Kammerphilharmonie Europa or Chamber Philharmonic Europe is an orchestra of talented young musicians recruited from 18 European nations. Founded in Cologne in 2006, it has achieved an outstanding artistic level and tours widely across Europe and are set to visit The Civic on Tuesday 29th March, 8pm.

Their repertoire ranges from baroque to modern: classical symphony concerts, chamber concerts, operas and operettas. This will be their fifth time visiting Ireland, the first visit to Tallaght!  Enjoy an evening of versatile sounds and complex emotions with the following selected works: J. A. Corellli, S. Bach, J. N. Hummel, E. Elgar, S. Rachmaninoff and W.A. Mozart. Don’t miss this opportunity.

In this concert Cyrill Gussaroff (Trumpet), Michael Kibardin (Violin) and  Tsai-Chen Juan (Oboe) will showcase their talent and the eight-member ensemble will treat us to some well-loved repertoire.

Cyrill Gussaroff (Trumpet)

Cyrill Gussaroff (trumpet) was born in Saint-Petersburg, Russia where he received his first trumpet lesson from the famous trumpet player Professor V.Margolin, in whose class he graduated from the Saint-Petersburg Conservatoire with distinction in 2002. He continued his education at the Conservatoires of Hanover and Essen, where he was taught by such influential people as Professor S.Goehtel and Prof. U.Koeller. In his career Mr. Gussaroff has gained awards at international competitions including the International Competition Citta di Porcia, the Dokshitzer Competition Vilnius, the Competition of Calvia Mallorca and the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire International Competition, Moscow. He started his career as a trumpet soloist at the Staatskapella Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg. At present he is a soloist with the Lower Rhine Symphony Orchestra and is an artist of the Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival. In addition, Cyrill Gussaroff has worked with several different orchestras such as the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bochum Symphonie, the Camerata Budapest, the Chamber Philharmonic Europe and the Philharmonika Venezia.

Michael Kibardin (Violin)

He studied with Prof. Nathan Mendelssohn at the music college in Tashkent. As a soloist with the Uzbek Radio Chamber Orchestra and the Moscow Chamber Orchestra “Akademie”, he toured the former Soviet republics and in Europe. In 1995 he went to Hamburg, where he continued his studies at the Hochschule für musik und theater with Prof. A.Röhn and received his diploma graduated with distinction. Participation in various international master classes, including he completed his training with Ivry Gitlis, Yfrah Neamann, the Beaux Art Trio and the Guarneri Quartet. It also won a prize at the international competitions in Gernsbach and the “Elise Meyer Competition” in Hamburg and was awarded the Berenberg Culture Prize in 2009. Michael Kibardin gave concerts with the Beethoven Violin Concerto in Germany and France and with the Efim Jurist Quartet in Germany and Europe, among others Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Beethovenfest Bonn, TV broadcasts for Bavarian Radio, ORF, ZDF, 3 Sat, and Germany Radio. Since 2010 he has given concerts worldwide as a soloist in Spain, Palau de la Musica Valencia, and Australia, Sydney Opera House. He played concertswith the Kibardin Quartet named after him. at the Oberstdorf Summer Festival, the Neustädter Musiksommer, the Sommertöne Festival Leipzig, the Usedom Music Festival, the Donau- Oberschwaben Music Festival and the Hohenloher Kultursommer. He Is playing violin Giulio Degani 1930.

Tsai-Chen Juan (Oboe)

“The instrumentalists exuded energy, excitement, colour and virtuosic flair in their playing, Gussaroff played brilliantly, with lots of attention to detailBachtrack

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