A Special Musical Evening with The Allan-Chapkovski Brothers

Samuel Allan-Chapkovski

Samuel Allan-Chapkovski

Sunday 26th August 2012 at 5.00pm

Samuel Allan-Chapkovski,
accompanied by his brother
Daniel Allan-Chapkovski

also performing
Singers from the Herbert Lodge School of Music

Samuel Allan-Chapkovski, age 12
Studied violin from age 4 1/2 first in Ireland, then in Moscow. Passed exams ABRCM grade 1 with distinction at the age of 5, then grade 5 at the age of 7 again with distinction. In 2010 ,he received the Gran Pris in International competition in Bari, Italy. In 2012 selected for a performance with Moscow State Symphony Orchestra as a soloist at festival of Young Soloists (performance at Great Conservatory Hall in Moscow). This summer he has been selected for masterclass with Professor Pavel Vernikov (Israel, Vienna (Austria), Fiesole (Italy)) after which has been personally invited by Professor Vernikov to join his class in Fiesole, Italy from November 2012

Daniel Allan-Chapkovski, age 10
Studies in Moscow (cello and piano). In 2010 he got second prize in his age category (A) for cello performance in International Competition in Bari, Italy.

Singers from the Herbert Lodge School of Music

Programme:
Max Bruch Concerto No.1 in three parts for violin and piano
Joseph Achron “Hebrew Melody” for violin and piano
The Theme from Schindler’s List
Henryk Wieniavski “Scherzo Tarantella”
Duet with Daniel (cello) Jewish Dance
Daniel Allan-Chapkovski Dvorak “Melody” on cello, piano

Tickets €10.00 (Students €5.00) reserve at events@jewishmuseum.ie or Tel:085-7067357 / 4531797

The Irish Jewish Museum, 3 Walworth Road, Dublin 8

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