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Saturday, May 11, 2024
7 30 p.m.

Duo Anemos: Time Travel

Marko Trivunović (Accordion)
Anže Rupnik (Saxophone)

Playing time: approx. 100 minutes including a break

Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
Selected piano sonatas
(Arr. for soprano saxophone and accordion by Duo Anemos)
Sonata in D minor K. 213-Andante
Sonata in F sharp minor K. 25-Allegro
Sonata in F minor K. 466-Andante Moderato
Sonata F-Dir K.525-Allegro

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
Vocalise op. 34, No. 14
(Arr for soprano saxophone and accordion by Duo Anemos)

Béla Bartók (1881-1945)
Selection from Bagatelles op. 6
1. Allegro giocoso
3. Vivo
4. Andante sostenuto
5. Allegro
6. Rubato
7. Valse: Ma mie qui danse. Presto
(Arr. for soprano saxophone and accordion by Duo Anemos)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
Sonata in G minor H. 542.5
1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Allegro
(Arr. for soprano saxophone and accordion Duo Anemos)

José María Sánchez Verdú (*1868)
Dhamar for alto saxophone and accordion

Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)
7 Canciones Populares Españolas
1. El pano moruno
2. Seguidilla murciana
3. Asturiana
4th iota
5. Nana
6. Cancion
7. Polo
(Arr. for alto saxophone and accordion duo Anemos)

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 Draugsvol l and Iñaki Alberdi. He took part in renowned courses for contemporary music (Darmstadt Summer Courses, Impuls International Ensemble and Composers Academy for Contemporary Music in Graz) and worked with composers such as Rebecca Saunders, Jörg Widmann, Milica Djordjević, Mark Andre, Clara Iannota 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 Alondradela Parra, Marin Alsop, Baldur Brönnimann, Leo Hussain, Peter Rundel, Leo Mc Fall, 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.


AnžeRupnik saxophone
Anže Rupnik (*1996 in Celje, Slovenia) completed his studies with Prof. Daniel Gauthier at the Cologne University of Music and Dance in 2021 with top grades. Since October 2021 he has continued to study the concert exam course with Prof. Gauthier. In 2015 he completed his high school diploma in “classical saxophone” with Professor Oskar Laznik at the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music and Ballet, Slovenia.

Anže Rupnik is a scholarship holder of the German Music Competition 2022. In 2021 he won first prize and the audience prize at the August Everding Competition in Munich. The saxophonist is, as part of the Xenon Quartet, a special prize winner and scholarship holder at the German Music Competition 2017. Two years previously he had won the International Davorin Jenko Competition in Belgrade and in 2013 the 2nd prize at the International Marco Fiorindo Competition in Turin as well as the Golden Prize at the national Temsig Competition in Slovenia. He was also a scholarship holder for the Posavje region in Slovenia, he received a Germany scholarship and was a scholarship holder at Yehudi Menuhin's Live Music Now Cologne from 2016 to 2019.

Anže Rupnik regularly performs as a soloist or member in various chamber music ensembles in Germany and abroad. Since 2016 he has been a member of the Xenon Saxophone Quartet and the Ensemble 87. In 2023 he founded the duo Anemos with the accordionist Marko Trivunovic. He was heard on the radio several times, for example on WDR and MDR, on SWR, NDR and on Deutschlandfunk.

He has given concerts with the Young German Philharmonic, among others. in the Cologne Philharmonic, in the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Musikverein Vienna and in the Alte Oper Frankfurt.

Anže Rupnik played premieres by Georg Katzer, Lisa Streich, Daniel Alvarado Bonila, Damian Scholl and Christoph Stöber and he worked with the renowned contemporary composers Georg Friederich Haas, Mathias Spalinger, Jose Maria Sanchez-Verdu and Uros Rojko, among others.

Since August 2021 he has been working as a saxophone teacher and department head at the Heinsberg Youth Music School.


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