Organ at noon
Stiftung Mozarteum, Großer Saal
11/27/2020 12:30 PM h
- Stina Strehar (Propter Homines Organ)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)> Prelude and Fugue in E flat major BWV 552
Max Reger (1873-1916) Benedictus op. 59
Thierry Escaich (*1965) Poèmes pour orgue
I. Eaux natales
II Le Masque
III Verse l'espérance
Stina Strehar was born in Slovenia in 1996 and received her first piano lessons at the age of seven. In 2011 she began her organ major at the Conservatory of Music in Ljubljana, where she was taught by Nina Frank for four years. In October 2015, after passing the entrance examination, she was accepted into the organ class of Prof. Hannfried Lucke at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and four years later completed her Bachelor's degree with distinction. Currently, she is continuing her master studies in the concert subject organ. This year she had the opportunity to study in the class of Prof. Michel Bouvard and Prof. Olivier Latry within the Erasmus exchange program at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique Paris.
She is a multiple prize-winner of national and international competitions: Promotion Prize of the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum University (2016), Prize of the Int. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Society at the International Rheinberger Competition (2016), 1st Prize at the Slovenian competition TEMSIG (2018).
Stina Strehar has already given concerts in several European countries and complimented her musical education with masterclasses with Ulrich Walther, Nathan Laube, Tomaz Sevsek, Martin Schmeding, Pavel Kohout, Jaroslaw Tuma and Lorenzo Ghielmi. She is a scholarship holder of the Slovenian Ministry of Culture and study assistant at the University Mozarteum with Prof. Dr. Joachim Brügge (Department of Musicology).
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