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Thursday 16 May 2.00 pm 

Felix Rosenboom (cello)
Anastasia Kulikova (piano)

Schumann: 5 Stücke im Volkston Op 102 (16')

Rachmaninov: Cello sonata in G minor Op 19 (32')
Lento-Allegro / Allegro / Andante / Allegro


Felix Rosenboom is a cellist currently based in Salzburg, Austria where he studies at the Universität Mozarteum, with Clemens Hagen. Felix is a passionate solo and chamber musician and also attended the Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama for 5 years prior to moving to Austria. He has performed as a soloist with the Claydon Chamber Orchestra, Lydian Orchestra and Lyric chamber Orchestra and in 2023 took part in the Prussia Cove Masterclasses in Cornwall, England. Felix has won 1st Prizes in the Sevenoaks Young Musician of the Year Competition, North London strings competition and received 2nd Prize in the La Follia Nuova International Chamber Music Competition with Duo pianist Anastasia Kulikova. Felix was named the 1st Prize winner of the prestigious Anton Rubinstein International Cello Competition, and was also awarded 1st prize at the Concorso Mainardi cello competition at the Universität Mozarteum, Salzburg. He was also awarded a special prize at the Les Musicales du Centre International Music Competition in Paris. Recently Felix has been named one of the winners of the Gautier Capucon Foundation Scholarship for the upcoming year.

Throughout her career, Russian-Canadian pianist Anastasia Kulikova has performed extensively across Europe and North America and has been a prize winner at numerous national and international competitions, including the Citta Di Pesaro Competition (Italy), Hopes, Talents, Masters Festival (Bulgaria) and Canadian Music Competition (Canada). She has received second place as a part of “Two Third Ninth Trio” at the National Music Festival (Canada) and in 2023 participated in the IMS Prussia Cove masterclasses with prof. Claudio Martinez-Mehner. She is a scholarship recipient from the Woman's Art Association of Canada and first prize winner of the University of Toronto Concerto Competition, granting her an orchestral debut with Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2 in Toronto, Canada. In 2019 she was awarded a special prize at the Thousand Islands International Competition (USA) and the Audience prize at the Fontainebleau International Ravel Competition (France). As a sought-after collaborative artist, Anastasia has been recently on faculty at the Casalmaggiore and the Musiktage am Rhein festivals, and actively performs across Germany, England, Austria and Italy with her chamber partners. Currently, she is pursuing a Master of Arts, specializing in collaborative piano, under the guidance of Connie Shih and Pauliina Tukiainen at the Mozarteum University (Austria).

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