A trip through some themes of the classical music. A flute and a clarinet will bring you in a travel with pieces from Muczynski, Koechlin and some Spanish Pasodobles.
Come and enjoy the interaction that two Woodwind instruments can have.Sergio Sanchez MartinBorn in 1993, Sergio Sánchez Martín studies clarinet in Salamanca with Carmen Domínguez at the Salamanca Conservatory, finishing it with an honours diploma. Later on, he continues his studies in the same city with Carmelo Molina (Castilla y León Orchestra), obtaining the maximum qualifications. At the same time, he takes lessons with Vicente Alberola (Opera Orchestra of Madrid).He does an Erasmus exchange in Maastricht, with Roeland Hendrikx (National Orchestra of Belgium). Nowadays, he studies his second year master’s degree in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, where he studies clarinet and E-flat clarinet with Arno Piters (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra). He also receives bass clarinet lessons from Erik van Deuren and period clarinet lessons with Frank van de Brink (Radio Filharmonisch Orkest and Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique). Sergio was a member of the Youth Symphonic Wind Band of Castilla y León, Youth Orchestra of León, International Regions Orchestra (Germany) and Neue Philharmonie München. Also, he carries and intense concerts and chamber music activity both in the Netherlands and Spain, which led him to play in concert halls like the Concertgebouw and the Muziekgebouw of Amsterdam.
Marta Gonçalves Vilaça, born in 1999 in Portugal is a classical flutist also studying in Conservatorium Van Amsterdam. She started playing the flute with 7 years old and after doing the high school in Porto, decided to come to the Netherlands to study with Marieke Schneemann. She won some prizes in Portugal that allowed her to play in some big halls like Casa da Musica in Porto, work with composers like David Maslanka and conductors like Douglas Bostok, Jean-Marc Burfin and Ed Spanjaard.