DUO GOSSNER-LLANOS CAMPOS
The Austrian clarinettist Johanna Gossner and the Chilean pianist Hugo Alonso Llanos Campos not only play their own arrangements and rarely played musical treasures, but also combine Latin American fire with Viennese sound culture and musical wit. In their special and diverse way of crossing musical borders, the young, dynamic duo has performed in Austria, Italy, Portugal and Sweden, among other countries, and has achieved numerous competition successes throughout Europe.
Johanna is originally from Kitzbühel, Austria and has had great achievements in her musical career.
She started taking lessons with Christian Egger and Max Bauer at the Innsbruck State Conservatory. Later in 2015 she studied with Alexander Neubauer at the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien.
Today he continues his studies with Gerald Pachinger at the University of Music and Arts Graz and is simultaneously completing a Master's degree in the Orchestral Program at the Royal College of Music Stockholm with Professor Andreas Sundén.
She has received master classes with Sabine Meyer, Reiner Wehle, Helmut Hödl, Reinhard Wieser, Wenzel Fuchs, Rupert Fankhauser, Johann Hindler, Andreas Sundén, Björn Nyman, Frederik Fors, among others.
She has participated in numerous orchestras such as the German start-up orchestra "ensemble reflector" and as a substitute in the Stageopera Baden, at the Vienna Concert Verein, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Concert Verein, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna State Opera
Orchestra, the Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Chamber music also has an important place in Johanna's musical life, where she has excelled in the "Trio Mosaik" with Diego and Hugo Llanos Campos, "Duo Minerva" with Damian Keller and in the clarinet quintet "NA+5" which have led her to obtain several international awards.
Hugo was born in Rancagua, Chile and began playing the piano at the age of seven and later completed piano studies with Victoria Foust at the Universidad Mayor Conservatory in Santiago de Chile. His enthusiasm for the music of Ludwig van Beethoven and his desire to immerse himself in European musical culture led him to Vienna in 2014, where he completed his master's degree in piano at the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien with Klaus Sticken.
Numerous awards have accompanied his career, and he has been a laureate of the "Claudio Arrau" Piano Competition in Quilpué (Chile), the music competitions in Osaka (Japan), "Delia Steinberg" in Madrid (Spain) and the Bechstein-Bruckner Piano Competition in Linz (Austria). Through performances at the Texas State International Piano Festival or the chamber music festival "Musica Mundi" in Belgium he attracted international attention. He has also collaborated with Bösendorfer Klavierfabrik on streaming concert projects.
Hugo Alonso gives special importance to chamber music. With cellist Nicole Peña Comas, he released the album "El Canto del cisne negro" in 2020 under the ARS Produktion Label, with recordings of works by Latin American composers. As a duo with clarinetist Johanna Gossner, he won several international competitions such as the European Music Competition Città di Moncalieri 2019. The "Trio Mosaik" with his brother Diego Patricio (Bassoon) and Johanna Gossner (Clarinet) was awarded 1st prize at the FIDELIO Music Competition 2018 in Vienna as well as the Audience Award.
His debut album "Un corazón al fin del Mundo" (2017) was the result of his own musical research with the aim of enriching today's concert repertoire with the musical heritage of Chile. Hugo's roots in both European tradition and Latin American repertoire have established him as a musical ambassador for his region and country.
June 26th, 2022
Chamber music Concert
Gesellschaft für Musiktheater, Vienna, Austria
August 9th, 2022
Chamber music Concert
Music Festival "Moz Art"
Arr: Duo Gossner-Llanos Campos
Carl Maria von Weber
Grand Duo Concertant op.48
III. Rondo: Allegro
III. Con Brio
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