Q.Festival 2019 / 30 maart – Iberic Duo
- 30 maart 2019 | 20.15 uur
Ruïnekerk | Bergen NH
Voorverkoop / via Stager (bestellink volgt later), incl. € 1 admn. kosten:
Aan de deur:
- Louisa Rocha Strinckx / violin
- Daniel Pacho Villacorta / piano
Louisa Rocha Strinckx started her studies at the National Conservatory in Lisbon, Portugal where she graduated with excellency.
She played solo Recitals in Romania, France, and Portugal and numerous concerts with her trio ‘Satz’.
In 2013 Louisa won the second Prize in the National Music Competition Gilberta Paiva and the Prize from Inatel Foundation for the best student of the Conservatory of Lisbon. She played as a soloist with the Youth Orchestra of Portugal several times.
Member of the Orchestre des Jeunes de la Mediterranée (OJM) as well as the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra, the National Joung Orchestra of the Netherlands (NJO), and the World Peace Philharmonic Orchestra, performing concerts in Tunisia, France, Italy, Germany and Denmark.
Laureate at the Princess Christina Concours in the Netherlands and received the 1st prize in the International Competition of Fundão.
Louisa plays with Eiris Quartet. They perfomed in the String Quartet Biennale at the Musiekgebow in Amsterdam, opening the Casals Quartet. The quartet was invited to take part in the Netherlands String Quartet Academy (NSKA).
She plays in a Magnus Antonius Fichtl, Anno 1772. a loan Gagliano – StrijkinstrumentenFonds.
Louisa is currently studying at the Conservatorium Van Amsterdam under the guidance of Maria Milstein.
Daniel Pacho Villacorta begins his musical education at the age of 10 in the José Castro Ovejero Conservatorium of León (Spain) finishing his studies in 2016 and obtaining the Academic Achievement Extraordinary Price. He is currently doing his bachelor studies in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, under the guidance of David Kuyken.
Daniel has participated in many festivals and master classes having the opportunity to work with pianists such as Miguel Ángel Ortega Chavaldas, Daniel del Pino and Victor del Valle, as well as musicians like David Quiggle, Kenedy Moretti, Bruno Dozza and Erica Wise in chamber music, among others.
In 2012, Daniel receives the First Prize in the III Claudio Prieto Interpretation Competition, as well as the Special Prize ex-aequo to the best interpretation of Spanish music. In 2015 he receives the Second Prize in the Intercentros Melómano Competition of Castilla y León and two years later, the Ministry of Education of Spain awards him with the National Education Award.