Violin – Piano
Teguh Sukaryo (Piano)
Mathias Boegner (Violin)
Jl. Cikini Raya 73
Sonata c minor BWV 1017 – J.S. Bach
Ballade for violin solo – E. Ysaye
Fantasy Impromptu – F. Chopin
Three Romances – C. Schumann
Fantasy C major op. posth. 159 – F. Schubert
Biography of Mathias Boegner :
The Swiss/German violinist Mathias Boegner
studied in Munich, Vienna and Cincinnati, with the professors
Gerhart Hetzel, Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Dorothy DeLay
and Aida Stucki.
He was concertmaster of Stadtorchester Winterthur, Orchestre de la
Suisse Romande Geneva and Shanghai Broadcast Symphony.
He has been teaching at National University of the Arts Taiwan
Hochschule Zuerich and China Conservatory Beijing (both professor).
He appeared in Tokyo, Osaka, Paris, Havanna, New York (Carnegie),
and recently released recordings of Paganini’s and Ysaye’s
His cultural heritage started out with both violin and piano,
and at young age he performed as soloist on both.
Being raised with chamber music,he was nationwide youth prize winner for string quartet in Germany. Later he was awarded by the Flersheim Foundation Lucerne,
the Starling Foundation Cincinnati, the Concerto Competition
Cincinnati, the Jordan Academy of Music Award Amman.
Recently in Bangkok he received the Excellence Award at the Fine
Arts International Conference.
Biography of Teguh Sukaryo :
Indonesia’s leading pianist, recording artist and music educator, Teguh Sukaryo has performed in various parts of the globe, including in Europe, USA and Australia. Mission is to touch every heart in a gentle, caring way, as he continues to dream: “A world of harmony, abundant in peace, love and joy”. While working towards fulfilling this mission through music, critics and musicians continue to give favorable testimony:
“Master pianist. Teguh Sukaryo gave phenomenal recital. He showed fabulous technique and sensibility, with temperament and visible passion.” Airplay Radio en IJssellandTV, Netherlands
”Personality and Wonderful imagination” Byron Janis, legendary pianist
“Now captivating..now hypnotizing” Kompas, Indonesia
“Climactic craze. Electrifying and full of spirit” Koran Tempo
“An Enchanting piano playing which travels through time and space…striking and very memorable” Arts Indonesia
“Marvelous,…a gem,..an example of grand. Teguh has the fantasia and technique to reach to the Absolute Top” NoordHollands Dagblad
“World top 15” Bali Post
“A Star. World class pianist.” Suara Merdeka
“World Master Pianist, Perfect Presentation of Combined Harmony and Emotion. Anesthetized music lovers. The sound he produced was a reminiscence of beautiful symphony.” Kaltim Post
Teguh Sukaryo has studied with Jon Kimura Parker, Peter Takacs, Michael Gurt, and Carmel Lutton, and has been coached by Byron Janis and Einar-Steen Nokleberg. His conducting teachers included Paul Polivnick, Anton Krager, and Frank Wickes. A dedicated teacher himself, Sukaryo was a Joseph and Ida Kirkland Mullen Fellow and served as a faculty member at Rice University Preparatory Program. Teguh is a devoted teacher with twenty years of experience (began teaching at the age of fifteen). Teaching has always been an important part of his life. While continuing giving workshops and masterclasses for advanced students, Teguh also finds it necessary to fight his way back to nurturing younger students through highest quality of music education, as he believes good music foundation is of prime importance.
Teguh Sukaryo graduated with a BMus degree in Piano Performance from Newcastle Conservatorium of Music, NSW, Australia, in 1998 where he always received the coveted High Distinction for his recitals. In 2005, Teguh won the Beethoven Prize in the Grieg International Competition for Pianists, held in Oslo, Norway. Teguh received many awards and full scholarships to further study in USA at such prestigious schools as Oberlin Conservatory, where he graduated with the Artist Diploma (2001); Rice University/Shepherd School of Music, Master of Music (2003); and Louisiana State University, where he studied for his Doctorate course (2003-2004).
His discography includes “Teguh Sukaryo – Brahms, Mompou and Mussorgsky”, “Scenes of Childhood”, Burgmuller Op. 100, and Burgmuller Op. 109. Next year, he is scheduled to release five new piano solo albums.
Teguh was born and grew up in Purwokerto, Central Java. He loves Indonesia – the culture and the people. He also loves nature and arts, and enjoys making friends from all walks of life. His coming cd’s will include “Asia” (featuring classical music of asian influence/origin), “Teguh Sukaryo plays Mompou”, and several cds for educational purposes.
Limited seats! Ticket Price: Rp. 100.000,-. Ticket can be purchased via:
1. Ms. Alicia Kurniasari.
Email : email@example.com
Method no.1 is preferred to avoid any disappointment, such as in sold-out situation.
2. Taman Ismail Marzuki Ticket Box Office prior to the concert.
Taman Ismail Marzuki
Jl. Cikini Raya 73,