performances of Mendelssohn’s works followed because of this honour.


Eva Sperl has given concert tours in France, Belgium, Poland, Austria, England, Spain, Switzerland and Japan.

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Adam Tomaszewski

Adam Tomaszewski started playing the piano at a very young age. He studied with Prof. Fabio Bidini, first at the Julius Stern Institut at the University of Arts in Berlin, then at the Hanns Eisler Music Academy in Berlin. He graduated in 2015. Adam received his Master Diploma from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in 2019, studying with Janusz Olejniczak.


He took part in several masterclasses working with eminent musicians such as Andrzej Jasinski, Pavel Gavrilov, Aleksander Malter, Eugen Indic, Christian Beldi, Alicja Paleta-Bugaj und KarlHeinz Kämmerling.


Adam Tomaszewski has received several awards at various piano competitions. In 2003 he was a finalist of the 2nd International Competition for Young Pianists in Glubczyce, Poland. He won several prizes at the national level of the Jugend Musiziert competition, both as a soloist and as a member of chamber music ensembles. In 2007 he received the special prize for the best performance of a contemporary work. In 2009 he was awarded the first prize in his category, the Eduard- -Söring-Prize founded by the Stiftung Deutsches Musikleben and the special prize founded by the City of Erlangen. This gave him the opportunity to a spectacular debut at the Konzerthaus Berlin during the Young Euro Classics Festival. In 2009 he performed at the prestigious Kissinger Sommer Festival and at the Tag der Jungen Talente in Berlin. In 2010 Adam Tomaszewski made his debut at the Philharmonic Hall in Berlin, performing Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto with Das Symphonie Orchester. The great reception of his performance resulted in an invitation to perform Sergei Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Concerto with the same orchestra the following year. In 2017 he performed Mozart's Piano Concerto in A major KV488 with the Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra during the opening concert of the Silesian Beethoven Festival in Glogowek, Poland. Adam Tomaszewski performs regularly in Germany, Poland, Italy and Spain as a soloist and a chamber musician.


Together with Simon Zhu, Adam won the Grand Prix at the International Chamber Music Competition in Bydgoszcz. They also performed during the Summer Classic Festival in Copenhagen. Adam Tomaszewski inaugurated the Slaski Festival Muzyczny in 2021 with the concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic Krzysztof Polonek. In 2022, together with Prof. Tomasz Tomaszewski he performed during the 30th Ludwig von Beethoven Festival in Glogowek, as well as in the Philharmony in Opole. In 2023 Adam recorded a chamber music CD with the Polish String Quartet.


He is a scholar of Neustart Kultur founded by the Deutsche Musikrat, the Internationale Beethoven Gesellschaft and the Europäische Forum Polnischer Musik. He currently works as a collaborative pianist in the Bach Gymnasium Berlin.

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Zuzanna Basinska

From early childhood, Polish-born Zuzanna Basinska has been an appreciated and talented chamber musician. She immediately started playing with other musicians, forming various instrumental duos and trios with whom she achieved great success in many competitions.


She has performed in such prestigious concert venues as Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Austrian Cultural Forum, Italian Cultural Institute, British Ambassador’s Residence ‘Villa Wolkonsky’ in Rome, Poznan Philharmonic Hall and much more.


Zuzanna is a laureate of many international competitions such as the 2 nd International Music Competition ‘Olimpo Musicale’ in Prenai, Lithuania, the 16th International Chopin Festival in Mazovia, the 8 th International Piano Competition in Goerlitz, the 2 nd International Simone Delbert Fevrier Piano Competition in Nice or the 19th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Szafarnia among others. In 2018, she received the award for the best pianist during North London Festival of Music, Drama and Dance. In 2019 and 2020, she received awards for the best pianist during the International Georg Philipp Telemann Violin Competition in Poznan. She works at the International Music Masterclasses in Ljubljana, San Vito di Cadore and Opole.


Zuzanna was a scholar of the Business and Professional Women’s Club Poznan as well as the Feliks Nowowiejski Society. She was awarded the City of Poznan Awards and the Prime Minister Award for special achievements.


Zuzanna took part in numerous piano courses and chamber masterclasses in Sweden, England, Germany and Poland, studying with many eminent professors: Helmut Deutsch, Bengt Forsberg, Vanessa Latarche, Kevin Kenner, Colin Carr, Leonid Kerbel, Lewis Kaplan, Tanja Becker-Bender, Kaja Danczowska, Fumiko Eguchi, Anna Malikova, José Gallardo, Sergey Kravchenko, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Edward Zienkowski, Waldemar Andrzejewski, Jozef Stompel and Wojciech Switala. She has performed with such artists as Latica Honda-Rosenberg, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Mats Lidstrom, Szymon Krzeszowiec, Piotr Janosik and Maciej Mlodawski.


Zuzanna graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London with distinction, additionally receiving the August Manns Prize. Her studies with Michael Dussek and James Baillieu were fully supported by the Gilling Family Scholarship and the Benjamin Dale Award. Also, she completed her studies at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, studying piano with Jerzy Sterczynski. She works at the University of Arts in Berlin as a collaborative pianist in the violin class of Latica Honda-Rosenberg.

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Young-Ah Kim

Young-Ah Kim erhielte sie ihren Bachelor und Masters-Abschluss im Fach Klavier an der Seoul Nationalen Universität in Korea mit Bestnote(Cum Laude). Danach schloss sie ihr Künstlerische Diplom und Meisterklasse (Konzertexamen) Klavier mit Auszeichnung bei Prof. Bernd Glemser an der Hochschule für Musik Würzburg ab.


Nach ihrer solistischen Studiengang erweiterte sie ihre berufliche Qualifikation mit Abschluss Liedbegleitungsexamen bei Prof. Jürgen Glauss an der Hochschule für Musik Köln. Als Solistin und Klavierpartnerin gewann sie in zahlreichen Wettbewerben Europa und Korea sowie: 1.Preis und Stipendium beim DAAD Wettbewerb, 3.Preis und Sonderpreis für Zeitgenössische Klavierwerk beim Chatou Klavierwettbewerb, 3.Preis beim Jean Francaix Klavierwettbewerb in Frankreich, 1.Preis Internatinal Liedduo
Concours Enschede Niederlande, 1 Preis sowie Sonderpreis Zeitgenössische Lieder (Pflichtstücke) Cantando Parlando e.V. Liedduo Wettbewerb Deutschland, 3.Preis beim Robert Schumann Liedwettbewerb in Zwickau (mit Sopran Annika Boos), 3.Preis und Sonderpreis des Deutschen Bühnenvereins für beste Interpretation Zeitgenössische Lieder beim Bundeswettbewerb Gesang Berlin (mit Sopran Annika Boos) usw..

Eingeladen zum Meisterkurs Matthias Goerne & Christoph Eschenbach in Essen Philharmonie 2012 und Brigitte Fassbaender in Liederhalle Stuttgart 2015.
Im Jahr 2019 hat sie `Jeanne dárc – Szenen aus dem Leben der Heiligen Johanna` von Walter Braunfels unter der Leitung Stefan Soltesz an der Oper Köln als Gast korrepetiert. Danach im Jahr 2021 hat sie bei einer Opernproduktion 'Mahagonny. Ein Songspiel' von Kurt Weil an dem Europäische Musiktheater e.V. unter der Leitung Hilary Griffiths in Erholungshaus Bayer Leverkusen korrepetiert und mitgestaltet.

Konzerttätigkeit in Deutschland, Niederlande, Italien, Österreich, Frankreich, Schweden, Korea und Japan; Seoul International Music Festival, Weimar Summer International Music Festival, Austria Salzburg Summer Academy, Italy Cervo Music Festival, Amsterdam Grachten Festival, Peter de Grote Groningen Music Festival,
Concertgebouw (spiegelsaal) Amsterdam, Chatou Conservatoire Konzertsaal, Essen Phillharmonie, Beethovenhaus Bonn, Stadthalle Wuppertal (Mendelssohn Saal), Komischer Oper Berlin, Schloss Miel, Museum Insel Hombroich Neuss, Theater Mönchengladbach, Bechstein Zentrum Köln, Seoul Arts Center, Busan Arts Center, Kumho Art Hall, BuAm Art Center, MunHo Art center, MBC Rundfunksaal Busan, Gimhae Arts Center in Korea, Himeji Kammermusiksaal in Japan, usw..

Zur Zeit ist sie eine Lehrbeauftragte als Gesang Korrepetitorin an der Hochschule für Musik Köln und an der Internationale Akademie für Musik Köln.

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