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Master in Music - the Podcast Petronella Torin, A Swedish Cellist

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Interview podcast with successful musicians, who share their best tips for success and their experiences in the world of music.

    Episode 15 – Gun-Britt Gustafsson

    Episode 15 – Gun-Britt Gustafsson

    In a distant place in the Swedish forest lies a village called the “tune” village there in the sunny meadow lies a red cottage built in the old manners of a Dalsland house. Red coulure, with white decor. A surrounding garden is a magical place with nooks and crannies just about big engulf for a house-elf or two. In the little pound you can on a sunny day spot the salamanders playing with the weather fairies. The enchanted creatures of the meadow is not the only thing living here, because here is the home of Gun-Britt Gustafsson Lector in jazz singing at the Royal collage in Stockholm, singer, artist, choir leader and concert producer.















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    Today we are diving into Gun-Britts magical meadow. The shy farm girl from the small village that travelled the country of Sweden with her voice and sang into our hearts.







    From churches to community centres, hospitals, schools to the beautiful blue to golden halls Gun- Britt’s strong and powerful voice has filled spaces with classical and jazz songs. Through the year taken the listeners out on a musical journey







    She is one of the most positive, sensitive listeners I ever met and she has the ability to find beauty and expression in every performer. She releases art that is capture so it can grow to its full potential.







    Before we dive into the interview in her house talking about her life, singing approach, as a singer her self and as a lector we talk about how she felt like a bad teacher at the beginning of her carrier and how she had to work her way to the top. Going against some of the most profaned norms of singing.







    Ladies and Gentlemen here is Gun-Britt Gustafsson with the local tune “as I walk over the fields” with the trio forget me not Peter Söderlund flute Nils Lundström Piano















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    • 1 u. 47 min.
    Rutesheim Special Part 6: Attila Pasztor

    Rutesheim Special Part 6: Attila Pasztor

    Welcome to Master in Music - the Podcast. I hope that you are doing well and are as excited as me to hear this amazing meeting with Attila Pasztor who is a multi-talented musician who plays the cello like a powerful ancient god, composes music and he is also working together with violinmakers to develop the instruments, and at the same time, he is a product manager at Thomastik Strings.















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    He is classical educated in Cello playing by Daniel Schafran. Attila plays a cello by Carlo Giuseppe Testore from 1697.







    He has done and won a lot of competitions: “Vienna Philharmonic” award, 1 prize at the “International Chamber Music Festival Austria”, 1st prize in the international competition in Liezen, 1st prize at the Bayreuth international music competition. He also went to the semi-finals in the famous Tchaikovsky competition, the jury that year was so divided that they could not name a winner.







    Attila works all over the world as a soloist but has his base in Vienna, Austria, where he takes care of producing the amazing Thomastik strings. He plays all kinds of music, classical to jazz, and when you first see him, his appearance is a very tall and muscular man that probably could be a bodyguard. At a closer look, you see his friendly curious eyes and realise that Attila is an amazing kind and friendly like a teddy bear but wild and adventurous in his artistic expression, always looking for new possibilities. In this episode, we talk about string production, cello playing, teaching and mentality. Now let’s listen to Attila Pasztor playing a Jazz trio with Franz Kogleman, Mario Arcari in the CD g(ood)luck, this is Blues all Alba.















    Featured Music









    https://youtu.be/VlRNzoWPadQ











    https://youtu.be/3858HFtCw-Y

















    AttilaPasztor.com















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    Episode 14 - Niels Ullner

    Episode 14 - Niels Ullner

    Ladies and gentlemen, I hope you all are doing well and taking care of yourself. I am keeping up my grand need of teaching cello on my youtube channel Petronella Torin. I am also planning the next season of Master in Music and would love to hear your ideas for exiting guest to invite to the podcast. Write to me om Instagram @swedishcellist_petronellatorin or Facebook or on my website; your opinion matters!







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    For today's episode, I have a very special guest. The man that taught me all the best things I know about cello playing: Profesor and solo cellist Niels Ullner. He is a Danish music animal that just spreads music in every step of his life. He has been working as a principal cellist since his twenties at Malmö Symphony orchestra. He is a cello professor and chamber music director at the Danish national conservatory in Odense.







    Just like the famous tale from the writer H.C. Andersen tells the story about the ugly duckling, Niels has the gift of seeing the inner swan in every person he meets. As a Cello teacher, he can get to know your hidden soul just by listening to your playing, as he slowly peels off the layers of duckling feathers, he awakes a beautiful swan in all of his students.







    I have always admired Niels ability to see other people's gift. In this episode you will get to go behind the scenes in the professional orchestra and learn about the unwritten orchestra rules, the does and don’t!







    Get a walk down memory lane to some of our times greatest cellist and Niels old teachers like Mstislav Rostropovich, Pierre Fournier, William Pleeth and some secret living locations of our most famous composers.







    I am so proud and grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from Niels and I like to give my strongest sincere recommendations to you who is listening to this episode and want to become an orchestra cellist. Niels Ullner is the most incredible teacher with more insight in to winning the jobs, competitions and finding the joy in professional cello playing. He has taught cellists like Jonathan Swensen, Mette Spang Hanssen,

    • 1 u. 36 min.
    Episode 13 - Michelle Powell

    Episode 13 - Michelle Powell

    Do you want to be your own CBO of your life and teaching studio? Or maybe reach your wildest dreams?! How about being a fantastic teacher?! even during a Corona crisis this can be possible. Ladies and gentlemen if this has caught your attention wait until you hear the episode with Michelle Powell the power pianist! A colourful Canadian Pianist based in Maastricht, the Netherlands. She is an Artistic Director of a fantastic concert series called the Opus 16 concerts. Michelle invites international Artist to play vibrant classical music in two local venues. Through music, she brings the world into the concert halls as the virtuous musicians perform the pieces from all of the worlds different time eras on all kinds of instruments.







    In her piano studio, Michelle is a proud teacher to 25 piano students, that weekly learn piano and personal development through the guidance of music.







    Michelle, together with her friend and colleague Violist Deanna Petre, leads a focus group called Mastermind for Musicians where they together brainstorm ideas on how to unlock your full potential.







    As a pianist, Michelle has performed and worked with the professional opera company Opera Zuid, Conservatorium Maastricht and given Masterclasses around Europe. She has participated in numerous competitions like the Helene Roberge competition, the Canadian Music competition, The Kiwanis competition and many more.







    I really enjoyed this interview as a mental trainer, cellist and just as myself. It is an inspiring interview and discussion. I hope you get a taste of the inspiration we felt while making this episode.















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    Master in music is free to listen to but not to make if you want to support us take a screenshot and tag @swedishcellist_petronellatorin on Instagram or @masterinmusic on Facebook. You can also buy me a coffee on my website.















    Featured Music







    Mendelssohn: Variations sérieuses, op. 54







    Mozart: Sonata in D major K. 576, Allegro

    • 1 u. 43 min.
    Episode 12 – Alban Faust

    Episode 12 – Alban Faust

    During three decades Alban Faust has performed on prominent folk music scenes throughout Europe, both as a soloist and with different bands. He has also built instruments and developed their design to a new level and brought back old traditional instrument from the dead. The instruments he makes are Swedish bagpipes and he has created his own design on the Nyckel harp called Alban Fast that is made in Vienna.







    His musical programs are varied and are adapted to every musical occasion. Alban's instruments, the keyed-fiddle and the bagpipes invite the audiences to an amazing journey through his home district in Sweden:From the polkas' magical rhythm, over the majestic harmonies of the wedding march to the melancholic sadness of the ballad. Music from the past or music Alban him self composed. Sometimes Alban spice the performance with ballads accompanied on the guitar







    In 2009 Alban Faust got The Zorn brand in silver, which gives him the right to title himself the national player. He has also received the Dalsland Medal and Mellerud Municipality's cultural award.















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    Master in music is free to listen to but not to make if you want to support us take a screenshot and tag @swedishcellist_petronellatorin on Instagram or @masterinmusic on Facebook. You can also buy me a coffee on my website.















    Featured Music









    https://open.spotify.com/track/7i0FWsCEauTXdy9NnA5zos?si=cP6IqnYDSh-lgI5Rw0EejQ











    https://open.spotify.com/track/32e2YhNNL1jvBi9GmOvQkQ?si=KkQqdEGMSz-S-U8u6BcXCQ











    https://open.spotify.com/track/4OyzSlHTKMtOn2O92rXKXs?si=w0bKoJyAQA6vcPKDreScvQ

















    Alban Faust on Spotify







    www.albanfaust.se

    • 2 uur
    Rutesheim Special Part 5: Jens Peter Maintz

    Rutesheim Special Part 5: Jens Peter Maintz

    Jens Peter Maintz the cellist Paganini. A Star in the cello sky.







    Jens Peter Maintz has an outstanding reputation as a versatile soloist, popular chamber musician, and committed cello teacher. Originally from Hamburg, he studied with David Geringas and took part in masterclasses with other great cellists such as Heinrich Schiff, Boris Pergamenschikow, Frans Helmerson and Siegfried Palm. He was further influenced by his intensive chamber music study with Uwe-Martin Haiberg and Walter Levin.In 1994 he won first prize in the ARD International Music Competition, which had previously not been awarded to a cellist for 17 years. He is a master in competing and he even enjoys competitions, he says in the episode.















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    He was principal cellist of the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester in Berlin, and travelled the world as a member of the renowned Trio Fontenay. Since 2006 Jens Peter Maintz has been principal cello of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, on the invitation of Claudio Abbado.







    Since 2004 he has been professor at Berlin University of the Arts, where he teaches an exceptionally successful cello class. Many of his students are prize winners in important international competitions and some hold leading positions in major orchestras.







    He also teaches is Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid sense 2017.







    Jens-peter also teaches in well-known master classes as Kronberg and Rutesheim cello masterclasses.







    For his Sony Classical CD of solo works by Bach, Dutilleux and Kodaly, Jens Peter Maintz was presented with an ECHO-Klassik award. His highly acclaimed recording of Haydn's cello concertos with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen was released on the Berlin Classics label. ( also the price we listen to before the interview)







    Recently Jens-Peter also made a video in order to collect money to refugees through a Facebook page called Classical musicians helping refugees during the corona crises.















    Featured Music









    https://youtu.be/zE2DFgirLc4

    • 30 min.

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