Flute, Marimba and Wine Concert

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Experience the sound of rosewood and taste of rose wineWithin the framework of the open-air concert series at The Cyprus Wine Museum "Commandaria Orchestra and Friends" feature two remarkable young performers from Britain and Cyprus. Yuval Shalson (Flute) and Maria Kramvi (Marimba) will perform masterpieces from the rare repertoire of the rosewood instruments duet, flute and marimba.Can anyone find links between the fascinating sounds of rosewood instruments and rosé wine? Let’s give it a try on Wednesday, July 12th 2017 at The Cyprus Wine Museum in Erimi for a magical night under the moonlight.- Price 10 euro (a taste of the Cyprus Wine Museum Senses Rose Wine is included).- Concert Starts at 21:00- Cyprus Wine Museum



Yuval ShalsonYuval began playing the flute at the age of ten. She is currently studying towards her Master of Music (MMus Performance) degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), with flute professors Ruth Morley and Katherine Bryan, and piccolo professor Janet Richardson.A keen performer, Yuval was principal flutist in the London City Orchestra, one of London's leading amateur orchestras, for 3 years, performing at various prestigious venues and with many international soloists. She has performed in various competitions and master classes with renowned flutists from across the globe; such as Ian Clarke, Wissam Boustany, Michael Cox, Matthias Ziegler, Ruth Morley, Clare Southworth and Philippa Davies. So far, during her time at RCS she has performed in various concerts with the RCS Symphony Orchestra, RCS Wind Orchestra, RCS Chamber Orchestra and in many chamber concerts, in prestigious venues including the City Hall in Glasgow. Yuval completed her undergraduate degree, with First Class Honours at the City University, London. Throughout this time, and for two years prior, she studied flute with London based flute professor Wissam Boustany, who previously taught at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and at the Royal Northern College of Music.



Maria KramviThe percussionist Maria Kramvi is a graduate of the City University of London and holder of a master degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance - MA in Performance and Education. Her percussion studies include lessons and master classes by Louise Morgan, Mick Doran, Marney O'Sullivan, Gillian McDonagh and Randy Max.Maria did her first steps in orchestras with Cyprus Symphony Youth Orchestra at an early age and until today she has performed with various orchestras including the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, Greek Opera House, Bloomsbury Chamber Orchestra, City Symphonic Winds, Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra, London City Orchestra, Les Voix Nouvelles and others; at concerts in many countries including the UK, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Turkey, Slovakia and Czech Republic. Education has always been a passion for Maria, not only as a music teacher but as a researcher and creator of original materials as well. Her latest research findings are published at www.teach4mallets.com and mark the starting point of ongoing researches and publications. Maria works regularly with various companies, museums and theme parks in order to set and support their educational department. Maria is a dynamic and experienced workshop leader and World Voice trainer, accredited by the British Council. At the moment, she is mainly working on a freelance basis as educator and percussionist and she is employed by the Ministry of Education as percussion teacher in music schools. She is also the percussion coach of the Limassol Municipal Philharmonic and regular guest percussionist of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra.

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