In verband met de oplopende Coronacijfers zijn de concerten beperkt toegankelijk, alleen voor bewoners en vaste mantelzorgers.
Elisa Sgorbiniwas born in 1992 in Crema, a small town in the north of Italy. She graduated in 2013 at ‘G. Nicolini’ conservatory in Piacenza with M° D. Felici. In 2009 she won the Jirst prize at the musical contest for young musician ‘L. Zanuccoli’ at Sogliano al Rubicone in the chamber music category. In 2012 she turned out to be suitable for the Orchestra Sinfonica Giovanile Aleramica (Piemonte).
In 2013 she turned out to be suitable for the Orchestra Filarmonica Franciacorta (Veneto) and she won the audition for the Orchestra Sinfonica Giovanile Aleramica (Piemonte). In 2014 she won the Jirst clarinet audition in the Orchestra Giovanile (Cremona). In 2015 she had a tourneè with Orchestra Pomeriggi Musicali (Milan) to Muscat, in Oman. She also played with Conservatory Symphonic Orchestra G.Verdi (Milan), with M° G. Noseda and M° D. Gatti. She won the audition for Jirst clarinet for the Ensemble Accademico UniMi (Milan), in which she played Mozart Clarinet concerto k622 as soloist. She became ofJicial member of the Orchestra UniMi (Milan). She played at musical festival ‘Rencontres musicales de Mediterranee’ (Corsica) for the Milan conservatory G. Verdi.
In 2017 she got her Master at ‘G. Verdi’ conservatory in Milan with M° S. Delmastro. In 2018 she won the E-Jlat clarinet audition for the NSO (Nederland Student Orchestra) winter tour in february 2019. Actually she’s attending her second Master at HKU conservatory in Utrecht with M° C. Zewald.
Alexandros Chouros was born in Thessaloniki (Greece), where he took his Jirst piano lessons at the age of 6. He continued his piano studies with the Prof. N. Kyriosoglou and N. Tasopoulos at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki, where he graduated with the «Diploma of Piano» degree.
He completed his Bachelor studies with a Piano major, at the Department of Music Science and Art, University of Macedonia (Thessaloniki, Greece) studying the the Prof. Vinia Tsopela. Furhtermore, Alexandros as an «Erasmus +» scholar continued his studies at the “Real Conservatorio Superior de Mú sica “Victoria Eugenia” de Granada” (Spain) studying with Prof. Miguel Angel Rodrı́guez Laiz. He is currently studying for his Master’s Degree (Mmus) at the HKU Utrechts Conservatorium with the Prof. Sebastián Colombo.
Alexandros has collaborated as a soloist with the “Thessaloniki City Symphony Orchestra” and the “HKU Conservatory Orchestra” under the baton of Vladimiros Symeonidis and Cristina Lucio-Villegas. He has participated in concerts in various cities of Greece, the Netherlands, Spain, Russia and Belgium. Moreover, has attended many piano Masterclasses with distinguished pianistis, such as Guillermo Gonzáles Hernández, Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy, David Jacob Korevaar, Matitjaju Kellig, Yuri Bogdanov, Sergey Senkov, Domna Evnuchidu, Dimitris Toufexis, Charalambos Aggelopoulos etc.
Ayla Losada (cellist) began her musical studies in her hometown, Bilbao (Spain). In 2017 she obtained a bachelor's degree in cello performance at Navarre Conservatory of Music. In 2018, she moved to Madrid to study a Master in musical performance and research at Alfonso X El Sabio University. After that, she decided to broaden her musical training in the Netherlands, starting her second master's degree at the HKU Utrecht Conservatorium with the cellist Timora Rosler. She has attended lessons from Marı́a Casado and Asier Polo, and has attended several masterclasses and courses with Fernando Arias, Fermı́n Villanueva, and Gary Hoffman, among others. She has been a member of various chamber groups and ensembles such as the San Diego Youth Symphony, Metropole Orkest Academy or Jong Metropole. Currently, she continues her work as a performer and music docent.