PUTBUS FESTIVAL 2024
09.05. - 20.05.2024
CLASSICAL MUSIC AND YOUNG ARTISTS
Box Office opening times: Tuesday to Friday 10 am - 1pm and 4 pm - 6 pm
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Theater Vorpommern GmbHTheater Putbus Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
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Theater Putbus, Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
Stage Goor on the beach behind the bath house
Thursday, May 09, 2024
7 30 p.m.
Prussian Chamber Orchestra
Conduktor: Jürgen Bruns
Accordion: Marko Trivunović
Johannes Brahms/Paul Angerer: Two Choral Preludes op.122
Johann Sebastian Bach: Harpsichord Concerto in G minor BWV 1058 (arranged for accordion)
Henryk Mikołaj Górecki: Harpsichord Concerto op. 40 (arranged for accordion)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: String Serenade op. 48
For many years, the Prussian Chamber Orchestra has opened the PUTBUS FESTSPIELE in its rousing way. This time conductor Jürgen Bruns has put together an unusual and exciting program with the hopeful accordion soloist Marko Trivunović.
The Prussian Chamber Orchestra (PKO) was founded in 1993 as a young, innovative and flexible ensemble. The ensemble has its home in Prenzlau, in the heart of the Uckermark.
Just as the Uckermark sees itself as a counterpoint to the metropolis of Berlin, the PKO sees itself as an agile and flexible counterpart to the large orchestras in the region.
At the beginning of the 2019/2020 season, Jürgen Bruns took over the artistic direction as music director and chief conductor of the ensemble.
The Prussian Chamber Orchestra is at home on international stages, produces CDs regularly and works constantly with radio stations such as rbb and Deutschlandfunk Kultur.
The twelve permanent musicians from seven nations who form the core of the ensemble are a dozen soloists who have dedicated themselves to music and play music at the highest level with enormous stylistic diversity.
Marko Trivunović, Accordion
Born in Novi Sad (Serbia), Marko Trivunović received his first accordion lessons at the age of six. He initially studied with Vladimir Blagojević at the University of Kragujevac and in 2018 moved to the Munich University of Music and Theater, where he completed his master's degree with Krassimir Sterev. In 2022 he completed the concert exam in Teodoro Anzellotti's class at the Freiburg University of Music.
During his studies, Marko Trivunović attended master classes with accordionists such as Hugo Noth, Stefan Hussong, Friedrich Lips, Geir Draugsvoll and Iñaki Alberdi. He took part in renowned courses for contemporary music (Darmstadt Summer Courses, Impuls - International Ensemble and Composer Academy for Contemporary Music in Graz) and worked with composers such as Rebecca Saunders, Jörg Widmann, Milica Djordjević, Mark Andre, Clara Iannotta and Bernhard Gander , together. He played with, among others, the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Hessian State Orchestra Wiesbaden, RSO Vienna, Symphony Orchestra Vorarlberg, Mannheim Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble XX. Century and Ensemble Oktopus under the direction of conductors such as Alondra de la Parra, Marin Alsop, Baldur Brönnimann, Leo Hussain, Peter Rundel, Leo McFall, Albert Horne, Konstantia Gourzi, Boian Videnoff and Peter Burwik.
Marko Trivunović is a scholarship holder from, among others, the German Musical Life Foundation, the DAAD, the Helene Rosenberg Foundation, and the Bavarian Ministry of Science and Art.
At the German Music Competition 2022 he appeared as a finalist with the Cologne Chamber Orchestra and was awarded a scholarship and a special prize and was accepted into the chamber music concert funding program and the soloist concert funding program.