3rd Prize € 4.500,- donatet by TONDACH Gleinstätten
Britta JOKOBS, Flute (Germany)
Born in 1974 in Koblenz. 1989-1993 flute lessons with Wolfgang Jablonski (solo flutist with the Rheinische Philharmonie, Koblenz). 1993-1996 studies with András Adorján at the Cologne Conservatory, 1996-1997 at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris with Pierre-Yves Artaud, 1997-2002 with Andrea Lieberknecht first at the Conservatory Cologne, then at the Academy of Music in Hannover (in 2000 graduation with honors, in 2002 Solo Flute Concert Diploma). 1998-2000 studies at the Orchestra Academy of the Berliner Staatskapelle with solo flutist Claudia Stein. Orchestral experience (solo flute) among others at the Chamber Orchestra Cologne under Helmut Müller-Brühl, the European-Union-Youth-Orchestra under Vladimir Ashkenazy, the National Opera House in Berlin “Unter den Linden” and at the Salzburg Festival (“Lulu” under Michael Gielen in 1999). Since 2000 substitute Principal Flutist at the National Theater in Kassel. A variety of awards among them in 1992 national winner of the Youth Music Competition, in 1998 2nd place at the International Chamber Music Competition in Unna with guitarist Irene Kalisvaart, in 2002, 4th place special prize at the International Flute Competition in Markneukirchen, in 2002 together with duo partner Irene Kalisvaart recipient of the Friedrich-Jürgen-Sellheim scholarship.
Mikhail MORDVINOV, Piano (Russia)
Born in 1977 in Moscow. 1984-1994 piano lessons with Tatiana Zelikman, 1994-1999 studies at Gnessins Music Academy in Moscow with Vladimir Tropp (in 1999 Diploma with Honors). Currently postgraduate studies with Bernd Goetzke at the Conservatory of Music and Theater in Hannover. Concerts in Russia since 1985, in 1992 first solo concert in Moscow, in 1993 first international performance in Berlin. 1995-1997 Master courses and participation in the festival “Estate Musicale a Portogruaro”, in Italy. In 1996 first CD recording, in 1998 first solo CD. Piano recitals, performances as a chamber musician and with orchestra all over Europe. Various awards, among which are in 1996 the 1st place and gold medal at the International Robert Schumann Piano Competition in Zwickau, in 1997 the 1st place and special prize at the Franz Schubert Piano Competition in Dortmund, in 1999 special prize for the best interpretation of a piano quintet at the International Schostakowitsch String Quartet Competition in Moscow. Several scholarships.
Prize Winners’ Concert, Stefaniensaal Graz