Copenhagen Phil er stolte af at have grundlagt Danmarks første professionelle orkesterakademi, Lumbye Akademiet. Akademiet blev grundlagt i oktober 2022, og intentionen er at bygge bro mellem musikkonservatorierne og de professionelle symfoniorkestre ved at tilbyde orkestertræning til unge musikere – med visionen om at løfte det generelle niveau i symfoniorkestrene i Danmark.
Lumbye Akademiet er baseret på den succesfulde tyske model for orkesterakademier og er det første privat fondet orkesterakademi i Skandinavien. Tanken og visionen bag er at skabe en større professionel masse af højtkvalificerede musikere til de danske symfoniorkestre. Copenhagen Phil tilbyder de unge musikere både efteruddannelse, løbende sparring med mentorer, mental coaching samt masterclasses med de største navne i branchen, hvilket alt sammen skal sikre, at fremtidens musikere både har en øget chance for fastansættelse samt den rette erfaring med i bagagen til et langt professionelt virke.
Med akademiet ønsker vi at styrke internationaliseringen af orkestermiljøer i Danmark samtidigt med, at den danske tradition bevares. Endelig skal Lumbye Akademiet skabe en dynamisk og udviklende atmosfære i orkestrene, som konstant dyrker og kultiverer kvaliteten af et symfoniorkester. Det skal få Danmark på verdenskortet inden for klassisk musik. Derudover er Copenhagen Phil stolte af – med navnet – også at kunne ære H.C. Lumbye som værende én af Danmarks vigtigste komponister. Og tilmed orkestrets første musikchef.
De første syv akademister er fundet via auditions. Flere auditions afholdes i de kommende år.
- 7. oktober 2022 | 13:00 | Sponsorkoncert på DAC, BLOX | Exhibition: A Room of One’s Own
- 10. november 2022 | 16:00 | Akademi Launchkoncert | Mendelssohn Oktet
- 6. januar 2023 | 13:30 | Akademi mock audition | Konservatoriets Koncertsal
- 19. januar 2023 | 14:30 | Masterclass m. cellist Daniel Müller-Schott | Musikhuset Vesterbro
- 26. marts 2023 | 11:30 | Sjostakovitj strygekvartet m. Ensemble Halv12 | Musikhuset Vesterbro
- 28. marts 2023 | 16:00 | Akademi mock audition | Musikhuset Vesterbro
- maj 2023 | Kammerkoncert | Beethoven & Arensky strygekvartetter
- 9. maj 2023 | 10:00 | Masterclass m. violinist Daniel Stabrawa (Philharmonia Quartet Berlin og 1. koncertmester i Berliner Filharmonikerne) | Musikhuset Vesterbro
- 19. juni 2023 | kl. 15:30 | Masterclass med Micha Afkam | Musikhuset Vesterbro
- 24. – 26. august 2023 | Kammerkoncert m. Herning Opera Festival 2023 & Ensemble MidtVest | Herning
- 12. september 2023 | kl. 20 | Akademisterne spiller Carl Nielsens ‘Lille suite for strygere’ m. Aril Kvartetten | Frederiksberg Festspil
- 6. oktober 2023 | Efter Copenhagen Phils koncert | Carl Nielsen Foyeren | Lumbye Akademiet inviterer på gratis minikoncert
Masterclass m. Daniel Müller-Schott
Maria Ismini Anastasiadou is a 25 year old violinist from Greece. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Royal Academy of Music in London (2020) where she studied with Alexander Sitkovetsky and Remus Azoitei, and a Master’s degree from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London (2022), having studied with Levon Chilingirian. She has been the recipient of the Ismini Karter, Athena Award, Stephen Bell Trust, Derek Butler Award, and the Attica Tradition Foundation Scholarship.
Maria has been the concertmaster for the Greek Youth Symphony Orchestra, a member of the Gustav Mahler Academy, a violinist with Sinfonia Cymru and since 2022 a member of the Lumbye Academy. She has had masterclasses with Ivry Gitlis, Daniel Stabrawa, Igor Gruppman and has performed in various halls such as the Royal Albert Hall London and the Konzerthaus Berlin.
María Emilía Garðarsdóttir, also known as Emma, started playing the violin using the Suzuki tradition from the age of three in Reykjavík in Tónskóli Sigursveins. She moved to Denmark in 2018 to study at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. She finished her Bachelors with Elisabeth Zeuthen Schneider, and she is currently enrolled in the Masters program with both Elisabeth, and Frederik Øland. Her professional and competitive experience include being a member of the Icelandic Opera Orchestra, winning a senior award in Nótan competition, and 3rd place in DKDM Azizian competition.
She plays in an Icelandic trio named Tríó Sól that focuses on expanding the horizons of chamber music lovers by playing music that is unknown or contemporary, with fresh creative twists in the performance. She is excited about playing with Copenhagen Phil and being a team player in the synchronized mountain of sound that constitutes an orchestra. The Lumbye Academy is a fantastic opportunity and she can hardly wait to see what she will experience and learn in the next years.
Born in 2000 in the middle of the Austrian Alps in Tirol I got in touch with music quite early, it started with listening and dancing to typical folk music from my hometown and ended up in an education in violin at the age of 7 followed by a pre-College at University Mozarteum Salzburg with Klara Flieder in 2011. I am currently doing my Bachelor at Mozarteum Salzburg with Prof. Lukas Hagen. Beside that I am a section leader of Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester where I already had the chance to work with Teodor Currentzis, Daniele Gatti, Jukka-Pekka Saraste and Herbert Blomstedt .
Winning the Academist position at Copenhagen Phil was an incredibly happy situation for me. Being a huge fan of Scandinavia, I look forward to Denmark as my first country to live abroad in! I love cooking (especially for others!), reading history books and visiting museums. I look forward to learning new repertoire with Copenhagen Phil, new inputs and the mock-auditions and to making new friends.
Raven Mischke is a Dutch violinist who started playing the violin when he was five years old. In 2013 he started his Bachelor studies with Johannes Leertouwer at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. In 2017 he started his Master studies with Gordan Nikolić at Codarts Rotterdam, and in 2018 with Peter Brunt and Ilya Grubert in Amsterdam. In 2021 he continued his studies at the University of Gothenburg with Øyvor Volle, enrolling in the Symphonic Orchestra Performance course. Since 2023 he is studying at the The Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen with Eszter Haffner.
Raven has had masterclasses with Pinchas Zukerman, Liviu Prunaru, Sophie Gent, Eliot Lawson, Trio Debussy, and the Zemlinksy Quartet.
Raven currently is a Lumbye academist with the Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra. He was a second violinist at the GöteborgsOperan Orkester between 2021 and 2023, and during this time also regularly played with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. He regularly plays with orchestras such as Wonderfeel Festival Orchestra, Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, and Sinfonia Rotterdam. He has performed under various conductors including Neeme Järvi, Leonid Grin, Santtu-Matias Rouvali, Kent Nagano, Daniele Gatti, Evan Rogister, Xián Zhāng, and Junichi Hirokami. Raven also was a member of various youth/student orchestras such as the Noord Hollands Jeugd Orkest, Utrechtsch Studenten Concert, VU-Orkest, Sweelinck Orkest, JED-Phil and Nationaal Jeugd Orkest.
Raven was the conductor for youth string orchestra Camerata Amstelveen between 2017 and 2019, and regularly acts as coach and assistant conductor for the Noord Hollands Jeugd Orkest. He currently plays a Boris Sverdlik violin built in 2013, after the 1714 “Soil” Stradivarius model, and a modern bow and baroque bow both built by Andreas Grütter. In his spare time he likes to train submission grappling, visit museums, read fantasy, and browse memes.
Fridolin Weigert began his first violin lessons with Ulrich Schliephake at the Leipzig Music School at the age of 6. In 2011, at 15, he joined the young talent promotion class under Prof. Friedemann Wezel at the Leipzig University of Music and Theater. In 2016, he started his bachelor’s degree with the same professor. In 2018, he continued his studies with Prof. Mi-kyung Lee at the Munich University of Music and Theater.
Fridolin received chamber music lessons from renowned musicians such as Frank Reinecke, Dirk Mommertz, Raphaël Merlin, and Silke Avehaus. Since 2022, he has been pursuing his master’s degree with Prof. Maria Egelhof at the Lübeck University of Music. Fridolin Weigert has also participated in master classes with Heime Müller, Elisabeth Kufferath, Sebastian Hamann, and Tobias Feldmann.
Fridolin is very excited to embark on his journey with the Academy. He looks forward to immersing himself in the rich culture and stunning beauty of Copenhagen while building strong bonds with his fellow Academists.
Dasha Auer is an Australian violist studying with Henrik Frendin at Malmö Musikhögskolan; prior to that she completed the 3-year scholarship-based Professional Performance Program at the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) with Caroline Henbest. Though she has performed solo at the Melbourne Recital Centre, Dasha’s real passion lies in chamber and orchestral music, appreciating the unique inner voice of the viola and its ability to blend with and complement other parts. Dasha is a substitute player with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and has participated in side-by-side projects with the Tasmanian, Melbourne and West Australian Symphony Orchestras and Australian Chamber Orchestra, the latter two under the direction of Simone Young and Richard Tognetti respectively. Last year while the ANAM orchestra was on tour with Sophie Rowell and Konstantin Shamray, she performed in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide. Outside of music, Dasha is a closet poet and night owl who likes travelling, nature and languages and always carries a pack of cards.
Elena Gómez Calvo started her studies in Málaga, Spain. She was later graduated in Musikene, País Vasco. Currently she’s studying her master’s degree at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus under the tutelage of Evdokia Ershova.
She has received lessons by Joaquín Riquelme, Michael Kugel, Paul Silverthorne and Jonathan Brown.
She’s extremely excited about this opportunity with Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra to keep learning and growing as a musician.
Aneta Stefańska is a Polish cellist born in Warsaw in 1996. She completed her first master’s degree in 2020 at the Frederick Chopin Music University in Warsaw, studying with Piotr Hausenplas and Mateusz Szmyt. Since 2021, Aneta has been studying with Alexander Gebert at the University of Music in Detmold, Germany. She formed the Ixora String Quartet, with which she gained a lot of new experience and accomplishments in the field of chamber music, including winning first prize at the Auryn Competition. In 2023, she began postgraduate studies (Konzertexamen) at the same university in Detmold with her friends from the Ixora String Quartet. Aneta has been a laureate of many solo and chamber music competitions. Her most recent achievements include winning the third prize at the Danczowski Cello Competition in Poland (2023) and the prestigious DAAD Preis scholarship in 2022.
Aneta also has significant orchestral experience. Her first major experience was joining the Sinfonia Varsovia Academy in 2019/20. In the same year, she joined the European Union Youth Orchestra. She was also a member of the National Forum of Music Academy (2020/21), the Mahler Chamber Orchestra Academy (2023), and interned at Landestheater Detmold (2021/22). She is excited to begin a new and thrilling adventure with the Lumbye Orchestra Academy in Copenhagen Philharmonic starting in September 2023.
In her free time, Aneta enjoys visiting art museums and engaging in outdoor sports. She loves making friends from around the world and learning about different cultures, foods, and approaches to art. Aneta also has a keen interest in social involvement and psychology. She completed her master’s degree in clinical psychology in 2022 in Warsaw, where she had the opportunity to participate in voluntary social care work.
Jordi Rodriguez Cayuelas
Kirstine Koch Futtrup
Marie Louise Broholt Jensen
Helene M-A Bordonaro og Martin Reinhardt
Lumbye Akademiet er støttet af Den Danske Forskningsfond og Det Obelske Familiefond.