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Aglaya González performs with following ensembles:

  • Zahir Ensemble

zahir ensemble

  • Taller Sonoro

taller sonoro

  • Orquesta barroca de Sevilla

orquesta barroca sevilla

  • Ensemble Modern

ensemble modern

  • Ensemble Recherche

ensemble recherche

  • Vertixe Sonora Ensemble

vertixe sonora ensemble

  • Klangforum Wien

klangforum wien

  • Ensemble Mutare

 

If you are interested in hiring Aglaya for her to give viola and chamber music courses, please fill out the contact form in this website.

Aglaya González teaches as a viola Professor at Conservatorio Superior de Música "Manuel Castillo", Sevilla.

If you are interested in hiring Aglaya for teaching purposes, please fill out the contact form in this website.

      Aglaya González is regularly invited to give music courses, workshops and masterclasses at international music institutions such as Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Mozarteum Salzburg, The Royal Danish Academy of Music (Copenhagen) and numerous spanish conservatoires.

      If you are interested in hiring Aglaya for taching purposes, please fill out the contact form in this website.

Aglaya González has a special interest in scordatura (mistuning of the strings) since she was a child. She completed her Doctor Degree with an investigation about this topic:

“LA SCORDATURA EN EL REPERTORIO PARA VIOLA E INSTRUMENTOS DE SU FAMILIA: ASPECTOS TÉCNICOS, INTERPRETATIVOS Y EXPRESIVOS”

Aglaya gives several conferences and workshops about scordatura at the following Universities:

  • Universidad Alfonso X (Madrid) 2017
  • HfMDK (Frankfurt) 2017

She is organizing various concert-conferences and workshops for instrumentalists, composers and musicologists.
If you are interested in the topic, have composed or are aware of pieces with scordatura, please fill out the contact form in this website.

Aglaya González has expanded her horizons in the field of coaching, education & business doing teamwork workshops in collaboration with the Italian coaching company "Your Business Partner" (Milan www.y-b-p.it) and Grünenthal (Aachen), among others.

In the workshops, the Améi Quartett, catches and shows the main principles of working together, playing different pieces and speaking about the challenges - mostly from the emotional side - coping with different aspects: collaboration, routine, innovation, interpretation, flexibility, improvisation, etc.


Here you can see some information about the projects:
http://d2x4c.s67.it/f/rnl.aspx/?iel=qwyyf:fh=o5af0=rw_7a2c.=30-0mhg:0&x=pp&ty&ana3:-96baNCLM

The word “museum” derives from the ancient Greek, meaning “house of muses”. Nevertheless, the muse of music known as Aedea or Eutherpe, seems not to have frequented such places often enough.
Aglaya, a name coming from the Greek mythology, (Ἀγλαΐα, “the glowing grace”) was the youngest and prettiest from the Three Graces, and symbolizes intelligence, creative potential, and intellectual intuition.
The violist Aglaya González expands her creativity and follows her intuition in order to reach out musically every corner of the museums. She presents thematic concerts through a repertory directly bound with the exposition, adequate to the particular characteristics of each museum or exhibition halls. This repertoire consists of instrumental pieces combined with vocal pieces, poetry and comments about the artistic works and their authors.
She participates in projects such as "MusaE" (http://www.musae.es), a project that claims the presence of music in museums, making them the home of all the arts and generating a synesthetic experience and a special artist-public interaction. It seeks to reach the most intimate of each viewer, that place where each person recognizes itself in art and rejoices in contemplating it. Aglaya as an artist has within reach the possibility of regenerating through music a society that has a little forgotten how to appreciate the exuberant beauty of the spirit.
Below you can see samples of several thematic concerts in museums:

 

Spanish music concert at Museo Sorolla (Madrid)

Aglaya González, viola

 

Sephardic & mystic music at Museo Sefardí (Toledo)

Aglaya González, viola & viola d’amore

 

If you want to hire a thematic concert please fill out the contact form in this website.

Aglaya González playing Biber in Feuerwerk Trainings Zentrum Frankfurt - On Day in Live (Liebeskind)

Aglaya González playing in Bunker (hr)

Aglaya González playing Schoenberg in Autrans
Portrait dun jeune chef dorchestre Iseerois (France 3)

Améi Quartett rehearsing Bailie - Die Donaueschinger Musiktage 2016 - Kunscht! (SWR)

Améi Quartett playing Bailie in Donaueshingen (SWR)

VIOLA D'AMORE

Ariosti, A

6 viola d´amore lesson

Loeb, D.

Three reflections on sephardic melodies for viola d’amore

Hindemith, P.

Kleine d´amore Sonate 1. Satz
Kleine Sonate Op. 25 Nr. 2

Vivaldi, A.

Konzerte für Viola D'amore und Orchester

 

Content:

 

SOLO

Viola Solo

Bach, J.S./ Kodály, Z.

Fantasia Cromatica, BWV 903

Ben-Haim

Three songs without words for viola (1952)
Three songs without words” (1952), arreglo de A. González (2016)

Britten, B.

“Lachrymae” op 48. Reflections on a song of Dowland

Campagnoli

Caprices op. 22

Dont

24 Studies for viola op. 37

Fiorillo

31 Selected Studies for viola

González-Escuder, Ivan

Seis miniaturas frías

Hindemith, P.

Sonata for solo viola op. 25 Nº 1 (1922)

Ligeti, G.

Sonata for viola solo (1991-94)

Mazas

Studies Brilliants op. 36

Ney, Casimir

24 Preludes for viola

Pack, Y.

“Nouances” for viola solo (2009)

Polaschko

10 Studies for viola op. 49

Polo

30 Studies

Ramos R., Diego 

♫ SOLA (2013)

Reger, M.

Suite Nº 1 in G minor for solo viola, op. 131 d
Suite Nº2 in D Major for solo viola, op. 131 d
Suite Nº3 in E minor for solo viola, op. 131 d

Rode

Twenty-four Caprices for violin, arranged for viola

Rolla, A.

Three pieces for solo viola

Stravinsky, I.F.

Elegie

Torres, J.

Piezas místicas para viola solo (2006)

Vieux, M.

20 Studies

Vieuxtemps, H.

Capriccio

Zimmermann, B.A

Sonata for solo Viola «…an den Gesang eines Engels»

 

 Viola & Piano

Ben-Haim

Three songs without words for viola and piano (1952)

Beethoven, L.V.

Seven variations about a theme of the Magical Flute by Mozart, WoO 46, for viola and piano.

Bloch, E.

“Suite hébraïque” for viola and piano
Suite for viola and piano (1919)

Brahms, J.

Scherzo (F.A.E. Sonate)
Sonata op. 120 nº 1 in F minor for viola and piano
Sonata op. 120 nº 2 in E flat major for viola and piano

Britten, B.

♫ “Lachrymae” op 48. Reflections on a song of Dowland

Brotons, S.

Sonata for viola and piano (1982)

Bruch, M.

Romance for viola and piano

Clarke, R.

Sonata for viola and piano (1919)

Enescu, G.

Konzertstück

Glazounov, A.

Elegy for viola and piano, op. 44

Glinka, M.

Sonata for viola and piano in D minor

Hindemith, P.

“Der Schwanendreher”
Meditation
Sonata op. 11, Nr 4 (1919)
Trauermusik

Hummel, B.

Sonatina for viola and piano

Hummel, J.N.

Fantasy for viola and piano

Kodály, Z.

Adagio for viola and piano

Marais, M.

The five old French’s dances

Milhaud, D.

“Quatre Visages” for viola and piano

Paganini, N.

Moto perpetuo for viola and piano

Prokofiev, S.

Pieces from the suite “Romeo and Juliet”, arr. for viola and piano by V. Borisovsky

Reinecke, C.

“Drei Phantasiestücke”, op.43.

Schubert, F.

Sonata “Arpeggione” in A minor

Schumann, R.

“Märchenbilder” for viola and piano, op. 113
Adagio and allegro, op. 70

Shostakovich,D.

Sonata op. 147

Sitt, H.

Concert Piece in G minor, op. 46

Vieuxtemps, H.

Elegy for viola and piano, op. 30
Sonata in B major, op.36

Walton, W.

Viola Concerto

Wieniawski, H.

Legend for viola and piano

 

 Viola & Orchestra

Bartók, B.

Viola Concerto

Bloch, E.

Suite (1919)

Hindemith, P.

“Der Schwanendreher”
Trauermusik

Hoffmeister, F.A.

Concerto for Viola and orchestra in D major

Hummel, J.N.

Fantasy for viola and orchestra

Mozart, W.A.

Clarinet Concert in A major
♫ Concertant Symphony in E Flat major K. 364 for violin, viola and orchestra

Stamitz, K.

Concerto for viola and orchestra in D major

Walton, W.

Viola Concerto

Weber, C.M.

“Hungarian Andante and Rondo” op.35 for viola and orchestra.

 

CHAMBER MUSIC

Duos | Trios

Berio, L.

Naturale for viola, percussion and tape

Bogacz, V. G.

Poema für Streichtrio (2014) (Uraufführung)

Brahms, J.

Lieder Op.91
Trio in a minor op.114

Bruch, M.

Eight pieces for clarinet, viola and piano, op. 83

Chihara, P.

“Redwood” for viola and percussion

Debussy, C.

Sonata for flute, viola and harp

Haubenstock-Ramati, R.

String Trio

Kingsland, Ch.

“Breakdown” for alto flute, clarinet & viola (2009)

Knox, G.

Marin Marais Variations

Lachenmann, H.

Trio fluido

Mozart, W.A.

Trio for clarinet, viola and piano “Kegelstatt”, KV. 498

Müller-Hornbach, G.

Fremde Begegnung, Trio für Klarinette, Viola und Klavier (2013-15)

Schumann, R.

Märchenerzählungen, for clarinet, viola and piano, op. 132

Sciarrino, S.

Codex Purpureus

Webern, A.

String Trio Op. 20

 

Quartets

Ahvenniemi, R. S.

Wuthering Modes, not "moods" (Uraufführung)

Bailie, Joanna

Music from Public Places für 24 Stimmen, Elektronik und Instrumente

Bartók, B.

String Quartet No. 1, op. 7
String Quartet No. 2

Beethoven, L.V.

Piano quartet N2 WoO 36
String Quartet No. 1 in F major op. 18
String Quartet No. 4 in C mino op. 18
String Quartet No. 6 in B flot major op. 18

Borodin, A.

String Quartet Nr 2, in D major

Brahms, J.

Piano Quartet Nr 1 in G minor, op. 60
Piano Quartet Nr 2 in A major, op. 60
Piano Quartet Nr 3 in C minor, op. 60

Cage, J.

String Quartet in Four Parts

Debussy, C.

String Quartet in g

Denhoff, M.

Strophen für Streichquartett

Dvorak, A.

String Quartet “The cypresses”
String Quartet Nr 12 in F major “American”

Eisler, H.

Streichquartett op. 75

Faure, G.

Piano Quartet Nr 2 in G minor, op. 45

Feldman, M.

String Quartet No.2

Haydn, F.J.

String Quartet Nr 3 op.33 “The bird”

Hindemith, P.

Streichquartett in Es (1943)

Huber, N. A.

Informationen über die Töne e und f für Streichquartett (1965/66)

Ives, Ch.

Quartet No. 2

Knox, G.

Marin Marais Variationsfor 4 violas

Krommer, F.

Cuarteto para fagot, 2 violas y violonchelo op 46 núm. 1

Lachenmann, H.

Gran Torso (Streichquartett N1)

Ligeti, G.

Quartet No. 1 Metamorphoses nocturnes

Maderna, B.

String Quartet

Mahler, G.

Piano Quartet

Mendelssohn, F.

String Quartet op.44, 2
Piano Quartet in F minor

Mozart, W.A.

String Quartet in D minor, KV. 421
String Quartet in A major, KV. 464
String Quartet in D major, KV. 575
Piano Quartet in G minor, KV. 478

Ramos-Rodríguez, D.

Diferentes figuras de inspiración (2013-17) (Uraufführung)

Schnittke, A.

Piano Quartet

Schönberg, A.

String quartet No.2

Schubert, F.

String Quartet nº13 in A minor “Rosamunde”

Schumann, R.

Piano Quartet, op. 47

Shostakovich, D.

String Quartet 7 
String Quartet 8

Smetama, B.

String Quartet No. 1 "From my live"

Webern, A.

5 Stücke Op.5

Zimmermann, W.

Zehn Fränkische Tänze für Streichquartett (1977)

 

Quintets | Sextets

Andre, Mark

Asche

Berio, L.

Differences für 5 instrumente and tonband (1958/59)

Brahms, J.

String Sextet Nr 2 in G Major, op. 36

Cardew, C.

Teatrise

Cerha, F.

Quintett für Oboe und Streichquartett (2007)

Dean, B.

“Wendezeit” for five violas (1988)

Denerin, H.

Verzeitlichung (2015)

Dumont, A.

Berceuse et des poussiéres (2012)

Dvorak, A.

Piano Quintet A Major op.81
Piano Quintet Nr 1 in A major, op. 5 B. 28

Ferneyhough, B.

Liber Scintillarum

Grisey, G.

Vortex temporum (1994-96)

Kagel, M.

Exotica für aussereuropäische Instrumente (1971/72)

Khubeev, A.

Sounds of the dark time (2011)

Knox, G.

Ockeghem Fantasy

Lindberg, M.

Quintet for clarinet and strings (1992)

Prokofiev, S.

Quintet in G minor, op. 39 (1924)

Purcell-Pauset

In nomine of six parts

Schönberg, A.

Verklärte Nacht op. 4 (1943)

Schubert, F.

Piano Quintet in A major (Trout)

Strauss, R.

Capriccio op. 85 TrV 279 (1940-1941)

 

ENSEMBLE

Adams, J.

Son of Chamber Symphony for chamber ensemble (2007)

Andriessen, L.

De Snelheid
De Staat

Bailie, Joanna

Music from Public Places für 24 Stimmen, Elektronik und Instrumente

Beethoven, L.V.

Septet

Berio, L.

Folksongs for mezzo & 7 instruments (1964-73)

Birtwistle, H.

Cortege - a ceremony for 14 musicians (2007)

Boulez, P.

Le Marteau sans maître

Brown, E.

Centering für Solovioline und Kammerensemble (1973)

Cardew, C.

Teatrise

Claren, S.

Schlachten II (2016)

Coccia C.

Caterina di Guisa

Czernowin, Ch.

Ayre

Feldman, M.

The viola in my life

Ferneyhough, B.

Liber Scintillarum

Freund, D.

“Test of Time” (2009) for IU NME (Uraufführung)

Furrer, B.

La blanca notte

Gander, B.

Take Death

Golijov, O.

“Last Round” (1996)

Grisey, G.

Vortex temporum (1994-96)

Grossman, J.

Unconsciously by Us (2006-2010)

Harvey, J.

Death of Light, Light of Death

Hoffmann, R.

Kunst pfeifen

Huber, N. A.

Konzert für naturmodulierte Soli und Ensemble (2008)
Mit etwas Extremismus (1992)
Zum Beispiel: Bogende Äste fur ensemble (2011)

Ichiyanagi, T.

Music for electronic Metronomes (1960)

Kagel, M.

“Western” aus Stücke der Windrosen
Exotica für aussereuropäische Instrumente (1971/72)

Klein, J.

“Occam´s Razor” seven studies for ten players (1994-99)

Lazkano, R.

Erlantz

Ligeti, G.

Kammerconcert für 13 Instrumentalisten (1969/70)

Mendelssohn, F.

String Octet op. 20

Mundry, Isabel

Das Rohe und das Geformte III

Muntendorf, B.

Behind her back (2013) (Uraufführung)
MissingT (2013) (Uraufführung)

Muñoz, Daniel

Indika

Murail, T.

Vues Aériennes (1988)

Navarro, Gonzalo

Música diagonal

Niedermaier, T.

Upon this Rock (2009) (Uraufführung)

Nono, L.

Prometeo
Incontri (1995)

Obst, M.

Die Befristeten

Oehring, H.

AGOTA? Die Analphabetin (Uraufführung)

Orrego-Salas, J.

Concertino (1999)

Paúl, Abel

Room & Elbow (2016) (Uraufführung)

Phan, P.Q.

“Songs of Solitude” (2007)

Planells, J.

Vier stücke (2014) (Uraufführung)

Prabowo, T.

Gandari Dance Opera

Przybyllski, D.

Chamber Concerto for 15 musicians (2013) (Uraufführung)
Green and maroon (2013) (Uraufführung)

Reich, S.

Eight Lines (1983)

Rieks, F. F. A.

Ensemble Nr. 14 b, Op.40 - für 19 Musiker (2014) (Uraufführung)

Riemer, A.

Lieder

Rio-Pareja, J.

Ein Rausch im Sonnenglanz

Rohloff, S.

Colonies (2013) (Uraufführung)

Romitelli, F.

Professor Band Trip, Lesson I (1998)

Scheuer, B.

Absurde apparate (2013) (Uraufführung)

Schoenberg /Abrahamsen

“Vier Stücke” aus 6. Kleine Klavierstück

Skordis, A.

An empty something….something empty…. (2013) (Uraufführung)

Snir, A.

NonEntities (part I) (2013) (Uraufführung)

Staud, J. M.

Wheat, not oats, dear. I´m afraid

Steen-Andersen, S.

Black Box Music

Strauss, R.

Capriccio op. 85 TrV 279 (1940/1941)

Suzuki, Kotoka

Distortion (1999)

Travers, A.

Las Guitarras Azules (2008)

Weill, K.

Down in the Valley (1948)
Five Songs from hukleberry Finn (1950)

Werner, A.

BlackNoise II (2015) (Uraufführung)

Yun, Isang

Distanzen (1988)

Zorn, J.

Cobra (1984)

 

ORCHESTRA

 Abe, K.

Prism Rhapsody

Adams, J.

Chairman Dances

Adés, Th.

Tempest

Albert, E.

Tiefland

Arriaga, J. C.

Overtura “los esclavos felices”

Aydin, Y.

“anders” for piano & 24 strings

Bartók, B.

Concerto for Orchestra (1943)
Herzog Blaubarts Burg
Rapsodia nº 1 for violin and Orchestra

Beethoven, L.V.

Leonoren, Ouvertüre Nr 3
Symphony No. 4 op. 60
“Coriolan” op.62
Concerto for Piano, Violin and Violoncello C Major, op. 56
Symphony nº 1 in C major, op. 120
Symphony nº 7 in A Major, op. 92
Symphony nº 8 in F Major, op. 93
Violin Concerto in D major, op. 61

Bellini, V.

Sonnanbula

Berg, A.

Violinkonzert

Berlioz, H.

Symphonie Fantastique op. 14

Brahms, J.

Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra A minor, op. 102
Symphony nº 1 in C minor, op. 68

Britten, B.

Simple Symphonie

Bruch, M.

Concert for Clarinet, Viola and Orchestra
Violin Concerto in G minor

Bruckner, A.

“Te Deum“
Symphonie Nr. 5 B-Dur WAB 105
Symphony no. 6 in A major
Symphony No. 7

Cerha, Franz

Konzert für Schlagzeug und Orchester (2007-2008)

Cerrato, B.

Soliloquio for electronics, orchestra and soprano

Cervelló, J.

Cinc Cops d’Arc Fonamentals

Corigliano, J.

"The Conjurer" concert for percussion and orchestra (2007)

d' Albert, E.

Tiefland

Dean, B.

“Carlo” for strings, sampler and tape (1997)
Etüdenfest (2000)

Debussy, C.

Jeux

Delius, F.

A Village Romeo and Juliet

Dorman, A.

"Frozen in Time" für Schlagzeug und Orchester (2007)

Dvorak, A.

Concerto for cello and orchestra in B minor, op.104
Karneval-Ouvertüre
Sinphony No. 8
Sinphony No. 9
Rusalka

Eldgar, E.

Cello Koncert

Enescu, G.

Oedipe

Gluck, Ch. W.

Ezio

Goebbels, H.

Surrogate Cities (1994)

Gourzi, K.

Ny-él, two Angels in the White Garden

Grieg, E.

“Peer Gynt” Suite
Concerto for piano and orchestra in A minor, op. 16

Grüter, M.

Allheilmittel (2017)

Halfter, C.

“daliniana”

Hartl, Bruno

Konzert für Multiperkussion und Orchester op. 23 (2008)

Hartmann, K.A.

Gesangsszene (1963)

Haydn, F.J.

Toy Symphony

Humperdinck, E

Hänsel & Gretel

Ives, Ch.

Central Park in the Dark (1906)

Janácek, L.

I viaggi del Signor Broucek

Jarrell, M.

La Chambre aux Échos (2010)

Lachenmann, H.

Schreiben (2003)
Schwankungen am Rand – Musik für Blech und Saiten (1974/75)

Lehmann-Horn, M.

"Rot…. Konzert für Solo-Percussion und großes Orchester (2010)
Tree songs for soprano and orchestra

Ligeti, G.

Concerto Romanesc (1951)
San Francisco Polyphony (1973/74)

Logothetis, A.

Sechs Orchesterlieder

Mahler, G.

Lieder from “Des Knaben Wunderhorn” for baritone and orchestra
Lieder nach Gedichten von Friedrich Rückert und ausgewählte Lieder
Symphony Nr. 6 in A minor

Martinu, B.

Julietta

Massenet, J.

Werther

Matalon, M.

Spinning Lines (2017)

Mendelssohn, F.

Concerto for Violin in E minor

Messiaen, O.

“Des Canyons aux Etoiles”

Moret, N.

Violin Concerto "En rève"

Mozart, W.A.

Così fan tutte KV588
Zauberflöte
Don Giovanni
Requiem
Andante KV 315 for oboe and orchestra
Concerto for flute, harp and orchestra in C major, KV 299
Concerto for piano and orchestra nº 9 KV 271
Klarinettenkonzert
Symphony concert for violin, viola and orchestra, in E Flat major K. 364
Symphony in C major nº 41 KV 551« Jupiter »
Symphony nº 40 in G minor

Neuwirth, O.

Trurliade-Zone Zero (2016) (Urafführung)

Paganini, N.

Koncert für violine und orchester Nr 1

Puccini, G.

Tosca
La fanciulla del West
La Bohème

Ravel, M.

Bolero

Rihm, W.

Der Maler träumt für Bariton und Ensemble (2008/09)

Rossini, G.

La gazza ladra
La Cenerentola

Ruzicka, Peter

"Aulodie" Oboe Concerto (2011)

Saariaho, K.

Terra Memoria, String Orchestra Version (2009)

Sardà, A.

Llebeig

Schönberg, A.

Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene op. 34 (1929/30)
Pelleas and Melisande, op. 5 (1902/03)
Chamber Symphony no.2 in E Major, op. 38 (1940)
Verklärte Nacht op. 4 (1943)

Schostakowitsch, D.

Moscow Cheremushki Suite
Symphony no. 15 in A minor, op. 141
Symphony op. 110ª (arr. Rudolf Barshai)

Schubert, F.

Symphony nº 3 in D major
Messe D.872

Schumann, R.

Symphony nº 4 in D minor, op. 120
Klavierkonzert in a-Moll, op. 54

Sibelius, J.

Symphony No. 2 in D major, op. 43
Symphonie Nr. 7 C-Dur, op. 105
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47.

Sotelo, M.

El Público (Oper)

Strauss, R.

4 letzte Lieder
Eine Alpensinfonie
Metamorphosis
Sinfonie f-Moll op. 12
Till Eulenspiegel
Tod und Verklärung, op. 24
Ariadne auf Naxos
Daphne
Rosenkavalier
Frau ohne Schatten

Stravinski, I.

Le Sacre du Printemps

Valent, Joan

Caiassa (2010)
Pangaea (2010)
Quatre estaciones a Mallorca (2011)

Verdi, G.

Les vêpres siciliennes
Falstaff
Otello

Vicent, Josep

Insound (2010)

Wagner, R.

Tristan e Isolda
Tannhäusser

Wallin, Rolf

"Das war schön!" for percussion and orchestra (2006)

Webern, A.

6 Stücke op. 6 (1909)
Konzert op. 24 (1934)

Xenakis, I.

Le sacrifice (1953)

 

PREMIERES

Ahvenniemi, R. S.

Wuthering Modes, not "moods" (2017)

Bailie, J.

Music from Public Places für 24 Stimmen, Elektronik und Instrumente

Bogacz, V. G.

Poema für Streichtrio (2014)

Claren, S.

Schlachten II (2016)

Denerin, H.

Verzeitlichung (2015)

Freund, D.

“Test of Time” (2009) for IU NME

González-Escuder, I.

Seis miniaturas frías

Languillat, R.

Vision of the Cosmic Light d après Hildegard von Bingen

Logothetis, A.

Sechs Orchesterlieder

Müller-Hornbach, G.

Fremde Begegnung, Trio für Klarinette, Viola und Klavier (2013-15)

Muntendorf, B.

Behind her back (2013)
MissingT (2013)

Neuwirth, O.

Trurliade-Zone Zero (2016)

Niedermaier, T.

Upon this Rock (2009)

Oehring, H.

AGOTA? Die Analphabetin (2016)

Paúl, A.

Room & Elbow (2016)

Planells, J.

Vier stücke (2014)

Przybyllski, D.

Chamber Concerto for 15 musicians (2013)
Green and maroon (2013)

Ramos R., D.

SOLA (2013)
Diferentes figuras de inspiración (2013-17)

Rieks, F. F. A.

Ensemble Nr. 14 b, Op.40 - für 19 Musiker (2014)

Rohloff, S.

Colonies (2013)

Scheuer, B.

Absurde apparate (2013)

Skordis, A.

An empty something….something empty…. (2013)

Snir, A.

NonEntities (part I) (2013)

Werner, A.

BlackNoise II (2015)

Yokoyama, M.

Folklore for string quartet (2017)

Content:

 

SOLO

Viola Solo

Bach, J.S.

Fantasia Cromatica, BWV 903
Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007
Suite No.2 in D minor, BWV 1008
Suite No.3 in G major, BWV 1009
Suite No.4 in E flat major, BWV 1010
Suite No.5 in c minor, BWV 1011
Suite No.6 in G major, BWV 1012
Sonata No. 1 BWV 1001
Partita No. 1 BWV 1002
Sonata No. 2 BWV 1003
Partita No. 2 BWV 1004
Partita No. 3 BWV 1006

Biber, H.

Sonata X, La Crucifixión
Passacaglia in C minor

Hoffmeister, F.

Studies for viola solo

Telemann, G.Ph

Fantasies für Violine

 

Viola & BC

Bach, C. P. E.

Gambe Sonaten

Bach, J.S.

Gambe Sonata nº1 in G major, BWV 1027
Gambe Sonata nº2 in D major, BWV 1028
Gambe Sonata nº3 in g minor, BWV 1029

Biber, H.

Sonata VI (1680)
Sonata X, La Crucifixión

Marais, M.

Old French’s dances

Marcello, B.

Sonatas

Marini, B.

Sonata quarta op.6

Rios, Felipe de los

Sonata para viola y bajo Nº 1 en Do Mayor (1778)
♫ Sonata para viola y bajo Nº 2 en Re Mayor (1781)

Telemann, G.

Metodische Sonata

 

Viola & Orchestra

Graun, J. G.

Konzert für Viola, Streicher und Basso continuo Es-Dur Cv:XIII:116

Hoffmeister, F.A.

Concerto for Viola and orchestra in D major

Mozart, W. A.

Concertant Symphony in E Flat major K. 364 for violin, viola and orchestra.
Clarinet Concert in A major

Stamitz, K.

Concerto for viola and orchestra in D major
Konzert G Dur

Telemann, G.Ph.

Concerto for viola and orchestra in G major
Konzert für 2 Violas TWV 52:G3

 

CHAMBER MUSIC

Duos | Trios

Bach, C.P.E.

Trio Sonata in F major, Wq 163

Bach, W.F.

Duo für zwei Bratschen G-Dur

Beethoven, L.V.

Serenade in D major op. 25 (1801)
String Trios

Biber, H.

Harmonia Artificiosa

Boccherini, L

Terzett op. 47 Nº 3 in B-Dur (G. 109)

Graun, C. H.

Trio Sonate in F major

Mozart, W.A.

Duetten für Violine and Viola
Trio “Kegelstatt”, KV. 498
Trio KV 498 "Kegelstatt-trio"

Rios, Felipe de los

Sonata para viola y bajo Nº 1 en Do Mayor (1778)
♫ Sonata para viola y bajo Nº 2 en Re Mayor (1781)

Schumann, R.

Märchenerzählungen, for clarinet, viola and piano, op. 132

Purcell, H.

Sonatas of three parts (1683)

 

 Quartets

Beethoven, L.V.

String Quartet No. 1 in F major op. 18
String Quartet No. 4 in C mino op. 18
String Quartet No. 6 in B flot major op. 18
Quartet for piano, violin, viola and violoncello No. 3 WoO 36

Haydn, F.J.

String Quartet Nr 3 op.33 “The bird”

Mendelssohn, F.

String Quartet op.13, No. 2 in A Minor
String Quartet op.44, 2

Mozart, W.A.

String Quartet in D minor, KV. 421
String Quartet in A major, KV. 464
String Quartet in D major, KV. 575
Piano Quartet in G minor, KV. 478
Flute Quartet in D major K.285

 

 Quintets | Sextets

Mozart, W.A.

String Quintet in C major, KV 515
String Quintet in g moll
String Quitet in c moll
Horn Quintet in E-flat major K.407
Clarinet Quintet in A major K.581

Schmelzer, J. H.

Sonata à 5

Steinbacher, J. M.

Konzert für Cembalo solo und Streicher in a–Moll

 

 ENSEMBLE

Bach, J.S.

Motets
“Ach, dass ichWassers gnug Hätte” für Alt, Violine, 3 violen und Basso continuo
Brandenburg concerto nº 1 in F major, BWV 1046
Brandenburg concerto nº 2 in F major, BWV 1047
Brandenburg concerto nº 3 in G major, BWV 1048
Brandenburg concerto nº 4 in G major, BWV 1049
Brandenburg concerto nº 5 in D major, BWV 1050
Brandenburg concerto n°6 in B flat major BWV 1051
Cantatas

Pergolesi G.B.

Stabat Mater

Rosano, M.

Stabat Mater

Fux, J. J.

Serenada à 8

 

 ORCHESTRA

Arriaga, J.C.

Overtura “los esclavos felices”

Bach, C.P.E.

Magnificat
Heilig, H.778

Bach, J.S.

Matheus Passion, BWV 244
Christmas Oratorium
Messe in H moll, BWV 232
Cantatas
Orchestral Suites BWV1066-69
Missa in F BWV 233

Beethoven, L.

Sinfonie Nr. 3  in Es-Dur  Op. 55  „Eroica“  
Kantate „Der glorreiche Augenblick” Op. 136

Händel, G.F.

Concerto Grosso op 3 Nr. 2 B-Dur
Messias

Haydn, H.

Die Schöpfung

Monteverdi, C.

Marienvesper

Mozart, W.A

Requiem

Muffat, G.

Armonico Tributo

Purcell, H.

Dido & Eneas
Fairy Queen Suite
If love's a sweet passion

Schubert, F.

Messe in As-Dur, D 678

Telemann, G.Ph.

Brockes Passion
Orpheus
Suite g-moll

Vivaldi, A.

La Notte op. 10, Nr 2
Le quattro stagioni

 

 PREMIERES

Languillat, R.

Vision of the Cosmic Light d après Hildegard von Bingen
♫ Vision of the Living Light for baroque viola

 

 

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B. BRITTEN: Lachrymae, “Reflections on a song of John Dowland” op.48 (version for viola and harp)

L. BERIO: Naturale for viola, percussion and tape

V. G. BOGACZ: Poema für Streichtrio (2014)

H. EISLER: Streichquartett op. 75 (1938)

F. CERHA: Quintett für Oboe und Streichquartett

D. RAMOS RODRÍGUEZ: SOLA (2013) Uraufführung

D. SHOSTAKOVICH: Sonata op. 147, mov.III

F. SCHUBERT: Arpeggione Sonate, I. Allegro moderato

G. MÜLLER-HORNBACH: Fremde Begegnung Uraufführung

H. LACHENMANN: Gran Torso (Streichquartett N1)

Ramos-Rodríguez, D. : Diferentes figuras de inspiración (2013-17)

Zimmermann, W. : Zehn Fränkische Tänze für Streichquartett

F. KROMMER: Quartet for basoon, 2 violas & violoncello op. 46 No 1

VIDEO

L. V. BEETHOVEN: Cuarteto para piano, violín, viola y violonchelo núm. 2 en re mayor WoO 36

VIDEO

W. A. MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante, mov. III

R. LANGUILLAT: Visions of the Living Light for baroque viola

F. de los RIOS: Sonata para viola y bajo Nº 2 en Re Mayor (1781) II Adagio

Hindemith: Kleine d´amore Sonate 1. Satz

CONTENT

 

TEACHING & PEDAGOGY

Teaching positions:
• Professor at Conservatorio Superior de Música „Manuel Castillo“ Sevilla 2018-
• Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts 2017-

Music courses, workshops & masterclasses:
• Hong Kong Baptist University
• NeuBo (Bonares, Huelva)
• Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts
• Mozarteum Salzburg
• The Royal Danish Academy of Music (Copenhagen)
• Conservatorios Profesionales de Música (Spain)
• HfM Detmold Sommerakademie

Teaching Internships
• International Ensemble Modern Academy
• IGS Nordend with ALTANA Foundation (Frankfurt am Main)
• Conservatorio Profesional de Música "El Espinillo" (Madrid)
• Conservatorio Profesional de Música "Amaniel" (Madrid)

 

 SOLO & CHAMBER MUSIC

• Recitals in Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Swizerland, Norwey, Israel, USA.
Cuarteto Palatín (cuarteto residente del CSM “Manuel Castillo” de Sevilla) 2019-
Bellver Trio 2018-
Dúo ZinKo 2016-
Duo Braccia 2004-
Isenburg Quartett 2019
Trio Morgana 2018-2019
• Améi Quartett 2012-17
• Ensemble Tempus Konnex 2015-17
• Ensemble Recherche (guest musician) 2015-17
• Ensemble Modern (guest musician) 2014-17
• IEMA Ensemble 2012-13
• The World Orchestra String Quartet 2012
• “Gustav Mahler Academy” 2011 & 2012
• Trio Smile 2006-12
• Dúo A+A 2010-11
• Indiana University New Music Ensemble 2009-10
• Soloist with Orquesta de Cámara Andrés Segovia 2009
• Zermatt Festival Academy with Scharoun Ensemble 2008
• Soloist with Barockakademie der Hochschule für Musik Detmold 2008
• Detmolder Piano Quartet 2007-08
• Ad Libitum String Quartet 2002-05
• Soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León 2004
• Grupo Schumann de Cap Gemini 2002-2003
• Cuarteto Cariátide 2002-2003

Chamber Music Concerts with Garth Knox, Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Klaus Thunemann, Peter Orth, Piotr Oczkowski, Ulrike-Anima Mathé, Xenia Jankovich, Hagai Shaham, Lilli Maijala, Hillel Zori, Marco Ricci, among others.

Chamber Musik Masterclasses with Tabea Zimmermann, Lucas Fels, András Schiff, Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Klaus Thunemann, Orion Quartet, Eberhard Feltz, Tokyo String Quartet, Rosamunde String Quartet, Walter Levin, Rainer schmidt, Sharoun Ensemble, Jean-Louis Haguenauer, Menahem Pressler, Ik-Hwan Bae, Jorja Fleezanis, Mark Kaplan, Alexander Kerr Yael Weiss, Michael Kasper, Jagdisch Mistry, Helmut Lachenmann und Nicolaus A. Huber, among others.

Chamber Music Premieres by Mauricio Sotelo, Aurélien Dumont, Henrik Denerin, André Werner, Steen-Andersen, Diego Ramos-Rodriguez, Mioko Yokoyama, Raphaël Languillat, Rebecka Sofia Ahvenniemi, among others.

 

EARLY MUSIC

• Orquesta barroca de Sevilla (2018-2020)
• La Stagione Frankfurt
(2019)
• Academia de Música Antigua de Cantabria
(2019)
• La Madrileña
(2019)
• Bach-Collegium Konstanz
(2019)
• Le Concert Lorrain
(2013-19)
• Camerata Ludoviciana (
2018)
• Bach-Ensemble Wiesbaden (
2018)
• Bachorchester Capella Montana
(2017-18)
Darmstädter Hofkapelle
(2017)
• Orchester Capella Montana
(2017)
• Capella Academica Frankfurt
(2016)
• HIP Barockorchester und Ensemble
(2014-16)
• Barockorchester Klassik am Meer
(2014)
• Bachorchester Wiesbaden
(2014)
• Freiburger Bachorchester
(2013-14)
• BLEMF, Bloomington Bach Cantata Project
(2010-11)
• Indiana University Baroque Orchestra
(2010-11)
• Barockakademie HfM Detmold
(2005-09)

 

NEW MUSIC

• Taller Sonoro 2018-

• Zahir Ensemble 2018-

• Vertixe Sonora Ensemble 2016-
Concerts in Vigo and Madrid & Santiago de Compostela.

• Ensemble recherche (guest musician) 2015-2020
Concerts at Mixtur Barcelona, Stuttgart, Bilbao, Copenhagen & Freiburg.

• Isenburg Quartett 2019

• Trio Morgana 2018-2019

• Ensemble Modern (guest musician) 2013-2018
Epoche f Wolfenbüttel and Göttingen, Agota Wiesbaden, Acht Brücken Köln, Max-Planck-Institut Frankfurt, Berlin, Ballet Loops & Lines Wiesbaden, Wien Moderm, among others.

• Ensemble Interface 2018

• Améi Quartett 2012-17
Performances at Ultima Festival Oslo 2017, Donaueschingen-Musiktagen 2016, Pinerolo, Milan, Luzern, Lachenmann Perspektiven 2015 Stuttgart, Bonn, Musikfest Opus 131 (Alte Oper Frankfurt), among others.

• EMO (Ensemble Modern Orchester) (guest musician) 2014-2017
Cresc... Festival 2015 and 2017, Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen Hannover, Lachenmann 80 Wiesbaden, Ruhrtriennale 2015 Duisburg, Siegen, Dessau, among others.

• EnsembleTempus Konnex 2015-17

• MAM Manufaktur für Aktuelle Musik (guest musician) 2016

• Klangforum Wien (guest musician) 2014-15
Concerts at Sion Festival, Wiener Konzerthaus and Teatro Real Madrid.

• IEMA Ensemble (guest musician) 2015
Gandari Dance Opera Frankfurt.

• IEMA Ensemble 2012-13
Performances at cresc...2013 Frankfurt, Kurt-Weill-Fest, News from the „Colonies“ 2013 Köln, Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2013 Utrech, Festival Royaumont, ZKM Karlsruhe, among others.

• Indiana University New Music Ensemble 2009-10

• Neue Musik Ensemble HfM Detmold 2008
Messiaen Music Festival

Premieres of solo pieces by I. González-Escuder, J.M. Legido, R. Languillat, D. Ramos.

Premieres of chamber music pieces by G. Müller-Hornbach, V. Bogacz, A. Dumont, H. Denerin, M. Yokoyama, D.Ramos, R. Ahvenniemi, among others.

Premieres of ensemble pieces by M.Sotello, H. Oehring, A. Logothetis, J. Planells, F. Rieks, M. Obst, B. Furrer, B. Muntendorf, D. Przybylski, PQ Phan, E. Niedermaier, D. Dzubay, S. Claren, among others.

 

ORCHESTRA

• Almaclara chamberorchester 2020-
• Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla 2019
• The European Sinfonietta 2019
• Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester 2013-2018
Conductor S. Weigle, Ch. Curnyn, B. de Billy, T. Engel, among others.
• Ensemble Modern Orchester (EMO) 2014-2017
Conductor P. Rundel, B. Lubman, I. Metzmacher, B. Furrer, F.Olliu, L. Vis, among others.
• Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE 2016-2017
Conductor M. Gómez Martinez , A. Ros-Marbá, among others.
• Luzern Festival Academy (principal) 2016
Conductor M. Pinstcher, K. Gourzi, S. Mälkki among others.
• Klang Forum Wien (principal) 2015
Conductor P. Heras-Casado.
• Orchester der Akademie für Alte Musik Bruneck 2015
Conductor J. Immerseel.
• Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, Teatro Real 2013-2014
Conductor M. Piollet.
• Camerata EON (principal) 2013
• Orquesta-Escuela de la Sinfónica de Madrid (principal) 2011-12
Conductor J.A. Montaño, A. Arbet and A.Tamayo.
• “Gustav Mahler Academy Orchestra” 2011-12
Conductor M. Philipp von Steinaecker.
• The World Orchestra (principal) 2010- 2012
Conductor J. Vicent.
• Orquesta Freixenet (principal) 2002-05, 2011-12
Conductor J. López Cobos, A. Ros-Marbá, R. Barschai, Sir Colin Davis, among others.
• Detmolder Kammerorchester (DKO) (principal) 2011
Conductor F. Wessel.
• Orquesta de cámara Carlos III 2011
Conductor J. Alonso.
• Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchester 2011
Conductor P. Ruzicka, L. Foster, J. Axelrod
• “Orquesta del Encuentro de Música y Academia de Santander” 2011
Conductor P. Csaba.
• Indiana University Conductors’s Orchestra 2010-11
• Indiana University Philharmonic Orchestra 2010
Conductor D. Effron.
• Orquesta Nacional de España (ONE) 2009
Conductor L. Renes.
• Hochschule für Musik Detmold 2005-09
Conductor K. Bloemecke and Sir Roger Norrington.
• Zermatt Festival Academy Orchestra 2008
Scharoun Ensemble
• Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester 2005, 2007, 2008
Conductor C. Davis, H. Blomstedt, M. Jordan, M. Chung, I. Metzmacher, among others.
• Orquesta Sinfónica del R.C.S.M. Madrid (principal) 2004-06
Conductor A. Moya.
• Orquesta PresJovem 2003-05
Conductor J. Ross and P. Mielgo.
• Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil Iberoamericana 2000
Conductor J.C. Rodó.

 

FESTIVALS

• Innova Ópera 2019
• NeuBo 2019
• Crossroads 2019
• Festival Halffter 2019
• Noches del Alcázar 2019
• Xornadas de música contemporánea 2019
• Gibraltar Turicum Proms 2019
• Schwetzinger Festspiele 2019
• Festival de Música Antigua de Sevilla (FeMÀS)
• Fraktionen Festival 2019
• Wien Modern 2018
• Kasseler Musiktage 2018
• Musikpodium Zürich 2018
• Corteza de Encina 2018
• Playsonic 2018
• Bridges (Konzerthaus Wien) 2018
• Cresc... Festival 2014 & 2017 Frankfurt
• Ultima Festival 2017 Oslo
• Ciclo de Música Contemporánea de Oviedo 2017
• Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen 2017 Hannover
• Barocknacht 2016 & 2017 Kroenberg
• Luzern Festival 2016
• Barocknacht 2016 Darmstadt
• Werft | Kölner Ensemble-Festival für Neue Musik 2016
• Donaueschingen-Musiktagen 2016
• Epoche f 2016 Wolfenbüttel & Göttingen
• La Musica spiegata 2016 Pinerolo
• Kurt-Weill-Fest 2014 & 2016 Dessau
• Barockfest 2014, 2015 & 2016 Weilburg
• Mixtur 2015 Barcelona
• Lachenmann Perspektiven 2015 Stuttgart
• Ruhrtriennale 2015 Duisburg
• Acht Brücke 2015 Köln
Musikfest Opus 131 2014 Alte Oper Frankfurt
• Sion Festival 2014
• Festival Royaumont 2013
• Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2013 Utrech
• News from the „Colonies” 2013 Köln
• Insoundfestival 2011
• Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival 2011
• Festival de Santander 2011
• Salzburg Fetspiele 2011
• Keshet Eilon 2010
• Zermatt Festival 2008
• Messiaen Music Festival 2008
• Europäische Musik Woche Montepulciano 2007
• Bozen Festival 2005, 2007 & 2008

 

ENGLISH

     Spanish violist Aglaya González appeared as a soloist with the “Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León”, the Andrés Segovia Chamber Orchestra and Barockakademie Detmold. She has performed recitals and chamber music concerts throughout Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Israel and the United States. As a versatile musician, she is very interested in early and contemporary chamber music. She is a founding member of the Améi string quartet and Tempus Konnex Ensemble and collaborates with ensembles like Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Recherche, Vertixe Sonora Ensemble and Klangforum Wien. Furthermore, she also plays Fidle, baroque viola And Viola d’amore in chamber music ensembles like the Darmstädter Hofkapelle, Capella Academica Frankfurt, Bachorchester Wiesbaden, Freiburger Bachorchester or Le Concert Lorrain.

      Since 2018, she teaches as a viola Professor at the “Manuel Castillo” Conservatory (Sevilla, Spain) and gives masterclasses and workshops around Europe and Asia.

     By the early age of 14, Aglaya was admitted to study at Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía under the tutelage of Gerárd Caussé. She also studied at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid, where she graduated in viola and music education with outsanding grades. She continued her artistic education in Germany at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold with Diemut Poppen and Christoph Desjardins acquiring the Master soloist. In 2011 she achieved the Performer Diploma after studying with Atar Arad at the Jacobs School of Music (Indiana University). In addition Master's program in contemporary music by EM (International Ensemble Modern Academy 2012-13). In 2013-14 she worked as an intern at the Opera Orchestra in Frankfurt. In 2017 she obtained her Master diploma in historical interpretation (baroque viola) with distinction after studying with Bernhard Fork, Petra Müllejans and Mechthild Karkow at the HfMDK Frankfurt and she completed her Doctorate in Music at Alfonso X University.

     She was principal viola in The World Orchestra, Orquesta Freixenet, Detmolder Kammerorchester and Orquesta-escuela de la Sinfónica de Madrid. She was also a member of the Latin-American Young Symphony Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, IU Baroque Orchestra, IU New Music Ensemble, Orquesta de Cámara Sony and other ensembles. She collaborates with RTVE orchestra, Frankfurt Opern & Museumsorchester, Symphony orchestra of Madrid, Spanish National Orchestra among others. As a chamber musician, she founded the Adlibitum and Cariatide string quartets, Detmolder Klavierquartett, Smile trio, Duo A + A and played chamber music concerts in collaboration with renowned musicians such as Garth Knox, Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Peter Orth, Piotr Oczkowsky, Xenia Jankovich, Hagai Shaham, Hillel Zori and Marco Ricci.

     She participated in Festivals like »Acht Brücken« (Cologne), »Mixtur« (Barcelona), »Cresc…Festival« and »Musikfest op.131« (Frankfurt), »Salzburger Festspiele«, Luzern Festival, »Europäische Musikwoche Montepulciano«, »Zermatt Musikfestival«, »Keshet Eilon«, »Encuentro de Música de Santander«, »Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival«, »Donaueschigen Musiktage«, »Ultima Festival« (Oslo) among many others.

     Aglaya was awarded 1st prize at the Yamaha-Hazen Chamber Music Competition, special prize CajAstur and viola prize at the Villa de Llanes International Music contest, 1st prize at the »Jóvenes Intérpretes Ibercaja« contest, Bärenreiter Award at »Juventudes Musicales de España«, Jacobs School of Music's 2010 Travel Grant Competition, Jacobs School of Music's annual Viola Concerto Competition, »Premio Monserrat Mirabent«, “Kammermusikpreis2012 der Polytechnischen Gesellschaft Frankfurt« and »Förderpreis Boris Pergamenschikow«. She has received several scholarships from Fundación Albéniz, »AIE«, Juventudes Musicales de Madrid and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation among others.

 

GERMAN

     Die spanische Bratschistin Aglaya González trat als Solistin mit dem Sinfonieorchester von Castilla y León, dem Andrés Segovia Kammerorchester und der Barockakademie Detmold auf. Außerdem gab sie zahlreiche Solokonzerte in Spanien, Deutschland, Frankreich, Italien, die Schweiz, Israel und in den USA. Als vielseitige Musikerin interessiert sie sich besonders für Kammermusik der alten und neuen Musikwelten. Im Bereich der Neuen Musik gründete sie das Améi Quartett und das Ensemble Tempus Konnex und spielt regelmässig mit Ensembles wie dem Ensemble Modern, dem Klangforum Wien, dem Vertixe Sonora Ensemble und dem Ensemble Recherche. In der Alte-Musik-Szene spielte sie Fidel, Barockbratsche und Viola d’amore in verschieden Kammermusik-Ensembles und konzertierte mit Ensembles wie der Darmstädter Hofkapelle, Capella Academica Frankfurt, Bachorchester Wiesbaden, Freiburger Bachorchester oder Le Concert Lorrain.

      Seit 2018 verbindet Aglaya Ihre Konzerttätigkeit mit der Lehrtätigkeit als Lehrbeauftragte für Viola an der Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main und als Professorin für Viola an der Musikhochschule "Manuel Castillo”, Seville.

     Sie war Solobratschistin des The World Orchestra, Orquesta Freixenet, des Detmolder Kammerorchesters, bei Orquesta-Escuela de la Sinfónica de Madrid und Camerata EON. Des Weiteren war sie Mitglied im Iberoamerikanischen Jungendorchester, Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchester, Luzern Festival Academy, IU Baroque Orchestra, IU New Music Ensemble oder dem Orquesta de cámara Sony und spielte als Aushilfe in Orchestern wie dem Ensemble Modern Orchester, dem Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE, dem Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester, Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, Orquesta Nacional de Españan u.a.
     Aglaya González studierte bereits seit ihrem 14. Lebensjahr an der Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía bei G. Caussé. Sie besuchte außerdem das Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid, wo sie ihr Diplom in den Fachrichtungen Viola und Instrumentalpädagogik mit Auszeichnung abschloss. Anschließend studierte sie an der Hochschule für Musik Detmold und bestand das Performer-Diplom an der Jacobs School of Music (Indiana University) nach ihrem Studium bei Atar Arad. 2012-13 war sie Stipendiatin beim ‚Internationale Ensemble Modern Akademie’ und in der Saison 2013-14 spielte sie an der Oper Frankfurt. Seitdem absolviert sie ihr drittes Masterstudium (Historische Interpretationspraxis an der HfMDK Frankfurt) und promovierte 2017 mit Auszeichnung über das Scordatura Streichinstrumente an der Universität an der Universität Alfonso X.
     Sie wurde mit dem 1.Preis des Kammermusikwettbewerbes Yamaha-Hazen ausgezeichnet und gewann beim Internationalen Wettbewerb Villa de Llanes den Viola-Preis sowie einen Sonderpreis. Darüber hinaus erzielte sie den 1. Preis im Wettbewerb Jóvenes intérpretes Ibercaja, den Bärenreiterpreis Juventudes musicales de España, den Jacobs School of Music's 2010 Travel Grant Competition, den Premio Monserrat Mirabent, sowie Förderpreise beim Kammermusikwettbewerb der Polytechnischen Gesellschaft Frankfurt und beim Boris Pergamenschikow Wettbewerb.

 

 SPANISH

     La violista Aglaya González debuta como solista a los 16 años con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León. Realiza numerosos recitales en España, Alemania, Italia, Francia, Holanda, Suiza, Noruega, Israel y Estados Unidos. Como músico polifacético se especializa en la música de cámara antigua y contemporánea. Es miembro cofundador del AMÉI Quartett y del Ensemble Tempus Konnex y colabora asiduamente con grupos de música contemporánea como el Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Reherche, Vertixe Sonora Ensemble y Klangforum Wien. Toca además la vihuela, viola barroca y viola d’amore en Darmstädter Hofkapelle, Capella Academica Frankfurt, Bachorchester Wiesbaden, Freiburger Bachorchester o Le Concert Lorrain.

      Desde 2018 combina su actividad artística con su labor pedagógica como Catedrática de viola en el Conservatorio Superior de Música “Manuel Castillo” de Sevilla. Además imparte cursos y clases magistrales en distintos países de Europa y Asia.

     Inicia sus estudios de viola en el Conservatorio de Ponferrada. Con tan sólo catorce años es admitida en la Cátedra de Viola de la Escuela Superior de Música “Reina Sofía” donde se perfecciona con el maestro Gérard Caussé. Se gradúa con sobresaliente en las especialidades de Viola y Pedagogía de Viola en el RCSMM. Continúa su formación musical realizando el Postgrado de solista “Viola Performer Diploma” con el profesor Atar Arad en la Universidad de Indiana. Es becada por el Ensemble Modern para realizar su Máster en Música Contemporánea (IEMA 2012-13). Completa el Máster “Viola Solist” con Christophe Desjardins y Diemut Poppen en HfM Detmold y el Máster en interpretación histórica con Bernhard Fork, Mechthild Karkow y Petra Müllejans en la HfMDK Frankfurt, obteniendo las máximas calificaciones. Es Doctora en Música (traducción y comunicación multicultural) por la Universidad Alfonso X.

     Actúa como viola principal con The World Orchestra, Orquesta Freixenet, Detmolder Kammerorchester y la orquesta-escuela del Teatro Real de Madrid y fue miembro de orquestas como la Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, IU Baroque Orchestra, IU New Music Ensemble y la Orquesta de Cámara Sony. Colabora habitualmente con la orquesta de RTVE, Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester, Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, Orquesta Nacional de España y Ensemble Modern Orchester, entre otras orquestas. Como músico de cámara es miembro fundador de los cuartetos Adlibitum y Cariatide, Detmolder Klavierquartett, Smile trio, Duo A + A y comparte escenario con intérpretes de renombre internacional como Garth Knox, Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Peter Orth, Piotr Oczkowsky, Xenia Jankovich, Hagai Shaham, Hillel Zori y Marco Ricci.

     Participa en los festivales de Bolzano, Donaueschingen Musiktage, Acht Brücke (Colonia), Cresc...Festival, Musikfest opus 131 (Frankfurt), Europäische Musik Woche Montepulciano, Encuentro de Música y Academia de Santander, Insoundfestival, Messiaen Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Zermatt Chamber Music Festival, Keshet Eilon, Ultima Festival (Oslo), Salzburg Festspiele y Luzern Festival entre otros.

     Ha sido galardonada con el Primer Premio Nacional de Música de Cámara “Yamaha-Hazen”, Premio de Viola y Premio Especial CajAstur del VI Concurso Internacional de Música Villa de Llanes, Primer premio en el Certamen Jóvenes Intérpretes de Ibercaja, Premio Bärenreiter en el Concurso Permanente de Jóvenes Intérpretes de JME, Premio Monserrat Mirabent en el “18 Concurs Josep Mirabent i Magrans”. Ganadora de “Jacobs School of Music's 2010 Travel Grant Competition”, “Jacobs School of Music's annual Viola Concerto Competition”. “Kammermusikpreis2012 der Polytechnischen Gesellschaft Frankfurt” y “Förderpreis Boris Pergamenschikow”. Aglaya ha sido becada por la Fundación Albéniz, »AIE«, Juventudes Musicales de Madrid y la fundación Alexander von Humboldt.

 

FRENCH

     L’altiste espagnole Aglaya González débute comme soliste à l’âge de 16 ans avec l’Orchestre Symphonique de Castilla y León et fait de nombreux récitals en Espagne, Allemagne, Italie, France, Pays-Bas, Suisse, Israel et Etats-Unis. Musicienne polyvalente, elle s’intéresse spécialement à la musique de chambre ancienne et contemporaine. Elle est membre cofondateur de l’Améi Quartett et de l’Ensemble Tempus Konnex et collabore régulièrement avec l’Ensemble Modern, l’Ensemble Recherche, Vertixe Sonora Ensemble et le Klangforum Wien. De plus, elle collabore avec les orchestres de l’opéra de Francfort, l’Orchestre Symphonique RTVE, l’Orchestre Symphonique de Madrid, l’Orchestre National d’Espagne, l’Orchestre de chambre Sony, l’Orchestre Freixenet et le Detmolder Kammerorchester, etc.

     Des 2018, elle combine son activité artistique en tant que Professeur d'alto au Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique "Manuel Castillo" de Séville. Elle donne aussi régulièrement des cours et des master classes dans plusieurs pays de l'Europe et l'Asie.

     Elle est admise à l’âge de 14 ans seulement à l’école supérieure de musique Reina Sofía de Madrid. Elle est diplômée des classes d’alto et de pédagogie du RCSMM. Elle continue ensuite sa formation musicale en obtenant le troisième cycle de soliste « Viola Performer Diploma » avec le professeur Atar Arad à la Jacobs School of Music (Indiana University). Elle obtient une bourse de l’Ensemble Modern (Francfort) pour son Master en Musique Contemporaine (IEMA) et obtient le Master « Viola Solist » à la HfM de Detmold ainsi que le Master d’interprétation historique à la HfMDK de Francfort avec les meilleures mentions. En 2017, elle est nommée Docteur en traduction et communication multiculturelle de l’Université Alfonso X « El sabio ».
     Elle obtenu de nombreux prix : 1er prix national de musique de chambre Yamaha-Hazen, Prix d’alto et prix spécial CajAstur du Concours International de Musique de la Villa Llanes, 1er Prix du Concours des jeunes interprètes Ibercaja, Prix Bärenreiter du concours permanent de JME, prix Monserrat Mirabent du Concours Josep Mirabent i Magrans. Elle est aussi lauréate du « Jacobs School of Music’s annual Viola Competition », « Kammermusikpreis 2012 der Polytechnischen Gesellschaft Frankfurt » et « Förderpreis Boris Pergamenschikow ». 

  • A.I.E. scholarship. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 & 2016
  • “Förderpreis Boris Pergamenschikow Preis für Kammermusik”, Berlin. 2013
  • “Kammermusikpreis 2012 der Polytechnischen Gesellschaft e. V.”, Frankfurt. 2012
  • Artistic Excellence Award, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. 2009 & 2010
  • “Monserrat Mirabent Prize”, Josep Mirabent i Magrans competition (Spain). 2010
  • Jacobs School of Music's 2010 Travel Grant Competition. 2010
  • Jacobs School of Music's annual Viola Concerto Competition. 2010
  • Juventudes Musicales de Madrid scholarship. 2005, 2009 & 2010
  • Caja España scholarship. 2009
  • Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Wardwell Stipendium. 2007 & 2008
  • Finalist, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Competition, Berlin. 2008
  • Fundación Alvargonzalez scholarship. 2007
  • “Bärenreiter Prize”, Concurso Permanente de Jóvenes Intérpretes, J.M.E. 2006
  • Comunidad de Madrid musical studies scholarship. 2005 & 2006
  • First Prize, Ibercaja Young Musicians Competition. 2005
  • Erasmus, Student Exchange Program and scholarship. 2005
  • Special Prize “CajaAstur” and Viola Prize, VI Llanes International Music Competition. 2004
  • Albéniz Foundation scholarship. 2002, 2003 & 2004
  • Honor Prize, Music Professional Degree, “Amaniel” Conservatory. 2003
  • First Prize, Yamaha-Hazen Chamber Music Competition. 2002

Founded in 2014, Tempus Konnex is a collaboration of professional artists from different fields, who have committed themselves to setting a new stage for avant-garde music.

TEMPUS KONNEX is more than an ensemble in the classical sense of the word. To perform and understand music requires going beyond simply playing repertoire: it involves unveiling the music’s technical and aesthetic considerations as well as its historical setting to the audience. Therefore, theory is not perceived as an imposition overshadowed by music, but rather as a vital element of the music itself.

For this purpose, the concerts include an integration of lectures, interviews and discussions. Moreover, Tempus Konnex’s activity is not limited to the stage but extends to its website for reflections about contemporary music. Extensive dialogues, essays, and criticisms are regularly facilitated and foster a close collaboration of performers, composers, musicologists and philosophers.

The synergy of playing, hearing and thinking is the core idea behind Tempus Konnex. Audiences are invited to learn about this synergy and to take part in it.

Web: http://www.tempus-konnex.com/

 

The four musicians of the Améi Quartett - Corinna Canzian, Diego Ramos Rodríguez, Aglaya González and Esther Saladin - came together in October 2012 at the International Ensemble Modern Academy. Since then the quartet has been giving concerts in Germany and other European countries: Beethovenhaus Bonn, Accademia di Musica di Pinerolo, Musik der Jahrhunderte Stuttgart, Donaueschinger Musiktage (2016), Wortklangraum Bonn (2017), Hindemith-Institut Frankfurt (2017), Ultima Festival Oslo (2017). One of the highlights of its career was the performance of the five hour long 2nd String Quartet by Morton Feldman at the Alte Oper Frankfurt in September 2014.
The repertoire of the Améi Quartett focuses on modern classics and contemporary music, having collaborated with Nicolaus A. Huber, Helmut Lachenmann and Joanna Bailie. The members of the quartett give concerts at numerous european festivals as soloists or in different orchestras, ensembles and chamber music formations. In November 2012, the Améi Quartett received the special prize at the Chamber Music Competition of the Polytechnische Gesellschaft Frankfurt, and in 2013 it was awarded a honourable mention at the Boris Pergamenschikow Chamber Music Competition. Since then the quartet has expanded its horizons in the field of music education as well, collaborating with the Italian coaching company "Your Business Partner".

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• Doctor of Music (translation and multicultural communication) 2017 

“La scordatura en la viola e instrumentos de su familia: aspectos técnicos, interpretativos y expresivos” 

Universidad Alfonso X, Madrid, Spain

• Master of Music »Historische Interpretation Praxis« (Baroque Viola) 2017

Prof. Bernhard Forck, Petra Müllejans, Mechthid Karkow

Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main, Germany

• Master of Music »Orchester - Viola«

Prof. Roland Glassl 

Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main, Germany

• Master of Music »Viola Solist « 2015 

Prof. Christophe Desjardins, Diemut Poppen

Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Germany 



• Master of Music »Zeitgenössische Musik« (contemporary music) 2013

IEMA (Internaional Ensemble Modern Academy) 
Ensemble Modern 

Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main, Germany

• Performer Diploma (Viola) 2011

Prof. Atar Arad

Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, Bloomington, USA

• Künstlerische Ausbildung (Viola) 2005-09

Prof. Diemut Poppen

Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Germany 



• Título Superior de Música »Viola« 2007

Prof. Luis Llácer

Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, Spain

• Título Superior de Música »Pedagogía de la Viola« 2007

Prof. Alan Kovacs 

Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, Spain 



• Certificado de Música (Viola) 2005 

Prof. Gérard Caussé, David Quiggle, Jensen Horn-Sin Lam, José Manuel Román

Escuela Superior de Música “Reina Sofïa”, Madrid, Spain

Masterclasses and music courses with Garth Knox, Barbara Mauer, Tatjana Masurenko, Marjolein Dispa, Antonello Farulli, Wolfram Christ, Hans Joachim Greiner, Felix Schwartz, Lilach Levanon, Atar Arad, Kim Kashkashian, Jürgen Kussmaul, Diemut Poppen, Corinne Contardo, Ashan Pillai, Alan Kovacs, Thomas Riebl, Thuan Do Minh, Igor Soulyga, David Quiggle, Oleg Lev, J. M. Román, Victor Moro, Wieslaw Rekucki, Megumi Kawasawa, Jonathan Brown, Robert Vernon, Mimi Zweig, Stephen Wyrczynski, Ashan Pillai, Jesse Levine, Nobuko Imai, Veronika Hagen, among others.

Chamber music courses with Lucas Fels, Tabea Zimmermann, András Schiff, Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Klaus Thunemann, Orion Quartet, Eberhard Feltz, Tokyo String Quartet, Rosamunde String Quartet, Walter Levin, Veronika Hagen, Rainer Schmidt, Sharoun Ensemble, Jean-Louis Haguenauer, Menahem Pressler, Ik-Hwan Bae, Jorja Fleezanis, Mark Kaplan, Alexander Kerr, Yael Weiss, Michael Kasper, Jagdisch Mistry, among others.

Early music courses with W.Saller-Fischbach, Mechthild Karkow, Stanley Ritchie, Myron Wtzke, Nigel North, Jesper Bøje Christensen, Kristin von der Goltz, Alfredo Bernardini, Michael Schneider, Eva Maria Pollerus, among others.

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