NATANIA HOFFMAN (VIOLONCELLE)
CHAGIL DJANSU SHANLIDAG (PIANO)
L. von Beethoven sonate pour violoncelle et piano n. 2 & n. 4
S. Prokofiev sonate pour violoncelle et piano
Çağıl Cansu Şanlıdağ is a passionate artist with sparkling and warmpersonality. Her sense of sharing quickly pushed her to the chamber music repertoire, and more particularly to the Lied repertoire, through which she can satisfy her passion for literature and the fine arts. Her rich sonority, like her personality, is transmitted with emotion. During her studies, she distinguished herself by her passion for the Lied and was admitted to the International Masterclasses Udo Reinemann and the Academy of Romantic Times, which allowed her to work with Anne Sophie von Otter, Mitsuko Shirai, Christianne Stotijn, Dietrich Henschel, Valérie Guillorit, Eildert Beeftink, Marie-Claude Solanet, Markus Hadulla and Dorian Astor. At the moment, she is perfectioning herself by following a postgraduate degree in accompaniment of lied at the University of music and performing arts Vienna in the class of Markus Hadulla.Çağıl Cansu Şanlıdağ has performed in concerts across Europe as well as in Turkey and Uruguay, both as a soloist and chamber musician.
Natania Hoffman completed her bachelor’s degree in 2014 with the highest honors, studying with Troels Svane in Lübeck and Gustav Rivinius in Saarbrücken. She received a Master's Degree from the Brussels Conservatory with Jeroen Reuling, and currently studies at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth with Gary Hoffman. As a soloist, Natania has performed with the Orchestre Royale de Chambre de la Wallonie, with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra, and with the Lakeland Civic Orchestra, among others. She has performed alongside artists such as Augustin Dumay, Joseph Kalichstein, Mihaela Martin, Gilles Apap, Latica Honda-Rosenberg, and Boris Garlitsky, and is currently a member of Trio Agora, who released their first CD February 2017. Her performances have been broadcasted on SWR, Musiq3, and Radio 4. Natania toured Europe with the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, and was principal cellist of the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra. She is grateful to the Baillet Latuor foundation for their generous scholarship for the 2017-2018 season.
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