Solter Plus Chamber Ensemble

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since 2014. Based between Linz (Austria) and Passau (Germany) the dynamic ensemble features a unique instrumentation of flute/s, violin/viola and cello. The ensemble members have performed together for the International Brucknerfest Linz, REVERB Regensburg,
Ahoi Summer Open Air Festival in Linz, etc. Recent highlights have included first prizes in the Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition (Brussels, Belgium) and the IMKA Chamber Music Competition, as well as regular recitals in the Grösser Kursaal
Bad Füssing (Germany) as well as concerts in Austria and Germany. Solter Plus ensemble is currently working on the production of a CD for 2019.

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Latham Horn is an Australian flutist based in Passau, Germany.  He has won first prizes in the Young Artists Competition – Australian Flute Festival, James Carson Flute Competition, 4MBS Chamber Music Competition and further prizes from the Australian Youth Classical Competition, Ian Potter Cultural Fund, PPCA Performer’s Trust, Australian Flute Society and ORF Ö1 Talentbörse. He has performed with the Brucknerorchester Linz, Staatsorchester Schwerin, Lucerne Festival Strings, Bach Akademie Stuttgart, Moscow Chamber Opera, Queensland and Sydney Symphonies, and is currently Flutist with the Kurorchester Bad Füssing. He studied with Gerhard Mallon and Sally Walker in Australia, and Prof. Johanna Dömötör and Anneliese Fuchsluger in Austria.

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Zoia Sorel was born in Kyiv, Ukraine. She studied with
Prof. Bohodar Kotorovich at the Tschaikowski State Music Academy, with Prof. Dora Schwarzberg at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, with Prof. Arkadij Winokurow and Josef Sabaini at the Anton Bruckner University in Linz. She is a prizewinner
of international compatittions: Gnesiny-competition of chamber music Russia (2001, 3rd prize), New names of Ukraine (2001, diploma), music competition – festival “Youth & music in Vienna”, Austria (2001, Grand Prix), Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition, Belgium
(2018, 1st prize), IMCA International Internet Music Competition, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2018, 1st prize). Since 2018 is she a member of the Bad Füssing Orchestra.


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Terezia Vargova was born in Bratislava in a musical family.
She studied at the University of Performing Arts in Bratislava with Prof. Jan Slavik, Art.D and in Graz at the Johann-Joseph-Fux Conservatory with Mmag Ruth Winkler. Since 2013 is she studying Cello at the Anton Bruckner University. She is a prizewinner of
Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition in Belgium(2018, 1st prize) and IMCA International Internet Music Competition in Bosnia and Herzegovina(2018, 1st prize). She performed at the stages of international festivals, such as International Brucknerfest Linz, Ahoi
Summer Festival in Linz, Bischofshofen Summer Music Festival, etc. She plays concerts in different countries like Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, etc. She participated at Cello masterclasses with Sergej Roldugin, Rudolf Leopold, Georg Baich, Andreas
Pözlberger, Patrizio Serino, Ján Slávik.


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