La Chataigneraie's Ecolint Community Orchestra
Spring Concert Repertoire:
- In the Steppes of Central Asia by A. Borodin
- Adagio un poco mosso from the Piano concerto no. 5 Op. 73 by L.v. Beethoven
- Slavonic Dance No. 4 in F major, Op. 46 (Sousedská) by A. Dvorak
- Pavane in F-sharp minor, Op. 50, G. Fauré
- Slavonic Dance No. 8 in G minor (Furiant) Op. 46 by A. Dvorak
La Châtaigneraie Community Orchestra (LCCO), International School of Geneva is looking for new members to participate in its Spring Concert 2013. Open to the Geneva community, LCCO is a teaching orchestra composed of young students through adult musicians. No fees are required for orchestra membership. Each orchestra section is headed by professional musicians and teachers creating a high level of performance. Members may choose to participate in all or selected repertoire. Participation in LCCO can be counted as a CAS activity supporting students’ academic progress as well as their musical development. Rehearsals begin in April on Thursdays from 19h15-21h15.
Membership in the International School of Geneva, Community Orchestra, La Châtaigneraie is open to adult and student string, woodwinds and brass instrumentalists. Students must be registered by their private teacher. Learning of the Orchestra repertoire by Music School students will be supported in their private lesson time.
For further information please contact Mary Eileen MARIE:
L'CCO Conductor, Flavius Filip
Born in Romania, Flavius Filip began his musical studies at a young age. His talent was quickly demonstrated by winning First Place in the Concours National de Clarinette in Romania in 1997, 1998 and 1999. In 2000, Flavius was awarded Second Place in the Concours International de Musique, ‘Jeunesse Musicale’ in clarinet.
Flavius Filip continued his musical studies on a full scholarship, at the Conservatory of Music, Geneve, between 2001 and 2011. After receiving a certificate d’etudes supérieures de solfège and a certificate d’etudes supérieures d’harmonie, he received his diploma in choral conducting in the class of Michel Corboz and a diploma in orchestra conducting in the class of Laurent Gay.
Flavius Filip has conducted chorus in Romania, United States and Geneva. He is currently the Musical Director of l’Eglise Evangélique Internationale de Genève and the conductor of the Orchestre de Chambre de Carouge.